fatshawnkemp:

#TomChambersTuesdays

fatshawnkemp:

#TomChambersTuesdays

eriicaaaa:

(Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

eriicaaaa:

(Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

(Source: glasstablegurls)

eriicaaaa:

(Photo by AP Photo/Rick Scuteri)

eriicaaaa:

(Photo by AP Photo/Rick Scuteri)

kickoffcoverage:

Cardinals rally late to beat Chargers
John Brown caught a 13-yard pass to score from Carson Palmer with 2:25 to play, and the Arizona Cardinals rallied to beat the San Diego Chargers 18-17 on Monday night.
Brown took the short toss in the flat and eluded tacklers into the end zone, capping an 11-play, 91-yard drive.
Arizona trailed 17-6 after three quarters.
With his team trailing 6-3 at the half, San Diego quarterback Philip Rivers went 6 for 6 for 82 yards on a drive to open the second half. His six-yard pass to Malcom Floyd for the TD put the Chargers ahead 10-6.
After Attaochu forced Palmer’s fumble, Ryan Mathews ran 20 yards for a touchdown that made it 17-6.
The Cardinals finally got a touchdown on a 10-play, 64-yard drive. Palmer scrambled and then tossed five yards to Stepfan Taylor to cut the lead to 17-12 with 12:30 to play. The two-point conversion try failed.
After the ensuing kickoff, the Chargers appeared to be headed for at least a field goal, but the center snap bounced off of Rivers, and by the time he fell on the ball, San Diego was out of field-goal range.
The Cardinals took the punt at their 9-yard line with 6:50 to go and mounted the long scoring march.
Arizona rookie Chandler Catanzaro kicked field goals of 44 and 22 yards.
The Cardinals had a 211-108 advantage in yards in the first two quarters but led only 6-3 on Catanzaro’s 44-yarder as the half ended.
Jerraud Powers intercepted Rivers’ pass at the Arizona 44 with 16 seconds left in the half. Palmer threw five yards to Andre Ellington, then 2 yards to Ted Ginn Jr. to set up the kick.
Arizona scored first on Catanzaro’s 22-yard field goal with 12:42 left in the first half.
San Diego’s lone first-half score came after Drew Butler’s punt was blocked by Attaochu. Butler had been signed earlier Monday and took the place of regular punter Dave Zastudil, who was out with a groin injury.
Again, Arizona’s defense shut down the Chargers, and Nick Novak’s 36-yard field goal tied it 3-3 with six minutes to play.
The only big play of the first quarter was Palmer’s long pass that hit Michael Floyd in stride for a 63-yard gain to the Chargers 28. But two plays later, Marcus Gilchrist wrestled the ball away from Andre Ellington.
The ball bounced downfield, where Arizona tackle Bobby Massie tried to pick up the ball rather than fall on it. Initially, officials ruled Massie had recovered, but Chargers coach Mike McCoy challenged and the call was reversed. Donald Butler recovered the ball for San Diego at the Chargers 28.
Arizona’s Larry Fitzgerald caught one pass with 4:04 to play to keep alive his streak of at least one reception in 150 consecutive games. (Photo: Associated Press)

kickoffcoverage:

Cardinals rally late to beat Chargers

John Brown caught a 13-yard pass to score from Carson Palmer with 2:25 to play, and the Arizona Cardinals rallied to beat the San Diego Chargers 18-17 on Monday night.

Brown took the short toss in the flat and eluded tacklers into the end zone, capping an 11-play, 91-yard drive.

Arizona trailed 17-6 after three quarters.

With his team trailing 6-3 at the half, San Diego quarterback Philip Rivers went 6 for 6 for 82 yards on a drive to open the second half. His six-yard pass to Malcom Floyd for the TD put the Chargers ahead 10-6.

After Attaochu forced Palmer’s fumble, Ryan Mathews ran 20 yards for a touchdown that made it 17-6.

The Cardinals finally got a touchdown on a 10-play, 64-yard drive. Palmer scrambled and then tossed five yards to Stepfan Taylor to cut the lead to 17-12 with 12:30 to play. The two-point conversion try failed.

After the ensuing kickoff, the Chargers appeared to be headed for at least a field goal, but the center snap bounced off of Rivers, and by the time he fell on the ball, San Diego was out of field-goal range.

The Cardinals took the punt at their 9-yard line with 6:50 to go and mounted the long scoring march.

Arizona rookie Chandler Catanzaro kicked field goals of 44 and 22 yards.

The Cardinals had a 211-108 advantage in yards in the first two quarters but led only 6-3 on Catanzaro’s 44-yarder as the half ended.

Jerraud Powers intercepted Rivers’ pass at the Arizona 44 with 16 seconds left in the half. Palmer threw five yards to Andre Ellington, then 2 yards to Ted Ginn Jr. to set up the kick.

