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Kurt Warner during his Hall of Fame induction speech on Aug. 5 in Canton, Ohio.

Former Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner will receive his Hall of Fame ring at a halftime ceremony on Oct. 1 against the 49ers.
Warner was inducted into the Hall of Fame on Aug. 5 after a storybook career that was capped by helping the Cardinals reach the Super Bowl after the 2008 season. The others who made up the 2017 Hall of Fame class were kicker Morten Anderson, running back Terrell Davis, safety Kenny Easley, defensive end Jason Taylor, running back LaDainian Tomlinson and Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.

Warner was the 13th member of the Cardinals’ organization inducted into the Hall of Fame.
The team will also hold a halftime ceremony on Dec. 3 against the Rams to add former quarterback Jim Hart to the Ring of Honor. Hart, who played 18 years with the franchise, will become the 17th member of the Ring of Honor.
Hart owns the team record for career wins by a quarterback (87) and established franchise records for completions (2,590), attempts (5,069), passing yards (34,639) and touchdown passes (209). He was named to four consecutive Pro Bowls from 1974-77 and was the NFC Player of the Year in 1974.


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Carson Palmer spends enough time on the sideline these days.
When a Raiders penalty gave the Cardinals’ starting offense new life on Saturday, the veteran quarterback was ready to take advantage.
Palmer, who’s been on a reduced workload in practice to keep his arm fresh, made his preseason debut a successful one by capping his lone drive with a touchdown pass in a 20-10 win over the Raiders.
The Cardinals initially kicked a field goal on the possession, but an illegal formation on Oakland gave them a first down. Palmer then found Brittan Golden in the end zone between a pair of defenders on a third-and-goal from the 12 for a 7-0 lead.

“That was a nice little present we got there from them on that,” Palmer said. “We did a good job executing.”
Coach Bruce Arians said in the regular season he may have kept the points on the board, but between the offensive rhythm and the setting, decided to go for the touchdown. Palmer wanted more playing time after that, lobbying to finish out a first quarter which he said Arians promised him, but Arians quickly shut that down.
“I said 15 plays,” Arians told Palmer. “You’re done.”
Palmer finished the contest 4-of-8 for 39 yards and a touchdown. He should have had a touchdown pass earlier in the drive when Jaron Brown streaked wide open across the middle of the field, but the pass sailed just out of reach.
“(Brown) was perfect,” Arians said. “(Palmer) just put a little too much juice on it.”
The first-team defense allowed the Raiders – playing without quarterback Derek Carr, running back Marshawn Lynch and wideout Amari Cooper – to march into field goal range on their first possession. Defensive tackle Josh Mauro got a paw on the kick to keep Oakland scoreless, but Arians wasn’t happy.
“We should be putting the hammer down,” Arians said. “We’ve talked about that a bunch.”
Most of the defensive starters remained in for a second series and stoned the Raiders on fourth-and-1 at the Arizona 46 to force a turnover on downs. Defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche saw some action with that group and animatedly flew off the field after the stop.
“That feels good, man, because as a defense that’s what we’re predicated on – making stops and getting off the field,” Nkemdiche said. “If teams are going to line up and say ‘We’re going to get a first down’ and then we stop it, that’s big for us.”
Drew Stanton helped quell any rumblings of a backup quarterback controversy with a strong performance in his debut. Stanton played the second quarter, finishing 11-of-15 for 112 yards and a touchdown.

His scoring pass was a nifty one, as Stanton scrambled to his right and found tight end Troy Niklas, who navigated his way to an open area in a crowded end zone. Gabbert played the second half and finished 5-of-9 for 53 yards. He was sacked four times.
“I thought all three quarterbacks played really well,” Arians said.
Golden was one of the offensive standouts, finishing with three catches for 44 yards and a score as he battles for a roster spot. Scooby Wright registered the tackle on the fourth-and-1 stop and added a forced fumble on a kickoff, although Oakland recovered it. Recently-signed linebacker Josh Bynes finished with a team-high six tackles, a forced fumble and a half-sack.
It was a light day of work for many of the Cardinals’ stars. Larry Fitzgerald and David Johnson both started but were out of the game midway through the first series. Johnson carried the ball three times for 16 yards – showcasing a nasty stiff-arm twice on a 10-yard run – while Fitzgerald wasn’t targeted.
The Cardinals played without left tackle D.J. Humphries (hamstring), wide receiver John Brown (quadriceps) and wide receiver Chad Williams (shin splints), among others.
Overall, it was an encouraging night. The team mostly avoided injuries – tight end Ricky Seals-Jones suffered an ankle injury and Golden tweaked a groin – and the starters looked solid in their first preseason work.
“It wasn’t perfect,” Palmer said. “You never walk away feeling you did everything perfect. But it just felt good to be out playing again.”


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Everyone knows Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson is a stud, but he’s also one of the league’s best bargains.

It’s an easy label to give the third-round pick from 2015 when he scored 20 total touchdowns and had over 2,000 all-purpose yards in his second NFL season

Johnson’s $800,000 salary from his four-year, nearly $3 million contract signed after the 2015 NFL Draft makes him a great fit for a concept of building the NFL’s best roster possible under the salary cap.

