The Arizona Cardinals have nabbed plenty of veteran talent over the years, many of whom saw their final playing days in the desert. Will this new crop of veterans meet their NFL maker or is their best football still to come? What will each of their impact be on the younger Cardinals? Amberly Dressler explains.
June 2, 2010
It was an up and down season for the Cardinals' defense in 2009, and it ended in ugly fashion when the team gave up 45 points in consecutive playoff games. To make matters worse, the front seven took a big hit with the departure of Karlos Dansby. The front office has worked to add a few pieces to this unit, but there are still several needs at various positions. Andy Bishop explains.
April 5, 2010
After signing a three-year, $17.5 million contract earlier this month Joey Porter may have already worn out his welcome in Arizona. Since arriving in the desert, head coach Ken Whisenhunt has installed a no-nonsense, winning attitude and Porter's recent actions will not be tolerated by the Cardinals' brass. Brad Wilbricht dissects how Porter's off-field issues will affect his tenure in Arizona.
March 29, 2010
After 12 years in the league, Bertrand Berry called it quits this week. The former Cardinal played some of his best football in red, was a locker room and fan favorite and could always be counted on when the chips were down. His retirement sheds light on a now, iffy defensive front seven.
January 23, 2010