Posts Tagged ‘levi-brown’

Levi Brown Has Surgery on His Torn Triceps Tendon

Levi Brown is having surgery on his tri, and while no decision has been made about him playing in 2012, all signs point to him being out for the entire season. Cardinals’ left tackle Levi Brown was scheduled to undergo surgery this morning to repair a torn right triceps tendon, his agent Chafie Fields said. […]

LT Levi Brown Has Torn Tri, Could Miss Entire 2012

Cardinals starting left tackle Levi Brown has a torn right triceps and probably will not play this season. Coach Ken Whisenhunt revealed the extent of the injury at his Saturday news conference, saying the five-year starter will require surgery, with an anticipated recovery time that would approach the end of the season. Brown was injured […]

Cardinals Expected to Release Tackle Levi Brown

Adam Schefter of ESPN is reporting that the Cardinals are expected to release offensive tackle Levi Brown, the fifth overall pick of the 2007 NFL Draft. Brown is due $8.33 million in base salary with a $6 million dollar roster bonus and $250,000 and was slated to count nearly $17 million against the team’s salary […]

Cardinals With Three Big Positions of Need This Offseason

1. Quarterback: The Cardinals need a replacement for Derek Anderson and believe John Skelton, a rookie last year, is not quite ready. It’s not likely they will use the fifth overall pick on a quarterback, however. 2. Outside linebacker: Starters Joey Porter and Clark Haggans will be 34 when next season starts, and there are […]

12th Man Presents the Cardinals with a Unique Challenge

The Seattle Seahawks enjoy a home field advantage unlike most other NFL teams.  Qwest Field, so its been said, is one of the loudest stadiums in the NFL, something that is obviously attributed to the fans, but also the stadium’s design.  In any event, it’s something that the Cardinals will have to deal with this […]

Offensive Line Must Tighten Up Protection

Although the defense may have received the most flak for the 41-7 pounding at the hands of the Falcons, the offense was just as ineffective.  A lot of the problems stemmed from the offensive line’s very poor play, especially Anderson’s blind side. Derek Anderson‘s current troubles is the hot topic regarding the Cardinals’ offense, but […]

Cards Won’t Play Nice at Camp, Whiz Loves It

First, let’s get the big news about Dan Williams out of the way.  The first round pick from Tennessee signed a 5-year deal yesterday (8/2).  The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.  Williams is expected to join team meetings and participate in team practice today.  “It’s kind of (been) like Christmas, waiting to […]

More from the Cardinals’ Voluntary Workouts

Apparently Onrea Jones, not Ed Gant as a previously reported, has established himself as the front runner for the fourth wide receiver position.  Whisenhunt explained that “O.J. has done a great job of working hard, made a lot of plays in the OTAs and did a good job for us last year on the practice […]

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