Arizona Cardinals Trap Bears at Soldier Field

The Arizona Cardinals proved their road prowess once again, taking home a 41-21 souvenir from Chicago. The Cardinals cashed in on a poor defensive showing by the Bears and looked in the clear by halftime, up 31-7. While the Bears woke up in the fourth quarter to give the Cardinals their first battle of the afternoon, their efforts were a day late and a buck short.
November 8, 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

Breaking Down the Cards' Rookie Free Agents

While most of the attention has been focused on the Arizona Cardinals' draft selections, acquiring talented undrafted free agents is almost nearly as important. The Cardinals have done well in recent years bringing in players who weren't drafted and this year looks to be no different. Brad Wilbricht predicts which rookie free agents can make the biggest impact in Arizona.
May 4, 2009

Glad to be Back

Penn State senior Tony Davis says he is much more comfortable now that he's playing cornerback again.
August 28, 2008

Calling Card: CB Tony Davis

With a shift back to corner, Tony Davis talks about the move from safety, his own health, filling the void of Sean Lee and Justin King, A.J. Wallace's health and more on Tuesday's teleconference call.
April 15, 2008

Nittany Lions Scoop Up an Outback Win

Davis touchdown return is key as Penn State beats the Volunteers 20-10 on New Year's Day. Penn State improved to 9-4 on the season with the victory, sending its seniors out on a high note.
January 1, 2007

Big 33 Video Highlights

Check out the following video highlights taken during last month's Big 33 Football Classic in Hershey, PA. The four and a half minutes of video features the Penn State contingent of Dontey Brown, Gerald Cadogan, Tony Davis, Dan Lawlor, Anthony Morelli, Tyrell Sales and A.Q. Shipley.
August 22, 2004

Video of PSU-Bound Athlete

<b>Tony Davis</b> led Howland to its' 1st MAC Title. He ran for 1,818 yards, 17 TDs and made 8 catches for 221 yards and 3 TDs, earning him AP Co-Offensive Player of the Year (Div II) and Trumbull County Player of the Year honors. He added 38 tackles and 3 ints (14 career). Check out the following 4 minutes of highlight video from Tony's senior season.
March 30, 2004