On the Arizona Cardinals embarrassing loss to the Eagles | 3:18
Kent Somers and Bob McManaman of azcentral sports, analyze the Arizona Cardinals embarrassing loss to the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday.
Tom Tingle/azcentral sports
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Bruce Arians gives his take on loss to the Eagles | 1:31
Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians faces the media, Monday, October 9, 2017, at the Tempe training facility, to talk about the embarrassing loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.
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Somers, Moore discuss Cardinals loss to Eagles | 0:00
Kent Somers and Greg Moore discuss the Cardinals’ loss to the Eagles.
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Preview: Arizona Cardinals game vs Philadelphia Eagles | 10:37
The Arizona Cardinals play the Eagles in Philadelphia on Sunday morning and azcentral sports’ Kent Somers and Greg Moore have everything you need to know before kickoff.
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Somers, McManaman talk Cardinals injuries and Eagles | 3:27
Cardinals insiders Kent Somers and Bob McManaman discuss the Cardinals’ injury situation and their upcoming road game at Philadelphia.
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Harold Goodwin talks offensive struggles and getting back to the run game | 1:33
Cardinals offensive coordinator Harold Goodwin breaks down the first few weeks of struggles and keeping the quarterback upright after practice on Thursday, October 5, 2017.
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Bruce Arians talks about the Las Vegas mass shooting | 0:36
Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians: “It’s another tragedy and it kinda puts football back in place.” Video: Michael Chow/azcentral.com
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Bruce Arians talks about his QB | 0:49
Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians talks about his quarterback play, the hits he’s taking and hints at a no-huddle offense. Michael Chow/azcentral sports
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Monday report: Latest on Arizona Cardinals | 4:02
Cardinals Insiders Kent Somers and Bob McManaman report from the team’s headquarters after an OT win against the 49ers. Michael Chow/azcentral sports
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Shot Clock: What we know about Cards, NFL now | 1:55
azcentral sports’ Jay Dieffenbach and Kent Somers discuss the state of the NFL and the Arizona Cardinals after the season’s first four weeks.
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Somers, Bickley discuss Cardinals win over 49ers | 2:48
Cardinals insider Kent Somers and columnist Dan Bickley discuss a win the team needed over the 49ers.
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Cardinals discuss win over the 49ers | 1:18
Larry Fitzgerald: It was a must-win game in October.
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Somers and McManaman talk Cardinals injuries | 3:02
Cardinals reports Kent Somers and Bob McManaman discuss a growing injury concern after Friday’s practice.
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Deone Bucannon on his return to the field for Cardinals | 1:34
Cardinals safety Deone Bucannon is back from injury and is slated to play against San Francisco. He is excited to be back in playing condition. || Tom Tingle/azcentral sports
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Somers and McManaman at Cards practice Wednesday | 2:31
Kent Somers and Bob McManaman of azcentral sports break down the Arizona Cardinals after practice at the Tempe training facility, Wednesday, September 27, 2017.
Tom Tingle/azcentral sports
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Carson Palmer looks ahead to 49ers | 1:34
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer talks about adjusting to the loss of running back David Johnson and looks ahead to the game with the San Francisco 49ers. || Tom Tingle/azcentral sports
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Somers and McManaman on the Cardinals following loss to Cowboys | 2:53
Azcentral sports’ Kent Somers and Bob McManaman on the Cardinals’ loss to the Cowboys and where they are at heading toward their game against the 49ers next week.
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Arians recaps the Cardinals’ loss to the Cowboys | 1:19
Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians recaps the Cardinals’ loss to the Cowboys on Monday night. David Wallace/azcentral sports
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On the Arizona Cardinals embarrassing loss to the Eagles
Bruce Arians gives his take on loss to the Eagles
Somers, Moore discuss Cardinals loss to Eagles
Preview: Arizona Cardinals game vs Philadelphia Eagles
Somers, McManaman talk Cardinals injuries and Eagles
Harold Goodwin talks offensive struggles and getting back to the run game
Bruce Arians talks about the Las Vegas mass shooting
Bruce Arians talks about his QB
Monday report: Latest on Arizona Cardinals
Shot Clock: What we know about Cards, NFL now
Somers, Bickley discuss Cardinals win over 49ers
Cardinals discuss win over the 49ers
Somers and McManaman talk Cardinals injuries
Deone Bucannon on his return to the field for Cardinals
Somers and McManaman at Cards practice Wednesday
Carson Palmer looks ahead to 49ers
Somers and McManaman on the Cardinals following loss to Cowboys
Arians recaps the Cardinals’ loss to the Cowboys
In an effort to improve their woeful running game, the Cardinals are close to completing a trade with the Saints for Adrian Peterson, one of the best runners in NFL history.
ESPN first reported the news, and a source confirmed a trade for Peterson is probable.
The Cardinals reportedly are giving up a conditional draft pick, meaning its value will be determined by how well Peterson plays.
Peterson, 32, is in his first year with the Saints, and it’s questionable how much speed and talent he has left. He rushed just 27 times for 81 yards this season and has not scored.
The Cardinals rank last in the NFL in rushing yards per game, 51.8, and per carry, 2.59.
Starter David Johnson suffered a dislocated wrist in the season opener and is on injured reserve. Since then, the position has been manned by a committee of backs.
None of them have found much room to run working behind an offensive line missing two starters.
Peterson is coming to the Cardinals 10 years after the team passed him over in the NFL draft.
The Cardinals picked tackle Levi Brown with the fifth overall pick in 2007, and Peterson was taken by the Vikings with the seventh pick.
The Cardinals were criticized heavily over the years for that decision. Peterson has rushed for 11,828 yards in his career, 16th most in NFL history. Brown started for the Cardinals for five seasons but never lived up to expectations. His last NFL season was 2013.
In 2014, Peterson was indicted for child abuse charges and spent most of that season on the exempt/commissioner’s list, meaning he could not play for the Vikings.
He was reinstated in 2015 and rushed for 1,458 yards. He missed most of last season with torn meniscus in his knee, and the Vikings did not exercise a contract option to keep him for 2017.
Peterson signed a two-year, $7 million contract with the Saints. His base salary this year is $705,000, which is the only money the Cardinals are committed to paying.
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