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 Latest Cardinals Player Notes
Jan 12 2018 - Larry Fitzgerald
  WR Larry Fitzgerald said Friday that any decision on his status for next season is based on who the Arizona Cardinals hire to replace retired head coach Bruce Arians. Fitzgerald, who turns 35 in August, gave an interview with the Golf Channel before the start of the Diamond Resorts Invitational tournament in Orlando, Fla. Bruce Arians retired after five seasons with the Cardinals, and quarterback Carson Palmer also announced his retirement following a 15-year career.


Jan 4 2018 - Chandler Jones
  LB Chandler Jones was named the NFC Defensive Player of the Month for December after collecting 5.0 of his league-best 17.0 sacks.


Jan 2 2018 - Carson Palmer
  Carson Palmer announced his retirement on Tuesday after 15 seasons in the NFL. The 38-year-old Palmer was named to the Pro Bowl three times, but his 2017 season was cut short by a broken arm that limited him to seven games. Palmer was a Heisman Trophy winner at USC in 2002, and was the first overall pick in the 2003 NFL Draft. Palmer spent his first eight seasons with the Bengals before being traded to the Oakland Raiders. He played in Oakland for two years before playing five seasons with Arizona. He led the Cardinals to a 13-3 regular-season record in 2015, and they beat the Packers in the first round of the playoffs before losing to Carolina in the NFC championship game.


Jan 1 2018 - Chandler Jones
  OLB Chandler Jones recorded two sacks on Sunday against Seattle to give him 17 for the season, which led the NFL. The 17 sacks are a new franchise record, besting the 16.5 Simeon Rice had in 1999. In addition to leading the league in sacks, Jones also led the NFL in tackles for loss (28) and quarterback hits (38).


Jan 1 2018 - Larry Fitzgerald
  WR Larry Fitzgerald, 34, tied his single-season franchise record with 109 receptions in 2017. He also had 109 catches in 2015. Fitzgerald owns the top four single-season reception totals in franchise history, with three of them coming in the last three years.


Jan 1 2018 - Andy Lee
  P Andy Lee finished the season averaging 47.3 yards per punt, the highest single-season average in franchise history. Over the final eight weeks of the season, he ranked second in the NFL with a 48.0-yard average, behind only the Rams' Johnny Hecker (48.4).


Jan 1 2018 - Phil Dawson
  K Phil Dawson made all four of his field-goal attempts during Sunday's victory at Seattle and he finished with 32 field goals overall to tie his career high. It was the second-most field goals by a Cardinals' kicker in a single season, trailing only Neil Rackers' 40 in 2005. Dawson closed out the season by making 22-of-24 field goals over the final nine games, including 11 of 40 yards or longer and three of 50 yards or longer. Sunday marked the fifth time this season that he made at least four field goals in a game, becoming the first kicker in franchise history to accomplish that feat.


Jan 1 2018 - Jermaine Gresham
  TE Jermaine Gresham suffered a ruptured Achilles' tendon during Sunday's game at Seattle and his availability for the start of training camp is uncertain.


Jan 1 2018 - Jared Veldheer
  T Jared Veldheer has one year remaining on his contract and although he briefly contemplated retirement in training camp, he said he is fully committed to playing for the Cardinals next season.


Jan 1 2018 - Drew Stanton
  QB Drew Stanton, who helped the Cardinals to back-to-back victories and is 9-4 as a starter for Arizona, is set to become an unrestricted free agent. Asked about his future, he said it's too early to tell.


Jan 1 2018 - Larry Fitzgerald
  WR Larry Fitzgerald made no decisive comments about possible retirement following the season finale. Fitzgerald finished with eight catches for 55 yards, giving him 109 receptions for the season, trailing only Miami's Jarvis Landry (112).


Jan 1 2018 - Drew Stanton
  QB Drew Stanton -- playing in just his fifth game this season -- led Arizona on its decisive 10-play, 62-yard drive to a field goal that beat Seattle. He completed 15 of 34 passes for 145 yards, one touchdown and one interception.


Jan 1 2018 - Phil Dawson
  K Phil Dawson booted four field goals -- including a game-winning 42-yarder with 2:21 left -- and the Cardinals edged the Seahawks 26-24 on Sunday. Dawson also connected from 49, 46 and 53 yards.


Jan 1 2018 - Chandler Jones
  LB Chandler Jones sacked Seahawks QB Russell Wilson twice during the Cardinals' win, finishing the season with 17 and setting a franchise record. He sacked Wilson for losses of six and 13 yards in the first half, including forcing the second of eight Seattle punts on his first sack of the game. Jones' second sack came on Seattle's final drive of the half -- during which Wilson was sacked twice -- helping Arizona to a 20-7 lead at the break. "He was getting held the whole game, and he finally got there and that was fantastic," Arizona head coach Bruce Arians said of Jones' record.


Dec 27 2017 - Jonathan Moxey
  CB Jonathan Moxey has been signed to the practice squad. Moxey entered the league with the Buccaneers in May as an undrafted rookie free agent out of Boise State. In 52 games at Boise State, Moxey had 134 tackles and 31 pass breakups.


