The 2017 NFL Draft has come and gone and yet again, the Arizona Cardinals have failed to draft a quarterback, or let alone an heir...
The Arizona Cardinals and quarterback Blaine Gabbert have reportedly agreed to a one-year deal for the veteran minimum. Blaine Gabbert is expected to sign a...
The Arizona Cardinals have one of the more interesting plot lines as the NFL Draft rolls around, especially on the heels of our first look at their 2017 schedule.
The Arizona Cardinals still look to be entertaining the idea of a quarterback in the first round of next week's NFL Draft.
The Arizona Cardinals are the recipient of a failing grade from Brent Sobleski at Bleacher Report. It's a grade well deserved.
The Arizona Cardinals have a lot of questions about what to do with their first round pick later this month.
The Arizona Cardinals look to be taking their flirtation with drafting a quarterback to the next level, and they should. This chance may not come again.
Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians isn't planning on getting caught without a game plan for the Rams game in London, and actually being in London.
The Arizona Cardinals will be drafting a quarterback next month when the 2017 NFL Draft commences in Philadelphia. Hopefully sooner rather than later.
It's inevitable with every team, and in Phoenix, the Cardinals are faced with two key players at two key positions who have grown very long in the tooth.
The Arizona Cardinals have a rare opportunity that a lot of teams drafting in the first round rarely have: drafting a quarterback to sit and watch.
New and notes from the desert include the Cardinals resigning Frostee Rucker, Justin Bethel takes a pay cut, and kicker Phil Dawson signs.
The Raiders continue to look for secondary help. Free agent Tony Jefferson made his feelings known via social media. Time will tell.