Exclusive Q&A with Oregon's Max Unger

With the 31st pick in the draft, the Cardinals have the rare opportunity to sit back and relax as players drop off the board. One player the Cardinals hope will still be available is Oregon center Max Unger. Unger (6'5", 309 pounds) is one of the largest and most versatile centers in the draft. AZRedReport.com's Jason Harris caught up with him for an exclusive Q&A.
March 5, 2009

Behind Enemy Lines Part II: AZ @ WAS

The Cardinals have said that they are cautious about over-confidence in Week 3, but they are off to a 2-0 start. The Cardinals head to Washington where they could get their first real test of the season. WarPathInsider.com's John Keim has five questions for Amberly Richardson about the Week 3 contest that can set the tone for the rest of 08'.
September 19, 2008

Behind Enemy Lines: Miami/Arizona, Part II

There is a buzz surrounding the Arizona Cardinals and many question whether it's all hype or if there is some truth to what the Cardinals' are selling. Offensively, the more things change the more they stay the same. Kurt Warner is still starting and Edgerrin James is still producing. Amberly Richardson answers DolphinsDigest.com's Alain Poupart's questions about the Cardinals' offense.
September 12, 2008

Cardinals Cautious About Confidence

It's odd to think the Cardinals have to guard against over-confidence. After all, they're only 0-1, and that victory came against the 49ers, who are expected to struggle this year. But soon after the game, the Cardinals talked about the need to handle prosperity, however meager, with some maturity. They need only to look at their history to discover why.
September 11, 2008

Cardinals Open Up Season, Sendlein Starts

The big guys up front don't always get the recognition they deserve. If they do their job right, then the O-lineman are rarely talked about, but if they miss a block or make an error that draws a penalty, the fingers are quick to point at them. Amberly Richardson catches up with Lyle Sendlein to talk about his starting role. Here's a look at how he and the line shaped up in Arizona's 23-13 win.
September 8, 2008

Cardinals Searching For 50-50

With Kurt Warner as quarterback, the Cardinals coaching staff is going to be faced with a difficult decision almost weekly. They want to build a power running game that they can rely upon to wear opponents down and consume clock late in games. Yet, Warner is at his best when the offense is wide open and he's operating in rhythm.
September 8, 2008