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By Matt Vensel | October 20, 2011
Arizona Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald in August signed an eight-year, $120 million contract extension, one that has made him one of the highest-paid players in the NFL. He's not very happy right now, though. He misses Anquan Boldin. Frustrated by Arizona's 1-4 start, Fitzgerald vented to The Arizona Republic about the lack of a legitimate wingman to keep defenses honest, something Boldin was doing before the Ravens acquired him in 2010. "Here's the one small thing that everyone forgets about when Kurt [Warner]
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By Liz Clarke and The Washington Post | October 13, 2014
GLENDALE, Ariz.  - With the losses mounting, first-year coach Jay Gruden recently conceded that the Washington Redskins are a team still searching for its identity. After Sunday's mistake-filled 30-20 loss to the Arizona Cardinals, that identity had taken indisputable shape. The Redskins are a team with no shortage of offensive weapons but one that misfires with fatal frequency. And backup quarterback Kirk Cousins is its chief liability. After keeping Washington in contention through the first half and trailing just 14-13 at the break, Cousins short-circuited instead of rallying when it mattered most.
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By Kevin Cowherd and Kevin Cowherd,kevin.cowherd@baltsun.com | June 9, 2009
The NFL announced Monday that Ravens coach John Harbaugh will be one of five current and former league coaches who will travel this month to the Persian Gulf region to meet with service members on the inaugural NFL-USO Coaches Tour. New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin, Tennessee Titans coach Jeff Fisher, former Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher and former Los Angeles Raiders and Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Jon Gruden will join Harbaugh on the trip, expected to last several days. During the past four decades, according to the league, NFL stars including Terry Bradshaw, Larry Csonka, Franco Harris, Howie Long, Don Meredith, Lynn Swann and Johnny Unitas have visited U.S. troops in locations including Afghanistan, Bosnia, Iraq, Japan, Korea, Kuwait, Somalia and Vietnam.
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By Matt Vensel | October 20, 2011
Arizona Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald in August signed an eight-year, $120 million contract extension, one that has made him one of the highest-paid players in the NFL. He's not very happy right now, though. He misses Anquan Boldin. Frustrated by Arizona's 1-4 start, Fitzgerald vented to The Arizona Republic about the lack of a legitimate wingman to keep defenses honest, something Boldin was doing before the Ravens acquired him in 2010. "Here's the one small thing that everyone forgets about when Kurt [Warner]
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By BILL ORDINE | January 21, 2009
What if they held a Super Bowl and nobody watched? Perhaps an unthinkable notion, but we might find out the answer to that very question Feb. 1, when the Pittsburgh Steelers play those other guys. Yeah, I know who they are - the Arizona Cardinals, whose place in the NFL has mainly been to provide a soft spot in their opponents' schedules. Somehow - and, honestly, I give all the credit in the world to Kurt Warner and Larry Fitzgerald - the gang that couldn't pass straight for more than 60 years is going to tee it up for Super Bowl X-something in Tampa, Fla. But that doesn't mean that any of us has to sit through an entire day of John Madden, Bruce Springsteen, 3-D commercials and Troy Polamalu setting a Super Bowl record for interception returns.
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By JAMISON HENSLEY | February 1, 2009
The resurgence of Kurt Warner (above, right) has been one of the NFL's best stories this season. The 1999 and 2001 NFL Most Valuable Player was named to the Pro Bowl in the regular season for Arizona and has raised his game in the postseason, during which he has thrown eight touchdown passes and two interceptions (112.1 quarterback rating). Pittsburgh's Ben Roethlisberger has been inconsistent. He is at his best late in games and when he has to create plays by scrambling out of the pocket.
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By Liz Clarke and The Washington Post | October 13, 2014
GLENDALE, Ariz.  - With the losses mounting, first-year coach Jay Gruden recently conceded that the Washington Redskins are a team still searching for its identity. After Sunday's mistake-filled 30-20 loss to the Arizona Cardinals, that identity had taken indisputable shape. The Redskins are a team with no shortage of offensive weapons but one that misfires with fatal frequency. And backup quarterback Kirk Cousins is its chief liability. After keeping Washington in contention through the first half and trailing just 14-13 at the break, Cousins short-circuited instead of rallying when it mattered most.
