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Les Miles, Tyrann Mathieu react to LSU's terrible kickoff

The Tigers just needed a low kickoff to all but clinch the win over Alabama. Instead, the ball went out of bounds. Up 13-10 with seconds to go. Just don't kick the ball out of bounds. OH NO HE KICKED THE BALL OUT OF BOUNDS! "Right now Les needs more to eat than grass"... Show More Summary

Tyrann Mathieu: I’m getting back into that Honey Badger thing

Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu was able to return to the lineup after last year’s torn ACL in the second week of the regular season, but he only played a handful of snaps that week as the team eased him back to work. There weren’t many restrictions on his playing time against the Eagles last week.…

Eagles will test Cards' offseason focus on defending tight ends

TEMPE, Ariz. -- Tyrann Mathieu was counting in his head. Did the Arizona Cardinals allow the Philadelphia Eagles' tight ends to catch two touchdowns last season? Or three? At first he was sure of two because he allowed them in the Eagles’ 24-21 win in Week 13 last season. Show More Summary

Tyrann Mathieu wasn’t at full speed against DeSean Jackson

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Observed and heard in the locker room after the Arizona Cardinals' 30-20 victory over Washington: Honey Badger restricted: Safety Tyrann Mathieu said he felt a “bit restricted” on Redskins wide receiver DeShaun Jackson’s...Show More Summary

Mathieu hopeful to 'squeeze in' Sunday

TEMPE, Ariz. – This might be the week Tyrann Mathieu returns to the field, more than nine months after tearing his ACL and LCL. With the game plan installed, Mathieu said he might be part of it. “Hopefully, I can squeeze in there, possibly,”...Show More Summary

Andre Ellington, Antonio Gates active, Tyrann Mathieu inactive

Two of the Cardinals’ high-profile second-year players were game-time decisions for tonight’s game against the Chargers. One is good to go, the other is out. Cardinals running back Andre Ellington will play, despite a foot injury that caused some concerns that he could miss significant time. But Cardinals defensive back Tyrann Mathieu, who is recovering…

Mathieu tackles, MNF return in doubt

TEMPE, Ariz. -- Following safety Tyrann Mathieu's first day tackling since December, neither he nor his head coach seemed optimistic about Mathieu playing Monday night. “We’ll just continue where we’re at,” Cardinals coach Bruce Arians...Show More Summary

Mathieu needs to tackle before he plays

TEMPE, Ariz. -- The only way Arizona Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu will play under the bright lights of "Monday Night Football" in their season opener is if he hits somebody. Soon. "He's going to tackle somebody this week," Arizona coach Bruce Arians said. Only after Mathieu tackles in practice will Arians decide if the Honey Badger will play Sept. Show More Summary

Tyrann Mathieu will tackle in practice this week

The Cardinals activated safety Tyrann Mathieu from the PUP list on August 19, leaving the date of his regular season debut as the biggest question left to answer in Mathieu’s return from a torn ACL. Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said he wanted to see Mathieu play in the preseason finale if he was going to…

Tyrann Mathieu makes #NFLRank at No. 58

This all seems so familiar. Tyrann Mathieu, the Arizona Cardinals' talented second-year safety out of LSU, the same man who was kicked out of school -- missing his entire junior season -- because of a marijuana problem, is making a comeback. Hasn’t this story been written? But this comeback is different. Show More Summary

#NFLRank 2014: Takeaways from 51-60

Three takeaways from ESPN's #NFLRank reveal of the top 100 offensive and top 100 defensive players in the league. Today: 51-60. 1. Quick rise: Arizona Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu made quite an impression on #NFLRank voters during his injury-shortened rookie season. Show More Summary

Cardinals Camp Report: Day 18

GLENDALE, Ariz. – A daily review of the hot topics coming out of Arizona Cardinals training camp: So much for safety Tyrann Mathieu taking it slow. The second-year star safety, who returned to practice Wednesday after an 8 1/2-monthShow More Summary

Tyrann Mathieu returns with 'MNF' in sight

GLENDALE, Ariz. – It wasn't much of a practice but that didn't matter. It was enough for Arizona Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu that he was wearing shoulder pads and a helmet while running and cutting in drills less than 8.5 months after he tore his ACL and LCL in a gruesome hit in Week 14. Show More Summary

Cardinals Camp Report: Day 17

GLENDALE, Ariz. – A daily review of the hot topics coming out of Arizona Cardinals training camp: Tyrann Mathieu made his long-awaited return to the field Wednesday, participating in a few individual defensive back drills as expected. Show More Summary

Cardinals activate Tyrann Mathieu from PUP list

His months of lobbying finally worked, so now Tyrann Mathieu is apparently within weeks of playing. According to Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic, the Cardinals activated Mathieu and nose tackle Alameda Ta’amu from the physically unable to perform list. While Ta’amu might help the short-term shortage of defensive linemen, getting Mathieu back on the…

Quotables: Tyrann Mathieu to be activated off PUP Tuesday, LeSean McCoy talks injury and more

Tyrann Mathieu could be in action for the season opener, LeSean McCoy talks about his turf toe injury and more from Monday in the NFL. "[There's] now some optimism [Tyrann Mathieu] will play in Arizona's opener." -Adam Schefter, ESPN Arizona...Show More Summary

Report: Cardinals to activate Tyrann Mathieu from PUP on Tuesday

The Arizona Cardinals defense took a massive hit Monday with defensive tackle Darnell Dockett lost for the season with a torn ACL. But the Cardinals did get some good news as it appears defensive back Tryann Mathieu is getting closer to returning to the field. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN.com, the Cardinals are expected…

Training camp roundup: Tyrann Mathieu 'pretty close' to return, Chad Henne still Week 1 starter

Bruce Arians said his star safety is almost ready to come off the PUP, while Gus Bradley stressed that Henne is still his projected starter. Injuries Maclin tweaks hamstring There was a brief panic in Philadelphia after wide receiver Jeremy Maclin left Eagles practice with a hamstring problem. Show More Summary

Tyrann Mathieu close to returning

Arizona Cardinals reporter Josh Weinfuss discusses how Arizona might use Tyrann Mathieu when he returns from his knee injury.

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