That’s what ESPN’s Bill Barnwell was after crafting his “perfect NFL roster,” making a full 53-man roster with a couple of rules attached.

Johnson is the team’s starting running back, and as Barnwell notes, the all-around ability of Johnson is nearly unmatched.

The only all-purpose back who compares to David Johnson is Le’Veon Bell, whose $12.1 million franchise tender all but disqualifies him for this team. Johnson will be the focus of the backfield, but he will get help.

Johnson was the lone Cardinal to make the list.

Barnwell’s rules included at least one player from each team, but no more than three from one franchise. He also used the bottom of his roster to fill out special teams roles and put a limit on seven rookies, as they are easy cheap options for this type of exercise.

For those wondering who made it over other Cardinals standouts like Patrick Peterson and Larry Fitzgerald, Barnwell wouldn’t have had the luxury of cutting costs with their selections like he did with Johnson.

His three corners — Chris Harris, Malcolm Butler and Jalen Ramsey — cost $19 million combined. Peterson’s salary for the 2017-18 season is over $13 million.

The same applied at wide receiver. Odell Beckham, Amari Cooper and Michael Thomas formed the team’s trio at a combined cost of $10.69 million while Fitzgerald makes a $15.85 million salary this season.


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GLENDALE, Ariz. — Cardinals rookie running back T.J. Logan was diagnosed with a dislocated wrist that will require surgery, coach Bruce Arians said Saturday. Logan will be placed on injured reserve and is expected to miss about 12 weeks, which could put his return around Week 8, Arians added.

Logan, who was a fifth-round draft pick out of North Carolina, was injured late in Thursday’s Hall of Fame game against the Dallas Cowboys. He left the game and was getting his wrist examined in the fourth quarter, according to the television broadcast.

“It’s a blow to him,” Arians said. “He was just about to make a nice role for himself. He obviously looked electric on the kick returns and the punt returns. Somebody else just has to step up and do it.”

Arians said Logan, who returned two kickoffs for 71 yards and a punt for 10 yards, earned the job as Arizona’s main returner on Thursday.

“When he went up and caught that punt full-speed fearlessly,” Arians said, “that was pretty impressive.”

Arians called Logan’s injury a “shame.”


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An early look at the depth chart spots
Posted by Darren Urban on July 23, 2017 – 9:34 am

There is no official depth chart until right before the first game of the preseason (which, given that the Cardinals play Aug. 3 in Canton against the Cowboys, is sooner than normal anyway), but after the first practice of training camp, we get an idea at least of how the players are stacked for now.
Among the areas to note: The base defense and the offensive line.
On the line, the first unit was pretty plain during offseason work:
LT D.J. Humphries
LG Mike Iupati
C A.Q. Shipley
RG Evan Boehm
RT Jared Veldheer
The second unit lined up this way:
LT Ulrick John
LG Kaleb Johnson
C Cole Toner
RG Tony Bergstrom
RT John Wetzel
Interesting to see that rookie guard Dorian Johnson is not even second unit right now, considering so many have talked about him challenging Boehm for a starting spot. But realistically, it’s not a surprise. A lot can change over the five weeks of camp, but this is where they are right now.
Defensively, here’s how they lined up in base (first-second unit)
DT Josh Mauro Robert Nkemdiche
NT Corey Peters Rodney Gunter
DT Frostee Rucker Olsen Pierre
OLB Markus Golden Kareem Martin
ILB Haason Reddick Gabe Martin
ILB Karlos Dansby Scooby Wright
OLB Chandler Jones Alani Fua
CB Patrick Peterson Jumal Rolle
CB Justin Bethel Brandon Williams
S Tyrann Mathieu Budda Baker
S Tyvon Branch Antoine Bethea
Things change in sub-packages — Bethea, for instance, is ahead of Baker at this point, on the first unit — but again, this will ebb and flow to a certain degree.


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Arizona Cardinals second round draft pick Budda Baker (36) works out during an NFL football rookie minicamp at the team’s training facility, Friday, May 12, 2017, in Tempe, Ariz. (AP Photo/Matt York)
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Unfortunately Budda Baker’s college schedule prevented him from joining his Cardinals teammates for OTAs and mini-camp.

Besides missing out on practices and the chance to get to know everyone, the second-round pick also did not get to ease into the Arizona summer.

“I’m not going to lie, the first week I was dying,” Baker, formerly of the Washington Huskies, told the Blitz with B-Train and Jurecki on 98.7 FM, Arizona’s Sports Station Wednesday. “You can do all the conditioning you can in Seattle and all that type of stuff, but once that heat hits you it’s a whole different type of story.

“The first couple days I was dying, but I got acclimated to it and now it’s what, it’s 100 out here right now, and I’m thinking it’s cool.”


Baker will probably figure out that you never truly get acclimated to the desert heat, though one can get used to it. In time he will also learn that it’s the bit of suffering Valley residents must push through in order to be rewarded with fall, winter and spring.

That knowledge will come in time, same as his understanding of Arizona’s defense and his role within the team.

Baker was with the Cardinals during rookie mini-camp but not around for the full-team practices, and though he would have preferred to be around for all the offseason work, he does not feel like he’s too far behind.

