Titans agree to deal with Aaron Francisco

The Tennessee Titans have struck a one-year deal with veteran safety Aaron Francisco. Francisco is a six-year player who has recorded 131 tackles and four interceptions. The 6-foot-2, 207-pounder has previous stints with the Arizona Cardinals and the Indianapolis Colts. With the Cardinals, he played in Super Bowl XLIII and was a two-time special-teams captain.
July 19, 2012

PI's Preseason Blog: Aug. 28

The Carolina Panthers will engage in their most complete preseason tune-up when they host the Tennessee Titans on Saturday. The starters will play into the second half, but it is a non-starter who is under the most pressure to deliver.
August 27, 2010

Ax Falls on 21 Arizona Cardinals Players

The Arizona Cardinals is now armed with their 53-man roster. The team has released 21 players in order to reach the roster limit that was due by Saturday at 3 p.m.
September 4, 2009

Cut Day Looming for Arizona Cardinals

With three preseason games in the books, the Arizona Cardinals prepare for their final regular season tune-up against the Denver Broncos. The Cardinals have struggled to a 0-3 record but will attempt to salvage a win in Denver. The even bigger storyline heading into Thursday's matchup with the Broncos entails which players will remain in Arizona and who'll be cut. Brad Wilbricht explains.
September 3, 2009

Arizona Cardinals Unit-By-Unit Analysis

With training camp approaching quickly, Scout.com dishes out up-to-date information about each of the Cardinals positions. Will Brian St. Pierre pounce on the No. 2 quarterback role? Will Beanie Wells take over at running back? What will happen to the cursed tight end position?
July 17, 2009

Cardinals Training Camp Preview: Defense

The Cardinals defense stands as the area most in need of improvement for the coming season. Coach Ken Whisenhunt will have his hands full adjusting to a new defensive coordinator and the lingering sting from a Super Bowl defeat. Each position is loaded with potential, but it will be up to the new defensive coordinator, Bill Davis, to draw that hidden talent out. Tyson Qualls explains.
July 8, 2009

Secondary Comes Full Circle: Ranking the DB's

The Cardinals secondary once had more in common with today's tight end unit than it would like to think. The secondary was plagued with injuries and poor performances, much like the tight ends of today. Headed into the 2009 season, and fresh off a Super Bowl run, Arizona's secondary is shaping up to be the unit to beat. AZRedReport.com ranks the DB's who could bring Arizona back to Super Sunday.
June 24, 2009