Cardinals Look for Leinart's Competition

It appears coach Ken Whisenhunt isn't going to hand the starting quarterback's job to Matt Leinart. Instead, Whisenhunt is looking for an experienced quarterback who can push Leinart and be a productive starter if Leinart falters or is injured.
March 12, 2010

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

Rookie Johnson Will Get His Shot

Safety Matt Ware is out for the season after suffering a sprained right knee Monday night in San Francisco. This seemingly spells trouble for a Cardinals' defense that is already susceptible to the pass. Ware's replacement, rookie Rashad Johnson, will certainly feel the pressure in the coming weeks.
December 19, 2009

Cardinals Place Player on IR and Sign Another

The Arizona Cardinals had a busy Wednesday. They placed one player on injured reserve and signed a free agent. Adam Caplan has the details.
December 16, 2009

Whisenhunt Cool as Cucumber After Loss

Ken Whisenhunt does a good job of shrugging off the importance of Monday Night's game. But failing to clinch the division in front of one of football's biggest crowds has to bother him more than he lets on...
December 16, 2009

Cardinals' Offense Climbs Up the Ranks

The Cardinals are ranked 11th in the NFL in offense, but there is plenty of room for growth over the second half of the season. The passing game already is dangerous, and the elements of that threat have been together for some time. What's been lacking is a consistent rushing attack, and the club is showing signs of being on the verge of developing that, too.
November 19, 2009