The Arizona Cardinals have significantly improved their offense heading into the 2020 season, and Kyler Murray could quickly become an MVP candidate like Patrick Mahomes due to the team’s moves to upgrade the offense.
Photo by John McCoy/Getty Images It has been a productive offseason for the Arizona Cardinals and that has lead to a number of moves. We know the gist, but the Cardinals re-signed Larry Fitzgerald and D.J.
When the Arizona Cardinals announced they agreed to terms with linebacker Devon Kennard, they were bringing home another hometown player. Kennard not only played high school ball in Phoenix, he also brings a Cardinals legacy in his family.
nb游戏平台 Photo by Ric Tapia/Icon SMI/Corbis/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images After an overwhelming response to a call for blood donations from the state, the Arizona Cardinals are holding two more blood drives next week.
nb游戏平台 One of the Arizona Cardinals’ most memorable weeks of fantasy football in 2019 came against the New York Giants. From a fantasy standpoint, the Week 7 matchup gave a lot of owners hope with then-Arizona running back David Johnson getting the start after an injury left his status up in the air.
Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports The mere vision of the Cardinals trotting out a spread offense where the 4 WRs across the formation are, in order of left to right: Hopkins—-Kirk—-Fitzgerald—-Lamb has me as euphoric as I was when I heard that the Beatles were coming to Shea Stadium in 1965.
Do you remember how you reacted when you found out the Houston Texans had agreed to trade for former Arizona Cardinal running back David Johnson? How about when the next piece of the trade started breaking — that the Cardinals were getting back wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins in return?
The Arizona Cardinals had a flawed roster in 2019 and they quickly patched together most of the holes on it this offseason. They added a No. 1 wideout in DeAndre Hopkins, shored up linebacker on the inside and outside with Devon Kennard and De’Vondre Campbell and helped the defensive line with Jordan Phillips.
nb游戏平台ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that Jones “is donating over 150,000 meals to food banks in both Arizona and his hometown of Endicott, NY, to assist with families affected by the Coronavirus outbreak.”