2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
5-10-1, 4th in NFC West
Is this the best time to expand the NFL playoffs? (1:06)
3d
Would a 14-team playoff be a good thing for the NFL? (1:04)
3d
How Cardinals' free agency moves impact their draft decisions (0:32)
9d
Kyler Murray shows how he works from home (0:28)
10d
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12dJosh Weinfuss

RB Drake signs $8.4M tender with Cardinals

Kenyan Drake, who established himself as the Cardinals' starting running back after his trade from the Dolphins last season, has signed a one-year tender for $8.4 million.

Belief and perseverance help Bruce Arians land first NFL coaching job (5:38)
13d

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

By adding former Falcons linebacker De'Vondre Campbell to a one-year deal worth up to $8.5 million, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Cardinals give themselves more depth at linebacker. He's durable, playing in all 16 games the last three seasons, and versatile, able to play both inside and outside linebacker. It's probable that he'll be penciled in to start alongside Jordan Hicks, replacing Joe Walker in the starting lineup.

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14d

LB Campbell agrees to 1-year deal with Cards

Linebacker De'Vondre Campbell, who led the Falcons with 129 tackles last season while adding 2 sacks and 2 interceptions, has reached a deal with the Cardinals, his agent told ESPN.

Recapping the most wild NFL Free Agency moments so far (1:29)
15d

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

By signing linebacker Devon Kennard to a three-year deal, the Arizona Cardinals created instant competition for Haason Reddick at the edge rusher spot, which Kennard played the last two seasons in Detroit. Kennard has established himself as reliable, having started 15 games each of the past two seasons, in which he averaged seven sacks per year. If he's able to win the starting spot opposite Chandler Jones, he'll give Arizona some security off the edge for the next few seasons.

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15d

Hopkins: No rift with O'Brien, 'utmost respect'

DeAndre Hopkins denied comments made by Michael Irvin that the All-Pro receiver's relationship with Texans coach Bill O'Brien had deteriorated prior to his trade to the Cardinals.

Irvin makes stunning claim in detailing Hopkins-O'Brien 'power struggle' (2:02)
15d

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

With the Arizona Cardinals agreeing to a three-year deal worth $30 million with defensive tackle Jordan Phillips, they instantly filled a major hole on defense. Arizona struggled to get the necessary push up front last season that would make quarterbacks flush one way or the other because of a limited rotation on the defensive line after releasing Darius Philon and Robert Nkemdiche during training camp. Phillips gives Arizona a big name on the line and the talent to rush the passer up the middle

Team Stats

Passing Yards217.324th
Rushing Yards124.410th
Points For22.6Tied-16th
Points Against27.6