Cardinals Missing Drive in Preseason

If the third preseason game is a test of a team's readiness for the season open, the Cardinals failed it miserably Aug. 28 against Green Bay. The Packers' starters dominated the Cardinals' starters in every way and departed the game at halftime with a 38-10 lead. What is most troublesome for the Cardinals is they appeared disinterested in playing.
September 1, 2009

Bill Davis Unveils Defensive Schemes

One of the biggest questions for the Cardinals entering this season is whether they can produce a consistent pass rush. They lack an elite rusher on the roster or any guy who could be penciled in for double-digit sacks. If two preseason games mean anything, the Cardinals are going to attempt to get a pass rush from multiple sources using a variety of blitzes.
August 24, 2009

Behind Enemy Lines: Chargers vs.Cardinals, II

The Arizona Cardinals and San Diego Chargers both look to redeem themselves after a loss a piece in the preseason opener. Both teams want a win at University of Phoenix Stadium on Saturday, but Ken Whisenhunt and Norv Turner bring more than one agenda to the field. SDBoltReport.com's Michael Lombardo continues to set the scene, as he pitches five questions to AZRedReport.com's Amberly Dressler.
August 22, 2009

Monday's Camp Offers Unusual Struggles for AZ

Monday's training camp saw some players struggle, while others remained consistent in their abilities. Will the Cardinals be ready in time for Thursday's preseason matchup? Jonas Raynsford dishes up all the details.
August 11, 2009

Training Camp: Lance Long Feeling the Love

The Arizona Cardinals training camp on Tuesday was in full force, with full contact plays and full support of fans watching their gridiron heroes. Some players improved on many levels and others faltered. WR Lance Long, among others, found themselves on the upside. Long put on a show last year at camp as well, which landed him a spot on the practice squad. What will happen this year?
August 4, 2009

Training Camp Gallery: Cardinals Go to Work

The Arizona Cardinals brushed off the chip on their shoulder last year when the league doubted, but now they will battle the Super Bowl curse. AZRedReport.com's Stas Yamnitskiy captures photos of the Cardinals getting work done and tackling one more obstacle.
August 4, 2009

Cardinals Positional Analysis: Wide Receiver

The Arizona Cardinals have one of the best passing attacks in the league, if not the best. Led by three 1,000-yard receivers, the Cardinals receiving corps makes Kurt Warner's job much easier. After a stellar 2008 season, the group is looking to build upon last year's success. Will anything get in its way?
July 29, 2009

Cards' 2009 Tasks: Improve Special Teams

After focusing on how the Arizona Cardinals can improve on offense and defense, Brad Wilbricht takes a look at special teams. The Cardinals' return game was less than spectacular last year and their kick coverage was among the worst in the NFL. With the 2009 season rapidly approaching, special teams is an area Arizona must improve in order to build on its success from a year ago.
July 27, 2009