Tag Archives: NFC Championship

Cardinals sign 12 more players to future contracts

BY: ED COLE GLENDALE, Ariz. – From season to season, moves have to be made if a successful NFL team expects to remain that way the following season. Case in point: The Arizona Cardinals. The team made 182 roster moves during the 2015 season, and without them, they wouldn’t have won 14 games and played in the NFC Championship Game ... Read More »

Lorenzo Alexander: “Winning the Super Bowl is the No. 1 goal”

BY: ED COLE GLENDALE, Ariz. – The Cardinals are heading into Phase Three of their offseason program, with OTAs (Organized Team Activities) scheduled to start on Tuesday morning. Lorenzo Alexander came to the Cardinals in 2013, and as fate would have it, his first season was wiped out when he suffered a Lisfranc injury against the New Orleans Saints in ... Read More »

Five things to lookout for in Super Bowl XLIX

BY: ED COLE GLENDALE, Ariz. – The participants in Super Bowl XLIX are set. The Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots took two different roads down their championship paths on Sunday to earn the right to play each other for the Vince Lombardi Trophy on Feb. 1 at University of Phoenix Stadium. Seattle had to mount one of the greatest ... Read More »

Antonio Cromartie selected to 2015 Pro Bowl

BY: ED COLE GLENDALE, Ariz. – With Richard Sherman and the Seattle Seahawks advancing to Super Bowl XLIX, a void was created on the NFC Pro Bowl roster that needed to be filled. The man to fill the hole will be Cardinals cornerback Antonio Cromartie. Cromartie was originally selected as an alternate, but he quickly moved up after the Seahawks ... Read More »

NBCSports1060.com – NFL Championship Sunday Picks

The NBCSports1060.com staff makes their picks for the NFC and AFC Championship games on Sunday. Bob Kemp Seattle Seahawks 27, Green Bay Packers 17 New England Patriots 31, Indianapolis Colts 27 Rich Gray Seattle Seahawks 31, Green Bay Packers 13 New England Patriots 42, Indianapolis Colts 24 Dan Manucci Seattle Seahawks 32, Green Bay Packers 24 New England Patriots 31, ... Read More »