“For me, I always try to watch film, watch film of the practices,” he said, adding he stayed in close contact with safeties coach Nick Rapone. “So I feel like I’m not really that far behind.

“The only thing I haven’t done is really taken the reps with the whole team; the rookies have done seven-on-seven and all that type of stuff, so I’ve been able to run the plays consistently during seven-on-seven so now it’s just a matter of doing it at camp.”

The 5-foot-10, 195-pound defensive back whom the Cardinals traded up in the second round to acquire 36th overall said the defense he is part of now is “very similar” to what he ran in college, with the main difference really being the language used by defensive coordinator James Bettcher.

A smaller safety, Baker is capable of playing in the box or as a nickel cornerback, which is the kind of role Tyrann Mathieu fills. In 2016, Baker notched 70 tackles, 9.5 tackles for loss, three sacks and two interceptions, displaying the kind of all-around game that has made Mathieu such a force.

“I believe I have a similar skillset,” Baker said. “He’s been doing it for a while now, longer than me, so for me it’s just I can learn as much as I can from Tyrann just because we have the same type of body stature, we can do similar type of things.”

How much of those things the Cardinals ask him to do will be dictated by how quickly he picks up their system.

Baker will really get to immerse himself in it all when training camp begins in late July, and then when preseason games start not long after. He said he is excited for that time because he will finally get to take the field with all of his new teammates, which will be a fun experience but also one he plans on learning from.

“So for these preseason games, I know the rookies get a lot of reps, so get as much reps as I can. I like to think of it as these preseason games are like my OTAs and mini-camp that I missed,” he said. “Just getting all these reps, taking as much reps as I can — whether it’s defense or special teams — and ultimately competing. That’s my goal.”


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Cardinals first-round pick Haason Reddick (left) has some fun with teammate Chad Williams before throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at Friday night’s Diamondbacks game.

Haason Reddick, fitting for a first-round draft pick, was certain his stuff would be electric Friday night when he threw out the ceremonial first pitch at the Arizona Diamondbacks game.
The fellow rookies he brought with him expected as much.
“Can’t go up there and look like 50 Cent,” tackle Will Holden said.
Reddick delivered a strike – the Cardinals linebacker was joined by the Phoenix Suns first-round pick, Josh Jackson – and noted that “the D-Backs might want to come holler at me.”
It had been important for Reddick to invite his teammates, who made sure to ask them all after he found out he would be taking the mound. Not all could

join, but in all 11 rookies took part in Reddick’s baseball excursion: Holden, wide receiver Chad Williams, center Lucas Crowley, cornerback Gump Hayes, receiver Krishawn Hogan, cornerback Ryan Lewis, tackle Jonathan McLaughlin, cornerback Sojourn Shelton, tight end Steven Wroblewski, defensive tackle Pasoni Tasini and cornerback Rudy Ford.
“With all the OTAs and the minicamps and the training, to be able to do something as a group instead of sitting around the hotel, we get to be a group and enjoy each other’s company,” Reddick said. “We get to bond.”
It’s not unusual this time of year for the rookies to bond. They arrive as a group – both drafted and undrafted – at the same time, learning their way around an NFL team while the veterans are set.
The rookies have one week left of a three-week stint in Tempe without the veterans. They finish June 30; the Cardinals report to training camp July 21. In addition to work on the field and in the weight room, the group also has taken a field trip to the county jail, part of the team’s off-field player development.
“This is kind of our time,” Williams said. “At first, you’re just trying to find your way around the building. Now, I can walk through the building with a blindfold on.”
Coach Bruce Arians had already praised the work ethic of the class during full-team work. The rookies hope they can use some of the chemistry they are building now to aid once the team reconvenes next month.
“I have a lot of friends on other teams right now and they are back home,” Holden said. “They are not even talking to any of their new teammates. They didn’t really do anything together during their time in OTAs and minicamp. When you get guys together when you really don’t know each other, before the season, it’s really good to go into camp like that.”


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TEMPE, Ariz. — Game recognizes game, or so the saying goes.

Sometimes, it doesn’t matter the sport.

Arizona Cardinals backup quarterback Drew Stanton took his family back to Indianapolis, Indiana, where he played with the Colts in 2012, to attend the Indianapolis 500 during Memorial Day Weekend. Though he has a front-row seat for the best football played on earth and is a teammate with one of the best football players of this generation (Larry Fitzgerald), Stanton wanted to see the best at another sport compete in their Super Bowl.

“It was awesome,” Stanton said. “To be able to see everything and take my son back to where he was born and be a part of that, it’s awesome to go to different sporting events and be able to see the best in the world do what they do.”

Stanton had a vested interest in this year’s race. He was pulling for Pippa Mann, who was his neighbor in Indianapolis, according to one of this tweets.

Stanton sat in between Turns 3 and 4 at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway, part of a crowd estimated to be about 300,000 large.

“You could feel that energy at the start of the race,” Stanton said. “It was awesome; those goose bumps. The cars are flying by you like a sonic boom. It was really cool to see.

“An experience that I’m really glad to say I’ve been a part of now.”