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ARIZONA CARDINALS - 2018 SCHEDULEDate Opponent Loca� on AZ Time/ResultSep. 9 WASHINGTON State Farm Stadium L, 6-24 Sep. 16 @ L.A. Rams LA Memorial Coliseum L, 0-34Sep. 23 CHICAGO State Farm Stadium L, 14-16Sep. 30 SEATTLE State Farm Stadium L, 17-20Oct. 7 @ San Francisco Levi's Stadium W, 28-18Oct. 14 @ Minnesota U.S. Bank Stadium L, 17-27Oct. 18 DENVER# State Farm Stadium L, 10-45Oct. 28 SAN FRANCISCO State Farm Stadium W, 18-15 - BYE -Nov. 11 @ Kansas City Arrowhead Stadium L, 14-26Nov. 18 OAKLAND State Farm Stadium L, 21-23Nov. 25 @ L.A. Chargers StubHub Center L, 10-45Dec. 2 @ Green Bay Lambeau Field 11:00 AMDec. 9 DETROIT State Farm Stadium 2:25 PMDec. 16 @ Atlanta* Mercedes-Benz Stadium 11:00 AMDec. 23 L.A. RAMS* State Farm Stadium 2:05 PMDec. 30 @ Sea� le* CenturyLink Field 2:25 PM # FOX/NFL Network Thursday Night Football * Subject to fl exible scheduling decisions

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The Cardinals travel to Green Bay this week to take on the Packers in Ari-zona's seventh all-� me appearance at Lambeau Field - and its fi rst December game at the venue since 1969. This week's game marks a con� nua� on of the second-oldest rivalry in NFL his-tory. On Sunday, it will have been exactly 97 years and 13 days since the teams fi rst met. That ini� al mee� ng occurred in 1921, Green Bay’s fi rst season in the American Professional Football Associa� on. In that matchup, the Racine Cardi-nals and Green Bay Packers played to a 3-3 � e in front of an es� mated 2,000 fans at Normal Park in Chicago. The Cardinals travel to Green Bay looking to snap an eight-game winless streak on the road against the Packers. However, Arizona has won three of its last four games against Green Bay, including postseason. The Cardinals are playing their fi rst road game against the Packers since 2012 and just their fi � h regular season game in Green Bay in the last 45 years. It will be a matchup of two of the league's top pass-rushing teams, as the Ari-zona (37) and Green Bay (36) defenses enter the week ranked second and third in the NFL in total sacks. The Cardinals defense has recorded at least four sacks in four consecu� ve games. WR Larry Fitzgerald will be playing against the Packers for the sixth � me, includ-ing postseason, and enters this week's contest having recorded a TD recep� on in all fi ve previous games vs. Green Bay. Fitzgerald also enters Sunday's game needing just four recep� ons to pass Hall of Fame WR Jerry Rice (1,281 with San Francisco) for the most recep� ons in NFL history with a single team. Last week the Cardinals made their fi rst-ever trip to StubHub Center to face the Chargers. Despite star� ng fast and jumping out to a 10-0 lead, Arizona could not maintain momentum and L.A. took control with 28 points in the second quarter. The Cardinals lone TD was scored by Fitzgerald, who hauled in his fi � h TD recep� on in fi ve games. Green Bay is coming off a 24-17 loss to the NFC North rival Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium on Sunday Night Football. Green Bay had early 7-0 and 14-7 leads be-fore the Vikings scored 17 straight to take a 24-14 lead into the fourth quarter. Green Bay cut the Vikings lead to seven points with just over two minutes re-maining but Minnesota held on for the win. Next week the Cardinals return home to host the Lions in Arizona's penul� -mate home game of the 2018 season. The game marks the sixth matchup be-tween the Cardinals and Lions in the last seven seasons.

THE HIGHLIGHTS--The Cardinals and Packers will meet for the 72nd � me in a regular season series that dates back to 1921. --WR Larry Fitzgerald has at least one TD recep� on in all fi ve career games against the Packers, including postseason. He has three TD catches in three regular season matchups and three TD recep� ons in two postseason con-tests against Green Bay. --A� er recording four sacks against the Chargers last week, the Cardinals lead the NFC and rank second in the NFL with 37 sacks in 2018 (Pi� sburgh leads with 39). Arizona's 37 sacks are the second-most in franchise history through 11 games (46 in 1966). --DT Robert Nkemdiche fi nished last week's game with career highs in tack-les (8), sacks (2.5), tackles for loss (5) and QB hits (3). His 2.5 sacks were more than he had in his fi rst 24 career games combined (2.0). --A� er pos� ng three special teams tackles (2 solo) against the Chargers, free agent rookie LB Zeke Turner now leads the NFL in total special teams tackles (14) and solo special teams tackles (13) this season. --DE Chandler Jones has 11.0 sacks in 2018. He is the only player in the NFL with 11.0+ sacks each of the last three seasons (2016-18) and is the fi rst player in Cardinals history with 11.0+ sacks in three diff erent seasons. --The Cardinals ac� ve roster features 11 rookies, a total that includes nine rookies on the off ensive side of the ball. Arizona's star� ng lineup features two rookies on the off ensive line: C Mason Cole and T Korey Cunningham.

BROADCAST INFORMATIONTelevision: FOX / Play-By-Play: Chris Myers Analyst: Daryl Johnston Sideline: Laura Okmin

Cardinals Radio: Arizona Sports 98.7 FM / Play-By-Play: Dave Pasch Analyst: Ron Wolfl ey Sideline: Paul CalvisiCardinals Spanish Radio: Univision KHOV 105.1 FM / Play-By-Play: Gabriel Trujillo Analyst: Rolando Cantu

Page Contents2 Cardinals-Packers Series Info 3 Larry Fitzgerald Moving Up All-Time Lists / Approaching Milestones4 Season Highlights / 2nd in Sacks / Rookies Producing 5 Chandler Jones with the Cardinals6 By The Numbers / Poten� al Milestones / Schedules7 Cardinals in the Community8 Leadership / Michael Bidwill / Steve Keim9 Steve Wilks Highlights / Coordinators (Rodgers, Le� wich and Holcomb)10-14 Off ensive Highlights / Johnson / Fitzgerald 15-17 Defensive Highlights / Peterson / Bethea / Baker / Boston17 Special Teams Highlights / Andy Lee / Zane Gonzalez18-21 Individual Player Notes / Transac� ons20-40 Rosters / Depth Chart / How They Were Built / 2018 Stats / Standings 41 NFL Standings

G A M E R E L E A S E I N D E X

FITZGERALD JUST 4 RECEPTIONS SHY OF RICEWR Larry Fitzgerald (1,278) enters this week's game against the Packers needing four catches to pass Hall of Fame WR Jerry Rice (1,281 with 49ers) for the most recep� ons in NFL history with one team.-- See page 3 for more info on Fitzgerald's move up the

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C A R D S - P A C K E R S C O N N E C T I O N S

Packers Connec� onsCardinals CB Quinten Rollins was selected by the Packers in the second round (62nd overall) of the 2015 NFL Dra� and played three seasons (2015-17) with Green Bay. He appeared in 33 games (15 starts) and recorded 85 tackles, three INTs (one returned for a TD) and 16 passes defensed. Cardinals OL Jeremy Vujnovich signed with the Packers as an undra� ed rookie free agent in 2014. He spent the 2014 and 2015 seasons on Green Bay's prac� ce squad. Cardinals Pro Scout Glen Fox par� cipated in a rookie mini-camp with the Packers in 2010.

Cardinals Connec� onsPackers CB Tramon Williams played for the Cardinals in 2017, appearing in 13 games (9 starts) and recording two INTs, 13 passes defensed and one fumble recoveryfor the NFL’s sixth ranked defensePackers WR Randall Cobb’s cousin Billy Williams was selected by the Cardi-nals in the seventh round (212th overall) of the 1995 NFL Dra� .

