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Former Bobcats Littered Amongst Professional Rosters

The 2014 football season is in full-swing in Athens, where a young Bobcats team is trying to establish their identity.

But several former Bobcats are making names for themselves at the next level, as ten former ‘Cats are currently on professional football team rosters—seven in the National Football League and three in the Canadian Football League. 346 more words

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Oh, captain, my captain -- you OK?

See that photo at the bottom? It’s a picture from the coin toss before the Monday night season opener against the Chargers. It is also the last time the Cardinals’ captains will have all played together in a game in 2014. 236 more words


Cardinals make moves, bring in QB Dennis Dixon

Once upon a time, Dennis Dixon was an intriguing quarterback prospect.

Even though that time was a long time ago, he’s still getting chances.

The Cardinals signed the 29-year-old Dixon to the practice squad, among a flurry of other moves. 109 more words

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Zastudil goes to IR; QB Dixon to practice squad

And the Cardinals officially lose another one.

Among a handful of roster moves Tuesday was the Cardinals putting punter Dave Zastudil on injured reserve with his bad groin, ending his season. 181 more words


John Abraham placed on injured reserve

John Abraham’s season has reached a close.

The Cardinals placed the veteran outside linebacker on injured reserve Friday, the team’s website said. The 36-year-old Abraham suffered a concussion in the Cardinals’ Sept. 95 more words

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Friday before the Giants

The Cardinals moved up practice this week, starting at 10 a.m. on the field. That way, the players are “used” to playing football at 10 a.m., which is kickoff time for Sunday in New York against the Giants. 707 more words


Fitz's targets, Ellington's toughness and day-after B.A.

Why, Bruce Arians was asked, wasn’t wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald targeted more in the Monday night game against the Chargers?

“You have to ask the quarterback,” Arians said. 566 more words