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    Getty Images Kliff Kingsbury looks on against the Seattle Seahawks on November 21, 2021. With no football on a Sunday due to the Week 12 bye, there’s still some news for the Arizona Cardinals. According to ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter, the Oklahoma Sooners are targeting coach Kliff Kingsbury as a head coach target. Oklahoma has targeted Cardinals’ HC Kliff Kingsbury as one of the potential replacements for Lincoln Riley, league sources tell ESPN. Kingsbury has one year remaining on his contract after this season. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 28, 2021 Oklahoma lost highly-sought-out coach Lincoln Riley, who is reportedly set to be named head coach at USC. The transition from the Big 12 to the SEC could be a reason why Riley left Oklahoma. Now, they’re interested in the former college head coach who posted a 35-40 record with Texas Tech before being hired by the Cardinals in 2019. Of course, after a 9-2 start, Kingsbury is the favorite for coach of the year according to Draft Kings. Coach of the Year odds on DraftKings:...
    Getty Images Kyler Murray celebrates after Eno Benjamin scores a touchdown against the San Francisco 49ers on November 7, 2021. The news world for the Arizona Cardinals in terms of injuries was a tad slow on November 11, as the injury report remained nearly the same as the day before. But on November 12, there’s good injury news concerning a few players. For one, it’s a hopeful sign of things to come. Kyler Murray participated in Friday’s portion of practice open to the media. It’s his first appearance since suffering an ankle injury in the last drive of Week 8’s loss to the Green Bay Packers. QB Kyler Murray was back on the field this morning during the open part of practice. Did not look like he was fully stepping into his throws, but he was out there and participating. #AZCardinals — Alex Weiner (@alexjweiner) November 12, 2021 Coach Kliff Kingsbury is ruling Murray a game-day decision against the Carolina Panthers, similar to Week 9’s course of action. It’s all up to Murray’s readiness to play. Kingsbury...
    TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Quarterback Kyler Murray was back at practice on Friday, potentially giving the Arizona Cardinals a boost heading into Sunday’s home game against the Carolina Panthers. Murray missed a game for the first time in his three-year career last weekend against the San Francisco 49ers because of an ankle injury. Backup Colt McCoy played well in Murray’s absence, completing 22 of 26 passes for 249 yards and a touchdown in Arizona’s 31-17 victory. But there’s no doubt Arizona’s offense is more versatile with Murray, who is always a threat to run. The 24-year-old quarterback is one of the league’s top MVP candidates through the first half of the season, completing nearly 73% of his passes for 2,276 yards, 17 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He’s also run for three touchdowns. Kingsbury didn’t commit to playing Murray on Sunday, but said the quarterback is trending in the right direction. “He’s progressing, it’s good to have him out there,” Kingsbury said. “We’ll see how he feels tomorrow, Sunday, and go from there.” The Cardinals have the NFL’s best record at...
    Speculation is swirling that Josh Norman’s days in San Francisco 49ers may be done after the cornerback committed a costly taunting penalty in Sunday’s 31-17 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. Reaction online to Norman’s 15-yard penalty has been fierce, beginning the moment it happened, but NBC Sports Bay Area Reporter Jennifer Lee Chan reported after the game on November 7 that Norman’s future with the team could be in jeopardy. Here's where Norman was flagged for taunting pic.twitter.com/y3F7vuAh7f — ✯✯✯✯✯ (@FTBVids_YT) November 7, 2021 ALL the latest 49ers news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on 49ers newsletter here! Join Heavy on 49ers! Norman’s Sideline Scuffle Came on 4th and 35Norman was flagged for taunting after getting into a verbal mix-up along the Cardinals’ sideline with some Cardinal players as well as the team’s coach, Kliff Kingsbury. Kingsbury was flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct on the same play. But the foul gave the Cards extended life on the field. If Norman hadn’t committed the penalty, the Cardinals would have been facing a fourth-and-35 on San Francisco’s 36-yard line. Kicker...