Wisconsin Connec� onsCardinals Execu� ve Vice President/COO Ron Minegar graduated from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. He began his sports career as team Presi-dent of the La Crosse, WI franchise of the Con� nental Basketball Associa� on from 1985 to 1990.Cardinals Assistant Special Teams coach Randall McCray coached the D-line (2006-07), OLBs (2008) and safe� es (2009) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.Cardinals radio play-by-play announcer Dave Pasch is a na� ve of Madison. Cardinals Head Athle� c Trainer Tom Reed was born in Madison.

Arizona Connec� onsPackers Head Coach Mike McCarthy played football at Sco� sdale Commu-nity College in 1984.Packers Secondary coach Jason Simmons played CB at Arizona State from 1994-97 and started every game for the 1996 team that won the Pac-10 � tle and went to the Rose Bowl.Packers LB Reggie Gilbert was born and raised in Laveen and played at Ari-zona from 2012-15. He started 47 of 57 games played for the Wildcats.Packers LB Blake Mar� nez was born in Tucson and was a two-� me Southern Arizona Player of the Year in high school. Packers LB Kyler Fackrell was born in Mesa and earned 5A-I all-region honors on both off ense and defense as a senior in 2009 at Mesa High School.Packers Asst. Strength and Condi� on coach Grant Thorne was born in Tucson.Packers Director of Player Engagement Grey Ruegamer was a four-year (1995-98) and fi rst-team All-Pacifi c-10 selec� on starter at Arizona State.

College/Pro Connec� onsIn 2015, Cardinals QB Josh Rosen and Packers DL Kenny Clark played to-gether at UCLA. Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald played with Packers Defensive Assistant Sco� McCurley at the University of Pi� sburgh in 2002.Cardinals DT Corey Peters (2006-09) played at Kentucky with Packers WR Randall Cobb (2008-10).Cardinals OL D.J. Humphries (2012-14) played at Florida with Packers LB An-tonio Morrison (2012-15).Cardinals S Budda Baker (2014-16) and LB Zeke Turner (2015-17) played at Washington with Packers CB Kevin King (2013-16). Cardinals DE Benson Mayowa (2009-12) played at Idaho with Packers LB Ko-rey Toomer (2009-11). Cardinals CB David Amerson (2013-15) played for the Redskins with Packers CB Bashaud Breeland (2014-17).Cardinals S Rudy Ford (2013-16) played at Auburn with Packers DL Montra-vius Adams (2013-16). Cardinals WR Trent Sherfi eld played at Vanderbilt with Packers LB Oren Burks from 2014-17.Packers LB Korey Toomer played with Cardinals CB David Amerson with the Raiders in 2015, and later played with Cardinals S Tre Boston with the Char-gers in 2017.Cardinals OL Jeremy Vujnovich played for the Colts with Packers LB Antonio Morrison from 2016-17. Cardinals O-Line coach Ray Brown (2011-15) was the Panthers assistant O-line coach while Packers T/G Byron Bell (2011-14) played for the team. In 2014, Bell was teammates with Cardinals S Tre Boston in Carolina.In 2006, Cardinals Off ensive Coordinator Byron Le� wich played for the Jag-uars with Packers TE Marcedes Lewis. In 2005, Packers Head Coach Mike McCarthy served as off ensive coordina-tor for the 49ers while Cardinals Special Teams Coordinator Jeff Rodgers was the team’s assistant special teams coach.

The second-oldest rivalry in NFL history resumes this week when the the Car-dinals and Packers square off in Green Bay. On Sunday, it will have been exactly 97 years and 13 days since the teams fi rst met. The ini� al mee� ng between the teams occurred in 1921, Green Bay’s fi rst season in the American Professional Football Associa� on.The Cardinals and Chicago Bears, the league’s oldest rivalry, joined the APFA in the inaugural season of 1920. The Cardinals, Packers and Bears are the only current NFL teams with � es back to the APFA, which became the Na� onal Football League in 1922.The fi rst mee� ng between the Cardinals and Packers took place on 11/20/21 when the Racine Cardinals and Green Bay Packers played to a 3-3 � e in front of an es� mated 2,000 fans at Normal Park in Chicago. Between the regular season and postseason, the Cardinals and Packers have met 74 � mes, 71 � mes in the regular season and three � mes in the playoff s. Those totals do not include the 1944 campaign, when the Cardinals and Steel-ers combined teams as a war-� me measure. Card-Pi� (as they were known that season) faced Green Bay twice in 1944, both resul� ng in Packers wins. This week the Cardinals will be playing in just their seventh-ever game at Lam-beau Field. The Cards fi rst played at Lambeau Field in 1969 but have played there just fi ve � mes in the 48 years since.

CARDS-PACKERS ALL-TIME SERIES• Overall Regular Season Series: 23-44-4*• Overall Postseason Series: 2-1• Cardinals on the road in Regular Season: 9-27-0• First Regular Season Mee� ng: 11/20/21 vs. GB, T, 3-3• Last Regular Season Mee� ng: 12/27/15 vs. Green Bay, W, 38-8• Last Cardinals Road Win: 10/16/49 at Green Bay, W, 39-17*Does not include 1944 season

SERIES BREAKDOWN

Cards rookie QB Josh Rosen will face a mentor this week in Green Bay when he squares off against Packers QB Aaron Rodgers. The two fi rst met when they worked out together for the NFL.com se-ries "Des� na� on Dallas" in the lead-up to the 2018 NFL Dra� . “Aaron has been unbelievable,” Rosen said of Rodgers. “One of the reasons I actually picked the agency (Athletes First) is because I looked up to him as a quarterback. The rela� onship actually went a lot further than I thought it would ini� ally. I thought we were just kind of going to hang out for the cam-eras a li� le bit and talk and try to make it look more than it was, but he has reached out to me a lot. He’s been awesome. I look up to him as a player, and I think the way he conducts himself on and off the fi eld is very admirable.”“I think the best word that I use to describe him and what I try to emulate is, he’s a 'dude'. He’s just the dude. When he’s walking around the building or whatever he’s doing, you just know he’s that guy. When he steps into the huddle at a cri� cal moment in a late-game (situa� on) at the end of the year, you know that he’s stepping into that huddle and he’s telling his guys he’s go-ing to go down and score a touchdown and that they’re all going to believe him because he’s that dude.”

ROSEN FACES A MENTOR

1921 Racine Cardinals 1921 Green Bay Packers

WR Larry Fitzgerald has faced the Packers fi ve � mes in his career, including postseason. He has at least one TD in all fi ve contests. The last � me Fitzgerald faced the Packers was in the Divisional round of the 2015 postseason - he had 176 receiving yards and the game-winning TD in over� me. That yardage total remains a career high (regular or postseason). Fitzgerald Career Games vs. Green BayDate Rec Yds TD1/16/16 vs. GB (Div) 8 176 112/17/15 vs. GB (RS) 4 29 111/4/12 @ GB (RS) 6 74 11/10/10 vs. GB (WC) 6 82 21/3/10 vs. GB (RS) 3 17 1

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WR Larry Fitzgerald caught six passes for 50 yards against the Chiefs in Week 10 and in the process passed Hall of Fame WR Terrell Owens (15,934) for second place on the NFL's all-ti me receiving yardage list. Fitzgerald enters Sunday with 16,005 receiving yards in his career. NFL All-Time Receiving Yardage LeadersRnk Yards Player Years1 22,895 Jerry Rice+ 1985-20042 16,005 Larry Fitzgerald 2004-3 15,934 Terrell Owens+ 1996-20104 15,292 Randy Moss+ 1998-20125 15,208 Isaac Bruce 1994-2009+Hall of Fame InducteeFitzgerald has moved up seven spots (9th to 2nd) on the all-� me receiving yard-age list since the start of the 2017 season. Prior to the game in Kansas City in Week 10, his last move came in Week 14 of 2017 vs. Tennessee when he passed Randy Moss for third place.HOW THEY GOT WHERE THEY ARE Below is a breakdown on Fitzgerald's career receiving yards by quarterback, compared to the career totals of Rice and Owens.

