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    Heap family calls for kind acts in memory of late daughter

    Former NFL tight end Todd Heap and his family are encouraging people to "share hugs and spread love and joy through random acts of heartfelt kindness" on Wednesday in honor of their late daughter's birthday.

  • Arizona Cardinals' first-round draft pick Haason Reddick speaks after being introduced at the teams' training facility, Friday, April 28, 2017, in Tempe, Ariz. (SOURCE: AP Photo/Matt York)

    Keim, Arians follow familiar pattern in 5th draft together

    The fifth draft conducted by the Arizona Cardinals duo of general manager Steve Keim and coach Bruce Arians followed a familiar pattern.

  • Keim, Arians follow familiar pattern in 5th draft together

    The fifth draft conducted by the Arizona Cardinals duo of general manager Steve Keim and coach Bruce Arians followed a familiar pattern. 

  • Temple's Haason Reddick poses after being selected by the Arizona Cardinals during the first round of the 2017 NFL football draft, Thursday, April 27, 2017, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

    With QBs gone, Cardinals choose versatile linebacker

    With the three best quarterbacks gone, the Arizona Cardinals used the No. 13 pick in the NFL draft on Thursday to choose versatile linebacker Haason Reddick, who rose from walk-on at Temple to one of the most coveted defensive players in the draft. 

  • Fitz has opened his own travel company called Nomad Hill Travel Agency. (Source: Twitter)

    Fitzgerald opens travel agency

    The Cardinals' Larry Fitzgerald is a top receiver in the NFL but now he's using his off-the-field skills to help people see the world.

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    NFL conditionally reinstates former AZ Cardinal Daryl Washington

    The NFL has conditionally reinstated  Daryl Washington. 

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    Cardinals release 2017 season schedule

    The countdown is on for the start of the regular season for the Arizona Cardinals and fans got their first look at when and where the games will be played.  

  • Cardinals coach Bruce Arians (left) and General Manager Steve Keim, address the media about the upcoming NFL Draft. The team could draft a quarterback of the future if the right player is available. (Source: Matt Faye/Cronkite News).

    Cardinals have eye on quarterbacks in upcoming NFL draft

    Cardinals coach Bruce Arians has groomed his fair share of talented young quarterbacks. He was the quarterbacks coach in Indianapolis when the Colts drafted Peyton Manning first overall in 1998. 

  • Marquis Bundy (Source: Scottsdale Police Department)

    Cardinals WR Marquis Bundy arrested outside Scottsdale club

    Marquis Bundy, 22, was picked up outside International (INT'L), which bills itself as a "boutique" champagne bar and nightclub, shortly before 3 a.m. Saturday, according to Sgt. Ben Hoster of the Scottsdale Police Department.

  • Sean McLaughlin and Joe Gagliano (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Man behind one of largest point-shaving scandal in history: 'Greed kills'

    A police officer’s son who "certainly knew right from wrong," Joe Gagliano could not turn away from the thrill of quick money -- and a lot of it. He became an integral part of the largest point-shaving scandal in history and now he's sharing his story -- how it started and everything that happened after -- in a new book. Sean McLaughlin sat down with him for a candid one-on-one interview.

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    Cardinals' Arians would love to get a young QB ready

    Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians knows that time is running short for finding an heir to quarterback Carson Palmer. But Arians said that pick is not necessarily imminent "because I wouldn't say it's Carson's last year." 

  • Bruce Arians: 'It Was Fitz's Fault'

    "It was Fitz's fault!" Cardinals Coach Bruce Arians arrived in a sling to Tony LaRussa's Dinner With Champions.  

  • Cardinals re-sign RB Ellington to one-year contract

    The Arizona Cardinals have re-signed running back Andre Ellington to a one-year contract. Ellington, the backup to David Johnson, has played all four of his NFL seasons with Arizona after being drafted in the sixth round out of Clemson in 2013. 

  • Dirty Bird Returns to the Nest

    Karlos Dansby is back. The Dirty Bird, who was drafted by the Cardinals in the 2nd round in 2004, signed up for a third tour of duty in Arizona.

  • Cardinals Kicker Finally Lands in Arizona

    Phil Dawson has been trying to come to Arizona for a while.  

  • Cardinals, OLB Chandler Jones agree to 5-year deal

    The Arizona Cardinals have made the big investment they knew would be required after trading for Chandler Jones a year ago, signing him to a five-year contract. 

  • AP source: Jaguars upgrade defense with trio of free agents

    The Jacksonville Jaguars made another huge splash in free agency Thursday, signing three starters expected to make a decent defense dynamic. 

  • Cardinals agree on four-year contract with Jermaine Gresham

    In their first free-agent move, the Arizona Cardinals have agreed to terms on a four-year contract to retain Jermaine Gresham. 

  • D-backs' Ray has the strikeouts, now needs some efficiency

    With a devastating fastball, Robbie Ray can strike people out. He made that clear a year ago.

  • Cardinals place franchise tag on Chandler Jones

    The Arizona Cardinals, in an anticipated move, have placed a non-exclusive franchise tag on outside linebacker Chandler Jones after failing to reach a long-term deal with the player.

  • Carson Palmer will play with the AZ Cardinals In 2017

    Carson Palmer is coming back for a 15th NFL season. The 37-year-old quarterback said in a statement he is "ready to get back to work and prepare for the 2017 season. 

  • Larry Fitzgerald named co-winner of “Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year"

    Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald was named a co-winner of the 2016 "Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year," along with New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning. The "Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year" is the only league award that recognizes a player's off-the-field community service as well as his playing excellence. 