    Joe Millionaire Revival, Featuring Two Bachelors, to Premiere in 2022 Credit Suisse earnings beat estimates, but get hit by Mozambique scandal charge © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Arizona head coach Kliff Kingsbury says there’s no one in need of blame for the unfortunate miscommunication that sunk the Cardinals at the end of last Thursday’s loss to the Green Bay Packers. Wide receiver A.J. Green seemingly missed a change to the play call from quarterback Kyler Murray that left him not looking for a pass that ended up as a game-ending interception from Packers cornerback Rasul Douglas. The error gave the Packers a 24-21 victory and the top spot in the NFC through the first eight weeks of the season. “It had nothing to do with a fault of somebody,” Kingsbury said, via Howard Balzer of AllCardinals.com. “It’s one guy thought it was one thing, the other guy thought it was something else. And so [Green] understands what he’s meant to this offense so far, and how much better we’ve...
    Getty Images Rashan Gary is called for a penalty while pressuring Kyler Murray on October 28, 2021. Arizona Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury didn’t give a concrete answer on Kyler Murray’s availability for Sunday’s game against the San Francisco 49ers in Week 9. Kingsbury described the injury as “day-to-day” but at the same time, the extra days of rest gave Murray some support. ALL the latest Cardinals news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Cardinals newsletter here! Join Heavy on Cardinals! “We’re still progressing through that,” Kingsbury told reporters Monday, November 1. “I know the weekend definitely helped, and so we’ll see where it goes from here.” Murray hurt his ankle during the Cardinals’ second-to-last play of their near-triumphant 94-yard drive that ended with a game-winning interception by Packers’ Rasul Douglas. He was in a walking boot after the game according to ESPN’s Josh Weinfuss, but clarified how he actually felt. “Yeah, I’m good,” Murray after the game. “A guy rolled up on me.” The Cardinals are 7-1 and are tied with the best record...
    Devon Sawa Reveals Which of His Iconic 90s Movies He Tried to Show His Kids (Exclusive) Cramers Mad Money Recap 10/29: Apple, Amazon, Starbucks © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Kyler Murray limped off the field after his interception in the waning seconds Thursday, and he wore a walking boot on his left leg as he left the stadium. Despite the quarterback’s declaration that he’s “good,” Murray needs the mini-bye that comes after playing on a Thursday night. “I know he was sore today,” Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury said Friday, via Josh Weinfuss of ESPN. “Hopefully, the next two or three days off will be good for him. We’ll see where he’s at next week.” Murray, who is in his third season since the Cardinals made him the No. 1 overall choice, has never missed a game. He completed 22 of 33 passes for 274 yards with no touchdowns and two interceptions. Packers cornerback Rasul Douglas, who was with the Cardinals earlier this season, picked Murray in the end zone...
    TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Linebacker Chandler Jones was back at the Arizona’s practice facility on Friday. Head coach Kliff Kingsbury was not. The undefeated Cardinals are still sifting through COVID-19 issues as they prepare to face the Houston Texans on Sunday. Arizona’s trying to push to 7-0 for the first time since 1974. Kingsbury, quarterbacks coach Cam Turner, Jones and defensive linemen Zach Allen and Corey Peters all missed last week’s 37-14 win over the Cleveland Browns after testing positive on the virus. So far, only Turner and Jones have returned. Defensive coordinator Vance Joseph said Kingsbury is “getting better by the day” and the team is still hoping he’d be cleared by Sunday. Joseph added that if Kingsbury’s not available, the Cardinals would go with a similar plan as last week’s game in Cleveland, where Joseph was in charge of the defense and assistant receviers coach Spencer Whipple called the offensive plays. Kingsbury has been able to handle all the offensive meetings virtually from his home. “The plan that we have on that side of the ball is...
    Kendall Jenner rocks a crop top with a slit in NYC, more celeb photos from Oct. 11-16 Cramers Mad Money Recap: J&J, Netflix, Nvidia, Tesla The Arizona Cardinals will be without head coach Kliff Kingsbury on Sunday. Kingsbury, the team announced on Friday night, was one of three people in the organization to test positive for COVID-19. He, along with quarterbacks coach Cam Turner and defensive lineman Zach Allen, will miss the game at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland. The Cardinals have yet to travel to Cleveland for the game, and are scheduled to do so on Saturday. The NFL, according to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, isn’t considering making any changes to the game due to the outbreak. The Cardinals are “going into enhanced mitigation protocols," meaning every player and staff member will be tested for the coronavirus daily regardless of their vaccination status. Arizona linebacker Chandler Jones also landed on the reserve/COVID-19 list on Tuesday, and Kingsbury said at the time that Jones was symptomatic. Video: Can Browns ruin Murray, Cardinals' perfection? (NBC Sports) Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD...
