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Unlike many coaches, the Cardinals' Bruce Arians doesn't parse words when asked for his opinions. This one, about his offensive line, is an example.
Phoenix Suns season review: The storm after the calmUpdated Apr 22 Share TweetIn 2012-13, the Phoenix Suns got it so wrong, they actually got it right. That is of course, if the next move is to actually rebuild. Over the previous two seasons, team management assembled rosters...Source: valleyofthesun.comShare TweetThe Arizona Cardinals could use a left tackle, and they have the No. 7 overall pick in a strong draft for left tackles. But with talk increasing that all three of the top tackle prospects will be gone within the first six picks, the Cardinals may need t…Source: profootballtalk.comShare TweetThe Phoenix Suns parted ways Monday with general manager Lance Blanks after the second-worst season in franchise history, the team said.
What numbers say about 2013 draft needsUpdated Apr 22 Share TweetThe term "draft needs" usually carries a qualitative component. Teams with weak offensive lines obviously have needs at the position, for example. Sometimes it's helpful to consider quantitative elements as well. Roster Counts on April 22, 201…Source: ESPN.com
Belt, Giants Walk OffApr 22Brandon Belt's first career walk-off hit lifts the Giants past the Diamondbacks and to their seventh straight home win.
2013 NBA Playoffs-- Memphis Grizzlies drop tight game in Game 2Apr 22The Grizzlies had some superb play from Mike Conley, but the other team had Chris Paul.
Seattle Seahawks to extend Kam Chancellor -- sourceApr 22The Seattle Seahawks have reached an agreement with safety Kam Chancellor on a five-year, $35 million contract extension that has $17 million in guarantees, a source said.
Kam Chancellor signs contract extension with Seattle SeahawksApr 22The Seattle Seahawks have signed star safety Kam Chancellor to a multiyear contract extension.
Peter King: Inside how the Revis trade to Tampa Bay finally went downApr 22By Sunday morning, the Bucs and Jets had worked out the trade details for Darrelle Revis -- Tampa Bay's first-round pick in this draft and likely a third-rounder next year to New York. The Bucs had a contract done with Revis -- six years, $96 million, n…