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azcentral.com Updated Dec 16, 2013
There's still a chance, still a hope, but the Cardinals could have their best regular-season record since relocating to Arizona and still miss out on the playoffs. If they win their final two games, they will finish 11-5 -- their highest victory total 1…Share Tweet
ESPN.com Dec 16, 2013Louisville junior quarterback Teddy Bridgewater said he is "undecided" whether to return for his senior year and will make the decision following the Cardinals' bowl game.Share TweetArizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald passed one set of concussion tests before leaving LP Field in Nashville, Tenn., on Sunday but is still going through the league's concussion protocol.Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Dec 16, 2013Cardinals coach Bruce Arians had a bunch of injuries to update on Monday, including the ankle sprain suffered by quarterback Carson Palmer. After the game, Arians said Palmer had a high ankle sprain but he termed it, via Darren Urban of the team’s websi…Share Tweetazcentral.com Dec 16, 2013azcentral sports' Kent Somers breaks down the key players and moments from the Cardinals' 37-34 win over the Tennessee Titans.Share Tweet
Upon Further Review: Cardinals Week 15ESPN.com Dec 16, 2013A review of four hot issues from the Arizona Cardinals' 37-34 win over the Tennessee Titans. NASHVILLE -- Javier Arenas must want the Cardinals to play in cold-weather cities more often. For the second time this season he had at least three kick returns…Share Tweet
Fitzgerald Injured In Cardinals' WinDec 16ESPN NFL Insider Billy Devaney discusses Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald being treated for a possible concussion.
Movie-Script EndingsDec 16No, Week 15 didn’t top Week 14, because you don’t top five lead changes in the last three minutes of a game (Baltimore-Minnesota) and a back (LeSean McCoy) running for 100 yards in eight inches of snow in the first three minutes of the fourth quarter at…
Don Banks: Packers find new life amid a Cowboys collapse for the agesDec 16ARLINGTON, Texas -- Well that settles it. The Green Bay Packers absolutely adore the fact that Jerry Jones had the foresight to get this marvelous stadium built. They have visited it twice, and unadulterated magic has transpired both times.