PFW personnel analyst Nolan Nawrocki breaks down the strengths and weaknesses of the NFL's top blitzing 'backer, Daryl Washington.
PFW's Dan Arkush focuses on Niners RBs Frank Gore and Kendall Hunter vs. Arizona's run defense in the Week Eight Monday-night game.
PFW executive editor Dan Arkush offers his weekly team-by-team take on the state for the NFC West.
The Cardinals announced Thursday that they have agreed to terms on a new six-year contract with rising ILB Daryl Washington.
Up-and-coming Cardinals ILB Daryl Washington told PFW that he would like nothing more than to be a member of the Cardinals his entire career.
With five wins in their last six games, the Cardinals have all of a sudden turned into a real diamond in the rough the second half of the season.
The Cardinals' defense is making major progress at linebacker, where second-year pros Daryl Washington and O'Brien Schofield and rookie Sam Acho are coming on strong.
Here's a key matchup to watch in Sunday's Vikings-Cardinals game.
It appears the inside story on the Cardinals' inside-linebacker lineup has become a study in contrast.
While the Cardinals have only just begun to formulate their plans for the upcoming draft, team insiders believe the team will be counting on significant contributions in 2011 from their top four picks in last year's draft.
Walter Thurmond is a good bet to unseat Kelly Jennings as Seattle's starting right cornerback in 2011, according to NFC Whispers.
Although St. Louis' offensive guards have been the subjects of considerable criticism, we hear that highly paid C Jason Brown has been a weak link, too. Read about this and more in NFC West Whispers.
One team insider can't understand why Chilo Rachal is starting at right guard for the 49ers ahead of Adam Snyder, according to NFC West Whispers.
Word from Green Bay, according to our latest "Whispers," is that undrafted rookie Sam Shields has moved all the way up to the third CB spot for the Packers.
When it comes to the Cardinals’ depth chart, we hear looks are more than a bit deceiving in the cases of first-round draft pick Dan Williams and second-round pick Daryl Washington.
Second-year man Jonathan Casillas has surprised observers by capturing the Saints' starting weak-side LB job, according to "NFC Whispers."
The Cardinals have announced the signing of second-round ILB Daryl Washington to a four-year contract, leaving first-round DT Dan Williams as the only unsigned drafted rookie on the team.
We hear 2010 first-round draft pick Dan Williams will have to look "pretty bad" not to beat out incumbent Bryan Robinson for the Cardinals' starting NT job.
For the Cardinals to have any chance of remaining the kingpin in the NFC West, second-round LB Daryl Washington must begin effectively filling Karlos Dansby's industrial-sized shoes as soon as possible.