  • Former Cards QB Kurt Warner selected for Pro Football Hall of Fame

    Congratulations to a hometown hero! Former Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner was among the seven selected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2017 at the selection committee’s annual meeting Saturday in Houston.  

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    Larry Fitzgerald to return for another season

    Arizona Cardinals can breathe a little bit easier as wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald said on Wednesday he is coming back to play another season.

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    Cardinals name Leftwich QBs coach, Kitchens shifts to RBs

    The Arizona Cardinals have hired former NFL quarterback Byron Leftwich as their quarterbacks coach and shifted Freddie Kitchens to running backs coach. 

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    Cardinals name Leftwich QBs coach, Kitchens shifts to RBs

    The Arizona Cardinals have hired former NFL quarterback Byron Leftwich as their quarterbacks coach and shifted Freddie Kitchens to running backs coach. 

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    Cardinals re-sign defensive tackle Josh Mauro to 2-year deal

    The Arizona Cardinals re-signed defensive tackle Josh Mauro to a two-year contract Thursday. 

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    Cardinals rank as 1 of major 2016 disappointments

     The Arizona Cardinals arguably are the NFL's biggest disappointment. 

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    Palmer, Fitzgerald lead Cardinals' 44-6 rout of LA Rams

    Larry Fitzgerald still hasn't decided whether he'll return to the Arizona Cardinals next season. 

  • Arians, Cardinals look for strong finish to season

    Despite finishing this season with a losing record, the Arizona Cardinals are looking for a strong finish. 

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    Catanzaro's field goal gives Arizona 34-31 win over Seattle

    The Arizona Cardinals continue to give the Seattle Seahawks headaches at home. 

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    Cardinals place Tyrann Mathieu on injured reserve

    The Arizona Cardinals have placed defensive back Tyrann Mathieu on injured reserve, the third time the do-everything defensive back has finished the year on the injury list in his four NFL seasons. 

  • New minted Patriots player Michael Floyd addressed the media for the first time since his DUI arrest. (Source: CBS)

    Michael Floyd makes first public comments as a Patriot

    New Patriots receiver Michael Floyd said he’s trying to learn from his mistakes following an arrest on charges of driving under the influence earlier this month that led to him being waived by the Arizona Cardinals. In his first comments since being claimed off waivers by New England, Floyd said Thursday he’s trying not to think about the Dec. 12 incident.

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    Fitzgerald mum on future plans amid speculation

    Larry Fitzgerald had his weekly meeting with the media Wednesday and did absolutely nothing to shed light on his plans beyond the final two games of this NFL season.

  • Scottsdale police arrested Michael Floyd on suspicion of DUI early Monday morning. (Source: Scottsdale Police Department)

    Crime lab puts BAC of former Cards WR Floyd at 0.217

    When former Cardinals wide receiver Michael Floyd was arrested on suspicion on DUI after being found passed out in a running car at a Scottsdale intersection, his blood alcohol content was 0.217, according to the arrest report that was made public Wednesday.

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    Fitzgerald discusses his future

    Larry Fitzgerald said on Tuesday will never play anywhere else other than Arizona.

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    Brees shreds Cardinals defense in Saints' victory

    New Orleans had the top-ranked offense in the NFL going into Sunday's action. Arizona had the No. 1 defense. Something had to give. Turns out, it was the Arizona 'D.' 

  • Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson (31) scores a touchdown as New Orleans Saints cornerback B.W. Webb defends during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Dec. 18, 2016, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

    Cards' David Johnson putting up stellar stats

    David Johnson's chances of being the NFL's Most Valuable Player are slim at best, given the Arizona Cardinals record after Sunday's 48-41 loss to the New Orleans Saints.  

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    Saints and Cardinals, both heading nowhere, meet in desert

    Two teams almost certainly headed nowhere collide in the desert Sunday. 

  • In this Sunday, Dec. 4, 2016 file photo, Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson (31) runs as Washington Redskins inside linebacker Su'a Cravens (36) defends during the second half of an NFL football game in Glendale. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

    Saints and Cardinals, both heading nowhere, meet in desert

    The New Orleans Saints (5-8) and Arizona Cardinals (5-7-1) are in the homestretch of disappointing seasons. 

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    Patriots claim Floyd 1 day after Cardinals release him

    The New England Patriots have claimed wide receiver Michael Floyd off waivers one day after he was released by the Arizona Cardinals. 

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    Pair of also-rans meet up in desert, Saints vs. Cardinals

    NEW ORLEANS (5-8) at ARIZONA (5-7-1) Sunday, Dec. 18, 4:05 p.m.

  • Cardinals coach Bruce Arians (left) and Miami Dolphins special teams coordinator Darren Rizzi (Source: AP)

    Dolphins 'offended' but Arians sticks with story

    Miami Dolphins special teams coordinator Darren Rizzi is denying his team was calling out Arizona's snap count on a PAT attempt in Sunday's 26-23 win over the Cardinals. But Cardinals coach Bruce Arians is sticking to his story. 

  • Scottsdale police arrested Michael Floyd on suspicion of DUI early Monday morning. (Source: Scottsdale Police Department)

    Cardinals release WR Floyd after DUI arrest

    The Arizona Cardinals announced on Wednesday that the team released wide receiver Michael Floyd. The move comes just two days after Floyd was arrested for suspicion of DUI in Scottsdale.

  • Scottsdale police arrested Michael Floyd on suspicion of DUI early Monday morning. (Source: Scottsdale Police Department)

    Arizona Cardinals WR Michael Floyd arrested for DUI in Scottsdale

    Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Michael Floyd is facing a DUI charge after allegedly falling asleep at the wheel early Monday morning. Scottsdale police arrested Floyd shortly before 3 a.m. after he was found blacked out in his running car.

