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Arizona Cardinals 2014 News and Updates
9/9/14 - Just a week ago, the San Diego Chargers and Arizona Cardinals met in the last preseason tuneup for each team, in a mostly lackluster affair where all the scoring was done by placekickers kicking field goals. Not this time. In a game that counted, the Cards, behind the arm of Carson Palmer, rallied to nip the Bolts at the end, 18-17, as little-heralded rookie John Brown reeled in the winning score late in the fourth quarter. Palmer was 24-for-37 passing with 304 yards and two touchdown passes; receiver Michael Floyd grabbed five of those balls for 119 yards, while Ted Ginn Jr. grabbed two passes for 29 yards. San Diego’s running game was stopped nearly cold by the Arizona defense, collecting just 52 yards rushing for the game; Ryan Mathews rushed 12 times for 40 yards and a TD. San Diego QB Philip Rivers passed for 238 yards in the loss with one scoring strike and an interception, on 21 completions.
9/4/14 - In the final preseason game for the Arizona Cardinals, placekicker Chandler Catanzaro kicked three field goals but was outdone by San Diego’s placekicker in a 12-9 loss last weekend. With the Cardinals scheduled to face off against the Chargers in the opening weekend of the regular season (the late game in the first Monday night doubleheader), none of either team’s regular starters played; the Cardinals’ quarterbacking duties were handled by Logan Thomas, who completed just nine of 21 attempts for 73 yards, along with an interception in the fourth quarter. Thomas was also sacked three times.
8/27/14 - The Arizona Cardinals took on quarterback Carson Palmer’s former team, Cincinnati, last weekend, and Palmer threw a pass during the game that resulted in a touchdown…but unfortunately, Palmer’s “scoring throw” was a pick-six interception that went directly to a Bengal defensive back when intended receiver Larry Fitzgerald ran the wrong route on the play, en route to a 19-13 loss to the Bengals. The Cardinals were unable to muster much in the way of offense themselves, with just one touchdown on a 30-yard pass from Drew Stanton to John Brown, and a pair of field goals, one each from Jay Feely and Chandler Catanzaro, who are competing for the starting job.
8/21/14 - With Carson Palmer at the controls for two series, the Arizona Cardinals looked good, and scored on their first drive of the game, a nine-play, 93-yard piece of work; but much of the rest of the game belonged to host Minnesota, who ralled in the fourth behind rookie Teddy Bridgewater for a 30-28 win. Palmer was 4-for-8 in his two series, for 91 yards, while Drew Stanton completed six of eight for 81 yards, including a three-yard scoring pass to former basketball player Darren Fells, now a tight end for the Cards. Running back Robert Hughes was the leading rusher for Arizona, with just nine carries for 26 yards, but found the end zone on a two-yard run in the third quarter.
8/14/14 - With Larry Fitzgerald potentially having one year left due to a increased salary cap hit in 2015, the Arizona Cardinals may need someone to take his place. Enter veteran Ted Ginn Jr., previously with Miami, San Francisco, and most recently Carolina. Ginn made a name for himself as a speedy receiver and kick returner at Ohio State (including having his own song by the Columbus band Dead Schembechlers, “Tedd (sic) Ginn Did Everythin’”); he returned the opening kickoff of the 2007 national-title game for a touchdown (which, unfortunately for Buckeye fans, was the high point of the game). But Ginn now wants to be known less for kick returns and more for catching passes; in 2008, he snagged 56 balls for the Dolphins, his career high-water mark.
7/31/14 - The Arizona Cardinals made their shutdown cornerback, Patrick Peterson, the highest-paid at his position earlier this week when they signed him to a five year contract extension valued at $70 million, with $48 million of that in guaranteed money – unless he is released for skill or salary-cap purposes. Peterson is now under contract to the Cards through the 2020 season; he is the first player from the opening round of the 2011 draft, the first under the current collective-bargaining agreement, to do so. The agreement placed certainlimitations on rookie contracts, which made executing the extension more difficult, but team officials and Peterson’s agents were able to strike a deal once the final obstacles were cleared.