    The Arizona Cardinals will have to try to continue their unbeaten start to the 2021 season without head coach Kliff Kingsbury after a COVID-19 outbreak. The Cardinals are the only undefeated team remaining in the NFL, but their hopes of keeping that unblemished record intact just took a hit. Head coach Kliff Kingsbury and two others within the Cardinals organization have tested positive for COVID-19 and will not head to Cleveland for the Browns game.Kliff Kingsbury, Cam Turner and Zach Allen out with COVID-19Kingsbury tested positive on Friday along with quarterbacks coach Cam Turner and defensive lineman Zach Allen, according to Adam Schefter. “In Kingsbury’s place, DC Vance Joseph and assistant HC/ST coordinator Jeff Rodgers will split the Cards’ head-coaching duties,” Schefter reported. Allen has started four out of five games this season. He has one sack and 10 total tackles in his third year in the league. Arizona already had to deal with Chandler Jones being on the COVID list after testing positive with minor symptoms this week. He will have to have two negative tests in a row...
    TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona coach Kliff Kingsbury will miss the Cardinals’ game Sunday at Cleveland after testing positive for COVID-19. Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    (CNN) — Nicholas Kristof, the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, announced Thursday that he is departing The New York Times as he explores a run for governor of Oregon. 2011 photo: Nicholas D. Kristof(Photo by Katherine Frey/The Washington Post via Getty Images)  “I’ve been on the ride of a lifetime with The Times. I’ve gotten to know presidents and tyrants, Nobel laureates and warlords, while visiting 160 countries. And precisely because I have a great job, outstanding editors and the best readers, I may be an idiot to leave,” Kristof said in a statement. “But you all know how much I love Oregon, and how much I’ve been seared by the suffering of old friends there,” he added. “So I’ve reluctantly concluded that I should try not only to expose problems but also see if I can fix them directly.” Kristof, who has worked as an opinion columnist since 2001 and is among the newspaper’s most prominent journalists, had been on leave since July as he explored whether to run for the office. His move to part ways with The Times signals...
    Liberal New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof walked away from the paper on Thursday after a 37-year career as he explores a possible run for Oregon governor.  The Times published a note from opinion editor Kathleen Kingsbury announcing Kristof’s decision.  Liberal columnist Nicholas Kristof called his time at The New York Times the "ride of a lifetime." (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images) (Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation) "Few columnists have better embodied the journalist values of The Times than Nick Kristof, which makes it all the harder to say today that he has decided to leave us after a storied 37-year career," Kingsbury wrote.  LIBERAL NEW YORK TIMES COLUMNIST NICHOLAS KRISTOF PONDERING RUN FOR OREGON GOVERNOR She noted Kristof, who has been a columnist since 2001, has been on leave since June as he explores a run for governor of Oregon "in accordance" with the paper’s guidelines. Oregon Gov. Kate Brown is facing term limits and the state’s Democratic primary will be significant as the winner will likely be favored to beat a Republican challenger. Oregon hasn't elected a Republican...
    New York (CNN Business)Nicholas Kristof, the Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, announced Thursday that he is departing The New York Times (NYT) as he explores a run for governor of Oregon."I've been on the ride of a lifetime with The Times. I've gotten to know presidents and tyrants, Nobel laureates and warlords, while visiting 160 countries. And precisely because I have a great job, outstanding editors and the best readers, I may be an idiot to leave," Kristof said in a statement."But you all know how much I love Oregon, and how much I've been seared by the suffering of old friends there," he added. "So I've reluctantly concluded that I should try not only to expose problems but also see if I can fix them directly."Kristof, who has worked as an opinion columnist since 2001 and is among the newspaper's most prominent journalists, had been on leave since July as he explored whether to run for the office.His move to part ways with The Times signals he has likely made the decision to run.Read More"Few columnists have better embodied the...