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    Blame the rain? Sloppy Cards lose to Dolphins, 26-23

    Frequent heavy showers made for a sloppy game, and the Cardinals were unable to overcome four turnovers in the first 20 minutes, losing 26-23 .


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    Moore comes off bench to help Miami beat Cards 26-23

    With Ryan Tannehill sidelined by a knee injury that will likely end his season, the Dolphins turned to Matt Moore, who directed the drive that led to a field goal on the final play to beat the Arizona Cardinals 26-23.

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    Underachieving Cardinals face overachieving Dolphins

    For the Arizona Cardinals, the numbers don't add up to 5-6-1. That's their record, and it's a head-scratcher. The Cardinals rank second in the NFL in defense and ninth in offense. They've outgained opponents by 72 yards per game, best in the league. They have a three-minute advantage in time of possession, and they're in the plus column in turnovers.

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    Dolphins try for 1st win over Cardinals since 1999

    ARIZONA (5-6-1) at MIAMI (7-5) Sunday, 1 p.m. ET,

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    Cardinals looking for first win of season in the East

    These Arizona Cardinals are not morning people.

    The team heads east again this weekend, a direction that has not been kind to the Cardinals this season.

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    Young Cardinals back David Johnson joining elite company

    David Johnson's NFL career is only 28 games old, and already he is being compared to some of the great running backs of the game.

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    Cardinals' Mathieu doubtful for Redskins game

    yrann Mathieu did not practice on Friday and coach Bruce Arians said it's doubtful the versatile Arizona Cardinals defensive back will play Sunday against Washington. The problem is the same shoulder injury that kept him out of games against San Francisco and Minnesota. He returned for last Sunday's loss at Atlanta and had two tackles and a sack. Mathieu practiced Wednesday, but soreness kept him sidelined Friday. Arians said it would be a game-time decision whether Mathieu will pla...
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    Speedy Taylor Gabriel leads Falcons past Cardinals 38-19

    Taylor Gabriel plays as if he's got something to prove. 

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    Cards coach Bruce Arians back at practice after brief hospital stay

    Cardinals coach Bruce Arians was back at practice Wednesday as expected, “full go” as he proclaimed right after it was over.

  • Cardinals Coach Arians released from hospital

    Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians has been released from the hospital after suffering chest pains, according to team spokesman Mark Dalton.

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    Stunned Cardinals dig deeper hole with 30-24 loss to Vikings

    Carson Palmer, still in full pads and uniform, sat motionless in front of his cubicle deep inside Minnesota's stadium long after another disheartening defeat.

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    Ouch. FOX sound guy gets slammed on the sidelines at Cards game

    Wrong place, wrong time? It wasn't just the players getting tackled in Sunday's football game between the Cardinals and the Vikings. It turns out that a FOX sound engineer named Bernie, took a big hit on the sidelines. 

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    Cardinals visit Vikings in pivotal matchup of NFC contenders

    The Minnesota Vikings will return to the comfort of their new stadium this weekend, lugging some heavy baggage with them. The Arizona Cardinals won't be the ideal visitors on Sunday. Though they've been one of the NFC's many underperformers and yet to win a game outside of the Pacific time zone, the Cardinals (4-4-1) are plenty dangerous on both sides of the ball.

  • Honey Badger Cares

    Cardinals Pro Bowler Tyrann Mathieu is hoping to play this week in Minnesota. Mathieu spent his day handing out hope to families in need.  

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    Road ahead tough for Cardinals after victory

    Arizona can still make a push toward a playoff berth, but the going will be tough. 

  • San Francisco 49ers inside linebacker Gerald Hodges (51) returns an interception as Arizona Cardinals tight end Jermaine Gresham (84) pursues, Sunday, Nov. 13, 2016, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

    Win crucial for Cardinals, close loss no consolation for SF

    Chandler Catanzaro kicked a 34-yard field goal as time expired and the Arizona Cardinals escaped with a 23-20 victory over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. 

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    Rested Arizona returns to action against reeling 49ers

    Rested Arizona faces reeling San Francisco on Sunday, and a Cardinals loss would be the biggest pratfall yet in a season already crowded with disappointment. 

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    Cardinals return to practice, Mathieu 'close' to return

    The Arizona Cardinals returned to practice Tuesday after a long bye weekend off and the biggest news was Tyrann Mathieu's rapid recovery from a shoulder injury. 

  • Halfway through season, Cardinals a big disappointment

    The Cardinals enter the bye week, the halfway mark of their season at 3-4-1, facing an uphill climb to even make the playoffs.

  • The Arizona Cardinals haven't won a championship since 1947. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Arizona Cardinals hold a new title: longest championship drought in sports

    The Cardinals’ last championship was in 1947, before the Super Bowl even existed.

  • Arizona Cardinals' Carson Palmer (3) is sacked by Carolina Panthers' Kawann Short (99) in the second half of an NFL football game in Charlotte, N.C., Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016. (Source: AP Photo/Bob Leverone)

    Cardinals have losing record halfway through season

    After yet another bad trip to Carolina, the Arizona Cardinals have a losing record halfway through their schedule, and a season that was supposed to be so successful is slipping away. To make matters worse, the Cardinals lost two significant players in Sunday's 30-20 loss - left tackle Jared Veldheer and defensive back Tyrann Mathieu. 

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    Cardinals-Panthers matchup loses luster with rough starts

    The Carolina Panthers hosting the Arizona Cardinals was supposed to be a marquee matchup this Sunday. It was slated as a featured game in the late afternoon time slot, a tantalizing rematch of last season's NFC championship game.

