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

Cardinals Head "Down the Hill"

As they took the field on their final day of camp, fans, media and players alike cheered for the Cardinals. With Flagstaff losing its four weeks of fame, many came out to see the Cardinals' last show. The team appeared to be happy to head home as they took the field yelling, "down the hill!" when they gathered for the huddle. Kate Hinojosa recaps some of the uphill battles of camp.
August 21, 2008

Coach's Perspective: Carlton Medder

Dusty Wittig sits down with University of Florida's offensive line coach John Hevesy in the next segment of our coach's perspective series. Hevesy breaks down Carlton Medder's work ethic and leadership ability, as well as his favorite memories of the offensive lineman. Get to know how Medder became NFL ready in this exclusive.
August 2, 2008

Insider Exclusive: Q&A with Carlton Medder's Dusty Wittig continues his interview with Cardinals rookie offensive guard Carlton Medder, this time for Insiders only. The Florida product talks about the challenges of blocking for Matt Leinart, his personal favorite highlight reel, which 2008 game he's looking forward to and more in this exclusive Q&A.
May 20, 2008

Exclusive Q&A: Rookie OG Carlton Medder is keeping Dusty Wittig busy as he makes his way through one-on-one interviews with the Cardinals newest members. Next up is Carlton Medder, who tells Wittig all about his road to success, how he is hitting it off with offensive line coach Russ Grimm, his favorite memory of the BCS National Championship and much more in this Q&A.
May 20, 2008

VIDEO: One on one with OL Carlton Medder

When starting offensive guard Ronnie Wilson went down with an injury late in the pre-season, there was some worry about the offensive line. Although not dominant, a pleasant surprise emerged in junior tackle Carlton Medder that allowed the Gators to perform at a pretty good level up front. Medder performed admirably and enough for the Gator coaching staff to not have to jockey the line around.
December 17, 2006

Medder Likes What He Sees In The Mirror

The work in progress for a work in progress offensive line was by his own admission a slacker a couple of years ago. Carlton Medder was 349 pounds, going nowhere and needing some direction in his life when Florida changed coaches. Urban Meyer, not one to tolerate slackers, was willing to give everybody a fresh start on life and football and Medder thought what the heck, why not try it their way?
September 4, 2006