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It was the team’s first move of the new league year, and it surprised just about everyone in the NFL. The acquisition of DeAndre Hopkins is a game-changer. Craig Grialou and Mike Jurecki discuss what Hopkins’ presence means within the offense and more specifically, his effect on the rest of the pass catchers. Also, don’t sleep on the role of the tight end here in 2020.
A top-10 rushing offense last season, the Cardinals will once again look to the run to set up the pass in 2020. It all starts upfront with the offensive line. It’s their job to pave the way for the running backs, whether that’s Kenyan Drake or Chase Edmonds. Craig Grialou and Mike Jurecki discuss the team’s ground game, beginning in the trenches where all five projected starters are familiar with the personnel and the offensive system.
The Cardinals used free agency and the draft to bolster key spots on the roster. In another "Best of" edition of the Big Red Rage, Paul Calvisi and Ron Wolfley examine the 2020 draft class with director of player personnel Quentin Harris. Former Cardinals' offensive lineman Derek Kennard also joins the show to talk about his son Devon signing with the team to play outside linebacker. Plus, former Cardinals' linebacker Lorenzo Alexander and current defensive lineman Corey Peters share their thoughts on the 2020 defense.
True to his word, GM Steve Keim made improving the defense a priority in the offseason, especially along the front seven. There may be as many as three new starters, with the potential of four should Vance Joseph decide to have both De’Vondre Campbell and Isaiah Simmons on the field at the same time. Craig Grialou and Mike Jurecki discuss the outlook for what has the potential to be the most improved part of the defense.
The Cardinals have come a long way on the offensive side of the ball just since the beginning of 2019. Paul Calvisi, Darren Urban and Kyle Odegard break down all aspects of the overall unit within the dead of the offseason – what unit generates the most confidence, what unit has the most to prove, what player(s) might surprise and what Kliff Kingsbury might (or might not) do to tweak the playbook as he heads into his second season.
If you want Kyler Murray talk, you’ve come to the right place. In this “Best of” edition of the Big Red Rage, Paul Calvisi and Ron Wolfley chat with Kurt Warner, Jay Feely, Jake Plummer, Frank Sanders and Dave Pasch about their thoughts on the Cardinals’ signal caller.
It may be the toughest division in all of football. Between the 49ers (reigning NFC champions), the Seahawks (seven playoff appearances over the past eight seasons) and the Rams (two years removed from reaching the Super Bowl), the Cardinals certainly have their work cut out for them in 2020. Craig Grialou and Mike Jurecki review the offseasons of the other three teams in the NFC West.
A lot of questions facing the NFL and Cardinals because of the pandemic, so Paul Calvisi, Darren Urban and Kyle Odegard consider what it could mean going forward – like memories of the last time there wasn’t an offseason during the lockout of 2011, the possibilities of adjusting the preseason schedule, what players were hurt by losing the on-field work, any roster needs heading into camp, and the Cardinals’ chances to climb to the top of the NFC West.
With just over two months before opening day, Craig Grialou, Mike Jurecki and Darren Urban predict the starters for the Cardinals. Will rookies be able to make an immediate impact with no on-field work done in the offseason? Plus, a look back at the 2015 NFC Divisional game against the Packers.
Since 2002, there have been 21 teams that have made the jump from worst to first. Is it possible the Cardinals can be team No. 22? Of course it is. Craig Grialou and Mike Jurecki discuss the likelihood, factoring in the competitive NFC West. Plus, the guys preview the next episode of “Cardinals Archives,” looking back at the 2015 NFC Divisional playoff game against the Packers.
There are no awards given and at the end of the day, it’s all about what happens on the field. Yet, there are many who have voiced their opinion, praising the Cardinals’ offseason. Craig Grialou and Mike Jurecki discuss what’s been written by the national media, a lot of which has focused on the acquisition of DeAndre Hopkins and the free-agent additions on defense.
With the opening of training camp just about a month away, the Cardinals continue to receive praise from many national media types. Paul Calvisi and Ron Wolfley bring you the latest chatter. Plus, discussions about a motivated Patrick Peterson, Mason Cole returning to his starting role at center and the group of running backs behind starter Kenyan Drake.
Next month, the NFL unveils its Top-100 Players of 2020. On Wednesday, the league teased that Kyler Murray will make the list. Craig Grialou and Mike Jurecki discuss where Murray should land among the best players in the game. Also, according to the experts, Murray is listed as having one of the better supporting casts and a favorite to be one of the top quarterback picks in fantasy football.
So much is expected of quarterback Kyler Murray this season, so Paul Calvisi, Darren Urban and Kyle Odegard go with the Kyler-centric episode while Murray hosts his skill-position teammates over in Dallas, discussing Murray’s strong beliefs in anti-racism, his confidence in himself, his lack of fear of losing on-field work this offseason, and the areas in which he might need to improve the most.
The Cardinals have made several offseason upgrades to their front seven including the signing of defensive lineman Jordan Phillips and the selection of linebacker Isaiah Simmons in the draft. Craig Grialou, Mike Jurecki and Kyle Odegard talk about the new possibilities on the defensive side of the ball. Plus, a discussion about Mason Cole returning to the starting center position and what it will take for QB Kyler Murray to take his game to the next level.
No one will touch the football more this season than Mason Cole, at least that’s the hope. Craig Grialou and Mike Jurecki discuss Cole resuming his role as the starting center. Plus, the guys preview the next episode of “Cardinals Archives,” looking back at the 2009 NFC Wild Card game.
According to reports, quarterback Kyler Murray will soon host several of his Cardinals teammates for workouts in his hometown of Dallas. Paul Calvisi and Ron Wolfley talk about Murray's budding leadership skills and what the offense may look like in 2020. Plus, a discussion on the run game along with the future of the wide receiver position.
Kyler Murray is very confident, not only in his own ability but in the talent that is expected to surround him on the field in 2020. Craig Grialou and Mike Jurecki discuss what Murray had to say in his nearly 31-minute press conference, including how excited he is about adding “arguably the best receiver in the game” in DeAndre Hopkins.
The Cardinals cut their virtual meetings short and never got on the field – something Larry Fitzgerald wasn’t going to be upset about – and so Paul Calvisi, Darren Urban and Kyle Odegard discuss that, the unknown heading into whenever training camp might arrive, Fitz’s spot in an offense that now has DeAndre Hopkins, and how Christian Kirk fits as well.
Left tackle D.J. Humphries recently met the media to talk about expectations for the offensive line, the virtual offseason and blocking for Kyler Murray. Craig Grialou, Mike Jurecki and Kyle Odegard examine how the o-line can build upon a solid 2019 season. Also, a discussion on the Cardinals’ wide receivers and how Larry Fitzgerald sees the group after the addition of DeAndre Hopkins.
Comments (5)

Bruce Banner

Wasn't there however there are a few forums suggesting Murray was ok, again wasn't there so maybe they are down playing it.

Jul 27th

Bruce Banner

Think there is a lot of fans who are cautiously reserved about 2019 season (after the chosen Rozen fiasco) but hopefully Wolfe is right about the schemes and offensive upgrades.

Jul 17th
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Bart Rogers

Good luck Josh Rosen this Sunday beat the Seahawks... it's time to protect our house.....time is now.....

Sep 29th

Bart Rogers

Go Arizona cardinals

Sep 29th
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