Tyrann Mathieu was fine once he got on the field for the Arizona Cardinals, surprising many. Unfortunately, his season ended with a ruptured ACL and surgery on December 13. B/R's Will Carroll takes a look at whether the Honey BadgerShow More Summary
The Texas A&M football coaches are going to sign an elite recruiting class on signing day. Nick Harvey may be the most dangerous player in the class, and will have an impact at A&M similar to what Tyrann Mathieu did at LSU. Before Johnny Manziel took over college football, the "Honey Badger" was all the rage. Show More Summary
Before the 2013 NFL draft there were two camps in regards to Arizona Cardinals rookie defensive back Tyrann Mathieu. Either you believed he was going to be the playmaker we all saw at LSU who finished fifth in the Heisman voting back...Show More Summary
TEMPE, Ariz. – There are worse knee injuries to have than the one Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu suffered Sunday against the St. Louis Rams. Then again, there are better ones. Mathieu tore his ACL and LCL in a gruesome hit while returning a free kick. Show More Summary
The Cardinals officially ended rookie safety Tyrann Mathieu’s season on Tuesday, placing the Honey Badger on injured reserve after he tore the ACL and LCL in his left knee in last weekend’s victory over the Rams. Injuring both ligaments at once can make for a more involved and more difficult rehab process, one that Mathieu…
TEMPE, Ariz. -- Losing rookie safety Tyrann Mathieu for the season wasn't just a blow to the Arizona Cardinals' secondary, it's a continued decimation of the Cards' 2013 draft class. Mathieu is Arizona's fourth drafted rookie to suffer...Show More Summary
If it's seemed like knee injuries have been knocking players out for the season at a higher rate this season, that's because they have. In light of recent injuries to Cardinals cornerback Tyrann Mathieu and Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski...Show More Summary
After a convincing win over the St. Louis Rams this past Sunday, the Arizona Cardinals are potentially three wins away from making their first postseason appearance since 2009. However, the road to the playoffs won’t be an easy one for the Cardinals. Show More Summary
Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu’s season came to an end after he injured his knee in Sunday’s victory over the Rams, a tough blow for a rookie who has carved out a place for himself in the NFL. Rams rookie wide receiver Tavon Austin hasn’t been as quick a study as Mathieu, but he also suffered…
You didn’t need to see Cardinals rookie Tyrann Mathieu go down to know it was bad. Tests have confirmed it’s perhaps worse than it looked. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Mathieu tore both the ACL and the LCL in yesterday’s ugly collision. Tearing multiple ligaments complicates any recovery, so it might not…
Tyrann Mathieu likely tore his ACL on Sunday.
(TEMPE, Ariz.) — Tyrann Mathieu’s terrific rookie NFL season has come to a premature end. Arizona coach Bruce Arians on Monday confirmed Mathieu tore an ACL and sustained further damage in his left knee and will undergo surgery. Mathieu,...Show More Summary
Arizona Cardinals standout rookie cornerback Tyrann Mathieu was carted off with an apparent knee injury and did not return to the game against the St. Louis Rams. The Cardinals apparently fear that Mathieu suffered a torn ACL. He will have an MRI performed on Monday. Show More Summary
In a bad break for the Cardinals, cornerback Tyrann Mathieu suffered multiple ligament damage on Sunday.
Arizona Cardinals defensive end Darnell Dockett is not worried about the politically correct era threatening to take over the NFL after what occurred in Miami. That is good news for players who want to have locker room fun, and bad for...Show More Summary
Mike Florio talks with Cardinals General Manager, Steve Keim about the Bruce Arians as a head coach, wanting Larry Fitzgerald to retire in Arizona, the work ethic of rookie corner back, Tyrann Mathieu, and Andre Ellington losing his locks last Sunday. Then, Florio talks about the 5 coaches on the the Hot Seat. …
Tyrann Mathieu is now neither a legend nor a cautionary tale. He's simply a fantastically talented rookie whose rise with Arizona is worth watching.
Tyrann Mathieu smoked some weed in college. If we're going to play this brain-dead association game, let's start by being clear about what he actually did. He smoked some weed, somehow got vilified for it, was thrown off his football team, went to rehab for weed, and now plays for the Arizona Cardinals. Show More Summary
For a young defensive back like Arizona's Tyrann Mathieu, the quick exchange he had before Sunday's game must have been pretty cool. Houston safety Ed Reed, a sure Hall of Famer and one of the greatest safeties in NFL history, sought...Show More Summary