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Fact or Fiction? The Arizona Cardinals will make the playoffs in 2018

Saturday, July 14th, 2018

Last year, the 2017 Arizona Cardinals fell well short of expectations, finishing with an 8-8 record and a roster riddled with injuries. However, they did it all without cohesion on the defensive side under James Bettcher or a solid starting quarterback in Carson Palmer for half the season, and without David Johnson for all of it. Will the offseason additions the team has made be enough to make some noise in the NFC? Or is this a team that’s going to have some growing pains? Let’s look at five reasons why Arizona in the playoffs is FACT, and five reason it’s nothing more than FICTION: Fact: The Cardinals defense will be improved under Steve Wilks Last year the Arizona Cardinals had a strong close

Police correct Steve Keim report, release video showing Cardinals GM didn’t lie about identity during DUI arrest

Wednesday, July 11th, 2018

Video footage released by the Chandler, Arizona police contradicts a police report that stated that Cardinals GM Steve Keim lied about his identity during a DUI stop. Police in Chandler, Arizona, released video on Wednesday and corrected an erroneous police report that stated that Arizona Cardinals general manager Steve Keim lied about his identity during a July 4 DUI arrest. The original police report stated that Keim told a police officer that he was the Cardinals’ director of security.

Police say Keim didn’t mis-ID himself before DUI arrest

Wednesday, July 11th, 2018

Arizona Cardinals general manager Steve Keim did not identify himself to police as the team's security director during a traffic stop that ended with his arrest on suspicion of DUI early on the morning of July 4, the Chandler (Ariz.) Police Department said Wednesday. A police spokesman said the arresting officer who spoke with Keim that night misunderstood him, as body-cam footage determined Keim said a person named Sean Mackenzie was the team's director of security. The Cardinals don't employ a Sean Mackenzie, but Shawn Kinsey is the team's vice president of security.

Police: Steve Keim didn’t misidentify himself at time of DUI arrest

Wednesday, July 11th, 2018

Cardinals General Manager Steve Keim’s DUI arrest can’t be undone, but one note from the police report that went public on Tuesday will be corrected. In the initial report filed by the Chandler, Arizona Police Department, an officer indicated that Keim said he was the director of security for the Cardinals and that he worked with a police officer named Sean McKenzie. The report included a note that the only Sean McKenzie known to the officer died in 2014 and that he believed Keim was referencing that man.

Police: Cardinals GM Steve Keim lied during DUI arrest, had prior conviction

Tuesday, July 10th, 2018

Police charged Arizona Cardinals general manager Steve Keim with driving under the influence on July 4 after a stop near his home in Chandler, Arizona. Police released a record of the incident Tuesday that states Keim lied to the arresting officer about his identity during the stop. Keim reportedly told the officer he was the team’s director of security.

Cardinals GM Keim said he was security director before arrest

Tuesday, July 10th, 2018

Arizona Cardinals general manager Steve Keim identified himself to police as the team's security director during a traffic stop that ended with his arrest on suspicion of DUI early on the morning of July 4, according to the police report. According to the report, Keim was pulled over by an officer who had followed his pickup truck for nine minutes after seeing it driving fast at 12:12 a.m. on Wednesday. The officer noticed Keim's car drifting out of its lane multiple times, including near another car, and making a wide turn before pulling Keim over.

Yankees GM Brian Cashman, Cardinals president Michael Bidwill endorse Trump SCOTUS pick Brett Kavanaugh

Monday, July 9th, 2018

Yankees general manager Brian Cashman and Arizona Cardinals president Michael Bidwill signed a letter to Congress endorsing Donald Trump SCOTUS pick Brett Kavanaugh. President Donald Trump announced his selection to fill the Supreme Court vacancy left by outgoing Justice Anthony Kennedy Monday as conservative Washington D.C. insider Brett Kavanaugh.

NFL’s Cardinals confirm executive cited for DUI

Saturday, July 7th, 2018

Arizona Cardinals general manager Steve Keim was cited for driving under the influence over the July 4 holiday, the NFL team confirmed on Saturday. "We are aware of the incident on Wednesday involving Steve Keim," the team said in a statement. "Steve immediately alerted the team who in turn reported it to the NFL as required under the league's Personal Conduct Policy," the statement continued.

Cardinals GM Keim cited for DUI on July 4

Saturday, July 7th, 2018

General manager Steve Keim was cited for driving under the influence on July 4, the Arizona Cardinals revealed on Saturday. Keim, the Cardinals GM since 2013, was cited at a traffic stop in Chandler, Ariz., and released the same night, according to KTAR News 92.3 FM. The Cardinals released statements from Keim and the team on Saturday morning.

Josh Rosen: Sam Bradford “helping me out a ton”

Sunday, June 24th, 2018

Word from Arizona at the end of the team’s offseason program was that rookie Josh Rosen has done well, but that Sam Bradford remains the likely choice to start at quarterback for the Cardinals come September. Trying to keep that spot on the depth chart hasn’t gotten in the way of Bradford aiding Rosen’s transition to the professional level, however. Bradford told Rosen after the draft that he would be an “open book” for the first-round pick and Rosen said Bradford’s been true to his word.