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There are only 51 days left until the Arizona Cardinals open the 2016 NFL season against the New England Patriots.

So to celebrate let’s take Cheap Carson Palmer Jersey a look at some stats with 51 and some of the players within Cardinals history who have worn 51.

There have not been a ton of great players that have worn 51 for the Cardinals, Tom Brahaney was probably Cheap Paul Christman Jersey the best, or at least played for the longest while wearing the number.
Two inside linebackers have worn 51 for the Cardinals recently, Paris Lenon and now Kevin Minter. Their play has been Arizona Cardinals Jerseys China actually quite similar. I expect Minter to pass Lenon this year though.
Remember Daryl Blackstock? He wore 51 in his last season in Arizona. I always was waiting for him to turn into Cheap Simeon Rice Jersey a good player, and it never happened.
51 is the number of passing touchdowns thrown by Paul Christman, that ranks seventh in Cardinals history. Christman took from 1945 to 1949 to throw that many touchdowns. The quarterback history for the Cardinals is really depressing.
Carson Palmer had a 51.11 QBR in 2013. I still have no idea what this means. But it goes with 51, so.
Simeon Rice is second in career sacks with the Cardinals at 51.5, that happened from 1996 to 2000. 79 games, 51.5 sacks. And they Cheap Tom Brahaney Jersey couldn’t figure out a way to keep him. Hopefully Calais passes him this year to take the second position on the list.

when it comes to earning Ollie Matson Jersey the final RB spot presumably

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There is no clear-and-definitive choice so why not Ollie Matson?

With 33 days remaining until the Eagles’ scheduled regular-season opener against the Washington Football Team, one of the NFL’s top players from the 1950s represents the franchise at No. 33 in our daily jersey countdown to kickoff.

A Hall of Fame running back, Matson did most of his damage for the old Chicago Cardinals, making six Pro Bowls and getting Stitched Arizona Cardinals Jerseys seven All-Pro nods on his way to Canton. He ended his brilliant 14-year career with three seasons in Philadelphia, however, amassing 608 yards over 40 games.

A 1950s All-Decade team member, Matson was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1972. His cachet was such that the Eagles put Matson in their own HOF as well, one of only 37 players so honored and part of the inaugural class in 1987.

The No. 3 overall pick out of San Francisco in the 1952 NFL Draft, Matson arrived in the NFL as a ready-made star having participated in the 1952 Helsinki Summer Olympic Games as a sprinter, winning a bronze medal in the 400-meters Cheap Ollie Matson Jersey and a silver as part of the United States 4×400-meter relay team.

When Matson retired in 1966, his 12,799 career all-purpose yards were second in league history behind only the legendary Jim Brown.

Current number 33:

Elijah Holyfield/Grayland Arnold. The Eagles have split the number offense/defense for training camp.

Holyfield, the son for former heavyweight boxing champion of the world Evander Holyfield, was brought in for the playoff game against Seattle back in January as depth in the backfield after his practice-squad contract in Carolina expired so he’s got a bit of a head start on undrafted rookie Michael Warren when it comes to earning the final RB spot presumably behind Miles Sanders, Boston Scott, and Corey Clement.

At 5-foot-10 and 215 pounds, Holyfield is no burner, which is why he went undrafted out of the University of Georgia after running a 4.78 40-yard dash, at the combine. During his final season at Georgia Holyfield served as a team captain and rushed for 1,018 yards (6.4 avg.) and seven touchdowns, joining teammate De’Andre Swift (1,049) as two of eight SEC players to crack the 1,000-yard barrier that season.

Arnold, meanwhile, is a high-level undrafted free agent defensive back out of Baylor who the Eagles believe has position versatility on the back end, something which fits the offseason narrative of the so-called positionless player who can move between safety and slot cornerback in the big nickel.

A Sports Illustrated second-team All-American as a senior Arnold finished off his Baylor career with seven interceptions.

Top 3 to wear number 33:

3. Louie Giammona. The undersized Giammona’s presence on the Eagles roster smacked of nepotism considering he is Dick Vermeil’s nephew but the default to that sentiment fails to take into account that Giammona was an eighth-round pick of the New York Jets out of Utah State in 2018 and made that team as a rookie, playing in 14 games and rushing for 150 yards while also serving as a returner at times.

By the time Giammona reached Philadelphia two years later, he quickly settled into a backup RB and special-teams role for five seasons. The 1980 Super Bowl XV campaign was Giammona’s most productive as a professional with 361 yards rushing and another 178 receiving.

2. Billy Ray Barnes. To the more modern football fan if you hear the name Billy Bob you probably want to think about a beefy offensive lineman helping “Mox” and “Tweeder” lift the West Canaan Coyotes to another big win en route to the next district title. There is no Billy Bob in Eagles’ lore but we got close with Billy Ray Barnes, the former halfback who broke onto the scene in the late-1950s and was a part of the 1960 championship team.

Barnes played the first five of nine NFL seasons in Philadelphia as a second-round pick out of Wake Forest in 1957. He was a starter in the backfield for most of his time with the Eagles and an ironman, playing all 60 regular-season games he was with the franchise.