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    Cardinals WR Jaron Brown out for season with torn ACL

    Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Jaron Brown tore an ACL in Sunday night's 6-6 tie with Seattle 

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    Seattle's offense struggles in 6-6 tie with Arizona

    The Seattle Seahawks have found ways to win games despite struggling most of the season on offense. 

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    Once pass-happy Cardinals turn to running game

    The Arizona Cardinals seem to be undergoing something of a personality change. The big-play passing offense that propelled them to a 13-3 record a year ago is giving way to a ground game centered on dynamic running back David Johnson. Coach Bruce Arians said the philosophy hasn't changed but the running game has. 

  • Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson (31) scores a touchdown against the New York Jets during the second half of an NFL football game, Monday, Oct. 17, 2016, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

    Johnson, Cardinals roll past listless Jets 28-3

    Stopping the run was one of the few things the New York Jets had done well this season. Until they faced David Johnson and the Arizona Cardinals.  

  • Heavy traffic expected from Monday night football game

    Traffic on some freeways on the west side of the Phoenix metro area is expected to be heavier than normal during the Monday afternoon commute because of the Arizona Cardinals' nationally televised night game. 

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    Cards QB Carson Palmer cleared to play in Monday Night Football

    Carson Palmer will be back for the Cardinals’ game against the Jets on “Monday Night Football.” The quarterback – as well as linebacker Kevin Minter – was cleared to exit the NFL’s concussion protocol Tuesday. 

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    Cardinals guard Evan Mathis to miss rest of season

    Arizona Cardinals guard Evan Mathis will miss the rest of the season because of an ankle injury. T

  • Cardinals VS 49ers Thursday night at 5 on CBS 5

    game day

    The NFL's Thursday night matchup features the Arizona Cardinals at the San Francisco 49ers. The game is on CBS 5. Sean McLaughlin and Joe Pequeno are in Santa Clara, California covering all the action. Tune in to CBS 5 News for reports all day and tonight after the game. The Thursday Night Football broadcast begins at 5 p.m.

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    AZ Cardinals: Carson Palmer is out for Thursday's game against SF

    Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer will not be playing in this week's game against San Francisco. On Wednesday morning, the Cardinals tweeted out that Palmer will not be making the trip.  

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    Cardinals' Arians won't count out Palmer for 49ers

    Carson Palmer was going through the NFL's concussion protocol on Monday and Arizona coach Bruce Arians said he wasn't ruling out the quarterback for Thursday night's game at San Francisco. 

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    Cardinals' Chris Johnson, Branch placed on injured reserve

    The Arizona Cardinals will be without running back Chris Johnson and safety Tyvon Branch 

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    Rams rally late to beat Cardinals 17-13, Palmer hurt

    The move to the West Coast has done wonders for the Rams. Tavon Austin returned a punt 47 yards to set up Case Keenum's 4-yard touchdown pass to Brian Quick with 2:36 to play, and Los Angeles improved to 3-1 for the first time in a decade, adding to Arizona's early season woes with a 17-13 victory Sunday.

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    Cardinals look to rev up offense against tough Rams

    The Arizona Cardinals' offense is supposed to be one of the best, if not THE best, in the NFL. But at the start of games especially, it's been a pushover. 

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    Arizona signs long-snapper Brewer, punter Quigley, LB Bartu

    The Arizona Cardinals have signed long-snapper Aaron Brewer, punter Ryan Quigley and linebacker Joplo Bartu. 

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    Arizona Cardinals release long snapper Canaday

    The Arizona Cardinals have released long snapper Kameron Canaday and safety Marqui Christian. 

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    Cardinals dealing with issues in 1-2 start to season

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    Cardinals dealing with injuries after loss to Bills

    Punter Drew Butler sprained his ankle during the Cardinals' 33-18 loss at Buffalo on Sunday. 

  • Arizona Cardinals holder Drew Butler can't handle a high snap in front of kicker Chandler Catanzaro (7) during the second half of an NFL football game against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016. (Source: AP Photo/Bill Wippert)

    Cardinals coach Arians snaps over Canaday's latest bad snap

    ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) --On a day quarterback Carson Palmer threw four interceptions and safety Tyrann Mathieu couldn't field a fumble and kicked the ball out of bounds, Cardinals coach Bruce Arians saved his bluntest critique on long snapper Kameron Canaday. This, after all, wasn't the first time a bad snap from Canaday has cost the Cardinals (1-2) three weeks into the season. 

  • Buffalo Bills free safety Corey Graham, right, celebrates his interception with teammate Aaron Williams during the second half of an NFL football game on Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016, in Orchard Park, N.Y. (AP Photo/Bill Wippert)

    Bills bounce back with 33-18 win over Cardinals

    LeSean McCoy scored twice and safety Aaron Williams returned a botched field-goal snap 53 yards for a touchdown in leading the Buffalo Bills to a 33-18 win over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.  

  • Distractions dominate Bills in preparing to host Cardinals

    Bills offensive guard Richie Incognito defiantly asked the team's doubters to check back next week before anyone starts writing off Buffalo's season following the latest jolt of distraction. 

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    Cardinals-Bills Capsule

    ARIZONA (1-1) at BUFFALO (0-2) Sunday, 1 p.m. EDT, Fox OPENING LINE - Cardinals by 4.

  • Arizona Cardinals defensive back Marcus Cooper (41) intecepts a pass for a touchdown as Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Brandon Myers (82) defends during the second half, Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016, in Glendale, Ariz.  (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri)

    Palmer throws for 3 TDs, Winston picked off 4 times in rout

    Carson Palmer threw for 308 yards and three touchdowns and the Arizona Cardinals intercepted Jameis Winston four times in a 40-7 rout of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday.  

