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  • Bird Droppings: Arizona Cardinals ready for trip to San Francisco 49ers, Cardinals extend Maxx Williams, Chandler Jones leading the NFL and more
    by Seth Cox on November 17, 2019 at 11:00 am

    Photo by Ralph Freso/Getty Images Happy game day one and all. We are ready for the Arizona Cardinals to take on the top seed in the NFC and that means we have a ton of information from all around the web on the Arizona Cardinals heading into their huge game against the San Francisco 49ers. Let’s get to it. Steve Keim: Analyzing David Johnson, And The Kaepernick Workout Three Big Things: #AZvsSFA look at the biggest storylines for Sunday's game After "Bad Game," David Johnson Ready To Rally For CardinalsNotes: Justin Murray, Terrell Suggs gameday decisions to play Chandler Jones First Around Here, And Friday Before The 49ers Two Weeks Later, Cardinals Get Another Shot At 49ersKliff Kingsbury experiences NFC West rematch for first time Maxx Williams Signs Two-Year Extension With CardinalsTight end has proven good fit in Kingsbury offense Lil' Red Reporter - Christian KirkListen in as our Lil' Red Reporter, Paiden, interviews WR Christian Kirk. Game Plan With Kliff Kingsbury - 49ers, Week 11Get into the game plan with head coach, Kliff Kingsbury heading into round two against the San Francisco 49ers. Cardinals to use running backs David Johnson, Kenyan Drake as committeeCardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury said running backs David Johnson and Kenyan Drake both have packages in the team's offense and both will be used in Sunday's game. Cardinals sign TE Maxx Williams to 2-year extensionTight end Maxx Williams, who has 11 catches for 139 yards and a touchdown this season, has signed a two-year extension with the Cardinals that runs through the 2021 season. Cardinals GM talks David Johnson's inconsistency, Kaepernick workoutSteve Keim discussed David Johnson's struggles and also the Cardinals attending Colin Kaepernick's workout this Saturday. NFL dishes out punishments for Myles Garrett, others part of TNF brawlThe NFL has announced suspensions for three players involved in the fight at the end of Thursday Night football. Cleveland's Myles Garrett gets bulk of it. Kyler Murray is the toughest quarterback to sack in the NFLArizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray has evaded the most opposing pressure in the league through the first 10 weeks. Cardinals' David Johnson aims to bounce back vs. 49ers"I think just trying to do too much, trying to make too many reads instead of running," Cardinals running back David Johnson said Friday. Arizona Cardinals sign TE Maxx Williams to 2-year contract extensionThe Cardinals announced Saturday the team has signed 25-year-old tight end Maxx Williams to a two-year contract extension. Cardinals vs. 49ers: Kenyan Drake, David Johnson to share playing time"It will be by committee," Kingsbury explained. "Both guys will have packages and do certain things and we've talked to them about that." 49ers vs Cardinals Ultimate Week 12 PreviewThe 49ers and Cardinals put on a show in their last meeting on Thursday Night Football. The two teams will meet again this Sunday. Cardinals vs. 49ers Week 11 video preview and picksSee what Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks have to say about the Week 11 rematch. Arizona Cardinals QB Kyler Murray is most difficult to sack in NFLHe evades pressure more than 31 percent of the time. Cardinals vs. 49ers Week 11 Q&A previewNiners Wire's Kyle Madson answers some questions leading up to the game. Maxx Williams contract extension: Arizona Cardinals ink TE through 2021He has 11 catches for 139 yards this season but coach Kliff Kingsbury thinks very highly of him and his play this season. Report: DJ Humphries, AQ Shipley in contract talks with CardinalsThe Cardinals seeking to keep their offensive line intact beyond this season. Cardinals vs. 49ers picks: ‘Madden’ sim predicts 27-16 Arizona lossCheck out how the video game believes the game will go on Sunday. 4 49ers players to watch vs. Arizona CardinalsThese players will play a more prominent role than normal because of injuries. Rival's injuries could work to Arizona Cardinals advantageInjuries to several key San Francisco 49ers could very well increase the Arizona Cardinals chances of pulling off an upset Arizona Cardinals should fix pass-coverage issues in 2020Acquiring a free agent cover guy who can provide shutdown pass coverage should be a priority of the Arizona Cardinals in 2020 Arizona Cardinals make good move with Maxx WilliamsArizona Cardinals tight end Maxx Williams, in his first season with the team, received a well deserved two-year extension

  • Arizona Cardinals negotiating contract extensions with two offensive linemen per report
    by Seth Cox on November 16, 2019 at 8:07 pm

    Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports The Arizona Cardinals are getting things going for 2020 and beyond. It started today with the Arizona Cardinals re-signing Maxx Williams to a two-year contract extension. Keeping him in the fold for the next two seasons. Now, Bob McManaman if the Arizona Republic is reporting that contract negotiations are ongoing with more Cardinals as well. https://twitter.com/azbobbymac/status/1195781714150211585?s=19 We’ve talked about the fact that the Cardinals would try and retain this offensive line for the next year and maybe beyond. The Cardinals have been happy with the play of A.Q. Shipley and D.J. Humphries and see the potential continuity important in the growth and development of the team. It is why when we talk about needs for the Arizona Cardinals, we see the idea of the offensive line not being a huge need to the Cardinals. They like what they have seen from the line and want to see what it can do after a full year in the system. We think the growth has been good and maybe going forward with the starting five we have seen the last two weeks is the best idea for the future. We’ll see if they get anything done.

