Three key defensive players are questionable for Sunday’s game between the Cardinals and Texans.
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Jamie Dukes breaks down the top five tough guys in the league today.
Posted: Monday, July 20th, 2009 | Jason La Canfora Tags: Anquan Boldin, Arizona Cardinals, Baltimore Ravens, Brett Favre, D.J. Hackett, Darnell Dockett, DeAndre Levy, Derrick Mason, Everette Brown, Jamie Dukes, John Harbaugh, Josh Cribbs, Kareem Moore, Karlos Dansby, Michael Vick, Mike Vick, Minnesota Vikings
Good to be back at work after a week of vacation. Now it’s time to touch on a few topics that have been in the news while I was gone, and some of these I likely will be following up on this week on NFL Total Access.
The Cardinals continue to work on a contract extension for wide receiver Anquan Boldin, but a new deal for defensive tackle Darnell Dockett is less of a priority, according to team president Michael Bidwill.
The agent for Cardinals franchised linebacker Karlos Dansby is in Arizona meeting with team officials, according to the Arizona Republic.
The Cardinals announced a statistical change Thursday, giving defensive tackle Darnell Dockett a share of a Super Bowl record.
They call this Media Day, but in some ways, it’s all backwards. In many cases, it’s just journalists interviewing journalists. The players even arm themselves with cameras, often turning them on reporters. Giants LB Antonio Pierce is one player acting as a journalist and giving interviews at the same time.
President Barack Obama ran on a platform of change, but the sense the Cardinals players have is that Obama is pulling for the Steelers, winners of five previous Super Bowls, to be the first professional team he greets in the White House as champions.
The cameras bring out the entertainer in everyone. As the media sets up their cameras, laptops and radio equipment, some of the Cardinals players sitting around waiting to get started decided to have somewhat of a dance-off. With the Scott Hanson and the NFL Network cameras on hand, CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie took center stage, with the rest of his teammates and a few media members as a captive audience.