  • 'A Promise to Mom': New Larry Fitzgerald commercial

    Larry Fitzgerald opens up in a new commercial for the University of Phoenix.  

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    Winston says early meeting with Arians motivated him

    Jameis Winston traces his motivation to win an NFL championship all the way back to when he attended a football camp at age 11 or 12 and Bruce Arians was there. 

  • Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald (11) catches his career 100th touchdown pass during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016, in Glendale. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri)

    Cardinals suffer heartbreaking loss, Fitz catches 100th career TD

    The Arizona Cardinals had a shot to win it but a low snap caused kicker Chandler Catanzaro to miss the potentially game-winning field goal and the Red Birds fell to the New England Patriots 23-21 on Sunday night.

  • NFL insider: AZ Cardinals' Fitzgerald expects to retire at end of season

    NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport tweeted Sunday that Fitzgerald has told people close to him that he expects 2016 to be his last season. Fitzgerald has said earlier this summer that he had "a lot of good football" still left. 

  • Quiet time over for Patriots' Garoppolo entering first start

    It was two days into the biggest week of his NFL career, and Jimmy Garoppolo was enjoying a rare moment of not being noticed. 

  • The Cardinals are expecting big things from running back David Johnson. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Cardinals' David Johnson ready to carry the load on the field, at home

    Johnson spent the offseason training with Cardinals strength and conditioning coach Buddy Morris to get his body ready for the grueling NFL season, and learning the Cardinals' playbook inside and out. But he also spent some time reading other books – on parenting.

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    Cardinals re-sign 8 players to practice squad

    The Arizona Cardinals have re-signed eight players to the practice squad. 

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    Arizona Cardinals Preview Capsule

    ARIZONA CARDINALS (14-4) New faces: OLB Chandler Jones, RG Evan Mathis, CB Marcus Cooper, DT Robert Knemdiche, S Tyvon Branch, CB Brandon Williams, LS Kameron Canady. 

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    Barkley, Bryant, Butler among 22 players cut by Cardinals

    Quarterback Matt Barkley and eight-year NFL defensive lineman Red Bryant were among the 22 players cut by the Arizona Cardinals to reach the league's 53-man limit. 

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    Cardinals bring impressive depth at running back

    The Arizona Cardinals have had some issues this preseason. Running the ball has not been one of them. 

  • Cardinals CB questions amplified by loss of Mike Jenkins

    The Arizona Cardinals lost another preseason game, but more significantly, lost one of the three players who were vying to start at cornerback opposite All-Pro Patrick Peterson. 

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    Cardinals CB questions amplified by loss of Mike Jenkins

    The Arizona Cardinals lost another preseason game, but more significantly, lost one of the three players who were vying to start at cornerback opposite All-Pro Patrick Peterson. 

  • Cardinals Coach Weighs in on Colin Kaepernick

    San Francisco 49ers Quarterback Colin Kaepernick's decision to sit out the National Anthem has the sports world buzzing.  

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    QB Jake Coker waived-injured by Cardinals, 11 others cut

    The Arizona Cardinals have waived/injured quarterback Jake Coker and released 11 players in their first round of roster cuts. 

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    Cardinals' 'other' receiver having a big camp

     Everyone who pays attention to the NFL knows the Arizona Cardinals are loaded at wide receiver. 

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    Cardinals wrap up "business-like" training camp

    The Arizona Cardinals ended one of the NFL's longer training camps on Friday, shutting it down amid talk around the league that this could be a Super Bowl team. 

  • Arizona's Larry Fitzgerald is featured on one of four regional covers of "Sports Illustrated." (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Fans undeterred by SI cover curse

    Sports Illustrated just picked Arizona to win the next Super Bowl and features the Cardinals -- fan favorite Larry Fitzgerald, of course -- on one of its four regional covers.

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    Cardinals' Nkemdiche practices for first time in camp

    Arizona Cardinals first-round draft pick Robert Nkemdiche worked out on a limited basis Monday, the first time he has practiced in training camp.

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    Chargers beat Cardinals 19-3

    The San Diego Chargers didn't score an offensive touchdown and it didn't matter against the Arizona Cardinals on Friday night. .

  • Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians rejoins the team

    Cardinals Coach Bruce Arians rejoined the team on Wednesday morning. He was taken to a San Diego hospital Tuesday evening, spending the night there after undergoing a series of tests for stomach pain.

  • Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians smiles as he paces the sidelines prior to an NFL preseason football game against the Oakland Raiders Friday, Aug. 12, 2016, in Glendale, Ariz. (Source: AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

    Cardinals head coach stays the night in San Diego hospital


    Cardinals Coach Bruce Arians was taken to a San Diego hospital Tuesday evening, spending the night there after undergoing a series of tests.

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    Cardinals practice outdoors, then head to San Diego

    The Arizona Cardinals are holding a couple of outdoor practices, then are going to do what many desert dwellers do this sweltering time of year - head to San Diego. 

  • Arizona Cardinals' Michael Floyd (15) gets pulled down by Oakland Raiders' David Amerson (29) after a long pass reception during the first half of an NFL preseason football game Friday, Aug. 12, 2016, in Glendale, Ariz. (Source: AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

    Palmer solid, but Raiders reserves dominate

    Carson Palmer directed a 73-yard drive for a field goal in his one series before the Oakland Raiders backups dominated their Arizona counterparts in a 31-10 victory in the teams' preseason opener Friday night.

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    Carson Palmer: No hesitation to extend 'dream situation'

    Carson Palmer says there was no hesitation when he was approached by the Arizona Cardinals about a contract extension in what he calls "a dream situation" to finish his career.