    20 facts you might not know about Jurassic Park What Income Level Is Considered Middle Class in Your State? © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The Cardinals were able to hold off the 49ers on Sunday and move their record to 5-0 on the season, but life in the NFL means there’s not much time to celebrate a win before it is time to get ready for your next game. Arizona’s next game will be a road date with the Browns and head coach Kliff Kingsbury turned his attention toward the team’s trip to Cleveland on Monday. The Browns rank sixth in points scored and their defense only allowed 13 points in Weeks Three and Four before the Chargers put up 47 points against them on Sunday. “The Browns are loaded,” Kingsbury said, via the team’s website. “They’re as talented as roster you’ll find in the NFL. Kevin Stefanski is an incredible offensive mind. He’s a guy like Kyle Shanahan and Sean McVay that does a tremendous job with the...
    Getty Arizona Cardinals linebacker Jordan Hicks celebrates after a defensive stop against the Philadelphia Eagles at State Farm Stadium on December 20, 2020, in Glendale, Arizona. Hicks played four seasons with the Eagles before signing a four-year contract with the Cardinals in 2019. The Arizona Cardinals have announced the team captains for the 2021 season, with quarterback Kyler Murray, defensive end J.J. Watt and wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins headlining the nine-player list. Safety Budda Baker and linebackers Chandler Jones and Jordan Hicks join Watt as defensive captains, while linemen Rodney Hudson and D.J. Humphries round out the list on the offensive side of the ball. Linebacker Dennis Gardeck is the captain on special teams. Your 2021 Team Captains:@K1 @buddabaker32 @DeAndreHopkins @DGardeck @chanjones55 @JordanHicks Rodney Hudson@74_hump @JJWatt #RedSea pic.twitter.com/6bUcf9mbKZ — Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) September 8, 2021 It’s the fourth time Jones has served as captain for the Cardinals, and the second time for Murray, Baker, Humphries and Gardeck. Hopkins, now in his second year in Arizona, becomes a Cardinals captain for the first time.Hicks Turns Strong Camp into Captain...
    Getty Images Safety Chris Banjo on the field during Red & White Practice in 2020. Earlier on August 30, the Arizona Cardinals cut 10 players as they near the 53-man roster deadline in 24 hours. Those names include OL Shaq Calhoun, RB Tavien Feaster, C Michal Menet, DL Cam Murray, CB Picasso Nelson, WR A.J. Richardson, LB Evan Weaver, P Ryan Winslow, LB Bryson Young and the most surprising one in WR KeeSean Johnson. Coach Kliff Kingsbury talked about the decision of cutting Johnson. “KeeSean’s a guy who played here, we obviously drafted him,” said Kingsbury. “We know he can play in this league. Just tough competition in that room. There are some other guys that have stepped up and it just became a numbers game.” The Cardinals made a couple more transactions since, releasing WR Andre Baccellia and CB Jace Whittaker. The Cardinals released WR Andre Baccellia, per source. — Josh Weinfuss (@joshweinfuss) August 30, 2021 The Cardinals are releasing CB Jace Whittaker, per source. — Josh Weinfuss (@joshweinfuss) August 30, 2021 Coach Kliff Kingsbury said the...
    Patrick Mahomes makes his entrance into State Farm Stadium for Friday’s game.  The Kansas City Chiefs have been the talk of the town regardless of whether Patrick Mahomes takes a snap in preseason or not. They have the talent, the coaching and the attention that they deserve. Nonetheless it looks like Mahomes may be taking a snap, so it looks like the talking is going to to ramp up for Friday night football. Why is this so important? Well, no one has seen Mahomes take any snaps in preseason play. As a matter of fact, we haven’t seen him take a snap since the Super Bowl in February. Brian DeArdo of CBS Sports confirms that Mahomes may get extended playing time in the first half matchup against the Arizona Cardinals.Patrick Mahomes is seen suited up and entering State Farm Stadium for the Friday night preseason game between Kansas City and ArizonaPatrick Mahomes ready to get to work ???? (via @NFL) pic.twitter.com/qxKvqsqaa6 — FanSided (@FanSided) August 20, 2021 This matchup is even more important because this will be the first meeting...
