Flush the Pocket will be your daily morning dose of the Arizona Cardinals. It’ll recap the top storyline from the previous day and give you a look at what everyone is saying locally and nationally.
TEMPE, Ariz. – Well, it’s almost here.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians has waited 60 years for Sunday, his first fall Sunday as an NFL head coach. It’s been a long and winding road from the North Atlantic to Tempe, Ariz.
When Arians takes the field at the Edward Jones Dome for the national anthem, just minutes before the Cardinals take on the St. Louis Rams, he’ll get a tear in his eye like he always has.
And then the butterflies will come.
“I have them every week,” Arians said.
They might be a little more intense come Sunday.
Cardinals' defensive end Darnell Dockett has withstood the test of time in the NFL and he's been productive doing it.
Bob McManaman of AZCentral.com listens intently as the Cardinals’ soft-spoken but heavy-hitting right guard Paul Fanaika talks.
Craig Morgan of FoxSportsArizona.com delves into the potential of the Cardinals improving even if it doesn’t show up in wins and losses and takes a deeper look at Larry Fitzgerald, the person and football player who’s not looking back.
AZCentral’s Doug Meehan did about a two-minute interview with Arians, covering life in and out of football.
Dan Hanzus at NFL.com put together a list of eight things that could happen, but probably won't, including one with the Cardinals.
Darren Urban of AZCardinals.com writes about Arians trusting tight end Jim Dray.