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Jerry RiceReceiving Yds By QB (23)Yds Quarterback8,763 Steve Young6,121 Joe Montana2,721 Rich Gannon1,428 Jeff Garcia916 Elvis Grbac727 Jeff Kemp648 Steve Bono352 Rick Mirer276 Ma� Hasselbeck110 Steve Stenstrom106 Ma� Cavanaugh94 Marques Tuiasosopo93 Mike Moroski87 Ty Detmer86 Trent Dilfer62 Tee Mar� n52 Jeff Brohm50 Harry Sydney41 John Taylor36 Kerry Collins28 Cary Conklin26 Rob Johnson24 Terry Kirby

Terrell OwensReceiving Yds By QB (21)Yds Quarterback5,450 Jeff Garcia3,122 Tony Romo2,368 Steve Young1,959 Donovan McNabb983 Carson Palmer497 Ryan Fitzpatrick323 Drew Bledsoe293 Trent Edwards277 Tim Ra� ay161 Steve Stenstrom79 Brad Johnson76 Elvis Grbac75 Jim Druckenmiller72 Ty Detmer54 Jeff Brohm42 Jason Wi� en39 Brian Brohm28 Terry Kirby21 Brooks Bollinger11 Rick Mirer4 Koy Detmer

Larry FitzgeraldReceiving Yds By QB (19)Yds Quarterback4,583 Kurt Warner4,033 Carson Palmer1,255 John Skelton1,207 Josh McCown1,017 Kevin Kolb967 Ma� Leinart726 Drew Stanton629 Derek Anderson347 Josh Rosen305 Blaine Gabbert218 Ryan Lindley141 Max Hall129 Shaun King113 Sam Bradford97 John Navarre91 Rich Bartel81 Tim Ra� ay63 Brian Hoyer3 Brian St. Pierre

FITZ CATCHES TD #115

Last week against the Chargers, Fitzgerald recorded his 115th career TD recep-� on with a 25-yard pass from rookie QB Josh Rosen. Fitzgerald now needs just one TD catch to � e Chargers TE Antonio Gates for sixth place on the NFL's all-� me TD list. NFL Career Leaders—Touchdown Recep� onsRnk TDs Player (Years)1 197 WR Jerry Rice (1985-04)+2 156 WR Randy Moss (1998-12)+3 153 WR Terrell Owens (1996-10)+4 130 WR Cris Carter (1987-02)+5 128 WR Marvin Harrison (1996-08)6 116 TE Antonio Gates (2003-)#7 115 WR Larry Fitzgerald (2004-)#8 111 TE Tony Gonzalez (1997-14)9t 100 WR Steve Largent (1976-89)+9t 100 WR Tim Brown (1988-04)++Hall of Fame Inductee #Ac� ve PlayersFitzgerald is one of just six players in NFL history to score 100+ receiving TDs with a single team. He joins Chargers TE Antonio Gates (116) as the only acti ve play-ers to have done so. The other four are in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. NFL Players to Score 100+ Receiving TD with One Team Player Team TDsJerry Rice+ San Francisco 176Marvin Harrison+ Indianapolis 128Antonio Gates# L.A. Chargers 116Larry Fitzgerald# Arizona 115Cris Carter+ Minnesota 110Steve Largent+ Sea� le 100+Hall of Fame Inductee #Ac� ve PlayersIncluding postseason, Fitzgerald’s 125 career TD recep� ons represent the sixth-best total in NFL history behind Jerry Rice (219), Randy Moss (166), Terrell Ow-ens (158), Cris Carter (138) and Marvin Harrison (130).

A LOT OF CATCHES WITH THE CARDINALS

In NFL history only Hall of Fame WR Jerry Rice has more recep� ons with a single team than Lar-ry Fitzgerald has with the Cardinals. That could change this week when Arizona takes on the Packers in Green Bay.Fitzgerald (1,278) enters Sunday's game needing four recepti ons to pass Rice (1,281 with San Fran-cisco) for the most recepti ons in NFL history with a single team. NFL History – Recep� ons with One TeamRnk Player Rec Team1 Jerry Rice+ 1,281 San Francisco2 Larry Fitzgerald* 1,278 Arizona3 Jason Wi� en 1,150 Dallas 4 Marvin Harrison+ 1,102 Indianapolis5t Reggie Wayne 1,070 Indianapolis5t Tim Brown+ 1,070 L.A./Oakland+Hall of Fame Inductee *Acti ve PlayerRice spent 16 seasons (1985-2000) with the 49ers, appearing in 238 games during that span. Fitzgerald is in his 15th season in Arizona in 2018 and will be appearing in his 230th game on Sunday vs. the Packers. Below is a breakdown of Fitzgerald's recep� on totals during his NFL career.

A LOOK BACK AT LARRY'S FIRST RECEPTIONOn Sunday, it will have been 5,195 days (14 years, 2 months, 21 days) since Fitzgerald caught his fi rst ca-reer pass. On the fi rst play of the game in his NFL de-but at St. Louis on 9/12/04, Fitzgerald caught a 37-yard pass from QB Josh McCown. A pair of Hall of Famers were involved in the play: HOF RB Emmi� Smith received the handoff and fl ipped it back to McCown on a fl ea fl icker. Fitzgerald caught the pass over HOF DB Aeneas Williams.

Recep� ons By QBRec Quarterback363 Carson Palmer345 Kurt Warner84 Josh McCown82 John Skelton70 Ma� Leinart70 Kevin Kolb68 Drew Stanton49 Derek Anderson32 Blaine Gabbert32 Josh Rosen21 Ryan Lindley13 Max Hall12 Sam Bradford10 Shaun King8 John Navarre7 Rich Bartel6 Brian Hoyer5 Tim Ra� ay1 Brian St. PierreRec. By QuartersRec Quarter341 4th

339 2nd

306 1st

221 3rd 8 OTRec. By DaysRec Day1,170 Sunday47 Thursday45 Monday16 Saturday

Recep� ons By OpponentRec Opponent179 L.A. Rams173 San Francisco166 Sea� le60 Carolina55 Minnesota52 Washington48 NY Giants47 Philadelphia44 Detroit38 Dallas34 Tampa Bay31 Atlanta30 New Orleans27 Chicago23 Houston22 Cincinna� 22 Miami22 Pi� sburgh21 Indianapolis20 Buff alo19 Tennessee18 Denver18 Kansas City17 Jacksonville17 NY Jets17 New England14 L.A. Chargers13 Green Bay12 Cleveland11 Bal� more8 Oakland

Recep� ons By MonthRec Month338 November311 December307 October279 September43 January

Rec By ConferenceRec Conference997 NFC281 AFC

Rec By DivisionRec Division518 NFC West185 NFC East155 NFC South139 NFC North80 AFC South76 AFC East67 AFC North58 AFC West

Rec By Loca� onRec Loca� on658 Home620 Road

Rec By DownRec Down521 1st

438 2nd

294 3rd

25 4th

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Fitzgerald enters this week's game against the Packers with 1,278 career recep� ons, which ranks third on the NFL's all-� me list. He needs 48 recep-� ons to pass Tony Gonzalez (1,325) for second place. Rice and Fitzgerald are the only players that rank in the top-5 in NFL history for both recep-� ons and receiving yards. NFL All-Time Recep� ons Leaders Rec Rnk Rec Player Years To Pass1 1,549 Jerry Rice+ 1985-2004 2722 1,325 Tony Gonzalez 1997-2013 483 1,278 Larry Fitzgerald* 2004- -4 1,152 Jason Wi� en 2003-17 -5 1,102 Marvin Harrison+ 1996-2008 -+Hall of Fame Inductee

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Rookie QB Josh Rosen - selected 10th overall by the Cardinals in the 2018 NFL Dra� - has started eight of nine games played so far this season. While gaining valuable experience in his rookie season, Rosen has provided his share of highlights.