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    Cardinals extend contracts of Fitzgerald, Palmer

    Wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald and quarterback Carson Palmer have signed one-year contract extensions with the Arizona Cardinals.


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    Cardinals signed 9-year NFL cornerback Alan Ball

    The Arizona Cardinals signed nine-year NFL cornerback Alan Ball on Thursday and released safety Tyrequek Zimmerman. T

  • (AP Photo/Matt York). Arizona Cardinals' Tyrann Mathieu throws during practice at the NFL football team's training camp, Friday, July 29, 2016, in Glendale, Ariz.

    Cardinals, Mathieu agree to terms on big 5-year contract

    The Arizona Cardinals and All-Pro defensive back Tyrann Mathieu have agreed to a five-year contract extension, a rich reward for a player once considered a high-risk draftee. 

  • Cardinals fans can watch training camp from the seats at University of Phoenix stadium in Glendale. (Photo by Matt Faye/Cronkite News)

    Cardinals motivated to fulfill Super Bowl expectations

    It’s been more than six months since the 2016 NFC Championship Game, but for the Arizona Cardinals, the pain of falling one win short of Super Bowl 50 is fueling the desire to finish the job this year.  

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    WR Brown has concussion, CB Jenkins undergoes hand surgery

    Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians says wide receiver John Brown will be sidelined while undergoing the concussion protocol. 

  • Arizona Cardinals' Larry Fitzgerald throws the ball during practice at the NFL football team's training camp, Friday, July 29, 2016, in Glendale. (AP Photo/Matt York)

    Fitzgerald: Training camp 'stinks' but Cardinals are loaded

     "Training camp stinks when you're bad, training camp stinks when you're good," Larry Fitzgerald said before the Cardinals went through their first practice in full pads on Sunday. 

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    After sitting out a whole season, Humphries gets his chance

    Sunday after Sunday, D.J. Humphries watched his Arizona Cardinals teammates suit up without him. 

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    Arizona's Nkemdeche, Jenkins out with injuries

    Cardinals coach Bruce Arians says he expects first-round draft pick Robert Nkemdeche to be sidelined for two weeks with a high ankle sprain. 

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    Peterson makes grand entrance, Cardinals aim high for 2016

    All-Pro cornerback Patrick Peterson arrived at training camp via helicopter, a grand entrance befitting a team with great expectations. 

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    Cardinals Place 4 on Injured List to Start Camp

    4 Cardinals players will start training camp on the Physically Unable to Perform List.   

  • Darnell Dockett retires as Arizona Cardinal

    Darnell Dockett, the big, boisterous defensive lineman who overcame a rough childhood to thrive in the NFL, said goodbye to the league the way he wanted - as an Arizona Cardinal.

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    Darnell Dockett to announce retirement Monday

    One of the most outspoken players in Arizona Cardinals history will hang it up Monday. 

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    Former NFL coach Dennis Green dies at 67

    Dennis Green, the trailblazing coach who led a Minnesota Vikings renaissance in the 1990s before a less successful run with the Arizona Cardinals, has died. 

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    Former Cardinals coach Dennis Green dies at 67

    Former Arizona Cardinals coach Dennis Green died of a heart attack Friday morning at the age of 67.

  • AZ Cardinals single-game tickets expected to go fast

    For the first two hours beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday, sales will be limited to people with Arizona zip codes. 

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    Cardinals safety may be charged for allegedly punching woman

    Arizona Cardinals safety Chris Clemons is facing possible assault charges for allegedly punching a woman outside a Scottsdale nightclub, police said Wednesday.  

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    Series takes fans behind the scenes of Cardinals' season

    NFL Films was embedded with the Arizona Cardinals for the 2015 season, granted unprecedented access to just about anything. The result is "All or Nothing: A Season With the Arizona Cardinals," an eight-part series available for streaming on Amazon on Friday. 

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    Former players pay respects to defensive whiz Buddy Ryan

    Buddy Ryan was remembered not just as a defensive master who won two Super Bowls and spawned a legacy carried on by players and twin sons now coaching in the NFL. 

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    Ex-football star Wells testifies against extortion suspect

    Former Ohio State star and NFL player Christopher "Beanie" Wells has testified against a man suspected of trying to extort at least $65,000 from him over a botched drug deal. 

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    Arians so pleased with Cardinals he ends minicamp early

    Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said he is so pleased with the team's offseason work that he has ended minicamp a day early. 

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    Peterson back on limited basis as Cardinals open minicamp

    The Arizona Cardinals opened their three-day minicamp with Patrick Peterson among the participants

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    Arizona Cardinals Roster moves

    The Arizona Cardinals Football Club today announced that the team has waived guard EDAWN COUGHMAN, wide receiver CHRIS KING, and safety BRANDON PERSON. 

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    Cardinals WR JJ Nelson turning heads in OTAs

    Going into his second season, wide receiver J.J. Nelson is making a case for an increased role in the Cardinals' prolific offense. 

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    Cardinals' Larry Fitzgerald not thinking beyond this season

    Larry Fitzgerald has been an Arizona Cardinal all 12 of his NFL seasons, breaking every franchise receiving record along the way. Now, he enters the final year of a two-year, $22 million contract, and he said Tuesday that he doesn't even think about whether he will play football beyond this season, with the Cardinals or anyone else.

  • Former First Round Pick Looks Like a Man on a Mission

    His eyes tell his story.  Cardinals Right Tackle D.J. Humphries didn't like riding the bench last season.  

