Nine year veteran Josh Cribbs, who was expected to sign a contract with the Arizona Cardinals this week, has failed his physical, according to ESPNCleveland.
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Posted by Darren Kritzer under Arizona Cardinals, Rumors on Mar 19, 2013
The Arizona Cardinals have signed free agent quarterback Drew Stanton.
— Mike McCartney (@MikeMcCartney7) March 13, 2013
Stanton was drafted by the Detroit Lions with the 43rd pick of the 2007 NFL Draft but did not play a snap that season as he was placed on the injured reserve. Stanton backed up Dan Orlovsky, Daunte Culpepper, and Matthew Stafford in Detroit before signing with the New York Jets in March of 2012. After the acquisition of Tim Tebow, Stanton was traded to the Indianapolis Colts where he backed up Andrew Luck.
This season, Stanton has a chance to challenge for the starting job in Arizona.
Posted by Devang Desai under Arizona Cardinals, Josh Cribbs, New England Patriots on Mar 13, 2013
Josh Cribbs is deciding between two teams and neither of them are the Browns. The Cleveland Plain Dealer’s Mary Kay Cabot reports the ace kick returner has narrowed his choices down to the Patriots and Cardinals, according to her source.
The Pats are looking to replace Julian Edelman and Josh Demps while the Cardinals probably don’t want Patrick Peterson putting his body on the line returning kicks while honing his cornerback skills.
Cribbs amassed 1,178 yards on kick returns, including three 40+ runs. He ran for 457 yards on punt returns, extending seven of them beyond 20 yards.
Posted by Joseph Casciaro under Arizona Cardinals on Mar 11, 2013
Beanie Wells has been told that he’ll be released by the Cardinals, the running back tweeted on Monday afternoon.
Just been informed that I’ll be released today. Would like to thank the Cardinals organization for give me a chance to live out my Dreams
— Beanie Wells (@BeanieWells26) March 11, 2013
It’s the end of an era in Arizona, as the Cardinals have announced strong safety Adrian Wilson will be released today.
Adrian Wilson: 1 of just 6 players in @nfl history w 25+ sacks & 25+ interceptions.(RBarber-BDawkins-RHarrison-RLewis-WThomas)
— MarkDalton (@CardsMarkD) March 8, 2013
Wilson spent 12 years with the Cardinals, making five Pro Bowls. Wilson played more games for the franchise than any other player since the team moved to Arizona in 1988. The Cardinals will save $3 million in salary cap space with the move. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by Devang Desai under Arizona Cardinals, Coaching carousel on Jan 16, 2013
Gus Bradley is having himself a time in the wasteland that is the NFL head coaching job market. Bradley had a seven hour interview with Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie on Tuesday, but that wasn’t enough to sign a deal. The Eagles quickly moved on, hiring Chip Kelly earlier this afternoon.
Bradley is now in Jacksonville, interviewing with Shad Khan and the crew tasked with making the Jaguars relevant again. New GM Dave Caldwell is rumored to be interested in San Francisco DC Greg Roman, who’s a friend from his college days.
Jacksonville and Arizona are the final two teams looking for a head coach. Arizona, attempting to beat the Raiders for most incompetent management in the league, are interested in Bruce Arians.
Mike Florio has the details:
Arians, we’re told, wanted the Chicago job, where he was a finalist. Though it’s believed he won’t be leaving the Colts for any head-coaching job, the Cardinals’ vacancy is regarded as one of the worst available, given the absence of a great quarterback and the presence of increasingly stiff competition in the division.
Cardinals Football! Several candidates have turned Arizona down — including Mike McCoy, who will attempt to salvage Philip Rivers’ sputtering career. To make matters worse, their hesitation has angered defensive coordinator Ray Horton, who has interviewed twice for the job. The words Michael Bidwill and due diligence don’t mesh.
Posted by Devang Desai under Arizona Cardinals, Detroit Lions on Dec 12, 2012
Lindley to start whiz says
— Kent Somers (@kentsomers) December 12, 2012
Stop whatever it is you may be doing and pickup the Detroit Lions defence — owned in 57.4% of ESPN leagues — if you can. DO IT NOW.
Besides updating his resume — the 2012 section may be a little sparse — Ken Whisenhunt doesn’t have much to do these days. One of his few remaining tasks in a season that started off so well only to plummet into a death spiral of misfortune is picking his starting QB. To be fair, his options are horrible.
John Skelton threw four interceptions against Seattle. Ryan Lindley didn’t fair much better, throwing for 59 yards on eight of 17 passing. Whiz is going with Lindley when the Cardinals take on Detroit in Arizona.
Nick Fairley and Ndamukong Suh are going to have a field day.