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

Warner Addresses Retirement Talk

Talk continues about Kurt Warner's retirement plans. But at this point, it's all speculation. While those talks won't end anytime soon, Warner and his team are focused on the prize at hand. Warner did address the topic though.
January 11, 2010

Arizona Cardinals: No Better Time for a Bye

The Cardinals (1-2) would prefer to have their off-week closer to midseason, but there is a positive side to having the bye this week. Quarterback Kurt Warner has been dealing with a sore shoulder since suffering a stinger in the first game of the season. Warner has been able to play effectively despite the pain, but a week off should do wonders for his strength.
September 28, 2009

Game Plan: Arizona Cardinals at Jaguars

The Cardinals need to get their offense clicking on all cylinders to prevent going 0-2. Here is the game plan, injury impact and matchups to watch.
September 17, 2009

Cardinals Positional Analysis: Secondary

The Cardinals secondary was mediocre for most of last season, but drastically improved to propel the team to the Super Bowl. Adrian Wilson leads a unit that is hoping for more consistency and bigger plays this year. Second-year year corner Dominique Cromartie is looking to have a breakout campaign in 2009. Andy Bishop evaluates the secondary.
September 9, 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

Cardinals Missing Drive in Preseason

If the third preseason game is a test of a team's readiness for the season open, the Cardinals failed it miserably Aug. 28 against Green Bay. The Packers' starters dominated the Cardinals' starters in every way and departed the game at halftime with a 38-10 lead. What is most troublesome for the Cardinals is they appeared disinterested in playing.
September 1, 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