Arizona Cardinals

Stadium: University of Phoenix Stadium | Coach: Bruce Arians
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense1st119.8 (8th)288.5 (2nd)
Defense5th91.2 (5th)230.4 (8th)


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Sun Sep 11
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Sun Sep 18
1:00 pm EDT
Sun Sep 25
at BUF
4:25 pm EDT
Sun Oct 2
8:25 pm EDT
Thu Oct 6
at SF
8:30 pm EDT
Mon Oct 17
8:30 pm EDT
Sun Oct 23
4:25 pm EDT
Sun Oct 30
at CAR
4:25 pm EST
Sun Nov 13
1:00 pm EST
Sun Nov 20
at MIN
1:00 pm EST
Sun Nov 27
at ATL
4:25 pm EST
Sun Dec 4
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 11
at MIA
4:05 pm EST
Sun Dec 18
4:25 pm EST
Sat Dec 24
at SEA
4:25 pm EST
Sun Jan 1
at LAR


Los Angeles7-9-04-2-0
San Francisco5-11-01-5-0
Cardinals' Justin Bethel: Misses entire offseason program
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Bethel (foot) missed the entire offseason program, the Cardinals' official site reports.

After inking a three-year extension in early December, Bethel was pressed into starting duty within weeks due to Tyrann Mathieu's torn ACL in Week 15. Bethel subsequently tallied 25 tackles, four passes defended, and one interception in four games, including two postseason tilts. As the offseason proceeded, the team allowed veteran cornerback Jerraud Powers to leave via free agency, which placed Bethel at the top of the depth chart at cornerback opposite Patrick Peterson. However, Bethel's offseason has so far centered about rehab from surgery to repair a "slight" fracture in his foot. With no activity in the offseason program, he may have hindered his chances in pursuit of the gig, but the prudent approach is expected to ensure that he's 100 percent once training camp begins in late July.

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Cardinals' Patrick Peterson: Fits in individual work during minicamp
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Peterson (ankle) took part in individual drills during the Cardinals' mandatory minicamp last week, the team's official site reports.

Peterson hasn't missed a game in his five-year career, but nagging ankle concerns seemingly forced the All-Pro cornerback under the knife as a preventive measure in mid-April. Handed a 6-to-8 week recovery timetable, his lack of participation in OTAs wasn't a surprise by any means. His return to drills during minicamp signals that his rehab is on schedule, though, with the aim of full health by the time training camp rolls around in late July.

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Cardinals' Andre Ellington: Will still have role with Cardinals
by RotoWire Staff | Special to

Ellington is expected to have a role within the Cardinals' crowded backfield in 2016, Josh Weinfuss of reports. "We'll definitely get him in there," head coach Bruce Arians said. "How many touches he gets is going to depend on how all three of them are playing."

Ellington followed up a game-breaking rookie season in 2013 with a dud as the Cardinals' lead RB in the next campaign. Injuries certainly played a role, but the Cardinals were proactive with the offseason additions of David Johnson in the 2015 NFL Draft and Chris Johnson in the middle of training camp. Despite these moves, Ellington entered the year as the No. 1 back, only to sustain a PCL injury in Week 1 that thrust the Johnsons into larger roles. Chris Johnson was highly effective as the starter for the ensuing 10 contests, but maladies to both the elder Johnson and Ellington in Week 12 paved the way for David Johnson's late-season explosion. Due to the performance, David has been deemed worthy of "bell cow" status by Arians heading into training camp, while the re-signing of Chris provides insurance for the corps. As a result, Darren Urban of the team's official site has speculated that Ellington will serve "more as a receiver than straight runner," which is likely the best use of his skill set due to the injury-prone label levied upon him since his time at Clemson.

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