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The Arizona Cardinals are the oldest team in the
National Football League. The Cardinals began as a team in 1898 and
was one of the original teams to form the National Football League.
The Arizona Cardinals play at University of Phoenix Stadium in
Glendale Arizona. The Arizona Cardinals are owned by the Bidwell family.
The coach of the Cardinals is Ken Whisenhunt.
The Arizona Cardinals have won their division only two times in the modern football era in 1974 and 1975. The Cardinals have only made the playoffs four times in 1974, 1975, 1982 and 1998. The Cardinals have never won a Conference Championship so by default have never been to a Superbowl.
The Arizona Cardinals finished in last place in 2006 with a 5-11 record.
In 2007, new Arizona Cardinals Head Coach Ken Whisenhunt talked about the offense and defense and was quoted saying that the team had many of those pieces in place in terms of personnel. "We really feel like in many respects its a "plug and play" type of approach. We feel like we have some talented players and a good plan that our players will believe in. Our stress on discipline and execution will make us a much better football team".
New Arizona Cardinals Coach Ken Whisenhunt, a young stadium entering its 2nd year and all the new players aquired during the last several seasons hope to bring more winning to the Arizona desert NFL football team and the Cardinals also expect higher attendence levels in 2007 due to these factors. The new Arizona Cardinals University of Phoenix Stadium located in Glendale Arizona is a state of the art luxuary facility. Arizona Cardinals Tickets are on sale now and available for purchase.
A big addition to the team who was recently aquired in the past 2006 NFL Draft was USC Heismann Trophy winner Quarterback Matt Leinart along with his college guard, USC Taitusi "Duece" Lutui. Other past 2006 NFL Draftees that could become important contributors are tight end Leonard Pope and defensive tackle Gabe Watson. To improve the Arizona Cardinals even more was the 2006 aquisition of RB Edgerrin James from the Colts.
In the 2007 NFL Draft the Arizona Cardinals selected Penn State University OT Levi Brown as the teams first-round pick, No. 5 overall. Levi Brown represents one of the top offensive line players in the draft and one of the top overall prospects in the draft. There was some talk about Brown not being worth the fifth overall pick; maybe going a few more spots down the line. But he was someone the staff had rated just as high as Joe Thomas of Wisconsin (third overall pick), and he was also someone offensive line coach Russ Grimm felt very strongly about.
Also in the 2007 NFL Draft, Head Coach Ken Whisenhunt and VP of Football Operations Rod Graves traded up for the first pick in the second round, selecting University of Michigan All-America defensive tackle Alan Branch. Branch is a dominant force as a nose tackle in a 3-4 defense which Arizona uses sometimes. Hes 6ft, 6in, 331 pounds and will be used to tie up two blockers at once to help the linebackers get into the holes.
In the third round of the 2007 NFL Draft, the Cardinals took the Florida State inside linebacker undersized Buster Davis. Many scouts had put a second-round grade on Davis, making him a steal to fall to the Cards early in the third.
After taking the Michigan Wolverines DT Alan Branch in the second round of the 2007 NFL Draft, the Arizona Cardinals started Day 2 by selecting his teammate, wide receiver/return man Steve Breaston, in the fourth round.
The Arizona Cardinals finished up the 2007 NFL Draft by selecting
Delaware All-America TE Ben Patrick as the teams seventh-round draft
choice. Patrick is a huge presence on the football field. At 6ft, 4in,
270 pounds, he is one of the biggest tight ends in this draft. Coach
Whisenhunt likes big TEs that can block.
In 2007, some Arizona Cardinals Free Agency players aquired included CB Roderick Hood from the Eagles, DL Rodney Bailey and WR Sean Morey from the Steelers, CB Ralph Brown and FB Terrelle Smith from the Browns, OL Mike Gandy from the Bills, S Terrance Holt from the Lions, C Al Johnson and WR Ahmad Merritt from the Cowboys, DT Ross Kolodziej from the Vikings, OT Qasim Mitchell from the Bears and DL Joe Tafoya from the Seahawks.
The Arizona Cardinals announced that Mike Miller has been promoted from offensive assistant to wide receivers coach and also the hiring of Dedric Ward as offensive quality control coach. Miller is a veteran of seven seasons as an NFL assistant, started his NFL coaching career as an offensive assistant with the Pittsburgh Steelers (1999-2003), working with Cardinals Coach Ken Whisenhunt and assistant head coach/offensive line Russ Grimm before moving to the Buffalo Bills as quality control/tight ends coach in 2004 and tight ends coach in 2005. He spent the 2006 season as the quarterbacks coach with the Berlin Thunder of NFL Europa. Ward comes to the Cardinals after spending the 2006 season as the wide receivers coach for Missouri State. A veteran of eight seasons in the NFL as a receiver with the New York Jets (1997-2000), Miami Dolphins (2001-02), Baltimore Ravens/New England Patriots (2003) and Dallas Cowboys (2004), Ward began his coaching career last season with the Bears after retiring from football following the 2004 season.
The Arizona Cardinals will open the 2007 regular season at San Francisco on ESPN Monday Night Football as the second game of a nationally televised doubleheader on Monday, Sept 10, 2007. The game will mark the regular season debut of new Cardinals Head Coach Ken Whisenhunt and also marks the first time in team history that the Cardinals have opened up a season on Monday Night Football.
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