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2018 Schedule
8-8, 3rd in NFC West
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5hJosh Weinfuss

Cards' Keim suspended after guilty plea for DUI

Cardinals general manager Steve Keim, who was arrested on an extreme DUI charge July 4, has been suspended five weeks and fined $200,000 after he pleaded guilty to the charge Tuesday.

Tennyson has wish to meet Larry Fitzgerald granted (6:57)
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6dESPN.com

NFC West Q&A: Who is the division's MVP?

The Rams had the offensive and defensive players of the year a year ago. This year, Todd Gurley has some competition for top player in the division.

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6dJosh Weinfuss

Cops: Keim did not mis-ID himself before arrest

Cardinals GM Steve Keim did not misidentify himself as the team's director of security when approached by police during a traffic stop in Chandler, Arizona, according to a police spokesman.

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7dESPN.com staff

NFC West Q&A: Who is on the hottest seat?

Most of the coaches in the NFC West are secure, but for the players, Sam Bradford ought to be looking over his shoulder.

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7dJosh Weinfuss

Cardinals prez: Speak up, just not on game days

A day after Arizona Cardinals president Michael Bidwill publicly supported Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Bidwill said he also supports players speaking up on social issues but wants them to "restrict their statements" on game days.

Lots of eyes on Steve Keim case in Arizona (0:59)
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Cardinals GM Keim cited for DUI on July 4

Cardinals general manager Steve Keim apologized, saying, "I truly regret my incredibly poor judgment and inexcusable actions" after he was cited for a DUI on July 4 in Arizona.

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15dJosh Weinfuss

Cardinals' Peterson says Rosen 'blew my mind'

Cornerback Patrick Peterson told SiriusXM NFL Radio on Monday that he believes Sam Bradford will "for sure" be the Cardinals' starter if healthy, but he also heaped praise on first-round pick Josh Rosen, calling him "the future of our franchise."

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The Cardinals signed WR Greg Little to a one-year contract, a source confirmed to ESPN. He spent the week at Arizona's minicamp on a tryout after participating in the Cardinals' rookie minicamp back in May.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards227.515th
Rushing Yards86.630th
Points For18.425th
Points Against22.619th