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    Palmer shrugs off 'big game' failure, expects big season

    Carson Palmer had probably the finest season of his 13 years as an NFL quarterback. Yet he and the rest of the Arizona Cardinals must deal with the ugly way it ended in a blowout loss to Carolina in the NFC championship game. Palmer knows he will carry the "can he win the big game" question with him until he gets a chance to redeem himself.

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    Roy Green to be inducted into Cardinals' Ring of Honor

     Former Arizona Cardinals receiver Roy Green will be inducted into the team's Ring of Honor at halftime against the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, Oct. 2. 

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    Undrafted, Alabama's Coker takes his shot with Cardinals

    Fifteen quarterbacks were selected in last week's NFL draft. Jake Coker was not among them. The player who helped Alabama win a national championship signed with the Arizona Cardinals as an undrafted rookie free agent. He isn't looking back at the disappointing draft process as he tries to prove he can play in the NFL. 

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    Cardinals sign 1st-round pick Nkemdiche, 2 others

    The Arizona Cardinals have signed first-round draft pick Robert Nkemdiche to a four-year contract with a fifth-year team option. 

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    Tale of 2 Cardinals: Boehm could start, Williams needs work

    Fourth-round draft pick Evan Boehm could start right away at center for the Arizona Cardinals. Third-rounder Brandon Williams might take a bit longer. 

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    Cards Sign 16 Free Agents

    The Arizona Cardinals are receiving high grades for their NFL Draft over the weekend.  Today they rounded out their roster. 

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    Cardinals pick Missouri C Evan Boehm in 4th round

     The Arizona Cardinals selected Evan Boehm in the fourth round of the NFL draft, and the center from Missouri should push for a starting job right away.

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    Cardinals draft cornerback Williams in 3rd round

    Brandon Williams switched from running back to cornerback at Texas A&M just last June. Now he's headed to the NFL as the third-round draft pick of the Arizona Cardinals. 

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    Cards use 29th pick on Robert Nkemdiche

    With the 29th pick in the NFL Draft, the Arizona Cardinals selected defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche out of Ole Miss.

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    NFL DRAFT: Cardinals could go many ways with No. 29 pick

    Long gone are the days when the Arizona Cardinals perennially had one of the top draft picks. Coming off a 13-3 season, the Cardinals have the 29th overall pick. And what they will do with it is pretty much anybody's guess.

  • Larry Fitzgerald remembers Prince

    Long before Cardinals receiver  Larry Fitzgerald captured the imagination of valley sports fans, he was a fan himself.   

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    Cardinals aim for Super Bowl as conditioning begins

    The Arizona Cardinals began their offseason conditioning program Monday loaded with optimism 

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    Cardinals release veteran DT Cory Redding

    The Arizona Cardinals have released defensive tackle Cory Redding. 

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    Cardinals re-sign Brown, Jefferson, Swearinger

    The Arizona Cardinals have re-signed safety Tony Jefferson, wide receiver Jaron Brown and safety D.J. Swearinger. 

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    Cardinals announce 2016 season schedule

    The Arizona Cardinals Football Club announced its 2016 regular season schedule this week. We’ve included some key highlights of the upcoming season followed by a week-by-week breakdown. The new Cardinals schedule features four prime time appearances; three are at home, two are on NBC's Sunday Night Football and all four take place in the first seven weeks of the regular season. 

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    Mathis found contender he wanted close to home in Cardinals

    Evan Mathis says he thought about retiring from football after accomplishing the sport's ultimate goal, being part of a Super Bowl championship team. 

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    Cardinals in win-it-now mode with addition of Jones, Mathis

    With a pair of major personnel moves in the past two days, the Arizona Cardinals have made it clear they are in a 'win it all now' mode. 

  • Cardinals, guard Evan Mathis agree to 1-year contract

    Evan Mathis, a starting guard for the Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos last season, and the Arizona Cardinals have agreed to terms on a one-year contract. 

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    Patriots trade Chandler Jones to Arizona for Cooper, pick

    The Arizona Cardinals have filled what they considered their biggest offseason need.

  • Chandler Jones traded to Cardinals (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Patriots trade Chandler Jones to Arizona for Cooper, pick

    PHOENIX (AP) -- The Arizona Cardinals have filled what they considered their biggest offseason need by acquiring Pro Bowl defensive end/outside linebacker Chandler Jones from the New England Patriots. The Cardinals sent guard Jonathan Cooper and a second-round pick in this year's draft to the Patriots in a deal that was pending the two players passing physicals.  

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    Cardinals agree to terms with TE Gresham, sign DT Bryant

    The Arizona Cardinals have agreed to terms on another one-year deal with tight end Jermaine Gresham and re-signed defensive tackle Red Bryant to a one-year contract. 

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    Cardinals announce signing of Tyvon Branch

    The Arizona Cardinals have announced the signing of free agent safety Tyvon Branch to a two-year contract. 

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    Cardinals were magnificent at times, but awful in the end

    At their best, the Arizona Cardinals were magnificent, but boy was it a brutal ending. The magnitude of their 49-15 thumping at the hands of the Carolina Panthers in the NFC championship game made it hard to appreciate the record-breaking season that it was. 

  • Cardinals' 7 turnovers lead to loss in NFC title game

    Carson Palmer couldn't hold onto the football against a relentless defense, causing one of the NFL's best offenses to sputter. And his defense couldn't come up with the hard-hitting stops needed to salvage any momentum. 