7/24/14 - A tough break for the Arizona Cardinals as training camps open around the league: The team placed safety Tyrann Mathieu on the PUP (physically unable to perform) list this week. There is some question as to whether Mathieu will heal quickly enough from torn ligaments in a knee so that he can take part in early-camp drills – hence the procedural move by the Cards until Mathieu can be cleared by the team’s medical staff to begin practicing. While the move could be reversed at any time during training camp, Mathieu’s questionable status for the beginning of the season has some thinking that he could possibly be held out for the first six weeks of the regular season.
7/10/14 - How confident is Arizona Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald in his team? As it turns out, very. Fitzgerald told ESPN recently that he and his teammates think they can not only win the NFC West, but the conference title in 2014. Fitzgerald said, “We always talk about winning the NFC West, that’s our goal first and foremost, getting to the playoffs.” On the lighter side, the NFL on ESPN program tweeted out an interesting statistic on Fitzgerald – he was targeted 136 times in 2013, and had ONE drop. Fitzgerald’s response was to apologize.
6/26/14 - For Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians, there was one name at the top of his list to call when he needed a veteran presence in his offensive backfield – that of Jonathan Dwyer, last with Pittsburgh. While it’s not clear yet exactly what role Dwyer will play – maybe a starter, maybe a key backup – one thing is for certain, and that’s how easily Dwyer has fit into Arians’ system as he’s implemented it in Arizona, and as a veteran. “Whenever the guys ask me questions, I try to…just help them learn,” Dwyer told the Arizona Republic recently. “My ideal situation is to do whatever I can to earn as many carries as I possibly can and do whatever I can to help the team win,” he also said.
6/19/14 - Quarterback Kurt Warner, who set an NFL record for most yards passing in a postseason while leading the Arizona Cardinals to their lone Super Bowl appearance in 2008, will be inducted into the team’s Ring of Honor this fall, team president Michael Bidwill announced this week. The induction ceremony will take place at halftime of the Cards’ season-opening Monday Night Football game against San Diego on September 8. Warner, who came to the Cardinals after spending time with the New York Giants, and two other Super Bowl runs with St. Louis, engineered his own comeback to prominence in 2008 after having lost his starting job in 2006 when the team drafted USC’s Heisman Trophy winning signal-caller Matt Leinart.
6/16/14 - What a way to start your pro career. Arizona Cardinals rookie safety Deone Bucannon, according to the Arizona Republic newspaper, has been sidelined with a case of turf toe and has been attending practices as a mere observer. This news comes on the much more positive item that Bucannon signed his first pro contract, clearing that matter out of the way in short order. While the newspaper’s reporter noted that a June case of turf toe is unlikely to linger into training camp, it does put a hamper on Bucannon’s ability to prove himself worthy of a starting position for the Cards.
6/4/14 - The hammer blows keep falling on the Arizona Cardinals defense. Safety Tyrann Mathieu, the former college “Honey Badger,” is rehabbing from surgery to repair not one, but two ligaments. They lost a starting linebacker to free agency, and have now lost 2012 Pro Bowl linebacker Daryl Washington for the entire year, due to a league-mandated drug policy violation. What this means is that the Cards will have to rebuild their defensive backfield on the fly; so far they have acquired Antonio Cromartie, and expect rookie draftee Deone Bucannon to compete for the starting safety slot. Linebackers Kevin Minter and Larry Foote are expected to fill the empty positions; however Minter played just a single snap last year, and Foote played a single game.
5/29/14 - Last weekend saw the Arizona Cardinals host their rookie minicamp, an opportunity for newly-minted Cardinal players to get a feel for the team’s atmosphere and get more snaps than they normally would during OTAs (organized team activities). Players such as fourth-round quarterback pick Logan Thomas got what he termed “that chance to see things.” Thomas made an impression on top draft choice Deone Bucannon with his size; but Cardinal coaches were concerned that Thomas would zero in on a specific receiver too early in his progressions.
5/23/14 - While the Arizona Cardinals drafted for defense in two out of the first three rounds (Washington State safety Deone Buccanon in the first round, 27th overall; and North Carolina defensive end Kareem Martin in the third round), it’s a late-round quarterback that could end up being the key selection. The Cards took Virginia Tech signal-caller Logan Thomas in the fourth round, a selection that could pay off down the road once he has gotten used to the offense of Bruce Arians, and provide some insurance if the Cardinals lose incumbent starter Carson Palmer to free agency after this season.