Dec 27 2017 - Antoine Bethea
  S Antoine Bethea has two more years left on his contract and at age 33, he still has a ton to offer, according to head coach Bruce Arians. "Toine is still young and he stays in great shape," Arians said. "He should have another great year next year." Bethea is on injured reserve because of a torn pectoral muscle.


Dec 27 2017 - Harlan Miller
  S Harlan Miller is expected to see plenty of playing time Sunday against the Seahawks with veteran Antoine Bethea being placed on injured reserve because of a torn pectoral muscle. Miller, drafted as a cornerback, was forced into an emergency role at safety last season as a rookie when Tony Jefferson got injured late in the year against Seattle. Miller then started the final game of the season against the Rams and had an interception.


Dec 27 2017 - Patrick Peterson
  CB Patrick Peterson didn't practice on Wednesday because of an ankle issue, but head coach Bruce Arians said he expected Peterson to be available on Thursday.


Dec 27 2017 - Chandler Jones
  LB Chandler Jones, who leads the league with 15 sacks, needs two against the Seahawks to set the Cardinals' single-season sack record of 16.5, set in 1999 by Simeon Rice.


Dec 26 2017 - John Brown
  WR John Brown played in his first game in a month and caught his first touchdown since mid-October in Arizona's 23-0 win over the Giants. "It felt good to just be out there, period," said Brown, who had been battling a toe injury for the past month.


Dec 26 2017 - Phil Dawson
  K Phil Dawson totaled five points in Sunday's game. With his 21-yard field goal in the first quarter, he passed Sebastian Janikowski (1,799) and moved into 10th place on the NFL's all-time scoring list. Dawson has jumped five spots in the all-time scoring list this season after beginning the year ranked 15th with 1,698 points.


Dec 26 2017 - Antoine Bethea
  S Antoine Bethea had two interceptions in the win over the Giants -- the first multi-interception game in his 12-year career. And he almost had a third pick of Eli Manning. "I was close, man. I had my fingers crossed," Bethea said. "I was wishing and hoping, but it feels good. It feels good." It was Bethea's fourth and fifth picks of the year -- a single-season career high.


Dec 26 2017 - Edmond Robinson
  LB Edmond Robinson was elevated to the active roster from the practice squad. He played in 21 games for the Vikings the past two seasons. Robinson signed with the Cardinals on Dec. 22.


Dec 26 2017 - Larry Fitzgerald
  WR Larry Fitzgerald completed his first NFL pass during Sunday's win over the Giants, hitting Jaron Brown for a 21-yard completion on an end-around option. Fitzgerald had 1,221 career receptions before completing his first pass. Dating to 1950, Fitzgerald join Rob Moore as the only players in franchise history with a pass completion, 100 receiving yards and a receiving touchdown in a single game.


Dec 26 2017 - Antoine Bethea
  S Antoine Bethea suffered a torn pectoral muscle during Sunday's 23-0 victory over the Giants and has been placed in injured reserve. It wasn't immediately known if Bethea will undergo surgery or not, head coach Bruce Arians said on Tuesday.


Dec 26 2017 - Edmond Robinson
  LB Edmond Robinson was elevated from the practice squad to the active roster, the Arizona Cardinals announced Tuesday. Robinson signed with Arizona's practice squad after being wavied off injured reserve by the New York Jets last week and was then signed to the Cardinals' practice squad.


Dec 26 2017 - Antoine Bethea
  S Antoine Bethea was placed on injured reserve by the Arizona Cardinals on Tuesday. Bethea tore his pectoral muscle during Sunday's 23-0 win over the New York Giants. The 33-year-old, who leads the team with five interceptions, also had 57 tackles and one sack in 15 games this season.


Dec 24 2017 - Haason Reddick
  LB Haason Reddick left the game in the second quarter with a foot injury and did not return.


Dec 24 2017 - Drew Stanton
  QB Drew Stanton, getting the star Sundayt in place of Blaine Gabbert, who had made the previous five starts, was 20 of 34 for 209 yards and two touchdowns. He was intercepted twice, both times by Giants CB Ross Cockrell.


Dec 24 2017 - Larry Fitzgerald
  WR Larry Fitzgerald, who hasn't determined if he will come back for a 15th season despite recently agreeing to a one-year contract extension through 2018, continued to show no signs of slowing down at age 34. In addition to catching a game-high nine passes for 119 yards and a touchdown against the New York Giants, Fitzgerald also completed his first NFL pass on an end-around option, hitting Jaron Brown for a 21-yard gain. By halftime alone, Fitzgerald already had eight catches for 104 yards and a touchdown, eclipsing both 100 receptions and 1,000 receiving yards on the season. It was the ninth time he reached 1,000 yards -- the most by any player in history. "Congratulations to him for another milestone," Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said. "I don't know if there's any milestones left. Unbelievable performance by him." When asked if Sunday might have been his last home game for the Cardinals, Fitzgerald replied, "I don't like to get into that type of thinking because it's a lot bigger than me." Fitzgerald has caught at least one pass in 210 consecutive games. Next week, he can tie Tony Gonzalez for the second-longest streak in NFL history behind Jerry Rice (274).