    Google and Microsoft End Their Five-Year Cease-Fire Heres a curveball: Attorney for alleged shell stock hijacker quits lawsuit targeting New World Gold © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The Cardinals made a big splash in 2020 when they traded for wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, but they finished out of playoff position after losing five of their final seven games. More big names came aboard this offseason. Defensive end J.J. Watt, wide receiver A.J. Green, cornerback Malcolm Butler, center Rodney Hudson, and running back James Conner have all joined the team since the end of their 8-8 campaign and those moves have led many people to raise the expectations for head coach Kliff Kingsbury’s third season in Arizona. Wide receiver Christian Kirk thinks those thoughts exist inside the team’s roster as well. “I think it’s now or never for us,” Kirk said on NFL Network Wednesday. “That’s the attitude in the locker room. We finally feel like we have all the pieces to put it together and really make a push...
    Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury isn’t afraid to pull some strings to help women. During a Wednesday conversation with Pat McAfee, Peter Shrager was talking about his new podcast “Flying Coach” with Kliff Kingsbury and Rams head coach Sean McVay, and he had a story for the ages. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) On the podcast, it was revealed the head coach of the Cardinals fired up his phone to McVay hours before playing each other so that he could get some field passes for a European Instagram model. Watch Shrager break the whole thing down below. It’s hilarious. “Kingsbury calls McVay hours before the game & asks for 2 field passes.. It turns out it was for a European IG model Kingsbury had met & wanted to get her on the field before the game” ????????????@PSchrags on his new podcast Flying Coach with McVay & Kliff #PatMcAfeeShowLIVE pic.twitter.com/PNb5kpqgiK — Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) June 2, 2021 Is Kliff Kingsbury the man or is he the man? Imagine calling up an NFL coach...
    The J. Edgar Hoover Building of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is seen on April 03, 2019 in Washington, DC. Eric Baradat/AFP via Getty Images An FBI employee was charged with keeping classified information in her home for years. An FBI official said Kendra Kingsbury, 48, put "her country's sensitive secrets at risk." The information included information about US defense strategies and al-Qaeda.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A federal grand jury indicted a Kansas FBI employee on charges of illegally stashing classified national security documents in her home for more than a decade, according to the Department of Justice.  Kendra Kingsbury, 48, was charged May 18 with two counts of having unauthorized possession of documents relating to the national defense. Kingsbury was arrested and the indictment was unsealed May 21. Kingsbury served as an intelligence analyst for the agency's Kansas City Division for more than 12 years, and held a top secret security clearance, the indictment said. She was suspended in 2017. According to the indictment, she worked with numerous "FBI squads" that concentrated on...
    A former FBI employee with a top secret security clearance was indicted Tuesday for stealing and retaining national security documents at her residence for more than 12 years, the Department of Justice (DOJ) reported Friday. Kendra Kingsbury, 48, of Dodge City, Kansas, allegedly removed highly sensitive government materials and willfully retained them at her home from 2004 until her eventual suspension in 2017, according to the press release by the DOJ. FBI Employee Indicted for Illegally Removing National Security Documents, Taking Material to Her Home https://t.co/VIQT41qKAy — National Security Division, U.S. Dept of Justice (@DOJNatSec) May 21, 2021 Kingsbury has been charged with two counts of willful retention of national defense information, the indictment shows. “The breadth and depth of classified national security information retained by the defendant for more than a decade is simply astonishing,” junior assistant director of the FBI’s Counterintelligence Division Alan Kohler said, according to the DOJ. (RELATED: Air Force Contractor Pleads Guilty To Stealing Over 2,500 Pages Of Classified Documents) Count one of the indictment stems from the defendant’s unauthorized possession of classified FBI...
    NYT Opinion Editor Kathleen Kingsbury is retiring the term 'op-ed' at the paper The New York Times has said that it will retire the term 'op-ed' and replace it with 'guest essay', a rebrand that follows a string of furious controversies in the newspaper's Opinion section. Opinion Editor Kathleen Kingsbury announced the change in a column on Monday, calling the term op-ed 'clubby newspaper jargon' and adding 'we are striving to be far more inclusive in explaining how and why we do our work.' Kingsbury explained that first op-ed page of guest contributions appeared in the Times in 1970, and was so named because 'it appeared opposite the editorial page and not (as many still believe) because it would offer views contrary to the paper's.' The bold rebranding comes after spectacular internal turmoil in the Times Opinion section, with editors James Bennet and Bari Weiss resigning over the demands of 'woke' colleagues, and columnist Bret Stephens expressing fury that editors spiked his column criticizing the ouster of health reporter Donald McNeil Jr. The bold rebranding comes after spectacular internal turmoil...