A THRILLING COMEBACK IN WEEK 8In leading the Cardinals to an 18-15 victory over the 49ers at State Farm Stadium in Week 8, Rosen completed 23-of-40 pass a� empts for 252 yards, 2 TDs, an INT and a passer ra� ng of 82.5. Rosen’s 23 completi ons and 40 pass att empts both represent the highest single-game totals in franchise history by a rookie in a win.In rallying the Cardinals from a 12-point fourth quarter defi cit, Rosen connected on 12-of-18 pass att empts (66.7%) for 150 yards, 2 TDs, 0 INTs and a 129.4 passer rati ng in the fourth quarter. Rosen became the fi rst rookie QB to win a game in which his team trailed by at least 12 points in the fourth quarter since both Andrew Luck (12 points at Det on 12/2) and Russell Wilson (13 points vs. NE on 10/14) did so in 2012.

SUCCESS AT A YOUNG AGE21 Years, 260 Days Old - Rallied the Cardinals from 12 points down in the fourth quarter vs. San Francisco in Week 8, becoming the youngest QB in the Super Bowl era to win a game aft er leading his team back from a dou-ble-digit defi cit in the fourth quarter.21 Years, 239 Days Old - Led the Cardinals to a 28-18 victory over the 49ers in Week 5, becoming the youngest Cardinals QB in the modern stati sti cal era (since 1933) to earn a victory. 21 Years, 232 Days Old - Made his fi rst career start against the Seahawks in Week 4, becoming the youngest QB to start for the Cardinals in the modern stati sti cal era (since 1933).

AMONG FIVE 1ST ROUNDERS TO START IN 2018Rosen was one of fi ve QBs selected in the fi rst round of the 2018 NFL Dra� , joining Baker Mayfi eld (1st overall; Browns), Sam Darnold (3rd overall; Jets), Josh Allen (7th overall; Bills) and Lamar Jackson (32ⁿd overall; Ravens). All fi ve of the rookie fi rst-round QBs have started this season. The 2018 sea-son is the fi rst in NFL history in which fi ve rookie quarterbacks selected in the fi rst round of the same NFL Draft have started at least one game.

ROSE N UNDER CENTER AS A ROOKIE

WR Chris� an Kirk - Arizona's second round selec� on in the 2018 NFL Dra� - has put up impressive numbers in his rookie campaign. Through 11 games, Kirk has 40 recep� ons for 536 yards and three TDs. He has also re-turned 18 punts for 150 yards. Kirk ranks second among rookie WRs in re-cepti ons and third in receiving yards.NFL Leaders – Recep� ons and Receiving Yards by Rookie WRs (2018)Rnk Player (Team) Rec Rnk Player (Team) Yds1 Calvin Ridley (Atl) 47 1 Calvin Ridley (Atl) 6252 Chris� an Kirk (AZ) 40 2 D.J. Moore (Car) 5653 D.J. Moore (Car) 38 3 Chris� an Kirk (AZ) 5364 Antonio Calloway (Cle) 30 4 Courtland Su� on (Den) 4735 Anthony Miller (Chi) 29 5 Marquez Valdes-Scantling (GB) 413Kirk is on pace for 58 recep� ons and 780 yards in 2018. That would would put him among the most produc� ve rookie receivers in franchise history. Franchise Records - Recep� ons and Receiving Yards by RookieRnk Player (Year) Rec Rnk Player (Year) Yds1 Anquan Boldin (2003) 101 1 Anquan Boldin (2003) 1,3772 Larry Fitzgerald (2004) 58 2 Frank Sanders (1995) 8833 Ricky Proehl (1990) 56 3 Ricky Proehl (1990) 8024 Frank Sanders (1995) 52 4 Larry Fitzgerald (2004) 7805 John Brown (2014) 48 5 John Brown (2014) 696 Kirk Season Highlights GAME WINNER VS. SAN FRANCISCO: In Arizona's Week 8 victory over San Francisco, Kirk caught three passes for 42 yards - while also hauling in his second career TD recepti on when he caught a nine-yard game-winning TD with 34 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter.SCORING BIG ON HIS BIRTHDAY: In Week 11 vs. Oakland - playing on his 22nd birthday - Kirk caught three passes for 77 yards, including a 59-yard TD recep� on. He became the fi rst Cards player to score a TD on his birthday since WR Ernie Jones caught a 45-yard TD pass at Denver on 12/15/91 while playing on his 27th birthday.

K I R K ' S I M P R E S S I V E R O O K I E C A M P A I G N

The Cardinals ac� ve roster features 11 rookies, including nine on the off ensive side of the ball. Of those 11 rookies, fi ve were selected by the Cardinals in the 2018 Dra� : QB Josh Rosen (1st round), WR Chris� an Kirk (2nd round), C Ma-son Cole (3rd round), RB Chase Edmonds (4th round) and OL Korey Cunningham (7th round).Four of those fi ve dra� picks have started mul-� ple games for Arizona this season. Turner A Special RookieOne of the rookies having the biggest impact this season wasn't among the players dra� ed in 2018. LB Zeke Turner - signed by AZ as a rookie free agent - leads the NFL in both total special tackles (14) and solo special teams tackles (13) this season.NFL Leaders – Solo Special Teams Tackles (2018)Rnk Player (Team) STT Solo Asst1 LB Zeke Turner (AZ) 14 13 12t CB Jus� n Bethel (Atl) 11 9 22t DB Charvarius Ward (KC) 11 8 32t S Adrian Phillips (LAC) 11 7 42t DB Brandon King (NE) 11 7 4*Source: NFL GSIS Rookies Making an Impact in 2018• C Mason Cole (3rd Round, 97th overall) - Has started all 11 games and is the only lineman to play every snap on off ense this season. Cole has now made 115 consecu� ve starts da� ng back to his freshman year of high school. • QB Josh Rosen (1st Round, 10th overall) - Has started eight games this sea-son and threw a career-high three TD passes vs. Oakland in Week 11.• WR Chris� an Kirk (2nd Round, 47th overall) - Has appeared in all 11 games (6 starts) and totaled 40 recep� ons for 536 yards and three TDs. Has also added two runs for 12 yards and returned 18 punts for 150 yards. • LB Zeke Turner (Undra� ed) - Leads the NFL with 14 special teams tackles and 13 solo special teams tackles in 2018. • LB Dennis Gardeck (Undra� ed) - Has appeared in all 11 games with a team-high 255 snaps on special teams. Has six special teams tackles. • RB Chase Edmonds (4th Round, 134th overall) - Has appeared in all 11 games and ranks second on the team with 34 rush a� empts. • T Korey Cunningham (7th Round, 254th overall) - Made his NFL debut in Week 11 vs. Oakland and played every snap at le� tackle. Made his second straight start at le� tackle last week vs. the Chargers.