5/12/14 - The Arizona Cardinals traded down seven spots to choose Deone Buchannon and add some depth at safety while second-year player Tyrann Mathieu recovers from ACL and LCL tears. The newest addition is larger and faster than the other two top safeties in the 2014 Draft (Dix, Pryor). The Cards picked up the first quarterback on Saturday: Virginia Tech's Logan Thomas (No. 120), an elite physical player. You can't teach athleticism and the Cards proved that with their latest picks. Score Arizona Cardinals tickets now and see if their selections pay off!
4/16/14 - The Arizona Cardinals have been busy in the offseason, acquiring left tackle Jared Veldheer, WR Ted Ginn, RB Jonathan Dwyer and cornerback Antonio Cromartie. Additionally, Carson Palmer has communicated that he understands if the Cards were to pick up another quarterback in the draft, so keep your eyes peeled when the big day rolls around. For preseason 2014, the Cards will open at University of Phoenix Stadium against Houston, in which new Texans head coach Bill O'Brien's will debut the NFL's #1 overall draft pick. In Week 2, Arizona will travel to Minnesota to take on the Vikings, followed by a Sunday Night Football exhibition game (Aug 24) against the Cincinnati Bengals. To close out preseason play, the Cards will play on Aug 28 against the Chargers in San Diego.
2/11/14 – The Cards finished its 2013 campaign at a respectable 10-6 in a tough NFC West Division that saw two teams advance to the 2014 NFC Championship game. WR Larry Fitzgerald scored 10 TDs, the fifth time in ten seasons that the former No.3 draft pick has recorded double-digit touchdowns! If Fitzgerald can fully recover from his hamstring issues, expect another breakout year from the 10-year Cardinal. Another player who suffered from injury last season that could play a huge role in 2014 is Jonathan Cooper (leg). The seventh overall pick is targeting minicamp this season to be ready.
12/23/13 - The Arizona Cardinals have kept playoff hopes alive, after stunning the "unbeatable at home" Seattle Seahawks yesterday, 17-10. Arizona's stout defense beat the Hawks at their own game, snapping their 14-game win streak in notorious CenturyLink Field. This Sunday, Bruce Arians and company will need another statement victory when they host NFC West foes, the San Francisco 49ers, in a must-win game for a chance at a wild card berth. Both teams have proven they may be the only opponents who can trip up Seattle in the postseason, and both are fighting for that final 6th seed spot, so be there to see these dangerous December teams duke it out with their seasons on the line! Arizona Cardinals tickets are some of the most popular of the week, at $362 on average, but just $14 to get-in.
12/16/13 - After blowing a big lead, the Arizona Cardinals recovered in overtime to beat the Tennessee Titans, 37-34. The Cards allowed the Titans to rally back late in the fourth quarter, only to salvage the game with a field goal in overtime—a kick that gave Arizona their sixth success in seven games and assured the franchise’s first winning season in 4 years. The Cardinals are powering forward, just one game behind the 49ers and Panthers for an NFC wildcard berth. Next week, Arizona goes up against division leaders, the Seahawks, for a tough game at CenturyLink Field in Seattle. Arizona Cardinals tickets are the second priciest of the week, at $326 on average and $95 minimum.
12/9/13- The Arizona Cardinals are one step closer to clinching a postseason spot, after routing the St. Louis Rams on Sunday, 10-30. During the matchup, the Cards lost an integral player and one of the league's leading contenders for Defensive Rookie of the Year, Tyrann Mathieu, who tore his LCL and ACL, sidelining him for the rest of the season. This was a much-needed win for the Cardinals, leaving them in the playoff hunt heading into Week 15 amidst a highly competitive NFC West division. Arizona Cardinals tickets are a mere $5 to get into LP Field when they go head to head against the Tennessee Titans next Sunday!
12/2/13 - The Arizona Cardinals were unable to rally against the Philadelphia Eagles, in what was a Sunday morning wildcard playoff preview. Both NFC teams needed the win to hold the tiebreaker in their division for the sixth spot, and though the Cardinals have dominated teams (albeit lower-rung) in the past couple weeks, Nick Foles and company came away victorious, 24-21. Carson Palmer was harassed all day, without ample time in pocket, while the Cards’ defense allowed Philadelphia’s tight ends all the scoring points. Arizona still has a chance at postseason (with help from other faltering NFC teams) so keep your fingers crossed! Arizona Cardinals tickets are only $32 to get in and $100 on average.