    The New York Times will be renaming its Op-Ed page, instead calling the articles on the page “Guest Essays,” reasoning that the term has become outdated in the digital age. The Times Opinion Editor Kathleen Kingsbury explained in a piece published on Monday that opinion page articles were first called “Op-Eds” because they were printed on the opposite side of the editorial page. Though many believed they were called “Op-Eds” because the opinions written were opposite that of the paper’s, Kingsbury wrote that the true purpose of the page was to “stimulate thought and provoke discussion of public problems.” “That important mission remains the same. But it’s time to change the name,” Kingsbury wrote. “The reason is simple: In the digital world, in which millions of Times subscribers absorb the paper’s journalism online, there is no geographical “Op-Ed,” just as there is no geographical “Ed” for Op-Ed to be opposite to. It is a relic of an older age and an older print newspaper design. Kingsbury celebrated the long history of the "Op-Ed" page, recalling a quote from one...
    The Cardinals could enter a season-defining game on Sunday without quarterback Kyler Murray, according to head coach Kliff Kingsbury. Arizona faces a win-and-in situation for Sunday vs. the Rams, who are dealing with quarterback issues of their own. For now, Arizona brass is hoping to work Murray through a regular week of practice, but won’t put him on the field this weekend if he cannot play at a high level. Considering the injury is to Murray’s leg, and mobility is a big part of the sophomore passer’s skillset, don’t expect Arizona to push the envelope if he’s not at or near 100 percent entering Sunday. Here’s what we know about the injury: Kyler Murray injury update On Monday, Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury revealed that Murray had a leg injury sustained on Arizona’s last play of their loss to the 49ers.  Kingsbury said on Kyler Murray’s injury, they will see how he does during the week and the Cardinals are hopeful he can play against the Rams. — Darren Urban (@Cardschatter) December 28, 2020 The team is hoping to...
    Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury fist-bumped Philadelphia Eagles wideout after his receiving touchdown, and here’s the reason why. Week 15 featured an important NFC matchup between the Arizona Cardinals (7-6) and Philadelphia Eagles (4-8-1). The Cardinals are looking to hold onto the seventh-seed in the conference, while the Eagles aim to climb up the winnable NFC East. That makes it strange for a head coach to cheer on the other team in a game like this. With the Cardinals leading 26-14 in the waning seconds of the second quarter, Eagles rookie quarterback Jalen Hurts connected with wide receiver Greg Ward for a five-yard touchdown. Following the score, Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury rushed down the sidelines to give Ward a fist bump. But there’s a good reason for that. According to NFL Network’s Peter Schrager, Kingsbury recruited Ward out of high school and the two have known each other for over 10 years. Hence why Kingsbury was happy to see the Eagles wideout score a touchdown. Kinda unusual that Cards coach Kliff Kingsbury was giving props to Greg Ward...
    BOSTON (CBS) — The Arizona Cardinals will be visiting Foxboro this weekend. They may not have their star young quarterback. Kyler Murray was a limited participant in Tuesday’s practice, and on Wednesday morning, Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury said he’s not yet sure if Murray will be ready to go by Sunday. “We’re going to see today how he progresses. I feel positive, but we want to make sure he’s able to play his game and play at a high level,” Kinsbury said on a conference call with New England media, per ESPN’s Mike Reiss. Kliff Kingsbury, asked his level of concern that Kyler Murray (right shoulder) will be cleared for action Sunday, says: "Were going to see today how he progresses. I feel positive, but we want to make sure hes able to play his game and play at a high level." — Mike Reiss (@MikeReiss) November 25, 2020 NFL Network’s Mike Giardi added that Kinsbury said Wednesday’s practice represents an important step in Murray’s potential progression. "Were going to see how he progresses. I feel positive…well see how today...
