Archive for the ‘Arizona Cardinals’ Category

LA delay: Super Bowl LV moved to Tampa amid stadium issues

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017

Raymond James Stadium in Tampa hosted Super Bowl XLIII and could host LV after troubles in Los Angeles. CHICAGO — With the news that new Los Angeles stadium project has been delayed for its opening by a year, the NFL reportedly has unanimously voted to move Super Bowl LV from LA to the runner-up city, Tampa.

Larry Fitzgerald’s potential retirement a hot topic, except to Fitzgerald

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017

When great players reach a certain age, retirement questions are inevitable. The retirement questions have started for Arizona Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald, and the curiosity will be there until the 33-year-old calls it quits. Fitzgerald said he’ll address his future in training camp, and he won’t address it anymore after that according to ESPN.com.

‘Smoke’ is smiling again, a great sign for Cardinals

Thursday, May 18th, 2017

TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) -- ''Smokey'' is smiling again, and that means an awful lot to the Arizona Cardinals. ''Smoke looks like John Brown,'' coach Bruce Arians said after an OTA session this week. ''A couple of those routes he ran, he did not run one route

Cardinals QB Palmer to ease way up on offseason throwing

Tuesday, May 16th, 2017

The Arizona Cardinals have five quarterbacks. One of them, Carson Palmer, only stood and watched as the team went through its first offseason workout Tuesday. At age 37, Palmer will greatly curtail his offseason throwing in hopes of preserving arm strength for his 15th NFL season.

Re-grading the 2014 NFL draft, three years later

Tuesday, May 16th, 2017

Year four of a player’s NFL shelf life comes with a predetermined fork in the road. It’s after the fourth season when all those rookie contracts run out, and it’s before the fourth season when teams must decide if they’ll pick up any lingering fifth-year

The Arizona Cardinals need for a future quarterback

Saturday, May 13th, 2017

The 2017 NFL Draft has come and gone and yet again, the Arizona Cardinals have failed to draft a quarterback, or let alone an heir to Carson Palmer. Palmer, an injury-plagued, aging quarterback, debated retirement this offseason along with teammate Larry Fitzgerald. Thankfully, both will be returning for the 2017-2018 NFL season.

Cardinals release reinstated linebacker Daryl Washington

Friday, May 12th, 2017

The Arizona Cardinals have released Daryl Washington, the linebacker who had been reinstated by the NFL after three seasons away from the game. Washington was suspended by the league for multiple violations of the NFL's substance-abuse policy as well as a domestic violence incident. The 30-year-old linebacker last played in a game in December 2013.

Cardinals release Washington after NFL reinstatement

Thursday, May 11th, 2017

Daryl Washington is allowed to play in the NFL again after being suspended for the last three seasons, but he will have to find a new team. The Arizona Cardinals released the former Pro Bowl linebacker on Thursday, the team announced. Washington was allowed to return to the league on April 25 after sitting out three seasons on an indefinite suspension for repeatedly violating the NFL's substance abuse policy and for his involvement in an assault case with his ex-girlfriend.

Cardinals release recently reinstated Daryl Washington

Thursday, May 11th, 2017

The Arizona Cardinals released embattled linebacker Daryl Washington on Thursday, a few days after meeting with him for the first time since he was conditionally reinstated April 25 after an almost-three-year suspension. "After meeting with Daryl Washington, we have collectively decided it is best to release Daryl and give him the opportunity to continue his career elsewhere," the team said in a statement. Team president Michael Bidwill, general manager Steve Keim and coach Bruce Arians met with Washington earlier this week.

Daryl Washington released by Cardinals after 3-year NFL suspension ends

Thursday, May 11th, 2017

The linebacker was reinstated in April, but the Cardinals have decided to move on. After the NFL reinstated linebacker Daryl Washington on April 25, the Arizona Cardinals announced on Thursday that they would be releasing him. “After meeting with Daryl Washington, we have collectively decided it is best to release Daryl and give him the opportunity to continue his career elsewhere,” the team’s statement read.