The Cardinals released SS Adrian Wilson on Friday. The 33-year old has played in 181 games for the Cardinals in 12 seasons.
The Cardinals appear to be limping toward the finish line to complete a dismal season that was once filled with promise.
Today’s Key matchup focuses on the Cardinals' secondary vs. the Rams' receivers in this week’s Thursday-night game in St. Louis.
Team insiders agree that Cardinals veteran SS Adrian Wilson really put his money where his mouth is when he agreed to take what amounts to a $10 million paycut.
The Cardinals signed S Adrian Wilson to a contract extension through 2015, the team confirmed Tuesday.
In the past six weeks or so, SS Adrian Wilson appears to have regained his Pro Bowl-caliber form after having a hard time initially adapting to defensive coordinator Ray Horton's revamped scheme.
The last thing the Cardinals' secondary needed was the loss of starting FS Kerry Rhodes for a month or so after undergoing surgery for a broken bone in his left foot.
Daiiy team observers believe a lack of leadership in the Cardinals' defense has been clearly evident in the season's early stages.
In the early stages of training camp, word is the verdict remains out on three of the Cardinals' four starting positions in the secondary.
Cardinals SS Adrian Wilson will undergo an MRI after suffering an injury to his elbow or bicep in practice on Saturday.
The Cardinals are planning on holding a player-led minicamp sometime in the next few weeks, and while they aren't sure exactly where it will be taking place, the team could be heading north to Minnesota.
A torn abductor muscle might have been at least partially responsible for what daily Cardinals observers considered probably the worst season of veteran SS Adrian Wilson's career.
When Cardinals SS Adrian Wilson criticized some teammates for being too lax, one player he was almost certainly referring to was Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, according to our NFC West Whispers.
The natives are getting increasingly restless in the desert, with the heat that has been on the Cardinals’ punchless offense all season catching up to a defense in major meltdown mode.
After looking awful on both sides of the ball in their 36-18 loss to a Seahawks team that couldn’t have been more awful itself the previous two games, the Cardinals look like dead meat in the desert.
Here's a key matchup heading into Sunday's Vikings-Cardinals game in Minnesota.
This week, PFW selects Texans RB Arian Foster, Cardinals S Adrian Wilson and Patriots WR Brandon Tate as its Players of the Week.
While the Cardinals have made news mostly for their QB situation recently, they changed the tone Wednesday, signing DT Darnell Dockett to a four-year contract extension.
The Cardinals’ Web site revealed Wednesday that the team has agreed on a one-year deal with unrestricted free agent S Matt Ware.
While he has definitely had better years, team insiders agree that versatile veteran SS Adrian Wilson deserved his third Pro Bowl selection in the last four seasons.