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Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Ed Gant has been suspended four games by the National Football League for violating the league's policy against...

Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean reports the Tennessee Titans and Arizona Cardinals have discussed holding joint practice sessions after their August...

Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic reports Arizona Cardinals restricted free agent guard Deuce Lutui has signed his one-year tender.

Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic reports that Ken Harris, Arizona Cardinals restricted free agent guard Deuce Lutui's new agent, has met with...

Arizona Cardinals guard Rex Hadnot "tweaked" his knee during the team's "Organized Team Activity" session today, Darren Urban of AZCardinals.com...

As expected, the Arizona Cardinals have extended their one-year tender offer to restricted free agent guard Deuce Lutui.

Arizona Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt plans to keep his play-calling duties in 2010, Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic reports.

Count Arizona Cardinals restricted free agent nose tackle Gabe Watson among the ever-growing list of NFL players undergoing an MMA-style training...

The Arizona Cardinals have signed free agent fullback Charles Ali, Darren Urban of AZCardinals.com reports.

The Arizona Cardinals have announced the signing of free agent cornerback Justin Miller to a one-year deal.

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports free agent guard Alan Faneca has agreed to a one-year, $2.5 million dollar contract with the Arizona Cardinals....

Here's a recap of the trades from Day Two of the the 2010 NFL Draft....

During an appearance on 620 KTAR's "Doug & Wolf" show, ESPN's John Clayton said the Arizona Cardinals called the Pittsburgh Steelers about the...

Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic reports the contract that free agent kicker Jay Feely signed with the Arizona Cardinals is a two-year deal...

Welcome to the first playoff edition of Opposition Research, where I’ll be taking stock of the Packers instant-replay wild card opponent, the Arizona Cardinals.  Considering that the two teams just played, there isn’t much to add or change from last week’s more standard take on the Cardinals.  With the national media descending on the match, there’s no shortage of articles, angles, and predictions.  Let me walk you through just a few as we get set for the Packers return to the postseason.

Welcome to another edition of Opposition Research, where I’ll be taking a look at the final Packers opponent for the regular season, the Arizona Cardinals.  This W17 match-up is unique, since each team has clinched a playoff berth and 6 of 8 scenarios have the two teams battling it out again a week from now.  Who’s going to play and for how long are the great unknowns, and with the coaches keeping mum, I’m going to wing it and assume that we’ll get a real game for at least a quarter.  With that in mind, let’s do this.

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