Cardinals' Turbulent Offseason Continues

Cardinal fans breathed a sigh of relief on Wednesday as recent free-agent addition Joey Porter was cleared by the California Highway Patrol. Porter was facing DUI charges but those charges have since been dropped. There's still an outside chance Porter could face disciplinary action from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell but as of now Porter should be available for the entire 2010 campaign.
April 1, 2010

Cardinals Learning to Deal with Success

Once a perennial loser and laughing stock of the NFL, the Arizona Cardinals have recently reversed those fortunes. Arizona has enjoyed two consecutive winning seasons and playoff berths but is now experiencing the ramifications of its recent success. Several now former Cardinals have cashed in on lucrative contracts with new teams leaving Arizona searching for answers at multiple positions.
March 10, 2010

Joey Porter Plans to Visit Arizona

While the Arizona Cardinals have lost several marquee players in free agency, the team has been actively pursuing capable replacements. Former Miami Dolphins linebacker Joey Porter is the latest name that will be visiting the desert, a logical development given his ties to coach Ken Whisenhunt. Brad Wilbricht breaks down how Porter would fit in Arizona and the chances of a deal being finalized.
March 8, 2010

Jim Leonhard Plays Like A Jet

In this exclusive interview with's Ed Thompson, New York Jets safety Jim Leonhard talks about last week's win, this week's big game against the Patriots, the important role he played during the offseason, why his head coach, Rex Ryan, will make the Jets a success--and much more.
September 17, 2009

Stats Pack: Around the AFC

Ed Thompson points out the AFC stats you won't easily find elsewhere -- like how Fred Taylor is proving to be the toughest AFC back to tackle, which running back has almost twice as many 100-yard games than any other AFC back, why Phil Dawson has been key to Cleveland's playoff positioning and more.
December 14, 2007

Jets Face A More Lethal Patriots Offense

Round three for the Jets and Patriots takes place this Sunday at Gillette Stadium but this time there's a lot more riding on the outcome. New England held off New York 24-17 in Week 2. ...
January 6, 2007

Behind Enemy Lines: Jets Part I

The New York Jets hope to bounce back from a heartbreaking loss in Cleveland when they play the New England Patriots this Sunday. Jets Confidential insider Dan Leberfeld answers some key questions about the team, what he expects to see on Sunday, and how things have gone so far for the AFC East rival Jets under new head coach Eric Mangini.
November 11, 2006