    Arizona Cardinals defensive tackle Corey Peters is out for the rest of the season because of a knee injury. The 32-year-old Peters was hurt just before halftime of Arizona’s 32-30 win over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. He had to be carted off the field and coach Kliff Kingsbury acknowledged after the game that the injury looked serious. Kingsbury confirmed on Wednesday that Peters would miss the final seven games of the regular season. The 10-year veteran has been with the Cardinals for five years and started all nine games this season. He had 15 tackles, including three for a loss. “Defensive line-wise, we’re a little bit banged up there,” Kingsbury said. “But we’ll have enough guys to play and that’s all you can ask for. (Peters is) a tough loss like I mentioned the other day because of his leadership and what he brings to the locker room.” Kingsbury didn’t elaborate on Peters’ injury. The NFL Network said Peters suffered a torn patellar tendon. Peters is the third defensive starter who is out for the season. Linebacker Chandler Jones,...
    TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury is headed back to his home state of Texas on Monday for a pretty big football game. He’s unsure if his southern drawl will make a return appearance as well. “It’s usually after a few Coors Lights so I don’t know if it’ll really break out this trip,” Kingsbury said with a wry grin. The Cardinals travel to face the Dallas Cowboys for “Monday Night Football” in a game that isn’t short on storylines. Arizona (3-2) is one of the NFL’s up-and-coming teams and trying to stay competitive in the tough NFC West. The Cowboys (2-3) are trying to regain their footing with backup quarterback Andy Dalton, who’s making his first start in place of the injured star Dak Prescott. It’ll also be a showcase for some of the premier talent that the Texas football scene has produced over the years. Kingsbury and second-year Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray will both be making their first NFL appearances in their home state. The 41-year-old Kingsbury was a standout prep player in...
    TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona Cardinals All-Pro linebacker Chandler Jones is out for the season because of a biceps injury that requires surgery. An MRI earlier this week confirmed the extent of the injury, which happened during the first half of Arizona’s 30-10 win over the New York Jets on Sunday, and coach Kliff Kingsbury said Wednesday that Jones has elected to have the season-ending surgery. The recovery time is expected to be 3-to-4 months. It’s a huge blow for the Cardinals’ defense, which has improved after giving up the most total yards in the NFL last season. Jones had a career-high 19 sacks in 2019. He only had one sack this season while frequently drawing double-teams from opposing blockers. Kingsbury said the team would need a collective effort to replace Jones. Candidates include Hasson Reddick, rookie Isaiah Simmons and backup Dennis Gardeck, who had his first two sacks against the Jets after Jones was hurt. “He’s a tremendous player as we all know. Great person, great leader on this team, so it’s not going to be easy,” Kingsbury said....
    Costello’s call Joe Flacco should give the Jets a strong effort. He is a smart veteran quarterback, but he will find the same issues Sam Darnold dealt with behind a shaky offensive line and throwing to a weak group of skill players. Cardinals 28, Jets 23 Marquee matchup Cardinals QB Kyler Murray vs. the Jets’ front seven This could be more a nightmare matchup than a marquee one. Murray is going to create issues for Gregg Williams’ defense. The only question is how many and how severe. Murray, the reigning NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year, is the first player in NFL history with more than 900 yards passing and 250 yards rushing in the first four games of the season. He enters this game with 919 passing yards, seven passing touchdowns, 265 rushing yards and four rushing touchdowns. The Jets struggled to contain Josh Allen in Week 1, allowing him to rush for 57 yards and a touchdown on 14 rushes. They will have to do a much better job keeping Murray in the pocket...
    In Californias only known wolf pack, there are now at least 8 new pups McDonalds to close 200 U.S. restaurants. Heres where some may shutter Marcus Gilbert expected to jump back into right tackle spot for Cardinals If Marcus Gilbert is fully recovered from the injuries that have derailed him over the last three seasons, you can expect him to be back in the starting right tackle job for the Arizona Cardinals. Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad According to Kyle Odegard of the team’s website, head coach Kliff Kingsbury said on Tuesday that he expects that Gilbert will be able to jump back into the role after missing all of last season with a torn ACL. “We want to see how Marcus looks,” Kingsbury said. “He said he feels the best he’s felt in a long time. Having all these extra months of rehab and not being forced back into anything may be huge for him. He has been a really good player in this league a long time, and if he can start...
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