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The Arizona Cardinals are working on adding talent to their offseason roster. They are reportedly looking at more than just NFL players. According to Howard Balzer, the Cardinals brought in a pair of Canadian Football League players. One was cornerback Tre Roberson and the other was quarterback Chris Streveler. In 2019, Streveler completed 66.7% of his passes for 1,564 yards, eight touchdowns and 14 interceptions. He also had 733 rushing yards and 12 touchdowns. According to Balzer, it was his second workout with the Cardinals. Roberson is listed at 6-0 and 190 pounds. He had seven interceptions in 2019, one he returned for a touchdown, and 41 tackles for Calgary. Bruggman is a local kid who is from Phoenix. He played 11 games for Montana State in 2016, had 888 passing yards, six touchdowns and six interceptions. He also was at Texas A&M in 2017 but didn’t play. Listen to the latest from Cards Wire’s Jess Root on his podcast, Rise Up, See Red. Subscribe on Apple podcasts or Stitcher Radio. Ep. 255 This e
Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports 11 years ago the Arizona Cardinals came within 2:30 minutes of winning a Super Bowl. 2009 in Tampa Bay, Florida may as well be an eternity ago. As we kick off the new decade, the Arizona Cardinals will enter it as the only team from the NFC West not to participate in a Super Bowl. After the San Francisco 49ers punched their second ticket of the decade, the Cardinals sit alone as the only team from the division to not participate in a Super Bowl. Now, they were close once, getting blown out four years ago by the Carolina Panthers, who seem to be moving into a new direction as well. Yet, the one thing every other team showed over the last decade was the competency to get it right at least once. To give themselves a shot in the big game one time. The 49ers join the Seahawks as playing in two Super Bowls in this decade, although the 49ers have gone about it in a completely different way. The 49ers have Joe Staley left on the roster from their Super Bowl loss to the Ravens and have
Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports While Arizona sat on their hands, the Kansas City Chiefs pushed all the right buttons. Both teams had openings to begin the 2013 NFL off season. The Kansas City Chiefs and the Arizona Cardinals were amongst the worst teams in pro football following the 2012 season. Each owner opted to part ways with their long time general managers and head coaches with the hopes of bringing in offensive minded replacements. New blood was needed. That hiring period was one for the ages. It of course ended with Arizona lucking into one Bruce Arians. Most remember that. What many may forget, however, was a report roughly two weeks before the Arians’ hire. It came via top NFL Insider Adam Schefter: “One league source said he was “95 percent” certain former Eagles HC Andy Reid will wind up coaching the Cardinals.” At the time, this set Cardinal fans and media alike into a frenzy. Reid was as well respected as they come in the NFL, despite his lack of Super Bowl hardware. More than anything, he wa
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