11/25/13 - The Arizona Cardinals routed the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday 40-11, proving they are a serious threat in the wildcard race. Carson Palmer played another great game, with multiple touchdown passes in their last four consecutive wins, helping head coach Bruce Arians wreak havoc over his former team yesterday. Next up, the Cardinals will ride the winning momentum into Philadelphia to play the Eagles, hot off the heels of their victory over the Redskins. Don't sleep on these playoff contenders- Arizona Cardinals tickets offer the cheapest get in price, just $7!
11/18/13- The Arizona Cardinals are in the thick of the wildcard race after locking in another win over the Jacksonville Jaguars, 27-14. Carson Palmer played his best of the season, with 419 yards and 2 TDs. At 4-6, they are now a relevant team in the NFC, but next up is a far more formidable opponent than JAX--Arizona pitted against Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts in Week 12. Arizona Cardinals tickets have the cheapest get-in price, at just $6!
11/11/13 - The Arizona Cardinals defeated the Houston Texans on Sunday, 27-24, improving their schedule to 5-4. Carson Palmer had a sound day, with 242 yards, 2 touchdown passes and one interception, but the win can be attributed to Arizona's hard-hitting defense. Players like John Abraham (two sacks) and Matt Shaughnessy (fumble recovered for TD) pounded the Texans into their seventh consecutive loss. Next week the Cardinals have another shot at victory when they visit the Jacksonville Jaguars. Arizona Cardinals tickets are the cheapest of the week by far! At $5 to get in and $32 on average on the road.
11/5/13 - The Arizona Cardinals will be emerging from their bye to face the Houston Texans in Week 10. Prior to their break, Arizona snapped their two-game losing streak with a win over the Atlanta Falcons, and are now resting at 4-4 on the season. In the mean time, Coach Bruce Arians cut rookie tight end D.C. Jefferson following his arrest on DUI charges. In his place, the Cardinals signed Jake Ballard, previously of the New York Giants and New England Patriots. Arizona Cardinals tickets when they host Houston are just $6 to get-in, and $61 on average—the cheapest game of week!
10/28/13 - The Arizona Cardinals found redemption at home when they defeated the Atlanta Falcons, 27-13, on Sunday. The Cardinals defense put on the heat, and absolutely stifled the Falcons, making four turnovers and four interceptions on Matt Ryan, and tackling him 11 times. The trade deadline is next Tuesday, and if a deal is not made by then, Arizona will in fact look to trade their 10-year all-star receiver, Larry Fitzgerald, in the offseason due to insufficient funds to support his inflating salary cap ($18 mill). At the .500 mark, they will hope to score another victory when they face the Houston Texans (Nov 10), but for now, the Cardinals are heading into their bye with high spirits and another point in the win column.
10/21/13 - The Arizona Cardinals toughed it out against division foes, the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday Night Football, ultimately losing 22-34. The Cardinals fell behind in the first quarter, and although they put up 22 points, the offense was out of sync and unable to surmount Seattle's defense for the course of the game. Larry Fitzgerald was playing with injuries to his hamstring, Carson Palmer has not hit his stride in the season (throwing 13 interceptions thus far), and with an inexistent running game, the Cardinals have dropped to last place in the NFC West. Lucky for Arizona, they will have a full 10 days to prepare for the Atlanta Falcons in next week, with an opportunity for Bruce Arians and company to clean up some of their missteps for a much needed home turf victory. Arizona Cardinals tickets are averaging $68, the second lowest priced game of the week.
10/14/13 - Costly turnovers determined the Arizona Cardinal’s 20-32 loss to the San Francisco 49ers this Sunday. Four turnovers were attributed to the Cardinals and Carson Palmer was responsible for two of them. The quarterback threw two interceptions in the first quarter, special teams jumbled the ball, and although just 2 points behind in the fourth quarter, Cardinals defense was unable to hold Frank Gore or Vernon Davis down, giving up 149 rushing yards. Most impressive on Arizona was Larry Fitzgerald, who played his best game of the season with six receptions, including a 75-yard reception for a touchdown. The Cardinals have now dropped to 3-3 and are on a short week, as they host the stout Seattle Seahawks for a tough game this Thursday. Arizona Cardinals tickets are just $5 to get-in, the lowest of Week 7.
