The Arizona Cardinals took a chance by selecting Tyrann Mathieu in the third round of April's draft, and now the former LSU cornerback is going to have to prove himself not only on the field but off it as well. Mathieu signed his rookie contract on Thursday, which will pay him $3 million over four years, per USA Today's Mike Garafolo. Show More Summary
Tyrann Mathieu's new contract with the Arizona Cardinals is making headlines for the financial particulars. These particulars mean a great deal to the people directly involved in negotiations. Agents, team negotiators and Mathieu himself...Show More Summary
Arizona Cardinals third-round safety Tyrann Mathieu has signed his first NFL contract, the team announced on Thursday. Because Mathieu had failed multiple drug tests at LSU, who booted "Honey Badger" off the team before the 2012 season,...Show More Summary
The football player formerly known as Honey Badger is officially under contract. Former LSU defensive back Tyrann Mathieu signed a four-year deal with the Cardinals on Thursday, the team announced.
As we reported earlier, the Cardinals signed third-round pick Tyrann Mathieu to a four-year deal on Thursday. While discussing Mathieu’s agreement, we mentioned dueling post-draft reports that the Cardinals wanted to sign Mathieu to a contract that included no guaranteed money and that Mathieu was unwilling to sign such a contract. The Cardinals didn’t announce…
The Cardinals think they may have gotten the best playmaker in the draft when they drafted former LSU defensive back Tyrann Mathieu in the third round and now they’ve gotten him under contract. The team announced Thursday that they have reached agreement on a four-year deal with Mathieu. Shortly after Mathieu was drafted, Peter King…
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Was Tyrann Mathieu too big a risk for the Cardinals in the third round of the NFL draft? If Mathieu is as talented as Cardinals General Manager Steve Keim thinks, then the real risk would have been passing on an opportunity to add him in the third round. Keim told Albert Breer of NFL Network…
A local Phoenix head shop put out an ad welcoming Tyrann Mathieu to town. Well played, jerks at Bud's Glass Joint. Well played.
The Arizona Cardinals' selection of troubled former LSU defensive back Tyrann Mathieu might have been the most risky move in last week's NFL Draft. On Monday, a report surfaced that the Cardinals are hesitant to offer Mathieu guaranteed money in his rookie contract. Show More Summary
Early third-round picks usually get substantial guaranteed money, like the $671,000 signing bonus Buffalo gave wideout T.J. Graham last year. A new report says the Cardinals aren't giving the Honey Badger, the 69th overall pick, any guaranteed money. Arizona will make Tyrann Mathieu's bonus money contingent on him staying in good standing.
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The months of pre-draft scrutiny, and trying to explain his past are over. Today, Tyrann Mathieu gets to get back to what he enjoys — playing football. The Cardinals rookie free safety begins his first minicamp today, and said he looks forward to getting back to a football routine. “Just letting my actions speak for…
Arizona Cardinals defensive back Tyrann Mathieu's struggles with substance abuse are well-documented. His history got him booted off the LSU football team before the 2012 season, and dropped his value as a draft pick precipitously in...Show More Summary
Known lover of the bud, Tyrann Mathieu, has been welcomed to Arizona by the friendly burnouts at Bud’s Glass Joint. Haha, it’s funny because Honey Badger has been fond of [...] The post Local Smoke Shop Welcomes Tyrann Mathieu To Phoenix appeared first on Kissing Suzy Kolber.
Leave Honey Badger alone.
Because nothing says "Welcome to Town" like a personalized salutation from the local paraphernalia shop. LSU’s Tyran n Mathieu is trying to get away from being the guy nicknamed after a short-legged omnivore who almost ruined his athletic...Show More Summary
The Cardinals are hoping that Tyrann Mathieu comes to Arizona without the marijuana problems that sank his career at LSU. One local business is hoping that the opposite is true. Bud’s Glass Joint, a head shop in Phoenix, took out an ad in the Phoenix New Times that welcomed Mathieu to town while also informing him…
No one knows just how successful Bruce Arians and Steve Keim will be with the Arizona Cardinals as they prepare for their first season, but we do know that they are not afraid to make bold moves that few other teams are willing to make. Show More Summary
The issue isn't whether LSU running back Jeremy Hill punched someone in self defense. It isn't whether Alfred Blue's anti-gay comments were taken out of context. And it certainly isn't how many drug tests Tyrann Mathieu failed during his time at the university. Show More Summary