Arizona Cardinals Wiretap

Bruce Arians Expected To Be On Sidelines For Cardinals

Nov 23, 2016 9:05 AM

Bruce Arians returned to work on Tuesday after being admitted to the hospital on Monday.

He is expected to be back on the sidelines Sunday when the Arizona Cardinals travel to face the Atlanta Falcons.

Arians underwent testing for symptoms related to chest pains. He was released from the hospital Monday night.

The coach was hospitalized earlier this year after dealing with symptoms associated with Diverticulitis, a condition which affects the digestive tract.

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Bruce Arians Hospitalized With Chest Pains

Nov 21, 2016 2:35 PM

Bruce Arians was taken to the hospital Sunday night, but the team says test results "have come back favorably."

"After returning home from Minnesota, Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians was experiencing discomfort and not feeling well during the night. His wife took him to a local hospital to be evaluated," the Cardinals said in a statement. "All tests conducted so far have come back favorably. He remains in the hospital for continued evaluation."

Arians was hospitalized because of chest pains, sources close to the situation told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

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Bears, Jets, Broncos, Cardinals Could Pursue Tony Romo In 2017

Nov 16, 2016 11:13 AM

There are four teams that Tony Romo could end up on next season if his situation with the Dallas Cowboys behind Dak Prescott remains unchanged.

In no particular order, Adam Schefter reports Romo could end up on the Chicago Bears, New York Jets, Denver Broncos or Arizona Cardinals.

If Prescott continues to merit playing as the starter, the Cowboys would struggle to carry Romo's $14 million base salary.

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Tyrann Mathieu Rails Against Cardinals' Offense After Tie

Oct 24, 2016 7:37 AM

Tyrann Mathieu was frustrated with the Arizona Cardinals' offense and special teams after the team tied with the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday night.

"It's a team sport," Mathieu said. "When the defense is playing well, the offense has to complement us, special teams has to complement everybody, (and) vice versa."

The Cardinals held the Seahawks to their fewest total yards and rushing yards in a game this season.

The Arizona offense failed to score a touchdown despite having eight drives that ended in Seattle territory, including six inside the 30.

Arizona's special teams had three costly mishaps -- a blocked field goal, a blocked punt and a missed game-winning field goal in overtime.

"It's upsetting," Mathieu said. "It's a team sport. We all got to get held accountable. We got to better on special teams. Offensively, we got to score points and defensively we got to create turnovers."

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Carson Palmer Takes Day Off To Rest Arm

Oct 20, 2016 7:49 AM

Carson Palmer didn't throw any passes during Wednesday's practice in an effort to rest his throwing arm.

The Arizona Cardinals played on Monday Night Football this past week.

"There's no doubt, with that short week we had going into San Francisco and then having all that time off, whether you're 36 or 26, you're going to feel great coming off that week," Palmer said.

Palmer normally doesn't take part in a full Wednesday practice, instead making about a third of the throws he would during a typical practice.

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Cardinals Haven't Been As Successful On Deep Plays

Oct 17, 2016 8:32 AM

The Arizona Cardinals have connected on 19 pass plays of 20 or more yards through five games this season.

The Cardinals call those "explosive" plays and they had the third-most such plays last season with 65.

"We just ain't hitting them," Bruce Arians said.

The coach sees receivers dropping passes and quarterbacks underthrowing them.

"There have been some that I've underthrown. There's been some that they just played coverage and they were basically long throwaways. So, there's been a mix of reasons," Carson Palmer said. "We always love to take those shots. If they're there, we'll take them. If they're not, we won't take them. But, got to continue to improve on it and get better."

Of Arizona's 19 explosive plays, six came in Week 2 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

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NFL Changes Start Times For Two Week 8 Games

Oct 12, 2016 4:10 PM

The NFL has announced changes to the start times for a pair of Week 8 games on Sunday, Oct. 30.

The Green Bay Packers at Atlanta Falcons game will kick off at 4:25 p.m. ET (previously scheduled at 1 p.m.) on FOX, while the Arizona Cardinals at Carolina Panthers game moves to 1:00 p.m. ET (originally scheduled for 4:25 p.m.) on FOX.

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Cardinals Clear Carson Palmer To Practice

Oct 12, 2016 9:15 AM

The Arizona Cardinals have cleared Carson Palmer to return to practice.

Palmer didn't play in Arizona's Thursday night victory over the San Francisco 49ers last week as he was in the concussion protocol.

The Cardinals will face the New York Jets on Monday night.