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November 30, 2003
Heisman stock Falling: Pitt WR Larry Fitzgerald: 3-26, 1 TD Falling: Va. Tech RB Kevin Jones: 25 rushes, 75 yards Top performers Josh Harris, Bowling Green QB: 379 of team's 433 yards Julius Jones, Notre Dame RB: 23 carries, 218 yards, 1 TD Upset of the day Virginia 35, No. 21 Virginia Tech: Hokies, ranked No. 3 in mid-October, are domi nated in second half.
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October 9, 2009
WNBA Finals, Game 5 Fever@Mercury 8 p.m. [ESPN2] Indiana missed a chance Wednesday night to clinch in front of Colts stars Peyton Manning and Reggie Wayne. Let's see if the Cardinals' Kurt Warner and Larry Fitzgerald show up tonight in Phoenix for the decisive fifth game. What would they see? Maybe a Hail Mary basket put up by the Fever's Katie Douglas, near left, or the Mercury's Diana Taurasi.
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By Orlando Sentinel | December 27, 2003
Continental Tire Bowl Pittsburgh (8-4) vs. Virginia (7-5) Time, TV: 11 a.m., ESPN2 Line: Virginia by 3 Why you should watch: You'll get to see the nation's most talented player, Pittsburgh WR Larry Fitzgerald. It'll likely be his final college game and he'll likely be running free all day. About Pittsburgh: Fitzgerald (87 catches, 22 TDs, 132.9 yards per game) is a sublime talent, and he and QB Rod Rutherford (286.1 ypg, 35 TDs, 13 picks) work well together. The Panthers allowed 38 sacks, a high number considering Rutherford's athleticism.
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By Kevin Cowherd and Kevin Cowherd,kevin.cowherd@baltsun.com | June 9, 2009
The NFL announced Monday that Ravens coach John Harbaugh will be one of five current and former league coaches who will travel this month to the Persian Gulf region to meet with service members on the inaugural NFL-USO Coaches Tour. New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin, Tennessee Titans coach Jeff Fisher, former Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher and former Los Angeles Raiders and Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Jon Gruden will join Harbaugh on the trip, expected to last several days. During the past four decades, according to the league, NFL stars including Terry Bradshaw, Larry Csonka, Franco Harris, Howie Long, Don Meredith, Lynn Swann and Johnny Unitas have visited U.S. troops in locations including Afghanistan, Bosnia, Iraq, Japan, Korea, Kuwait, Somalia and Vietnam.
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By JAMISON HENSLEY | February 1, 2009
The resurgence of Kurt Warner (above, right) has been one of the NFL's best stories this season. The 1999 and 2001 NFL Most Valuable Player was named to the Pro Bowl in the regular season for Arizona and has raised his game in the postseason, during which he has thrown eight touchdown passes and two interceptions (112.1 quarterback rating). Pittsburgh's Ben Roethlisberger has been inconsistent. He is at his best late in games and when he has to create plays by scrambling out of the pocket.
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By BILL ORDINE | January 21, 2009
What if they held a Super Bowl and nobody watched? Perhaps an unthinkable notion, but we might find out the answer to that very question Feb. 1, when the Pittsburgh Steelers play those other guys. Yeah, I know who they are - the Arizona Cardinals, whose place in the NFL has mainly been to provide a soft spot in their opponents' schedules. Somehow - and, honestly, I give all the credit in the world to Kurt Warner and Larry Fitzgerald - the gang that couldn't pass straight for more than 60 years is going to tee it up for Super Bowl X-something in Tampa, Fla. But that doesn't mean that any of us has to sit through an entire day of John Madden, Bruce Springsteen, 3-D commercials and Troy Polamalu setting a Super Bowl record for interception returns.
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September 23, 2007
Ravens offense Pos. Player WR 89 Mark Clayton LT 78 Adam Terry LG 60 Jason Brown C 62 Mike Flynn RG 65 Chris Chester RT 73 Marshal Yanda TE 86 Todd Heap WR 85 Derrick Mason QB 9 Steve McNair FB 37 Le'Ron McClain RB 23 Willis McGahee Ravens defense LE 93 Dwan Edwards NT 97 Kelly Gregg RT 92 Haloti Ngata DE-LB 55 Terrell Suggs OLB 95 Jarret Johnson MLB 52 Ray Lewis OLB 57 Bart Scott CB 21 Chris McAlister CB 22 Samari Rolle SS 26...
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