  • Arizona Cardinals sign Maxx Williams to two-year contract extension
    by Seth Cox on November 16, 2019 at 7:20 pm

    Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports Many have been calling for it, and despite a really bad drop against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Maxx Williams has been one of the most consistent weapons on offense for the Arizona Cardinals. Now, the team has rewarded him with a two-year contract extension. From the team: "The Arizona Cardinals Football Club today announced that the team has signed tight end Maxx Williams to a two-year extension that will keep Williams under contract through the conclusion of 2021 season. In accordance with club policy, terms were not disclosed." "Williams (6-4, 252) has played in all 10 games this season (five starts) with the Cardinals and has 11 receptions for 139 yards and one touchdown. He signed with Arizona as a free agent in the offseason after spending his first four seasons in the league with Baltimore where he appeared in 42 games (21 starts) had 63 receptions for 497 yards and three touchdowns. The 25-year old Williams entered the league with Baltimore as a second-round selection (55th overall) in the 2015 NFL Draft out of the University of Minnesota." Williams has been a dynamic two-way offensive player, and he is having a great year blocking in the Cardinals diverse run game. Welcome to the desert for a little longer, Maxx.

  • Week 12 College Football who to watch and open thread
    by Seth Cox on November 16, 2019 at 4:00 pm

    Jeffrey Becker-USA TODAY Sports We enter the 12th week of the 2019 college football season and the names to know are getting more and more clear. It starts early with a number of names to watch and know heading into great showdown in the Big 12. Let’s take a look. #5 Alabama at Mississippi State, 10am, ESPN The Tide just lost their first game at home in forever, but their stars were very good in the game. I am most intrigued by Henry Ruggs and Devonta Smith, the “other” receivers on Bama’s roster. I think both would fit well in the Cardinals offense and may be the day two pick type. Obviously the names in round one for Bama could include Jerry Jeudy and Tua, but what about Alex Leatherwood, the offensive tackle? Raekwon David the defensive tackle or Anfernee Jennings the outside linebacker? The Bama game and team is loaded. However, this is a great opportunity to see interior offensive lineman Darryl Williams from Miss State. #4 Georgia at #12 Auburn, 1:30pm, CBS Auburn has Derrick Brown on their interior defense who could be a top ten pick, while Prince Tega Wanogho could be a day two offensive lineman to know. Meanwhile, Georgia has Andrew Thomas, the likely first offensive lineman off the board, but Solomon Kindley could be a day two name to know. Also, could the Cardinals be looking at another running back on day two? D’Andre Swift could be one that would make them think about it. #8 Minnesota at #20 Iowa, 2pm, Fox This game has a great wide receiver prospect in Tyler Johnson for Minnesota. They also have a day two safety I really like in Antoine Winfield Jr. Iowa has some big dudes up front that we should love to know. Alaric Jackson and Tristan Wirfs are massive offensive tackles for the Hawkeyes and both look like first round locks. What about A.J. Epenesa on the other side? Great game for prospects. #10 Oklahoma at #13 Baylor, 5:30pm, ABC A massive offensive display is about to take off and the Cardinals could find their top wide receiver in CeeDee Lamb from Oklahoma. Yet, on defense the Sooners have a linebacker that has flashed in Kenneth Murray, so don’t look away from the screen. Enjoy the day one and all.

  • Arizona Cardinals will be without Jonathan Bullard, Chase Edmonds, while Terrell Suggs is questionable against 49ers
    by Seth Cox on November 16, 2019 at 11:00 am

    Photo by Steven Ryan/Getty Images The Arizona Cardinals have a tough game on Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers and things could be getting a little more difficult. For the Cardinals, they will be without Chase Edmonds, not unexpected as the running back continues to deal with a hamstring issue. However, Jonathan Bullard will be out in this game and the Cardinals could be without Tramaine Brock, Zach Kerr and Terrell Suggs. We also won’t know until Sunday what the Cardinals are doing on game day with their offensive line, as Justin Murray is again questionable with the knee issue that has plagued him for the last could of weeks. The 49ers got some good news on the other side. While Matt Breide and George Kittle are both doubtful, it sounds like wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders will try and go on Sunday, and he has had his way with Patrick Peterson in the past. Let’s hope for good news for the Cardinals come Sunday.

 

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