Cardinals: Still More Questions Than Answers

Quarterback Matt Leinart has been in the NFL for four years, but many people, including some teammates, aren't sure how he'll fare as a starter. Leinart has played behind Kurt Warner the past two years, and his playing time was minimal. When he did play in 2009, he struggled. Leinart long has been a polarizing figure for fans, who seem to either love or hate him.
February 12, 2010

Fullback Among Cardinals 2010 Draft Plans?

Draft prospect Rashawn Jackson is a punishing fullback, and is athletic enough to be a factor running and catching the ball as well. The former University of Virginia standout figures to be a mid-round pick in this year's draft. AZRedReport.com confirmed Jackson interviewed with the Cardinals at the Senior Bowl. So would Jackson be a good fit in Arizona? Andy Bishop tackles the question.
February 6, 2010

Cardinals, Whisenhunt Focus On Big Picture

In three years as head coach, Ken Whisenhunt has proven to have a good feel for the mood of his team. He's been a disciplinarian when he's needed to be, such as last season when he put the team through padded practices at Christmas time. And he's backed off at the right time, such as this season when he gave his team an extra day off over the holidays...
January 4, 2010

Cardinals Uncage Secondary to Topple Giants

The Arizona Cardinals knocked off the New York Giants 24-17 at Giants Stadium on Sunday night and handed Eli Manning his first loss at home this season. The Cardinals improve to 4-2, while the Giants move to 5-2 with their second-straight loss. More importantly, the Cardinals took away the Giants swagger and added a big-time morale booster for themselves.
October 25, 2009

Cardinals Take First Step to Success

Last season, the Cardinals were one of the rare teams that could play awful, then flip a switch and be impressive the next week. Well, it's 2009 and the Cardinals hope they can find the switch again. They went 0-4 in the preseason and looked awful in the last two games against the Packers and Broncos.
September 10, 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 Set Goals for Training Camp

Goal No. 1 is to handle prosperity with professionalism: The Cardinals are coming off their first Super Bowl appearance and their first post-season action since 1998. They obviously are more accustomed to coping with the aftermath of failure rather than success. It's important the players realize they haven't arrived, and it's a theme coach Ken Whisenhunt has emphasized throughout the offseason.
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