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.
Texans head coach Gary Kubiak and Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt will join this year's USO tour to the Persian Gulf to meet and greet members of the U.S. military.
It appears the competition for the Cardinals' second and third receiver spots behind Larry Fitzgerald couldn't be more wide open, with second-year pro Andre Roberts ready to contend for a bigger role.
The Cardinals' four-headed backfield of Beanie Wells, Ryan Williams, Tim Hightower and LaRod Stephens-Howling might not be such a bad idea after all.
We hear the lockout is doing Cardinals fourth-round rookie Sam Acho no favors as far as earning an immediate starting berth at one of the team's OLB positions.
The Cardinals will lock out their non-contracted employees starting next week, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Our sources in the desert are having a difficult time trying to determine just what exactly the Cardinals might have in mind at running back after their very surprising second-round selection of RB Ryan Williams.
OG Alan Faneca announced his retirement on Tuesday, ending a 13-year career where he was one of the best players at his position.
With NFL teams stuck in a state of limbo thanks to the lockout, we are looking at where teams stand as they await the opening of the 2011 league year. Today, we take a look at the Cardinals.
The Cardinals have had preliminary discussions with the Broncos concerning QB Kyle Orton, according to 3TV Sports in Arizona.
Don't look now, but it doesn't seem like a stretch to predict that Cardinals third-round draft pick Rob Housler, who spent a lot of time stretching the seams at Florida Atlantic, could actually be in the running for ...
With the Cardinals' RB plans looking as clear as mud, it would be a mistake to put much fantasy stock in second-round RB Ryan Williams.
Nobody in the desert could honestly say they saw the selection of Virginia Tech RB Ryan Williams coming in the second round early Friday evening.
With the Cardinals passing on a quarterback with their first pick in the draft, they now can turn towards their biggest need. And the way we hear it, it could be Eagles QB Kevin Kolb.
The NFL selected Arizona and Tampa Bay as the two finalists to host the 2015 Super Bowl.