R O O K I E R E P O R T C A R D

The Cards defense recorded four sacks last week in Los Angeles, giving the team 37 sacks in 2018. That total leads the NFC and ranks second in the NFL this season. NFL Leaders - Sacks (2018)Rnk Team Sacks1 Pi� sburgh 392 Arizona 373t Kansas City 363t Green Bay 363t Minnesota 36Since team sacks became an offi cial stati sti c in 1963, there has only been one season in which the Cardinals posted more sacks through the fi rst 11 games of a season than they have in 2018 (37). That came in 1966 (46).Franchise Record - Team Sacks Thru 11 Games (1963-2018)Rnk Year Sacks1 1966 462 2018 373 1968 344t 1964 334t 1965 334t 1969 33Arizona has posted mul� ple sacks in all 11 games this season, marking the fi rst � me in franchise history the team has accomplished that feat. The Cardi-nals 11 games with multi ple sacks are the most in the NFL in 2018. NFL Leaders - Games with 2+ Sacks (2018)Rnk Team Gms1 Arizona 112t Pi� sburgh 102t Green Bay 104t 7 teams � ed 9Arizona has had an NFL-high 11 players record multi ple sacks this season:Chandler Jones (11.0) Josh Bynes (2.0)Robert Nkemdiche (4.5) Budda Baker (2.0)Benson Mayowa (3.0) Corey Peters (2.0)Zach Moore (3.0) Antoine Bethea (2.0)Rodney Gunter (2.5) Markus Golden (1.5)Haason Reddick (2.0)

CARDS AMONG LEAGUE LEADERS IN SACKS

GETTING AT LEAST FOURThe Cardinals defense has recorded at least 4 sacks in four straight games - and in six of the last seven. Arizona's current four game streak with 4+ sacks is the team's longest since 1969 (5 straight).

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Jones has 39.0 sacks in 43 career games with the Cardinals. He has at least one full sack in eight of 11 games this season and in 30 of 43 games played in three seasons (2016-18) for Arizona.Since coming to Arizona in 2016, Jones has gone back-to-back games without a sack just four ti mes. He has not done so since Games 13-14 of the '16 season. That span covers 30 total games. Da� ng back to 2016, no player in the NFL has a sack in more games than Jones. NFL Leaders – Games with 1.0+ Sack (2016-18)Rnk Player (Team) Games1 Chandler Jones (Arizona) 302t Danielle Hunter (Minnesota) 232t Khalil Mack (Chicago) 234t Von Miller (Denver) 224t Ryan Kerrigan (Washington) 22Jones had at least one sack in 13 of 16 games during his record-breaking cam-paign in 2017. He was the fi rst player in franchise history to have a sack in at least 13 games in a single season. No other player in team history had a sack in more than 11 games in a season.Since individual sacks became an offi cial sta� s� c in 1982, only Demarcus Ware (14 in 2008) had a sack in more games in a season than Jones had in 2017.

GAME AFTER GAME, JONES GETS A SACK

By any measure, Chandler Jones has been one of the elite defenders in the NFL since he came to Arizona in a trade prior to the 2016 season. Since joining the Cardinals, Jones leads the NFL in both sacks (39.0) and tackles for loss (53). NFL Leaders – Sacks (2016-18)Rnk Player (Team) Sacks1 Chandler Jones (AZ) 39.02 Von Miller (Den) 34.03 Aaron Donald (LAR) 33.54 Ryan Kerrigan (Was) 32.05 Danielle Hunter (Min) 31.0NFL Leaders – Tackles for Loss (2016-18)Rnk Player (Team) TFL1 Chandler Jones (AZ) 532 Jadeveon Clowney (Hou) 493 Aaron Donald (LAR) 484 Cameron Jordan (NO) 475 Von Miller (Den) 40ALREADY IN THE TOP-10 IN CARDINALS HISTORYDespite being in just his third season with the Cardinals, Jones sits alone in ninth place on the franchise all-� me sacks list with 39.0. Franchise Career Leaders – Sacks Rnk Player (Years) Sacks Games1 Freddie Joe Nunn (1985-93) 66.5 1312 Calais Campbell (2008-16) 56.5 1383 Simeon Rice (1996-2000) 53.5 794 Cur� s Greer (1980-88) 50.5 945 Ken Harvey (1988-93) 47.5 906 Eric Swann (1991-99) 45.5 1107 Darnell Docke� (2004-14) 40.5 1588 Bertrand Berry (2004-09) 40.0 729 Chandler Jones (206-18) 39.0 4310 Al Baker (1983-86) 37.5 63RECORD SACK TOTAL THROUGH 40 GAMESJones had 34.5 sacks in his fi rst 40 career games with Arizona. That is six more sacks than any other player in Cardinals history had in their fi rst 40 games with the team.Franchise Record – Sacks Through 1st 40 Games w/CardinalsRnk Player (Years) Sacks1 Chandler Jones (2016-18) 34.52 Bertrand Berry (2004-07) 28.53 Al Baker (1983-85) 26.04 Simeon Rice (1996-98) 22.55 David Galloway (1982-85) 19.5FASTEST IN CARDINALS HISTORY TO 30 SACKSJones reached 30.0 sacks as a member of the Cardinals in Week 3 vs. Chicago while playing in his 35th game with the team. In franchise history, no player reached 30.0 career sacks faster than Jones.Franchise History – Fewest Games to 30 SacksRnk Player (Years) Games1 Chandler Jones (2016-18) 352 Freddie Joe Nunn (1985-88) 413 Bertrand Berry (2004-08) 444t Simeon Rice (1996-99) 514t Al Baker (1983-86) 51

A MARVELOUS RUN IN ARIZONA

Cardinals All-Pro DE Chandler Jones has recorded 11.0 sacks so far in 2018. Combined with his 11.0 sacks in 2016 and 17.0 sacks in 2017, he is the fi rst player in franchise history with 10+ sacks in three consecuti ve seasons. Jones is the only player in franchise history with at least 11.0+ sacks in three diff erent seasons. Jones is also the only player in the NFL with 11.0+ sacks in each of the last three seasons (2016-18). Franchise Record – Seasons with 10+ SacksRnk Player Seasons1t Chandler Jones 3 – 2016 (11.0), 2017 (17.0), 2018 (11.0)1t Simeon Rice 3 – 1996 (12.5), 1998 (10.0), 1999 (16.5)1t Al Baker 3 – 1983 (13.0), 1984 (10.0), 1986 (10.5)4t Freddie Joe Nunn 2 – 1987 (11.0), 1988 (14.0)4t Cur� s Greer 2 – 1983 (16.0), 1984 (14.0)Jones enters Week 13 ranked fourth in the NFL with 11.0 sacks in 2018. NFL Leaders - Sacks (2018)Rnk Player (Team) Sacks1 Aaron Donald (LAR) 14.52t Danielle Hunter (Min) 11.52t J.J. Wa� (Hou) 11.54 Chandler Jones (AZ) 11.05t Von Miller (Den) 10.55t Jason Pierre-Paul (TB) 10.5Jones' 11.0 sacks in 2018 represent the third-highest total in franchise history through the fi rst 11 games of a season. He is now just one sack behind his pace from 2017, when he set a franchise single-season record with 17.0 sacks. Franchise Record – Sacks Thru 11 Games (1982-2018)Rnk Player (Year) Sacks1t Chandler Jones (2017) 12.01t Simeon Rice (1999) 12.03t Chandler Jones (2018) 11.03t Freddie Joe Nunn (1988) 11.05 Bertrand Berry (2004) 10.0

JONES MAKES HISTORY IN 2018

Jones' Week 11 performance vs. Oakland (2.0 sacks) marked the third � me this season - and the 10th � me during his tenure with the Cardinals - that Jones has had mul� ple sacks (1.5 or more) in a game.Dati ng back to 2013 - his second season in the NFL - no player in the NFL has more games with multi ple sacks than Jones. NFL Leaders – Mul� -Sack Games (2013-18)Rnk Player (Team) Gms1t Chandler Jones (AZ/NE) 191t J.J. Wa� (Hou) 193 Jus� n Houston (KC) 164t Cameron Wake (Mia) 144t Von Miller (Den) 144t Cameron Jordan (NO) 14

MORE THAN JUST THE ONE

Jones recorded an NFL-high and franchise record 17.0 sacks in 2017, be-coming the fi rst player in franchise history to lead the NFL in sacks in a sea-son. Jones also led the NFL in tackles for loss (28) and QB hits (38) in 2017. NFL Leaders – Sacks (2017)Rnk Player (Team) Sacks1 Chandler Jones (AZ) 17.02t Calais Campbell (Jax) 14.52t Demarcus Lawrence (Dal) 14.54t Everson Griff en (Min) 13.04t Cameron Jordan (NO) 13.04t Ryan Kerrigan (Was) 13.0NFL Leaders – Tackles for Loss (2017)Rnk Player (Team) TFL1 Chandler Jones (AZ) 282 Jadeveon Clowney (Hou) 213t Melvin Ingram (LAC) 173t Cameron Jordan (NO) 173t Ma� Judon (Bal) 173t Von Miller (Den) 17Since STATS, Inc. began tracking tackles for loss in 2008, Jones became just the third player to lead the NFL in both sacks and tackles for loss in a season. Demarcus Ware did so in both 2008 and 2010 while J.J. Watt ac-complished the feat in both 2012 and 2015.

