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Kicker Jay Feely fined for unnecessary roughness
profootballtalk.com Updated Oct 5, 2012
In a rare instance of the NFL cracking down on an illegal hit from a kicker, Arizona’s Jay Feely has been fined for a personal foul. Feely, who was called for unnecessary roughness when he hit an opponent late on the second half kickoff of the CardinalsShare Tweet
The facts: The Arizona Cardinals fell to 4-1 with a 17-3 road defeat to the St. Louis Rams in Week 5. The upside: Even the worst defeats tend to feature a bright spot or two. The Cardinals have nine days between games, time that should be valuable as a …Share TweetESPN.com Oct 5, 2012Five nuggets of knowledge about Week 5: Seahawks' rare opportunity: A Seattle Seahawks victory at Carolina would give all four NFC West teams a winning record through Week 5 for the first time since the NFL realigned into eight four-team divisions in 20…Share TweetESPN.com Oct 5, 2012News broke Thursday that Darnell Dockett would be available to the Arizona Cardinals in Week 5. Cardinals DL vs. Rams Arizona's game against St. Louis began, and Dockett was on the field. But as the game progressed and the Rams moved closer to a 17-3 vi…Share TweetDolphins wide receiver Brian Hartline became known to a few more people last Sunday when he picked up 253 receiving yards in an overtime loss to the Cardinals. That might not be the only gain he’ll realize as a result of his explosive afternoon. Adam BeShare TweetThe Cardinals offense had a rough night in St. Louis on Thursday. Among the wreckage of the evening was running back Ryan Williams, who left the game with what the team termed a left shoulder injury. Williams got rocked by a fourth quarter hit from Rams…Share TweetLast night, we reported during the Cardinals-Rams game that St. Louis receiver Danny Amendola has a broken collarbone. In the wake of the game, conflicting reports regarding Amendola’s status emerged. NFL Network reported that the Rams “fear” theShare TweetCorrection week has begun in the NFL, to the chagrin of MDS. The previously undefeated Cardinals have fallen to the Rams to launch Week Five, but star receiver Larry Fitzgerald sees the glass as 80-percent full. “We’re still 4-1,” Fitzgerald said afShare Tweet