Arizona scored first on Catanzaro’s 22-yard field goal with 12:42 left in the first half.

San Diego’s lone first-half score came after Drew Butler’s punt was blocked by Attaochu. Butler had been signed earlier Monday and took the place of regular punter Dave Zastudil, who was out with a groin injury.

Again, Arizona’s defense shut down the Chargers, and Nick Novak’s 36-yard field goal tied it 3-3 with six minutes to play.

The only big play of the first quarter was Palmer’s long pass that hit Michael Floyd in stride for a 63-yard gain to the Chargers 28. But two plays later, Marcus Gilchrist wrestled the ball away from Andre Ellington.

The ball bounced downfield, where Arizona tackle Bobby Massie tried to pick up the ball rather than fall on it. Initially, officials ruled Massie had recovered, but Chargers coach Mike McCoy challenged and the call was reversed. Donald Butler recovered the ball for San Diego at the Chargers 28.

Arizona’s Larry Fitzgerald caught one pass with 4:04 to play to keep alive his streak of at least one reception in 150 consecutive games. (Photo: Associated Press)

Jaelen Strong

Jaelen Strong

(Source: saturdaystars)

Enjoy Jaelen Strong while you Sun Devil fans. He’s playing Sundays next Season

Enjoy Jaelen Strong while you Sun Devil fans. He’s playing Sundays next Season

(Source: draftguru151)

gfbaseball:

Paul Goldschmidt at spring training - February 7, 2014

profresh-media:

Larry Fitzgerald vs. NFC West from Bird Gang AZ on Vimeo.

Larry Fitzgerald Highlights vs. what has become the best division in football.

theclearlydope:

I shot and designed the June issue of Pizza Today and from this angle it legit looks like you can eat that slice. 

theclearlydope:

I shot and designed the June issue of Pizza Today and from this angle it legit looks like you can eat that slice. 

kickoffcoverage:

Cardinals Minter ready to step in and replace departed Dansby at inside linebacker:
During his rookie season, Kevin Minter played on Arizona’s special teams and watched the standout performances of Karlos Dansby at inside linebacker.
Now that Dansby is gone after being lured by a big contract to Cleveland, Minter moves into his spot, a critical one in defensive coordinator Todd Bowles’ system.
Arizona drafted Minter in the second round last year, the 45th player taken overall. He appeared in 13 games as a rookie, almost exclusively on special teams, getting four tackles.
Dansby, the man he replaces, resurrected his career with a team-high 122 tackles, 6½ sacks and 19 pass breakups. Playing alongside Daryl Washington, it was one of the best inside tandems in the NFL.
But the Browns offered Dansby far more money than the Cardinals were willing to pay, and rather than go after a free agent, the team decided the job would be Minter’s.
So far, coach Bruce Arians said, Minter has impressed.
"He’s a different person," Arians told the teams’ official website. "Checking back with his folks at LSU, his freshman year he was kind of like he was last year — lost. His sophomore year he was thrown into a leadership role and really relished it. He has done a really nice job of accepting the role he’s got and trying to expand on it."
Minter said he studied Dansby’s approach to the game and is ready.

"It’s exciting when you’re able to actually do what you were brought in here to do," Minter said. "I paid my dues last year, I feel like, just standing by Karlos and watching him, watching a true professional work, and I feel like it’s my time now." (Ross D. Franklin/Associated Press)

kickoffcoverage:

Cardinals Minter ready to step in and replace departed Dansby at inside linebacker:

During his rookie season, Kevin Minter played on Arizona’s special teams and watched the standout performances of Karlos Dansby at inside linebacker.

Now that Dansby is gone after being lured by a big contract to Cleveland, Minter moves into his spot, a critical one in defensive coordinator Todd Bowles’ system.

Arizona drafted Minter in the second round last year, the 45th player taken overall. He appeared in 13 games as a rookie, almost exclusively on special teams, getting four tackles.

Dansby, the man he replaces, resurrected his career with a team-high 122 tackles, 6½ sacks and 19 pass breakups. Playing alongside Daryl Washington, it was one of the best inside tandems in the NFL.

But the Browns offered Dansby far more money than the Cardinals were willing to pay, and rather than go after a free agent, the team decided the job would be Minter’s.

So far, coach Bruce Arians said, Minter has impressed.

"He’s a different person," Arians told the teams’ official website. "Checking back with his folks at LSU, his freshman year he was kind of like he was last year — lost. His sophomore year he was thrown into a leadership role and really relished it. He has done a really nice job of accepting the role he’s got and trying to expand on it."

Minter said he studied Dansby’s approach to the game and is ready.

"It’s exciting when you’re able to actually do what you were brought in here to do," Minter said. "I paid my dues last year, I feel like, just standing by Karlos and watching him, watching a true professional work, and I feel like it’s my time now." (Ross D. Franklin/Associated Press)