Will he or won’t he? I’m sure the last thing the Cardinals wanted going into the opener was having their key offensive piece be a game-day decision, but that’s where we are left with running back Andre Ellington and his pesky foot problem. 838 more words
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The Cardinals’ bad run of personnel luck could be continuing.
According to Mike Jurecki of Fox Sports 910 in Phoenix, tailback Andre Ellington could be out an “ 190 more words
There’s one simple test that determines whether a defender is a shutdown corner: If an opponent throws passes his way, he’s not. If an opponent avoids his side of the field entirely, he is. 492 more words
The Wes Welker suspension bomb dropped yesterday, and that’s a great example of why all these game-by-game results guesses never made any sense to me. The Broncos wide receiver is gone for four games, and since the Broncos have a Week 4 bye (as do the Cardinals), the fourth and final game Welker will have to sit out will be the Cardinals’ visit to Denver. 431 more words
The Cardinals continued their search for help on the defensive line in the wake of Darnell Dockett’s ACL tear by bringing defensive tackle Tommy Kelly to town for a visit on Wednesday and it looks like they had more luck with him than Brett Keisel. 139 more words
The short practice week got even shorter Tuesday when coach Bruce Arians,citing the humidity during the outside workout, ended practice about 40 minutes early. Arians also noted how few players he had practicing, which goes more toward the players who won’t be playing Thursday rather than too many injuries. 311 more words