Top Cardinals News

  • Cardinals' Michael Crabtree: Will not play Saturday

    Crabtree will not play Saturday against the Vikings, Scott Bordow of The Athletic reports.

    This shouldn't come as much of a surprise considering Crabtree just signed with the team Wednesday. The Cardinals' lack of veteran depth at the position aside from Larry Fitzgerald likely means the soon-to-be 32-year-old should have a spot on the 53-man roster if he can impress during the final few weeks of training camp, but he'll have just one exhibition game to do so with Saturday's latest designation.

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  • Cardinals' Bruce Hector: Sent to Arizona

    Hector was acquired by the Cardinals from the Eagles for safety Rudy Ford on Thursday, Mike Kaye of NJ.com reports.

    Hector joined the Eagles as an undrafted free agent after the 2018 draft and spent the bulk of the season on the practice squad. The 24-year-old should battle for a reserve role at defensive end with his new team and will likely have an increased chance of making the 53-man roster.

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  • Cardinals' Michael Crabtree: Joining Arizona

    Crabtree agreed Wednesday with the Cardinals on a one-year deal, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports.

    Crabtree worked out with Arizona earlier in August, but it took a couple weeks before the two sides could come to terms on a deal. The veteran wide receiver had 54 catches for 607 yards and three touchdowns on 100 targets in Baltimore last season. He's expected to fill a depth role as a member of the Cardinals, the fourth stop of his NFL career.

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  • Cardinals' Terrell Suggs: Resumes practicing

    Suggs (undisclosed) participated in Wednesday's practice, Scott Bordow of The Athletic reports.

    Suggs sat out Tuesday's practice for an undisclosed reason but appears back to full capacity. The 36-year-old linebacker may simply have been awarded a veteran rest day. Suggs is primed for a starting role in Arizona's defense.

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  • Cardinals' Justin Pugh: Back at practice

    Pugh (shoulder) returned to practice Tuesday, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports.

    Pugh has been nursing a shoulder injury since early in camp. His return to practice is certainly a positive sign for the Cardinals' offensive line, as the 29-year-old is projected to start at left guard this year.

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  • Cardinals' Terrell Suggs: Absent from practice

    Suggs was a non-participant at Tuesday's practice for an undisclosed reason, Scott Bordow of The Athletic reports.

    Suggs joined the Cardinals this offseason after spending a remarkable 16 years with the Ravens. He attended high school in the area and spent three years of college at Arizona State, so the destination made sense for him to wind down his career. No reason was given for his absence from Tuesday's practice, so it could simply be the case of rest awarded to a veteran. Still, the situation should be monitored if he continues to miss time. He is projected to start at outside linebacker opposite Chandler Jones once the season kicks off.

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  • Cardinals' Hakeem Butler: May land on IR with hand injury

    Butler has an avulsion fracture in his hand, making him a candidate to be placed on injured reserve, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    Butler reportedly missed practice the past two days, after finishing with no catches on one target (22 snaps) in Thursday's preseason loss to Oakland. The rookie fourth-round pick didn't seem to be making a push for a significant role in the Arizona offense, but his draft status presumably would've ensured him of a spot on the 53-man roster. While it isn't clear if Butler will be placed on injured reserve, coach Kliff Kingsbury did say the 23-year-old will be held out for the rest of the preseason, per Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site. Given his slow progress this summer, an IR stash might be the best outcome for all parties.

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  • Cardinals' KeeSean Johnson: Making bid for No. 3 job

    Johnson is making a case for the No. 3 receiver job in Arizona, ESPN.com's Josh Weinfuss reports.

    Weinfuss believes the sixth-round pick has stepped ahead of second-round selection Andy Isabella, while Scott Bordow of The Athletic simply notes that both rookies should have spots in four-receiver sets. It seems a bit early to make assumptions, with Trent Sherfield, Damiere Byrd and Kevin White (hamstring) also in the mix to earn snaps. Johnson hasn't exactly torn it up through two preseason games, catching five of 10 targets for 52 yards. Sherfield has brought in five of six passes for 84 yards and two touchdowns, and Isabella has one catch for a 59-yard score on four targets. The third week of the preseason should provide some insight.

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  • Cardinals' Kevin White: Back at practice Saturday

    White (hamstring) returned to practice Saturday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

    Absent from the Cardinals' first two preseason games, White has missed half of his chances to make an impression among a crowded position group. With a week until the team's next exhibition -- Saturday, Aug. 24 in Minnesota -- he has plenty of time to ramp up his activity in order to get the all-clear for game action.

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  • Cardinals' T.J. Logan: Handles three kick returns Thursday

    Logan recorded five carries for 15 yards and returned three kickoffs for 71 yards during Thursday's preseason defeat to the Raiders.

    The latter stat is likely the most important as it pertains to Logan landing a spot on the 53-man roster. Handling the first three kickoff returns for the Cardinals, he averaged 23.7 yards per opportunity, which would have placed him in a tie for eighth for those who qualified last season. Return duties aside, all of his rushes occurred on the Cardinals' first possession of the second half en route to a successful field goal. Such work will be difficult to come by in the regular season with David Johnson and Chase Edmonds embedded at the top of the depth chart, but at least Logan appears to have regained his standing as the team's top kick returner, per the team's most recent depth chart.

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  • Cardinals' Chase Edmonds: Nabs two catches Thursday

    Edmonds had two catches for 31 yards during Thursday's preseason loss to the Raiders.

    Working with the second-team offense yet again, Edmonds hauled in those passes from backup QB Brett Hundley, both of them for first-down gains. Meanwhile, Edmonds' sole carry was negated by a penalty. With David Johnson scooping up the vast majority of backfield reps, Edmonds will have a difficult time being a regular meaningful contributor, but the coaching staff is making a concerted effort to ensure he'll get reps weekly during the regular season. At the very least, Edmonds' ability as a pass catcher will help him spell Johnson on occasion.

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  • Cardinals' Korey Cunningham: Back practicing

    Cunningham (foot) was practicing with the first-team offensive line this week, Katherine Fitzgerald of the Arizona Republic reports.

    Cunningham looks to be fully recovered from offseason surgery that addressed a foot injury. With right tackle Marcus Gilbert not practicing, Cunningham has stepped in but will likely open the season in a reserve role.

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2018 Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 83.9
(32nd)
180.3
(32nd)
241.6
(32nd)
Def. 154.9
(32nd)
224.7
(4th)
358.8
(20th)

Injuries

Player Injury
H. Reddick OLB Haason Reddick OLB Knee
M. Garcia G Max Garcia G Knee - ACL
P. Peterson CB Patrick Peterson CB Suspension
V. Valentine DT Vincent Valentine DT Undisclosed
J. Shaw CB Josh Shaw CB Shoulder

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