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  1. Some clarity, direction up front for Arizona

    Mike Sando

    2008-2012 Cardinals OL Rk. OL GS Snaps 1 Lyle Sendlein 75 4,633 2 Levi Brown 64 3,889 3 Deuce Lutui 48 2,926 4 Reggie Wells 32 1,982 5 Daryn Colledge 32 1,971 6 Mike Gan...

    Blog | July 27, 2013
  2. Where NFL teams rank in line continuity

    Mike Sando

    NFL teams strive for continuity along their offensive lines. Seattle Seahawks fans remember the five players largely responsible for their team's Super Bowl appearance following the 2005 season. Left tackle Walter Jones, left guard Steve Hutchinso...

    Blog | December 01, 2011
  3. Kolb and Cardinals' bounce-back ability

    Mike Sando

    Kevin Kolb's arrival from Philadelphia gives the Arizona Cardinals renewed hope at quarterback and clear direction following Kurt Warner's retirement. It provides a fresh start after a forgettable 2010 transition season for Arizona. So much has...

    Blog | July 29, 2011
  4. Whisenhunt: Roster turnover took its toll

    Mike Sando

    DALLAS -- The Arizona Cardinals experienced more roster turnover than most from 2009 to 2010. They felt it, too. Arizona finished with a 5-11 record largely because quarterback Kurt Warner retired. The team hoped it had enough veteran strength ...

    Blog | February 04, 2011
  5. Around the NFC West: Leinart, Locklear, etc.

    Mike Sando

    ESPN's John Clayton says the Seattle Seahawks are trying to trade right tackle Sean Locklear, whose status appears affected by various moves. Locklear's salary is $5.45 million and his performance during preseason, though not atypical, apparently did...

    Blog | September 06, 2010
  6. Reggie Wells' trade clears way for Lutui

    Mike Sando

    Reggie Wells was the odd man out on the Arizona Cardinals' offensive line after the team signed Alan Faneca to start and Rex Hadnot for depth. Deuce Lutui's return as a restricted free agent created a stockpile. Wells' trade to the Philadelphia...

    Blog | September 03, 2010
  7. Post-camp roster analysis: Cardinals

    Mike Sando

    Matt Leinart apparently has no idea where he stands with the Arizona Cardinals. That makes it tough for the rest of us to predict exactly what might happen. Will Leinart start at quarterback for the Cardinals in Week 1? Will he serve as the backup...

    Blog | August 30, 2010
  8. Valuing that veteran seasoning

    Mike Sando

    Age can be a sensitive subject, even in the NFL. Especially in the NFL, where a couple down seasons past age 30 can leave even accomplished players on the outside. Teams try to find the right mix of youth, players in their primes and older veteran...

    Blog | August 11, 2010
  9. Observations from Arizona Cardinals camp

    Mike Sando

    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. -- Thoughts and observations after watching the Arizona Cardinals relocate their Sunday practice indoors to avoid rains at Northern Arizona University: Offensive line coach Russ Grimm's selection to the Hall of Fame raises his pr...

    Blog | August 01, 2010
  10. Debating which offensive line is best

    Mike Sando

    The Arizona Cardinals have the best defensive line in the NFC West even though the San Francisco 49ers' line deserves strong consideration. That was how Matt Williamson of Scouts Inc. and I saw it during our latest conversation. That item played o...

    Blog | July 16, 2010
  11. Cardinals definitely Whisenhunt's team

    Mike Sando

    The 2010 NFL draft helped coaches define their teams to their liking. The Cardinals now have 32 of their own draft choices on their roster, counting unsigned restricted free agent Deuce Lutui. Three-fourths of those players entered the NFL under c...

    Blog | April 28, 2010
  12. What to make of hot-and-cold Cardinals

    Mike Sando

    Jerry Lai/US Presswire Larry Fitzgerald pulled in two touchdowns to spark the Cardinals offense. Posted by's Mike Sando CHICAGO -- Recent history urges extreme caution for anyone remotely close to thinking the Arizona Cardi...

    Blog | November 08, 2009
  13. Numbers games: Cardinals roster in perspective

    Mike Sando

    Posted by's Mike Sando The Cardinals have gotten dramatically younger at running back this offseason. Edgerrin James and Terrelle Smith are gone, leaving Tim Hightower and Dan Kreider as the only current Cardinals running backs with star...

    Blog | August 17, 2009