10/7/13 - The Arizona Cardinals and their resolute defense led the team to victory in a 22-6 win over the Carolina Panthers on Sunday. Arizona is now just one game behind the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC West as they head into Week 6. Linebacker Daryl Washington was back in action, following his suspension, and made nine tackles and one interception. Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer’s three interceptions couldn’t stop their defense from snuffing out Cam Newton with seven sacks and three interceptions. The Arizona Cardinals will be heading on the road to play NFC West opponents, the San Francisco 49ers in Week 6. Tickets to see this game at Candlestick Park start at $70 and average at $175.
9/30/13 - The Arizona Cardinals have reached the .500 mark after their on the road victory over the 0-4 Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The team rallied in the fourth quarter to overcome Tampa Bay’s rushing defense and “Revis Island” with a pass from Carson Palmer to Larry Fitzgerald obliterating a ten-point deficit. The Cardinals will be looking for their second consecutive win of the season, with linebacker Daryl Washington’s return after a four game suspension in violation of the NFL’s substance abuse policy. The Arizona Cardinals’ schedule has them next pitted against the Carolina Panthers, coming off their bye week. Despite the Cardinals recent win, getting into their Week 5 game at University of Phoenix Stadium costs and astonishingly low $5, and averages at $68.
9/24/13 - Carson Palmer and the Cardinals are coming off a tough loss to the Saints in Week 3 and are now 1-2. Head coach Bruce Arians and company will travel to Tampa to play the 0-3 Buccaneers for what should present an opportunity for the quarterback and his offense to come together and gain some balance in their passing and running game. Get into this game for a low $14.
Arizona Cardinals 2014 Season
The Cards will open the 2014 regular season at home in a game against the San Diego Chargers, part of ESPN’s Monday Night doubleheader on September 8. The Arizona Cardinals’ schedule also features two additional prime-time games to be played back-to-back: 12/11 at St. Louis and 12/21 against Seattle at home. Also visiting University of Phoenix Stadium, NFC East opponents Washington and Philadelphia in addition to the standard NFC West foes whom the Cardinals see a majority in the latter half of the season. Based on the increase in average Arizona Cardinals ticket prices, it’d appear fans in the desert are excited for the upcoming season. At an increase of 61 percent over last year, AZ had the largest surge in the league.
6/21/13 - It’s been a wild roller-coaster ride for Arizona Cardinals fans since their (to date) only appearance in the Super Bowl — up one year (first in 2009, second in 2011, with fourth place finishes in 2010 and 2012). Since Kurt Warner led the Cards to the Super Bowl, the position has become a revolving door; four players started games last year as the Cardinals’ signal caller – John Skelton six times; Kevin Kolb, five; Ryan Lindley, four; and Brian Hoyer once. This season, two new names stand atop the Cards’ QB depth chart – Carson Palmer, formerly of the Cincinnati Bengals and Oakland Raiders; and Drew Stanton, formerly with the Indianapolis Colts; Lindley holds the clipboard at the third slot.
All three fellows have to be drooling at the receiving targets they will have in the Arizona desert dome along the Loop 101 freeway — Larry Fitzgerald, a perennial All-Pro candidate of spectacular go-and-get-it catching ability; and Michael Floyd. Rashard Mendenhall is the featured running back in the offense, but will need to work hard to improve on last year. On the defensive side of the ball, all eyes will be on Tyrann Mathieu, the former “Honey Badger” defender from LSU, to see if he has cleaned up his act and can keep his nose clean while fitting into the Cards’ 3-4 defense.
The NFC West will prove to be a difficult division in 2013, and the action at University of Phoenix Stadium. What games do Cardinals football fans want to see most this season? The 2013 Arizona Cardinals schedule features five playoff teams from last season. NFC West rival, Seattle Seahawks, come to town mid-October, with Seahawks vs. Cardinals tickets starting at $32 in the 400 level, only $6 more per ticket than Arizona's home opener versus the Detroit Lions. At the end of October, the Cards host the Atlanta Falcons, followed by the Houston Texans and Indianapolis Colts in November. Cheap Arizona Cardinals tickets for each of three games can be found under $30, some of the best NFL ticket deals of the season considering the quality of the matchups. Arizona's last home game of the season will be against the San Francisco 49ers on December 29th. 49ers vs. Cardinals tickets start at $44 and reach $300+ near the 50-yard line on the Arizona Cardinals sideline.