The Arizona Cardinals feature 13 players with eight-plus years of experience in the NFL. Some of these salty vets head into camp with a starting role secured, while others will have to outplay athletes more than 10 years their junior. Who will take the young players to school and who will get schooled? AZRedReport.com dishes out a veteran rundown.
July 30, 2010
For the Arizona Cardinals new crop of rookies, the intimidation factor of NFL training camp is here. If it isn't, they are doing something wrong. In just a week, rookies — draft picks 1-7 and those without a round attached to their name — will arrive in Flagstaff, Ariz. And, unlike Week 1 when all 32 teams are 0-0, players show up to training camp with a record. Whose will improve?
July 23, 2010
With all he has been through, battling back from serious injury, few Cardinal players would relish a successful season and bowl game more than one of its quiet, but clear team leaders, fifth-year senior TE Jim Dray. There is a sense of intense focus on the job at hand as Dray gets ready to help the reloaded Cardinal offense make life frustrating and miserable for opponents during the 2009 season.
August 16, 2009
Injuries always take some of the fun out of spring practice, but this year's list of walking and non-walking wounded is a little disturbing. But fear not, many of the missing are making progress in their respective recoveries and should be joining the team sooner than later. Read on for player-by-player details on the various missing pieces of the 2008 Cardinal's still-to-be-assembled puzzle.
February 26, 2008
The "winds" may have changed, but The Bootleg.com continues to "blow you away" with its unbridled enthusiasm, covering Stanford Football in a maniacal manner unknown to mankind. Our very own home-grown Daniel Novinson was livin' large in the press box last Saturday and has taken over this feature and provided a detailed game-blog for the reading enjoyment of the BootNation™.
September 4, 2007