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Cardinals Place Evan Mathis On Injured Reserve

Oct 8, 2016 5:24 PM

The Arizona Cardinals have placed Evan Mathis on injured reserve.

The Cardinals signed offensive tackle Ulrick John off the Miami Dolphins' practice squad to fill Mathis' roster spot.

Mathis, 34, has been hampered by foot and ankle injuries this season, his first with the Cardinals.

Mathis suffered a mid-foot injury in Week 1 against New England and turf toe in Week 2 against Tampa Bay. He missed Week 3's loss at Buffalo but returned for Week 4 against Los Angeles and half of Week 5 against San Francisco on Thursday night.

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Cardinals Rule Out Carson Palmer Against 49ers

Oct 5, 2016 4:04 PM

The Arizona Cardinals have ruled out Carson Palmer for Thursday night's game against the San Francisco Giants.

Drew Stanton will make his first start of the season.

Palmer suffered a concussion in a Week 4 loss to the Los Angeles Rams.

The Cardinals, expected to contend for a Super Bowl berth, stand at 1-3.

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Carson Palmer In Concussion Protocol, Unlikely To Play In Week 5
Carson Palmer was placed in the NFL's concussion protocol following a hit in the fourth quarter of Week 4.

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Bruce Arians: Carson Palmer Was 'Trade Of The Century'
Nearly four years after the Cardinals acquired Carson Palmer for a sixth-round pick and a swap of seventh-round selections, Bruce Arians praised Steve Keim's work.

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Bruce Arians: Our Job Is To Make The Game Better, Not Just Win Games
Bruce Arians wants his players to have smaller classrooms to learn the game better.

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Larry Fitzgerald Catches 100th TD, Shrugs Off Retirement Reports
Larry Fitzgerald caught a pair of touchdown passes against the Patriots on Sunday night, giving him 100 for his career.

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Bruce Arians Released From Hospital
Bruce Arians said his overnight hospital stay was due to diverticulitis, an existing condition that flared up before practice on Tuesday.

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Bruce Arians Taken To Hospital With Stomach Pains
Bruce Arians was taken to a San Diego-area hospital by ambulance before Tuesday night's practice at Qualcomm Stadium.

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Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals Agree Upon Extension
Larry Fitzgerald caught a career-high 109 passes for 1,215 yards and nine touchdowns in 2015.

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Cardinals Sign Carson Palmer To One-Year Extension
Carson Palmer will get a $6.75 million signing bonus, plus $15.5 million in salary and bonuses fully guaranteed in 2017.

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Tyrann Mathieu, Cardinals Agree Upon Five-Year, $62.5M Extension
The deal includes $40 million in guarantees for Tyrann Mathieu.

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Darnell Dockett Retires From NFL
Darnell Dockett last played in 2013 after tearing his ACL before the 2014 season.

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Dennis Green Dies At Age 67
Former Vikings and Cardinals coach Dennis Green died Friday morning at the age of 67.

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Larry Fitzgerald Has 'A Lot Of Good Football Left'
Larry Fitzgerald, who entered the NFL as a first-round pick in 2004, says he has a lot of football left.

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Calais Campbell: 'Licking My Chops' To Face Jimmy Garoppolo
The Patriots open the season against the Cardinals and are expected to be without Tom Brady after the U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals denied the quarterback's petition to rehear his suspension c

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Patrick Peterson Means 'Much More' To His Team Than Other Top CBs
Patrick Peterson is shrugging off the idea that some of his peers might get more attention and indicated that he feels he brings more value to his team.

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Drew Stanton Excepts Chance To Start When Carson Palmer Retires
Drew Stanton could have chased a bigger, more promising deal this offseason, but he ultimately re-signed with the Cardinals for $6.5 million over two years.

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Cory Redding Announces Retirement After 13 Seasons
Cory Redding played in 12 games on the defensive line for the Cardinals last season.

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Patrick Peterson Predicting 'Great Year' For J.J. Nelson
J.J. Nelson had 11 receptions for 299 yards and two touchdowns in 2015.

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Bruce Arians Felt Betrayed By Steelers In 2012
Bruce Arians moved onto the Colts before becoming head coach of the Cardinals in 2013.

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Larry Fitzgerald Has 'No Idea' If 2016 Could Be His Final Season
Larry Fitzgerald had a resurgent season in 2015, catching 109 balls for 1,215 yards and nine touchdowns.

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Tyrann Mathieu Could Become NFL's Richest Safety
The Cardinals and Tyrann Mathieu could agree upon an extension that makes him the richest safety in the NFL.

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