Dec 20 2017 - Edmond Robinson
  LB Edmond Robinson was waived off injured reserve Tuesday.


Dec 20 2017 - Rashad Ross
  WR Rashad Ross was signed to the Cardinals practice squad.


Dec 20 2017 - Vontarrius Dora
  LB Vontarrius Dora was signed to the Cardinals practice squad.


Dec 20 2017 - Patrick Peterson
  CB Patrick Peterson will make his seventh consecutive Pro Bowl selection and his sixth straight as a cornerback.


Dec 20 2017 - Larry Fitzgerald
  WR Larry Fitzgerald will make his 11th Pro Bowl appearance, the most by any Cardinals player in franchise history. Jerry Rice is the only receiver in NFL history with more appearances. With 92 receptions for 982 receiving yards, Fitzgerald is easily on pace to top 100 catches for a third year in a row.


Dec 20 2017 - Andy Lee
  P Andy Lee averaged 50.2 yards per punt against Washington last week, marking the second time in three games he has averaged at least 50 yards per punt. Lee is averaging 46.8 yards per punt this season, just 0.2 yards off the franchise single-season record of 47.0, set by Ben Graham in 2009.


Dec 20 2017 - John Brown
  WR John Brown has had consecutive down seasons since becoming a breakout player in 2015. It's been a combination of poor production and a series of injuries, including his most recent one, turf toe. But Brown said he plans to play this Sunday against the Giants after missing the past five games.


Dec 20 2017 - Brittan Golden
  WR Brittan Golden underwent surgery in Washington, D.C., on Monday to repair a shattered right ulna and a broken radius bone. He suffered the injury while returning a punt with two minutes remaining in Arizona's 20-15 loss to the Redskins.


Dec 19 2017 - Brittan Golden
  WR Brittan Golden suffered a fractured right arm while returning a punt in the final minutes of Sunday's loss to Washington and he was placed on injured reserve Tuesday.


Dec 18 2017 - Blaine Gabbert
  QB Blaine Gabbert completed only 16 of 41 passes for 189 yards, no touchdowns, one interception and three fumbles, one only 90 seconds into the game to set up an early Redskins touchdown.


Dec 18 2017 - Karlos Dansby
  ILB Karlos Dansby left Sunday's game with what was announced as a calf injury. He didn't return, but said later it isn't his calf that hurts. "We'll figure out exactly what it is when we get back home," he said. "I'll probably be ready to go next week, but I couldn't finish today."


Dec 18 2017 - Robert Nkemdiche
  DT Robert Nkemdiche suffered a wrist injury against the Redskins and did not return. His status for this Sunday's game against the Giants is unknown.


Dec 18 2017 - Kerwynn Williams
  RB Kerwynn Williams suffered a quadriceps injury during the second half of Sunday's game and did not return. Head coach Bruce Arians did not have any updates on Williams' condition on Monday.


Dec 18 2017 - Brittan Golden
  WR Brittan Golden suffered a fractured right arm while returning a punt in the final minutes of Sunday's loss to Washington and head coach Bruce Arians said Golden will be placed on injured reserve. Golden will be the 14th different player the team has had to place on injured reserve.


Dec 18 2017 - Phil Dawson
  K Phil Dawson had five field goals against the Redskins, connecting on kicks of 40, 35, 19, 34 and 32 yards. It's the third time this season he has kicked at least four field goals in a game and the first time he's made five for the Cardinals.


Dec 18 2017 - Drew Stanton
  QB Drew Stanton is back as the the Cardinals' starter. Stanton will play on Sunday when the Cardinals (6-8) close out their home schedule with a Christmas Eve game against the Giants (2-12). Stanton lost the starting job upon suffering a sprained right knee in a game against the Seahawk


Dec 18 2017 - Blaine Gabbert
  QB Blaine Gabbert was benched in favor of Drew Stanton ahead of Sunday's game against the Giants. Coach Bruce Arians announced the switch at his press conference Monday. Stanton is recovered from a knee injury he suffered in Week 10. Gabbert started the past five games, with the Cardinals going 2-3. "It is no fault of Blaine," Arians said. "I think Blaine is going to be a hell of a player, but Drew already knows all those scenarios. He's healthy enough now and it's just a matter of getting those touchdowns that are there from experience, and trying to win this game. Gabbert has passed for 1,086 yards and six touchdowns against six interceptions.


Dec 18 2017 - Drew Stanton
  QB Drew Stanton will get the start over Blaine Gabbert for the Cardinals in Sunday's game against the Giants. Coach Bruce Arians announced the switch at his press conference Monday. Stanton suffered the injury in Week 10. Gabbert started the past five games, with the Cardinals going 2-3. Arizona was eliminated from playoff contention with Sunday's loss to the Washington Redskins. "I just think Drew's going to give us a better chance to win this game this week," Arians said. Stanton has passed for 540 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions this season.


Dec 17 2017 - Brittan Golden
  Arizona WR Brit Golden suffered a fractured right arm In Sunday's loss to Washington.


Dec 17 2017 - Phil Dawson
  K Phil Dawson kicked five field goals without a miss one week after hitting four in a 12-7 win over Tennessee.



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