A SEASON TO REMEMBER IN 2017

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B Y T H E N U M B E R S

1921Year of the fi rst mee� ng between the Cardinals Packers in what is the second-

oldest rivalry in NFL history. On Sunday, it will have been 97 years, 13 days since the teams fi rst met at Normal Park in Chicago.

71Regular season matchups between the Cardinals and Packers with this week

being #72. The teams have also met three � mes in the postseason, most recently in the Divisional round of the 2015 playoff s.

6Touchdowns for WR Larry Fitzgerald in his fi ve career games against the Pack-ers, including postseason. Fitzgerald has at least one TD catch in all fi ve games

he has played against Green Bay in his career.

176Receiving yards for Fitzgerald the last � me he faced Green Bay (2015 postsea-son). That remains his career high for a single game in the regular season or postseason. Fitzgerald accounted for all 80 yards on the Cardinals game-win-

ning TD drive in over� me.

1,278Career recep� ons for Fitzgerald, who needs four catches to pass Jerry Rice (1,281 with SF) for the most recep� ons in NFL history with a single team.

37Sacks for the Cardinals defense through 11 games. Arizona's 37 sacks rank

second in the NFL in 2018 behind only Pi� sburgh (39). The only other season in franchise history that the Cardinals had more sacks through 11 games was

in 1966 (46).

4Consecu� ve games in which the Cardinals defense has recorded at least four

sacks. Prior to their current streak, the last � me the Cardinals had at least four sacks in four straight games was in 1969 (5 straight).

11Cardinals players who have mul� ple sacks (1.5 or more) so far this season.

That is the most in the NFL.

2.5Sacks for DT Robert Nkemdiche last week against the Chargers. Nkemdiche's

2.5 sacks in Los Angeles surpassed his sack total from his fi rst 24 career games combined (2.0).

1NFL players who have recorded at least 11.0 sacks in each of the last three seasons: DE Chandler Jones. Combined with his 11.0 sacks in 2016 and his

17.0 sacks in 2017, Jones' 11.0 sacks in 2018 make him the fi rst player in Cardi-nals history with 11.0 sacks in three diff erent seasons.

39.0Sacks for DE Chandler Jones in 43 career games with the Cardinals. Since being acquired by Arizona in a trade with New England in 2016, Jones leads the NFL

in both sacks (39.0) and tackles for loss (53).

11Rookies on the Cardinals current roster, which includes nine players on the off ensive side of the ball. Four of the Cardinals fi ve 2018 Dra� picks on the

roster have become regular starters.

40Recep� ons for WR Chris� an Kirk so far in 2018. Only Atlanta's Calvin Ridley

(47) has more among rookie WRs in the NFL this season. Kirk's 536 receiving yards rank third among rookie WRs behind only Ridley (625) and Carolina's

D.J. Moore (565).

13Games in which RB David Johnson has posted mul� ple TDs in his career. That is � ed with Rams RB Todd Gurley for the most in the NFL da� ng back to their

rookie season in 2015.

48.8Pun� ng average for Andy Lee this season, which is � ed with Philadelphia's

Cameron Johnston for the NFL lead. Should that number hold, he will break the franchise single season pu� ng average - which he himself established in

2017 (47.3). Lee has averaged 49.4, 52.3 and 49.2 yards per punt over the last three games.

14Special teams tackles (13 solo) for free agent rookie LB Zeke Turner this sea-son. Turner leads the NFL in both total special teams tackles (14) and solo

special teams tackles (13) in 2018.

115Consecu� ve starts for rookie C Mason Cole da� ng back to his freshman year of high school (53 straight at prep level; 51 straight at Michigan; 11 straight with Arizona). Cole is the only member of the Cardinals off ensive line that

has played every snap this season.

M I L E S T O N E S W I T H I N R E A C H

• With a win, the Cardinals would snap an eight-game winless streak in Green Bay and have their fi rst road win against the Packers since 1949. • Arizona would have four wins in its last fi ve games against Green Bay, including postseason. WR Larry Fitzgerald• With four recep� ons, Fitzgerald would pass Jerry Rice (1,281) for the most recep� ons in NFL history with a single team.• With a recep� on, Fitzgerald would have at least one catch in 223 consecu� ve games, the second-longest recep� on streak in NFL history (Jerry Rice - 274).• With a TD catch, Fitzgerald would have 116 TD recep� ons for his career, tying Antonio Gates for sixth place on the NFL's all-� me list for career TD catches. • With a TD recep� on, Fitzgerald would have six TD catches in his last six games.• With a TD, Fitzgerald would have a TD catch in both career games played at Lambeau Field. RB David Johnson• With a TD (of any kind), Johnson would have 42 TDs in 45 career games. With 42 TDs, Johnson would � e for 10th in team history in career TDs. • With two TDs (of any kind), Johnson would have 10+ TDs in a season for the third � me in his career. He would join WR Larry Fitzgerald (5) as the only play-ers in franchise history with 10+ TDs in at least three diff erent seasons. • With two rushing TDs, Johnson would � e Stump Mitchell (32) for fourth on the franchise all-� me list for career rushing TDs.DE Chandler Jones• With a sack, Jones would have at least one sack in 31 of 44 games played with the Cardinals. He would also have 40 sacks in 44 career games with Arizona, reaching 40+ sacks in fewer games than any other player in franchise history.• With 2.0 sacks, Jones would have 41.0 sacks with the Cardinals, passing Dar-nell Docke� (40.5) for seventh place on the franchise all-� me sacks list.CB Patrick Peterson• With an INT, Peterson would � e Kwamie Lassiter for seventh on the franchise all-� me list with 24 career INTs. Cardinals Defense• With two sacks, Arizona would join the 2017 Steelers and the 2014 Bills as the only teams in the last 13 seasons with mul� ple sacks in each of the fi rst 12 games of a season. • With three sacks, the Cardinals would have 40+ sacks through the fi rst 12 games of a season for just the second � me in franchise history (50 in 1966).

Thursday, November 29New Orleans Saints at Dallas Cowboys - 6:20 PM (FOX/NFLN/Amazon)

Sunday, December 2Arizona Cardinals at Green Bay Packers - 11:00 AM (FOX)

Bal� more Ravens at Atlanta Falcons - 11:00 AM (CBS)Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 11:00 AM (FOX)

Chicago Bears at New York Giants - 11:00 AM (FOX)Buff alo Bills at Miami Dolphins - 11:00 AM (CBS)

Indianapolis Colts at Jacksonville Jaguars - 11:00 AM (CBS)Cleveland Browns at Houston Texans - 11:00 AM (CBS)Denver Broncos at Cincinna� Bengals - 11:00 AM (CBS)

Los Angeles Rams at Detroit Lions - 11:00 AM (FOX)Kansas City Chiefs at Oakland Raiders - 2:05 PM (CBS)

New York Jets at Tennessee Titans - 2:05 PM (CBS) San Francisco 49ers at Sea� le Seahawks - 2:25 PM (FOX)

Minnesota Vikings at New England Patriots - 2:25 PM (FOX)Los Angeles Chargers at Pi� sburgh Steelers - 6:20 PM (NBC)

Monday, December 3Washington Redskins at Philadelphia Eagles - 6:15 PM (ESPN)

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The Cardinals prac� ce and media schedule for this week is listed below. Prac-� ce is open each day for approximately the fi rst 20 minutes and the locker room will be open for 45 minutes.

