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  • Everyone here is familiar, right?

    Back on Oct. 5, Tennessee rallied from a 10-3 fourth-quarter deficit to win 13-10 at Baltimore with the help of a bad call: a blow-to-the-head penalty on Terrell Suggs that actually was a blow to Kerry Collins' shoulder. It came on third-and-10 and...
  • Leinart keeps an eye on his future

    It was Friday night, Aug. 29, five months ago Thursday. The Arizona Cardinals had just wrapped up their preseason with an unremarkable 28-14 loss to Denver, contested mainly by backups. Ken Whisenhunt, about to embark on his second season as an NFL head...
  • Going in, an historic mismatch

    Dynasty vs. doormat. The Pittsburgh Steelers have signified success in the Super Bowl era with their stable ownership, brilliant coaching and throwback style. A victory Sunday will give them a record sixth Super Bowl title, and they are 6 1/2 -point...
  • Five keys for Arizona

    Five keys to winning the game Don't drop the ball And we mean literally. Arizona quarterback Kurt Warner has a long history of coughing up the football, and Pittsburgh's nasty defense thrives on turnovers. When the Steelers get a turnover, they may...
  • Five keys for Pittsburgh

    Five keys to the game GOTTA GRIND IT OUT Pittsburgh's characteristically bruising running game was awful in the regular season, as the Steelers ranked just 23rd at 105.6 yards an outing. Injuries and poor play on the offensive line were part of the...
  • Pittsburgh players to watch

    Players to watch DB IKE TAYLOR Ike Taylor vs. Larry Fitzgerald may be the most important matchup of Super Bowl XLIII. Fitzgerald has embarked on an historical postseason, already racking up more than 400 yards and five scores, and he's been...
  • Tomlin proves that Rooneys made the right call

    TAMPA, FLA. Mike Tomlin coached timid early, and his Pittsburgh Steelers melted down late. But on a Sunday evening for the football ages, Pittsburgh defeated the Arizona Cardinals 27-23 to claim a record sixth Super Bowl victory and elevate Tomlin to...
  • Meet Chiefs' New Head Coach Todd Haley

    Meet Chiefs' New Head Coach Todd Haley
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Todd Haley was hired as coach of the Kansas City Chiefs on Friday after helping the Arizona Cardinals reach the Super Bowl as coordinator of one of the NFL's most exciting offenses. Haley joins a team that went a franchise-...
  • Late TD Helps Arizona Drop Lions To 2-12 On Season

    Late TD Helps Arizona Drop Lions To 2-12 On Season
    Kurt Warner hit Anquan Boldin with a 5-yard scoring pass to break up a 24-24 tie with just 1:59 remaining to play as the Arizona Cardinals handed the Detroit Lions their fourth consecutive defeat 31-24 Sunday afternoon at Ford Field. Detroit erased a 17-...
  • NFL to Ask Players to Donate Brains for Study

    NFL to Ask Players to Donate Brains for Study
    The NFL is partnering with Boston University brain researchers who have been critical of the league's stance on concussions, The Associated Press learned Sunday. The league now plans to encourage current and former NFL players to agree to donate their...
  • 1/12/10: Saints QB Drew Brees

    1/12/10: Saints QB Drew Brees
    Do you feel confident after watching how Green Bay attacked the Cardinals defense? "With our offense and what we've been able to accomplish this year, the confidence we have the attitude we play with, we go out with that mentality. Every time we touch...
  • 1/12/10: Cardinals QB Kurt Warner

    1/12/10: Cardinals QB Kurt Warner
    Talk about the play of Early Doucet? "We're just excited about his progress and what he continues to do for us. I think the one thing is, it's so hard with young guys to know what you're going to get and what they're going to be like on the big stage...