Archive for the ‘Arizona Cardinals’ Category

Reports: Cards to re-sign T Humphries to $45M extension

Monday, February 17th, 2020

Kyler Murray's main bodyguard will be sticking around awhile in Arizona. D.J. Humphries, one of the top left tackles scheduled to hit the free agent market next month, reportedly agreed to a three-year, $45 million contract extension with the Arizona Cardinals. NFL Network first reported the news, which ESPN announced it confirmed.

Ex-NFL coach Haley coaching Fla. H.S.

Friday, February 14th, 2020

Former NFL head coach Todd Haley is back on the field. Out of football in 2019, Haley is serving as offensive coordinator at Riverview High School in Sarasota, Fla., the local Herald-Tribune reported. Haley, 52, was the head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs from 2009-11.

Are Raiders willing to offer Tom Brady two-year, $60 million contract?

Friday, February 14th, 2020

While conventional wisdom dictates that Brady will return to the New England Patriots, along with a souped-up supporting cast, the Raiders reportedly are set to pursue the six-time Super Bowl champion should he make it to free agency. It likely will take a hefty sum to lure Brady away from Foxboro, Mass., and longtime sportswriter Larry Fitzgerald Sr., -- who also is the father of Arizona Cardinals star wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald Jr. -- dropped this nugget on Twitter on Friday.

One thing we love about every NFL team

Friday, February 14th, 2020

He's still among the NFL's best edge rushers but the fact that he was left off the All-Pro team this year could see him ascend back into the Defensive Player of the Year race in 2020. Cincinnati Bengals: Joe Burrow is on the way and ready to lead the franchise out of the AFC North basement. While he's technically not on the team yet, it would be a seismic upset if the Bengals took anyone but Burrow with the No.

Cardinals will not cut David Johnson, says GM Steve Keim

Friday, February 14th, 2020

Running back David Johnson will not be cut by the Arizona Cardinals this offseason, general manager Steve Keim has confirmed. Johnson was an All-Pro in 2016 after accruing 2,118 all-purpose yards and, despite missing 15 of the 16 games the next season, he was given a three-year $39million deal on the eve of the 2018 season. However, Johnson has failed to live up to that contract since, rushing for just 1,285 yards combined across the past two campaigns and losing his starting spot to Kenyan Drake last season when the Cards acquired him in a trade with the Miami Dolphins.

Cardinals say they won’t be cutting RB David Johnson, but what comes next?

Friday, February 14th, 2020

Not that something said on Feb. 14 in a radio interview is an unbreakable contract, but Arizona Cardinals general manager Steve Keim made it clear on Friday that running back David Johnson will not be cut. Johnson, who was once one of the NFL's most exciting players but virtually disappeared in the Cardinals offense last season, was rumored to be a cut possibility. Keim put to rest any notion Johnson would be released.

Can QB Young catch Fitzgerald in Pebble Beach pro-am race?

Saturday, February 8th, 2020

Phil Mickelson is looking for a double-double Sunday at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Mickelson is one shot back in the PGA Tour event, and he also trails by a single shot in the pro-am division, teaming with playing partner Steve Young, the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback. It's been a good week for NFL and former NFL players on the Monterey Peninsula.

Fantasy football: Dream landing spots for Tom Brady, other key 2020 NFL free agents

Wednesday, February 5th, 2020

Not only would this landing spot give fantasy managers their first glimpse of Green with a star-level quarterback, it would also help stave off concerns about any incoming Lamar Jackson regression. Even if he can't separate like he once could, Green's track record and ball skills alongside Marquise Brown's speed would bring defensive coordinators splitting headaches when game-planning for what was already the most difficult offense to defend in 2019. Matt Harmon Kenyan Drake re-signs in Arizona My hope is the Cardinals move on from David Johnson, restructuring his contract in order to trade him.

Buckner returns to Cardinals as DL coach

Wednesday, February 5th, 2020

Brentson Buckner, who served as defensive line coach of the Arizona Cardinals from 2013-17, is back in that same position with the organization, which added four new assistants Wednesday. The other assistants hired to head coach Kliff Kingsbury's staff were former tight end Jim Dray as offensive quality control coach, Mark Naylor as assistant strength and conditioning coach and Derius Swinton as assistant special teams coach. Other developments involving staff promotions included: Spencer Whipple, named assistant wide receivers coach; Charlie Bullen, outside linebackers coach; and Don Shumpert offensive assistant.

Cardinals sign CFL QB Streveler

Tuesday, February 4th, 2020

The Arizona Cardinals signed Canadian Football League quarterback Chris Streveler, a reigning Grey Cup champion, to a futures contract on Tuesday. Streveler, 25, helped the Winnipeg Blue Bombers to victory in the 107th Grey Cup in November in a multi-faceted role, going 3 of 3 for 39 yards and a touchdown through the air while adding nine carries for 30 yards and a 13-yard reception. An undrafted product out of South Dakota in 2018, Streveler is viewed as a Swiss Army knife type of player like New Orleans' Taysom Hill, who plays a variety of positions on offense and special teams.