All requests for assistant coach availability need to be made in advance through the Cardinals Media Rela� ons staff .

Wed, 11/28 11:10 AM - Prac� ce HC Steve Wilks and QB Josh Rosen available at approximately 1:00 PM and players available in locker room

Thurs, 11/29 11:10 AM - Prac� ce Coordinators Byron Le� wich (Off ense) and Al Holcomb (Defense) following prac� ce at approximatley 1:00 PM and players available in locker room

Fri, 11/30 10:25 AM - Prac� ce Head coach Steve Wilks available at approximately 11:50 AM and players available in locker roomSun, 12/2 Cardinals at Packers, 11:00 AM - Lambeau Field

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CARDINALS VISIT LUKE AIR FORCE BASE

On Tuesday (11/6), OL Mason Cole, OL Korey Cunningham, WR Chris-� an Kirk, OL Jus� n Pugh, CB Bran-don Williams and WR Chad Wil-liams joined team mascot Big Red, Cardinals Cheerleaders and USAA representa� ves to visit Luke Air Force Base and show their gra� tude and apprecia� on to those serving in the armed forces, while learning about their roles and responsibili� es at the base.The group received an up-close look at F-35s and F-16s from the 61st Fight Squadron inside a hanger and had the opportunity to experience a F-35 simulator while visi� ng various personnel sta� oned on the base.Following the tour, the players and cheerleaders signed autographs and posed for photos during a meet-and-greet session.

PETERSON UNVEILS "PATRICK'S CORNER"

On October 2, CB Patrick Petersonunveiled his 13th "Patrick's Corner" at Crocke� Elementary in Phoenix.Through a partnership with Scho-las� c Books, the new Corner is fur-nished with bookshelves, beanbag chairs, a reading module, a stereo listening center, an audio library and 1,200 age-appropriate books.In addi� on, all 491 students were

provided with a reading cer� fi cate with which they can purchase a book during the Pick-Out-A-Book book fair. The new reading room serves as a fun, comfortable space where students and their families can read, learn and explore together.

L A R R Y L E N D S A H A N D

Joe Casella and his wife, Tina, opened Casella's Italian Delicatessen in Sco� sdale in 1977 and in the 40-plus years since they have fed and made friends with many in the com-munity.One of those friends is WR Larry Fitzgerald, who reached out last month to help the family in a � me of need.

Joe Casella was diagnosed with a terminal form of cancer and on Sep-tember 18, Fitzgerald paid for all orders at the Casella's restaurant from noon to 5:00 PM, while asking that patrons make any dona� ons they could to help support Joe and his family. Fitzgerald and teammates D.J. Foster and Chris� an Kirk stopped by during the day to thank patrons for their dona� ons.Foster and Kirk both played football at Saguaro High School, which is less than a mile from the deli. Casella has been a long� me supporter of the school’s teams. Donati ons to help the Casella family can also be mailed to the restaurant at 5905 N Granite Reef Rd., Scott sdale, Arizona, 85250.

CARDS AND COX LAUNCH STEM PROGRAM

The Cardinals and Cox Communica-� ons partnered with the educa� on technology company, EVERFI, to in-troduce the Connect2STEM program to classrooms in Arizona to inspire the next genera� on of engineers. The program, called Endeavor, will intro-duce students to careers in technical fi elds and uses gamifi ed lessons to encourage and prepare students for a career in STEM.Cardinals QB Josh Rosen joined team mascot Big Red and Cardinals Cheerleaders to celebrate the launch of Connect2STEM at South Moun-tain High School on October 23.

PETERSON HOSTS THANKSGIVING GIVEAWAY

For the second year in a row, CB Pat-rick Peterson partnered with Unit-ed Food Bank of Arizona to host a "Thanksgiving Giveaway."Peterson and his teammates, includ-ing LB Dennis Gardeck and OL Zack Golditch, delivered 221 Thanksgiving meals to local families in need at the Eisenhower Center for Innova� on in Mesa, AZ on Friday (11/16).In addi� on to providing Thanksgiving meals, Peterson met, mingled and posed for photos with fans.Peterson's fi rst “Thanksgiving Giveaway” in partnership with the United Food Bank of Arizona also provided Thanksgiving meals to 221 Arizona families at Fees Prep Elementary School in Tempe.

CARDINALS SERVE THANKSGIVING DINNER

On Monday (11/19), the Cardinals hosted its 17th annual “Feed the Hungry” event at the Phoenix Rescue Mission.Team president Michael Bidwill, his sister Nicole, running back David Johnson, tackle Andre Smith and line-backer Dennis Gardeck were joined by Big Red, Cardinals cheerleaders and staff to serve a Thanksgiving meal to the less fortunate.

“I’m worried about playing football and they’re worrying about ea� ng daily,” Johnson said. “It really puts it into perspec� ve. Coming out here and helping out, serving, it really warms my heart.”

CARDS HOST PRO VS. G.I. JOE PROGRAM

For the eighth consecu� ve year, sev-eral Cardinals players joined Cardinals Cheerleaders and team mascot Big Red in the Pro vs. GI Joe program at the Dignity Health Arizona Cardinals Training Center on Tuesday (11/13).In conjunc� on with the Joint Forces Ini� a� ve, the Pro vs. G.I Joe program had players and military personnel, home and abroad, playing video games and communica� ng through a webcam on Xbox Live.The Joint Forces Ini� a� ve is a private, non-profi t organiza� on that pro-vides America's heroes the opportunity to play real-� me video games, online and in-person, with professional athletes and celebri� es.

CARDINALS IN THE COMMUNITY

C A R D I N A L S V I S I T P C H

Cardinals OL Oday Aboushi, OL Dan-iel Munyer, OL Mike Iupa� , OL D.J. Humphries, DE Zach Moore, LB Den-nis Gardeck and LS Aaron Brewer joined members of the Cardinals Women’s Club, team mascot Big Red and Cardinals Cheerleaders at Phoe-nix Children’s Hospital on Tuesday (11/27) for a birthday party in the Kids Zone.Each month, the Kids Zone at PCH holds a party for all pa� ents who

have a birthday that month.The Arizona Cardinals Women's Club sponsored the November birthday party which featured a luau theme and included games with the pa� ents as well as pizza and cake.

