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BRUCE ARIANS RUMORS & GOSSIP

NFL Notes: Cardinals, Chargers, Cowboys, Jets, & Texans

Cardinals HC Bruce Arians referred to Ted Larsen as the starting left guard. (Mike Jurecki) Chargers WR Vincent Brown has not practiced since July 25 due to a calf injury. (Tom Krasovic) Undrafted DL Tenny Palepoi is a “viable option” to make the active roster with Lawrence Guy missing time due to a shoulder injury. (Eric D. Williams) Receivers Javontee Herndon, Tevin...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Bruce Arians makes the Arizona Cardinals run, again

The Arizona Cardinals might lead the league in lateral speed after the latest blow-up at training camp. According to Fox Sports, head coach Bruce Arians made his players run after another fight broke out in practice. Seeing how Arians has zero tolerance for that kind of crap, he made the whole team run sideline-to-sideline sprints known as gassers. After a few gassers, Arians did...
Via cover32 - Cardinals
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Bruce Arians not impressed wuth Jonathan Cooper’s play

  Mandatory Credit: (USATSI) With the seventh overall pick of the 2013 NFL Draft, the Arizona Cardinals selected Jonathan Cooper, an offensive guard from North Carolina.  Unfortunately, Cooper did not manage to play a down in the 2013 regular season for the Cardinals as he suffered a broken leg in preseason and was put on season ending injured reserve. The injury is now healed...
Via Phoenix Sports-Kings
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians ranked 10th best in NFL, full top-20 revealed

When cover32 released its list of the top 10 coaches in the NFL today, there were some people angry about their favorite team’s leader not making the list. It made for a bit of spirited debate in the “Comments” section below the article. And it also begged another question: How close was Mr. Irate Fan’s HC to making the list? To provide an answer, the editors at cover32 have...
Via cover32 - Cardinals
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Camp his next gear as Cardinals put on pads

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Odd as it may sound, Cardinals coach Bruce Arians could breathe Monday knowing his players finally would be hitting each other. "We were very fortunate yesterday because we were way too active to be in shorts," Arians said. "I was holding my breath a little bit. But it was an outstanding practice." Training camp moved into the next gear Monday...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Bruce Arians cried after learning of Vick Ballard’s injury

News of Vick Ballard's season-ending injury apparently has reverberated far beyond Indianapolis. According to reporter Darren Urban, Cardinals coach Bruce Arians cried upon learning that Ballard suffered a torn left Achilles tendon during Friday's training camp practice. https://twitter.com/Cardschatter/status/493097455748018176 For those wondering about the connection...
Via Helmet2Helmet
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians: Defense getting stronger

Cardinals coach Bruce Arians didn't sound as if he was whistling past a graveyard or wishing upon a star when asked about his defense on Wednesday. He seemed sincere when he said the group should be better against the run than last year and that the secondary is "as strong as I've ever been around." And entering his 22nd year coaching in the NFL, Arians has been...
Via Pro Sports Daily
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians named top-10 in the NFL

Typically speaking, sports fans tend to worry about two things – the past and the future. They’ll debate who was the greatest player of all-time, while also spending hours discussing whether or not a rookie is going to be develop into an All-Pro. Both are fun exercises, things that keep fans engaged and the beer flowing at the local tavern. But they miss out on what is most important...
Via cover32 - Cardinals
July 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Bruce Arians now has believers in Arizona

In spring 2013, Bruce Arians sounded delusional when he said the Arizona Cardinals could contend for the NFC West title. He's saying the same thing in 2014, and far more people are taking him seriously. The Cardinals finished 10-6 in Arians' first season as head coach, and a year's experience in his system should make them better in many ways. The offensive players...
Via Pro Sports Daily
July 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Bruce Arians delivers tough message at end of mini-camp

The Arizona Cardinals have their calendar empty for about six weeks until training camp opens at University of Phoenix Stadium. Mini camp wrapped up yesterday but the process of being ready doesn’t stop just because mini camp is over. Arians delivered a solid quote at the end of yesterday’s session. “This is the beginning,” Arians said in a Kyle Odegard article on the team’s...
Via cover32 - Cardinals
June 13, 2014  |  Discuss
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