  • Carolina Panthers' Cam Newton talks to Arizona Cardinals' Larry Fitzgerald after the NFL football NFC Championship game Sunday, Jan. 24, 2016, in Charlotte, N.C. The Panthers won 49-15 to advance to the Super Bowl. (Source: AP Photo/Chuck Burton)

    SLIDESHOW: NFC Championship Game — Cardinals vs. Panthers

    With Super Bowl 50 on the line the Arizona Cardinals and the Carolina Panthers faced off at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte Sunday, both teams intent on taking home the NFC title and making their way to Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, CA in two weeks. [MOBILE: Click/tap here for slideshow] Copyright 2016 KPHO/KTVK (KPHO Broadcasting Corporation). All rights reserved.

  • Heisman Trophy winners Newton, Palmer meet in NFC title game

    The Arizona Cardinals are focusing on Cam Newton, who has a few things in common with Carson Palmer. Both were Heisman Trophy winners. Both were No. 1 overall draft picks. And both have strong arms.

  • Thousands cheer AZ Cardinals at 'Big Red Send-Off'

    "We're prepared for the weather, we're prepared for the Carolina Panthers, now it's about going out and getting it finished," Cardinals Team President Michael Bidwill said. 

  • Plenty of intrigue in Cardinals-Panthers in NFC title game

    Both franchises have been to the Super Bowl and lost close contests. New England beat Carolina 32-29 after the 2003 season, and Pittsburgh edged Arizona 27-23 for the 2009 championship.

  • Orangutan celebrates birthday with Cardinals gear!

    Even the creatures at the Phoenix Zoo are getting into the Cardinals spirit! The zoo celebrated Bornean orangutan Kasih's 10th birthday on Saturday.  

  • Panthers DT Short presents big challenge for Cardinals

    Josh Noman has some advice for Carson Palmer if he sees Carolina Panthers defensive tackle Kawann "KK" Short heading his way on Sunday in the NFC championship game.

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    Arizona, North Carolina governors wager on NFC Championship

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has made a wager with North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory on who will win Sunday's NFC championship game. 

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    Panthers DT Short presents big challenge for Cardinals

    Josh Noman has some advice for Carson Palmer if he sees Carolina Panthers defensive tackle Kawann "KK" Short heading his way on Sunday 

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    Cardinals history has not-so-normal moments

    It's always an exciting moment when the team in red and white takes the field at University of Phoenix Stadium. The Big Red Siren is cranked as the team runs out through pillars of fire. The crowd erupts as the public address announcer announces in excitement, “Ladies and gentlemen, your Arizona Normals!”  Arizona Normals? Yes, it was one of the team's first nicknames, going back to before the NFL even existed.

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    Cardinals fans cheer, #BeRedSeeRed at Big Red Rage

    The Red Sea rose up for a Big Red Rage rally Thursday evening. Thousands of Cardinals fans have not stopped cheering since Saturday's win over the Packers, and could not wait until Sunday's NFC Championship game to start cheering again.

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    Arizona Cardinals dominating social media

    The Arizona Cardinals are the talk of social media. This past week, the Cardinals grew to No. 1 in the NFL for Facebook growth and No. 2 for both Twitter and Instagram.

  • Fitzgerald pens letter to fans

    The Cardinals spent Sunday celebrating Larry Fitzgerald's performance in overtime on Saturday night in the playoffs against the Packers.   Fitzgerald appears to have spent his time penning a letter to fans. 

  • Fitzgerald is SI Cover Boy

    Larry Fitzgerald's performance in overtime will be remembered for a long time by Cardinals fans.  Now, they own that moment forever.  

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    Cardinals running game sputtering heading into NFC showdown

    The Arizona Cardinals' once robust running game has all but vanished in recent weeks. Now the team has to try to rediscover it while facing the punishing defense of the Carolina Panthers. 

  • Carry Larry Fitzgerald in your wallet with new 'Fitz' debit card

    In celebration of the Arizona Cardinals NFL playoff run, Desert Schools Federal Credit Union has released its new Larry Fitzgerald Visa debit card for pre-order. 

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    After wild victory, Cardinals' Arians eyes tough Panthers

    His first playoff victory as an NFL head coach behind him, Arizona's Bruce Arians turned his attention to Carolina and the challenge of facing the powerful Panthers on the road. 

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    Panthers to meet Cardinals in NFC championship game

    Cam Newton. Larry Fitzgerald. Two of the biggest stars playing for the two highest scoring teams with a Super Bowl berth on the line. Welcome to the NFC championship game - the Arizona Cardinals and Carolina Panthers next Sunday in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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    Cardinals' win earns best Saturday night divisional rating

    The Cardinals' overtime playoff win over the Packers is the highest-rated Saturday prime-time divisional game since the NFL instituted the time slot in 2001. 

  • It’s Cardinals vs. Panthers for NFC crown next Sunday

    The title game will be played at the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, NC, on Sunday, Jan. 24 at 4:40 p.m. Phoenix time. 

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    Cardinals knock off Packers 26-20 in NFC playoffs

    Larry Fitzgerald's touchdown moved the Cardinals (14-3) into the NFC championship game against Carolina or Seattle, and sent the Packers to another what-could-have-been offseason.

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    Cardinals' "Hail Larry" trumps Rodgers' Hail Mary

    After being forced into overtime by another Hail Mary from Aaron Rodgers, the Arizona Cardinals wasted no time calling for the "Hail Larry" to get to the NFC title game.

  • Cards win! And fans out in full force for big game

     The Arizona Cardinals pulled it off, winning a nail-biter of a game against the Green Bay Packers.

  • PHOTOS: Packers take on the Cardinals in divisional game

    Cardinals fans are hoping for a repeat of December's game against the Packers.  

  • Fans get pumped Cardinals pre-game rally

     The activity level around the University of Phoenix Stadium is picking up as hundreds of fans arrive early to participate in a host of events prior to the Cardinals-Packers game Saturday night.

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