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Cardinals sign TE Darren Fells and CB Shaun Prater

  BY: ED COLE GLENDALE, Ariz. – Moves continue to be made within the Cardinals organization, which the team hopes will be for the better. On Monday, the team re-signed exclusive rights free agent tight end Darren Fells to a one-year contract. In addition to Fells’ signing, the Cardinals also signed cornerback Shaun Prater to a future contract for the ... Read More »

Earl Watson elevated to role of Suns interim head coach

BY: ED COLE GLENDALE, Ariz. – It’s been a busy Monday for the Phoenix Suns. Early in the morning, they relieved Jeff Hornacek of his head coaching duties. Later in the afternoon, they decided who their next head coach would be – in an interim basis – and it’s Earl Watson. Watson – the Suns 17th head coach in team ... Read More »

Suns fire Jeff Hornacek

BY: ED COLE GLENDALE, Ariz. – Mired in a stretch of losses in 19 of their last 21 games, and a well-below .500 record heading toward the All-Star break, the Phoenix Suns decided a change had to be made, hopefully for the better, so they relieved Jeff Hornacek of his head coaching duties early Monday morning. Hornacek – who spent ... Read More »

Cardinals sign CB Asa Jackson to future contract

BY: ED COLE GLENDALE, Ariz. – The Arizona Cardinals continue to load up on players for the 2016 season, this time they signed cornerback Asa Jackson to a future contract. Jackson (5-10, 183) played in 18 career games with six starts for the Baltimore Ravens over the past four seasons after coming into the NFL as a fifth round selection ... Read More »

Mike Leach announces his retirement

BY: ED COLE GLENDALE, Ariz. – The most tenured player on the Arizona Cardinals is hanging up his cleats. After 16 years in the NFL, long snapper Mike Leach has decided to retire. Leach took to Twitter on Wednesday to make the announcement: Thank You. pic.twitter.com/0maFZMZFID — Mike Leach (@MikeLeach82) January 27, 2016 Leach played in every single regular season ... Read More »

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 »