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Larry Fitzgerald misses practice again, fantasy status not looking good

Larry Fitzgerald is still not practicing after spraining his MCL in Week 11. We break down the fantasy implications. Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald was held out of practice on Wednesday. Fitzgerald is recovering from...Show More Summary

Patrick Peterson: 'I've won majority of battles' with Julio Jones

Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson faced Falcons receiver Julio Jones in college when Peterson was at LSU and Jones at Alabama, so they have had their share of showdowns in the past. "Me and Julio, he won a couple of battles; I won a couple of battles,’’ Peterson said during a conference call on Wednesday. Show More Summary

No practice for Larry Fitzgerald on Wednesday

The Cardinals played without wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald in last Sunday’s 19-3 loss to the Seahawks and they opened this week of practice without him as well. Coach Bruce Arians said Wednesday, via Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic, that Fitzgerald’s sprained MCL is improving, but the wideout isn’t ready to resume a practice schedule…

A Mormon From Searchlight Wants to Talk About the Vatican

Senator Harry Reid shares a memory of a conversation with Cardinal Raymond Burke.

Seahawks vs. 49ers preview

When: 8:30 p.m. ET Thursday Where: Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, California TV: NBC The San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks rekindle their their rivalry on Thanksgiving with both teams 7-4 and two games behind the Arizona Cardinals in the NFC West. Show More Summary

Falcons need Matt Ryan to solve Cards

ESPN Falcons reporter Vaughn McClure says quarterback Matt Ryan, who has thrown nine interceptions over his past two games against the Cardinals, is in for another challenge when his nemeses visit Atlanta.

Stanford vs. UCLA: TV Info, Spread, Injury Updates, Game Time and More

Owners of a five-game winning streak, the only thing that can stop the UCLA Bruins from playing in the Pac -12 title game is a 6-5 Stanford Cardinal team. It is not as easy as it sounds. The Cardinal have taken down the Bruins three times over the course of the past two seasons. Show More Summary

An Object Lesson In Knowing Your Audience

Speaking at an international women’s justice summit on Monday, Turkey’s president violated a cardinal rule of public speaking, telling a room full of women’s rights activists that gender equality is unnatural: Certain work, Erdogan said, goes against women’s “delicate nature,” and “their characters, habits, and physiques are different” from men’s. Show More Summary

Cards from Across the Border: Cardinals Edition

A trade so nice I split it thrice. Occasionally I'll get a package of cards in the mail so generous that I can't conceivably do it justice with my typical five-images-and-a-few-comments approach. A package arrived from Sportscards From...Show More Summary

Bruce Arians says Cardinals needed a bigger back in backfield

With a rushing attack that ranks 31st in total yards and dead last in yards per attempt, Arizona head coach Bruce Arians knew the Cardinals needed a different piece in their backfield for the stretch run. A bigger back is a piece the Cardinals have been lacking since Jonathan Dwyer was placed on the non-football…

Will the Seattle Seahawks or the San Francisco 49ers Make the Playoffs?

The NFC West has been as tight of a race as expected; however, the first-place Arizona Cardinals weren't expected. Now the Seattle Seahawks and the San Francisco 49ers are fighting for a playoff spot. Which team has a better chance of...Show More Summary

What is the truth about Cardinal Murphy-O’Connor and ‘Team Bergoglio’?

A couple of days ago John Bingham, the excellent religious affairs editor of the Telegraph, broke a story that is only now filtering out. I hope he’ll forgive me if… Continue reading The post What is the truth about Cardinal Murphy-O’Connor and ‘Team Bergoglio’? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Michael Bush to Cardinals: Latest Contract Details, Analysis and Reaction

After being released by the Chicago Bears in March, veteran running back Michael Bush has reached an agreement with the Arizona Cardinals heading into Week 13. Marc Sessler of NFL.com had the news: " The team on Tuesday announced the signing of veteran running back Michael Bush. Show More Summary

Michael Bush signs with Cardinals

The Cardinals have added a veteran running back to their roster for the final five weeks of the season. The team announced on Tuesday afternoon that they have signed former Raiders and Bears tailback Michael Bush. They released Kerwynn Williams to open up a spot on the roster. Bush has not played for anyone since…

A New Home for the EF in Naples

We have received word that His Eminence Crescenzio Cardinal Sepe, Archbishop of Naples, in accordance with the motu proprio Summorum Pontificum and a request from the Coetus fidelium «Sant’Andrea Avellino», has established the celebration...Show More Summary

Week 12 power rankings

1. New England Patriots (No. 2; 9-2):  Gronk like cheese. 2. Green Bay Packers (No. 3; 8-3):  Lambeau Field will never host a Super Bowl, but this weekend it could be hosting a Super Bowl preview. 3. Arizona Cardinals (last week No. 1; 9-2):  There’s a little space on the bandwagon.  It won’t last long.…

LOOK: Bruce Arians draws up play for your family's Thanksgiving game

Let Cardinals coach Bruce Arians be the offensive coordinator for your annual Turkey Day family football game.

Rick Pitino Played '4 White Guys and an Egyptian' to Prevent Running Up Score

Louisville blasted Savannah State, 87-26, on Monday night. If not for Cardinals coach Rick Pitino doing everything he could think of to prevent his team from running up the score, it could have been much worse. The Cardinals jumped out to a 29-0 lead in the first 15 minutes and 29 seconds of the game. Show More Summary

Pitino on blowout: We played four white guys and an Egytpian

Louisville beat Savannah State by 61 points Monday night, 87-26. With five minutes to go in the first half, the No. 6 Cardinals led 29-0.

Seattle Seahawks: 5 Keys to Late-Season Playoff Push

Entering their Week 12 matchup with the NFC West division-leading Arizona Cardinals, the Seattle Seahawks had a 43.5 percent chance of making the playoffs, per Football Outsiders. Their Week 11 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs droppedShow More Summary

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