Ax Falls on 21 Arizona Cardinals Players

The Arizona Cardinals is now armed with their 53-man roster. The team has released 21 players in order to reach the roster limit that was due by Saturday at 3 p.m.
September 4, 2009

Arizona Cardinals Unit-By-Unit Analysis

The Arizona Cardinals face their last preseason test on Thursday against the Denver Broncos. Here are how the preseason battles are shaping up.
September 3, 2009

Notebook: Chargers Disrupt Cardinals' Nest

The San Diego Chargers defense kept the reigning NFC champions, the Arizona Cardinals, to a pair of field goals, while San Diego's quarterbacks led the Chargers to 17 straight points on Saturday at University of Phoenix Stadium. The Cardinals failed to "protect the nest," falling 17-6, but both teams kept the game's storylines alive.
August 23, 2009

Training Camp Gallery: Cardinals Go to Work

The Arizona Cardinals brushed off the chip on their shoulder last year when the league doubted, but now they will battle the Super Bowl curse. AZRedReport.com's Stas Yamnitskiy captures photos of the Cardinals getting work done and tackling one more obstacle.
August 4, 2009

Arizona Cardinals Unit-By-Unit Analysis

With training camp approaching quickly, Scout.com dishes out up-to-date information about each of the Cardinals positions. Will Brian St. Pierre pounce on the No. 2 quarterback role? Will Beanie Wells take over at running back? What will happen to the cursed tight end position?
July 17, 2009

Cardinals Positional Analysis: Fullbacks

Fullbacks playing in the Arizona Cardinals' offense don't get much attention. It is an underutilized position and partially to blame for the Cardinals' running woes. Arizona has added a couple veterans and kept Tim Castille in hopes of upgrading the rushing attack. Andy Bishop examines the Cardinals options.
June 26, 2009

Contracts, Rookies and Surgeries in Headlines

The Cardinals had the luxury last year of being able to bring their draft class along slowly. The roster was deep enough that the rookies didn't have to start right away. That allowed the Cardinals to limit players such as cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, the first-round pick, who could work on his game in practice and in a reserve role.
May 15, 2009

Cardinals Content with Startng O-Line?

The Cardinals are not expected to take any major steps this off-season to upgrade their offensive line. Coach Ken Whisenhunt and Russ Grimm, assistant head coach and offensive line assistant, are content with the starting unit.
March 27, 2009