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Stadium: University of Phoenix Stadium | Coach: Bruce Arians
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense9th108.2 (18th)258.5 (9th)
Defense2nd94.9 (9th)210.3 (4th)


Sun Sep 11
L 23 - 21NE
Sun Sep 18
W 40 - 7TB
Sun Sep 25
L 33 - 18at BUF
Sun Oct 2
L 17 - 13LAR
Thu Oct 6
W 33 - 21at SF
Mon Oct 17
W 28 - 3NYJ
Sun Oct 23
6 - 6SEA
Sun Oct 30
L 30 - 20at CAR
Sun Nov 13
W 23 - 20SF
Sun Nov 20
L 30 - 24at MIN
Sun Nov 27
L 38 - 19at ATL
Sun Dec 4
W 31 - 23WAS
Sun Dec 11
L 26 - 23at MIA
Sun Dec 18
L 48 - 41NO
Sat Dec 24
W 34 - 31at SEA
Sun Jan 1
W 44 - 6at LAR


Los Angeles4-12-02-4-0
San Francisco2-14-02-4-0
Cardinals' Josh Mauro: Two-year extension
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Mauro signed a two-year extension with the Cardinals on Thursday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports.

Mauro was slated to be a restricted-free-agent this offseason but inked a new deal keeping him in desert through at least the 2018 season. In 15 games this season, the defensive tackle recorded a career-best 42 tackles and 13 tackles for a loss. At 25 years old, Mauro will head into next season as the likely right defensive end starter.

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Cardinals' Chris Hubert: Inks future contract with Cards
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Hubert has signed a reserve/future contract with the Cardinals.

Hubert flashed with three receptions for 72 yards and one touchdown in Week 3 of the preseason, but it wasn't enough to land a spot on the Cardinals' 53-man roster in advance of the regular season. Called upon in the aftermath of John Brown's midseason diagnosis of a sickle-cell trait, Hubert nonetheless didn't make an appearance in three opportunities before he was released and returned to the practice squad. In addition to his progress through the offseason program, Hubert's professional odds may also hinge on alterations made to the receiving corps, particularly Larry Fitzgerald's decision on his NFL future.

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Cardinals' Elijhaa Penny: Signs future contract with Cards
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Penny has signed a reserve/future contract with the Cardinals.

Penny made his mark during the preseason, riding a 113-yard, one-TD showing in the finale to final marks of 49 rushes for 195 yards. However, he was unable eke out a spot in a deep backfield populated by David Johnson, Chris Johnson (groin), Andre Ellington, and Stepfan Taylor. Aside from David Johnson and Kerwynn Williams, the latter trio will be unrestricted free agents once March arrives, forecasting vast changes to the RB depth chart. No matter how the Cardinals proceed in the coming months, Penny seems poised to make further inroads in the offseason program.

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Cardinals' Stepfan Taylor: Entering unrestricted free agency
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Taylor, who earned 56 percent of the Cardinals' special teams snaps in 2016, is an unrestricted free agent this offseason.

Within a backfield dominated by All-Pro David Johnson, Taylor was almost exclusively contained to special teams this season, earning just 11 snaps on offense. Meanwhile, Chris Johnson (groin), Andre Ellington, and Kerwynn Williams acted as change-of-pace options, depending on the health of the running backs behind David Johnson. Taylor may explore the upcoming free-agent market to learn if a backup RB role is possible elsewhere, but his proficiency as a special teamer may be enough for the four-year pro to remain with the only organization he's ever known.

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Cardinals' Brittan Golden: Records first career TD in 2016
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Golden tallied eight receptions (on 14 targets) for 82 yards and one touchdown in 12 contests during the 2016 season.

Golden was unable to nail down a spot on the 53-man roster in the preseason, but as he did in the previous two campaigns, he was promoted from the practice squad, doing so prior to Week 5 on this occasion. As the year wore on and various parts of the roster continued to take hits, he variously made his presence felt in all three phases. Granted, he was only pressed into duty for one snap on defense, but on special teams he averaged 24.2 yards per kickoff return on a team-high 11 dalliances. Although the late-season cut of Michael Floyd may have cleared a path to a guaranteed role in 2017, Golden's future likely depends on Larry Fitzgerald's upcoming decision to stick around (or not), John Brown's health, and any additions at wideout in free agency and the draft.

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