In the 1960 championship season, Barnes started all 12 games as a halfback though he managed only 315 yards on 117 carries. In the championship game itself, Barnes was the second-leading rusher behind Ted Dean with 42 yards on 13 carries.

1. Ollie Matson. See Above.


Erie Bieniemy. The next rising star in the revered Andy Reid coaching tree, Bieniemy finished his nine-year playing career in 1999 with the Eagles as a backup running back. He played in all 16 games and rushed for 75 yards. That of course was Reid’s first year as a head coach and Bieniemy’s smarts made an impression.

By 2001, Bieniemy was in the coaching ranks at his alma mater, the University of Colorado, and by 2006 he was back in the NFL as Adrian Peterson’s position coach with the Minnesota Vikings. After a two-year stint back at Colorado as the offensive coordinator, Reid brought in Bieniemy to be his RB coach in 2013. By 2018 after Matt Nagy got the top job in Chicago, Bieniemy was promoted to be the OC and is regarded as an almost surefire future head coach.

Others: Guy Turnbow, Ray Spillers, Bob Masters, Taldon Manton, Jack Banta, Steve Sader, Russ Craft, Roy Barni, Willie Berzinski, Merrill Douglas, Don Jonas, Ron Blye, Steve Preece, Randy Jackson, Ronald “Po” James, Mike Waters, William Frizzell, Kevin Bouie, Tim Watson, Aaron Hayden, Thomas Hamner, Terrence Carroll, Clinton Hart, Donald Strickland, Jack Ikegwuonu, Jerome Harrison, Jordan Poyer, Chris Prosinski, Ron Brooks, Dexter McDougle, and Josh Adams.

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He has been an NFL player, a Realtor and mortgage broker, but what Michael Bankston has discovered is that working with children is his most rewarding career.

“I’ve been working with kids in some aspect the whole time but on a regular daily basis for the last seven years,” said the Mesa resident.

Bankston played defensive lineman for the Arizona Cardinals from 1992 to 1997. He was traded to the Cincinnati Bengals and played the same position for them 1998-2000.

A knee injury when he played for the Washington Redskins in 2001 forced him to leave football.

Now he is a case manager at Canyon State Academy in Queen Creek, working with underprivileged boys and those with special-education needs between the ages of 11-17.

He works in admissions and is a liaison Cheap Arizona Cardinals Jerseys between students, their families and the courts.

Founded in 1948, the school aims “to help at-risk children and adolescents to develop self-respect and self-confidence while providing vital social, educational and vocational skills which allowed youth to return to their communities as productive young adults,” according to its website.

Boasting a “strong athletic legacy,” Canyon State Academy drew the support of the late Arizona State University coach Frank Kush, a member of its advisory board.

In 2000, Canyon State Academy revised its residential program to offer academic, career and technical training, athletics and evidence-based treatment curricula to give at-risk youth opportunities to improve their lives.

Today, it holds numerous partnerships with Sun Valley Community Church, government agencies, stakeholders, businesses and universities.

The nonprofit academy operated by Rite of Passage, a national provider of therapeutic and educational programs for youth that has a wide assortment of programs in education, youth shelter, family and community aftercare and Cheap Michael Bankston Jersey intensive treatment for youth involved in the juvenile justice system.

Born and raised in a small country town of Elm Grove, Texas, Bankston was one of six children.

His father died when Michael was 5, leaving his mother to raise the kids on her own.

Bankston earned an athletic full-ride scholarship to Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas, where he played football all four years and was voted a distinguished alumnus and a member of its Hall of Honors for Athletics.

He uses his experiences on the football field to help guide and mentor the children.

He said he often tells the children at Canyon State Academy, “Take ‘I can’t’ and ‘I won’t’ out of your vocabulary and replace them with ‘I can’ and ‘I will.’”

Bankston also engages in a lot of charity and community service work.

He is on the board at Future for Kids, an after-school mentoring program for at-risk youth that provides education and physical activities for kids.

That program sponsors several events in different venues each year to raise funds used to mentor, feed and motivate kids at no cost to the families.

He’s also on the board of the National Football Foundation and the Sam Houston Black Alumni Association, donating his time as well to many charity events, golf tournaments, cancer awareness programs and children’s hospitals.

He’s a coach for football camps and YMCA programs.

As the Cardinals celebrate their 100th season, Bankston is listed as one of the team’s top 100 players

“It was an honor,” said Bankston, noting the team’s migration from Chicago to St. Louis Cardinals and then here where it was first called the Phoenix Cardinals.

That top 100 involves players from all those teams, “so it was an honor to be named 62 out of the top 100,” he said.

“It’s the best of both worlds because I still do some things with the Arizona Cardinals, I do a lot of youth camps, speaking to youth,” said Bankston. “It goes hand-in-hand.”

Married and the father of four children, Bankston said mentoring youth has its challenges.

”It’s more difficult to get the youth we deal with today to see they have a brighter future,” he said.

“We can’t make anybody change,” he added. “They have to change themselves in order to have a successful future. My encouragement to them is to get them to see they are valuable and need to start taking advantage of opportunities because they will pass you by.”