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Cardinals players all smiles as end of training camp approaches

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- So what's with those smiles on the faces of Arizona Cardinals players? Thursday was the last full day of training camp. The team breaks camp following a Friday morning practice two days ahead of the third preseason game in Oakland. That's welcome news to just about everyone. Camp started July 31 with a fitness test, with the first practice the following day. Four...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Cardinals optimistic Michael Floyd will be ready for season opener

It's been three weeks since Michael Floyd dislocated three fingers at practice. But head coach Bruce Arians remains optimistic he'll be ready to go for the season opener vs. the Saints on Sept. 13.“I wouldn’t be shocked if he was ready,” Arians said, via the team website. Floyd had the stitches from his hand removed last week, but has yet to try catching passes. If Floyd...
Via Fox Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Bruce Arians rips NFL preseason officiating

Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians was none too happy with the eight-person officiating crew that oversaw Saturday night’s preseason game against the San Diego Chargers. In fact, that is putting it mildly. “Don’t ask me about officials,” Arians said (h/t ESPN), when prodded about the experimental eight-person officiating crews. “Please. That’s why I’m hoarse...
Via Sportsnaut
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Bruce Arians to Todd Bowles: 'If you need to vent, let me know'

Todd Bowles hadn’t even reached the opening game of his first season as the New York Jets head coach by the time disaster struck the team’s locker room. Reserve linebacker IK Enemkpali punched Geno Smith, breaking the quarterback’s jaw and sidelining him for 6-10 weeks. After the incident, Bowles received a friendly offer from his former boss, Bruce Arians. According to Jenny...
Via Sportsnaut
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Chris Johnson: Can veteran RB revive his career with the Cardinals?

Chris Johnson hasn’t been viewed as a superstar running back for the past few seasons, but the Arizona Cardinals decided to give him another chance to prove himself during the 2015 season. They signed him to a one-year deal and Bruce Arians has made it clear that they will give him an opportunity to win the starting job away from Andre Ellington if he can play consistently good...
Via This Given Sunday
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Bruce Arians: Chris Johnson is 'not promised anything'

Chris Johnson and the Arizona Cardinals recently agreed to a one-year deal, but the veteran running back has no guarantees other than a chance to earn a place on the 53-man roster. According to Darren Urban of the team’s official site, head coach Bruce Arians said he promised nothing to Johnson or tight end Jermaine Greshman. Arians said he told both CJohnson and Gresham...
Via Sportsnaut
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Cardinals bringing in RB Chris Johnson for workout

Dissatisfied with his current stable of running backs, Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians is reportedly bringing in Chris Johnson for a workout. Always on top of things of this nature, Jay Glazer scooped this story, noting the running back will also be undergoing a physical to see if he’s up for the rigors of an NFL season. At 29 years old, Johnson is certainly the best...
Via Sportsnaut
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Cardinals HC Bruce Arians calls Jen Welter a 'trailblazer'

The Arizona Cardinals on Tuesday formally introduced Jen Welter, who is believed to be the first woman to ever serve on an NFL coaching staff in any capacity. It goes without saying that Welter, who will serve as a summer coaching intern and work with the team’s inside linebackers, is indebted to Cardinals head coach...Read More The post Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians calls...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
July 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Arizona Cardinals make Jen Welter first female NFL coach

The concept of female NFL coaches may seem foreign, but the idea is not too far-fetched. In fact, a woman was just brought in by the Arizona Cardinals in a coaching capacity and is believed to be the first woman to ever hold a coaching position in the NFL. The Cardinals on Monday brought in...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
July 27, 2015  |  Discuss

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