Quarterbacks Off-season Analysis

The Leinart-Warner duo can make a fan's head spin, but the Cardinals locked down Leinart for the starting role in 2008. Arizona's bold message is cushioned by a 10-year veteran quarterback whose arm still sits in the top-third of the league.
January 3, 2008

Whisenhunt Wants More From Cards

In his post-game speech last Sunday, coach Ken Whisenhunt emphasized to his players the need to finish strong in the final two games. He didn't say that because he thinks an 8-8 record is something about which to brag, but because he wants to enter the off-season on a positive note.
December 19, 2007

Jon Gruden: Orbiting in Reverse

Four seasons ago, he stood at the precipice of football immortality, the final engineer of the decade-long makeover that ended with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers winning Super Bowl XXXVII in a 48-21 rout over his former team, the Oakland Raiders. Four seasons ago. Jon Gruden was The Man.
December 28, 2006

Behind Enemy Lines: Alstott's Last Stand?

Mike Alstott likely is playing his last game Sunday against Seattle. The 11-year veteran does not have a contract for next season and acknowledged that it could be the A-Train's last stop. "You don't know. I don't know right now," Alstott said after practice Wednesday, his helmet pushed back on his head. "I don't. I don't know what my future is.
December 28, 2006

First Look: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers

At least the A-Train finally got out of the station. Fullback Mike Alstott had 22 carries for 56 yards Sunday in the Bucs' 22-7 win at Cleveland, his most attempts since the Super Bowl season of 2002.
December 26, 2006