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The 2018 season is the 12th since Michael Bid-will took over as team President in 2007. His leadership during that � me has gone a long way in transforming the franchise – both on and off the fi eld.Highlights of Bidwill’s tenure as team President• Since taking over as team president in 2007, the Cardinals have gone .500 or be� er in eight of 11 seasons (just twice in previous 20 years) and posted four double-digit win seasons (none in previous 20).• Arizona's 50 wins between 2013-17 were the most in any fi ve-year span in franchise history.• The last two head coaches he hired for the Cards went on to fi nish #1 and #2 in franchise history in wins: Bruce Arians (50) and Ken Whisenhunt (49).• Of the Cardinals seven all-� me postseason wins, fi ve have come during Bidwill’s 11 years as team president. Arizona has played in nine postseason contests since Bidwill took over in 2007. The Cardinals played just seven total playoff games in their en� re history prior to his tenure.• Arizona has appeared in the NFC Championship Game twice during Bidwill’s � me as president (2008, '15), including a victory in 2008 that led to the fran-chise’s fi rst-ever Super Bowl appearance (Super Bowl XLIII).• Leading the list of his Cardinals accomplishments is the crea� on of State Farm Stadium. Since its opening in 2006, the team has sold out all 132 games (preseason and postseason included) played at the venue.• In addi� on to his role in helping Arizona land Super Bowls XLII and XLIX, he led the eff ort to land Super Bowl LVII (2023) this past spring. Michael was also instrumental in ge� ng the 2015 Pro Bowl for Arizona; played a week before Super Bowl XLIX those two events combined to deliver a record economic im-pact of $720 million to the region.• By the � me it hosts Super Bowl LVII, State Farm Stadium will have undergone $100 million in improvements including parking infrastructure, state-of-the-art wifi , video boards, sound system upgrades and club-area enhancements since it staged Super Bowl XLIX.• Bidwill also oversaw the team’s appearance in the groundbreaking Amazon Original series All or Nothing: A Season with the Arizona Cardinals. Produced by NFL Films, the eight-episode series was awarded the Sports Emmy for Out-standing Serialized Sports Documentary in May of 2017.• In January of 2016, the Na� onal Football Founda� on (NFF) and College Hall of Fame inducted Bidwill and Arizona Governor Doug Ducey into the NFF Lead-ership Hall of Fame.• This past January (2018), was one of fi ve owners named to the NFL’s Player-Owner Commi� ee focused on social and racial jus� ce ini� a� ves. In December of 2014, Commissioner Roger Goodell tapped Bidwill to chair the league’s Con-duct Commi� ee which reviews the league’s Personal Conduct Policy.Cardinals Under Michael Bidwill (2007-Present) Sta� s� c Totals Regular Season Record 96-90-1Postseason Record 5-4Overall Record 101-94-1Regular Season Win Pct. .517Avg. Wins Per Season (2007-17) 8.5Regular Season Home Record 59-34-1Postseason Home Record 4-0Overall Home Record (RS+post) 63-34-1Regular Season Home Win Pct. .633Seasons with .500 Record or Be� er 8Seasons with 9+ Wins 5Seasons with 10+ Wins 4Best Regular Season Record 13-3Postseason Berths 4Division Titles 3Conference Championship Games 2Super Bowl Appearances 1Prime� me Games 26

E L E V A T I N G A F R A N C H I S E

Steve Keim was promoted to GM on January 8, 2013 a� er 14 seasons in the Cardinals organiza� on. In guid-ing the team to an unprecedented run of success in his fi rst fi ve years as GM, Keim earned contract extensions in February of 2015 and February of 2018 that will keep him with the franchise through 2022Since his promo� on in 2013, the Cardinals have posted a 51-39-1 regular season record, and Keim has devel-oped into one of the league’s most highly respected GMs. Named the 2014 Spor� ng News NFL Execu� ve of the Year in a vote of NFL coaches and team execu� ves, Keim also earned back-to-back NFL Execu� ve of the Year honors from Pro Football Talk (2013-14).The teams put together by Keim during his � me as GM have been some of the most successful in franchise history. In 2014 the team � ed the franchise record for wins in a season (11) before se� ng a new mark in 2015 when the Cardinals won 13 games and earned its fi rst-ever postseason bye.KEIM’S WINNING CULTURESince being named Arizona’s GM on January 8, 2013, only six of his NFL counter-parts have won more regular season games than Keim (51).Regular Season Wins by NFL GMs – Since 2013Rnk General Manager Team Record (Win Pct)1 Bill Belichick* New England Patriots 70-20-0 (.778)2 Kevin Colbert Pi� sburgh Steelers 60-30-1 (.665)3 John Schneider Sea� le Seahawks 60-30-1 (.665)4 John Elway Denver Broncos 56-35-0 (.616)5 Mickey Loomis New Orleans Saints 52-38-0 (.578)6 Howie Roseman Philadelphia Eagles 52-39-0 (.571)7t Steve Keim Arizona Cardinals 51-39-1 (.566)7t Mike Brown Cincinna� Bengals 51-38-2 (.571)*Includes the tenures of Scott Pioli (2000-08) and Nick Caserio (2009-present) in the Patriots player personnel department.

PUTTING TOGETHER AN ACCOMPLISHED ROSTER•The rosters Keim put together produced one of the NFL’s top-10 defenses four � mes and one of the top-10 off enses twice. Arizona had a top-10 defense in three-consecuti ve seasons (2015-17) for the fi rst ti me since the 1970 merger.•During Keim’s tenure, Arizona has established franchise records for wins in a season (13 in 2015), points in a season (489 in 2015), led the NFL in total off ense for the fi rst � me in team history (#1 in 2015) and led the NFL in sacks for the second � me ever (48.0 in 2016).

A S U C C E S S F U L R U N A S G M

G R A N D M A R S H A L L M I C H A E L B I D W I L L

In September it was announced that Cardinals president Michael Bidwill was chosen as the grand marshal of this year’s Desert Financial Fiesta Bowl parade.The parade will be held on Saturday, Decem-ber 29 at 10 a.m. in Central Phoenix. The Playsta� on Fiesta Bowl, one of college foot-ball’s best bowl games, will take place on New Year’s Day.Bidwill will join a notable list of grand marshals, which includes Diamondbacks Hall of Fame pitcher Randy Johnson, former Cardinals QB and Hall of Famer Kurt Warner and Suns/Diamondbacks owner Jerry Colangelo. Last year, Coyotes for-ward Shane Doan served in the pres� gious role.

In February, the Arizona Cardinals launched "Car-dinals Flight Plan", a fi rst-of-its-kind documentary series available on Facebook Watch that takes fans behind the scenes for an inside look at the team’s off season.The 10-episode series, which began February 14 and produced a new episode every other week un� l the fi nale on June 20, has reached nearly 14 millions viewers to date. ABOUT FLIGHT PLAN: From the fi nal moments of the 2017 season and leading up to training camp in 2018, Flight Plan allows fans to follow the team’s search for a new head coach and QB, free agency evalua� ons, success in the 2018 NFL Dra� and on-fi eld prepara� ons during OTAs and minicamp.HOW TO WATCH: Regardless of whether they have a Facebook account, viewers within the U.S. can watch every episode of the series by going to facebook.com/cardinalsfl ightplan. Viewers outside the U.S. are able to access the show via the Cardinals’ main Facebook page.Episode 10: Ready for Takeoff - New coach. New QBs. No shortage of headlines. Episode 9: Full Deck - Josh Rosen and the rookies the veterans during organized team ac� ves. While off season workouts con� nue, Arizona is awarded Super Bowl LVII during the NFL owners mee� ngs.Episode 8: Cardinal DNA - As the team takes shape, it's built with the "Cardinal DNA" at its core.Episode 7: Own the Room - The drama of the 2018 NFL Dra� unfolds from Dallas and inside the war room at team’s headquarters in Tempe.Episode 6: D-Day - Steve Wilks is wired for sound during his fi rst minicamp as Head Coach, and the team prepares for the Dra� . Episode 5: Groundwork - The fi rst off season program under head coach Steve Wilks is underway. David Johnson and Markus Golden are hard at work to come back from season-ending injuries.Episode 4: Veteran Moves - NFL free agency is underway, and the Arizona Cardi-nals make the off ensive line a top priority.Episode 3: Combining Together - Steve Wilks, his staff and the front offi ce use the week at the NFL Combine to get on the same page about the Dra� class.Episode 2: Mobilizing - Scouts evaluate talent at the Senior Bowl and Head Coach Steve Wilks se� les into a rou� ne at Cardinals headquarters. Episode 1: Reshuffl ing the Deck - The search for Arizona’s new head coach in underway, and the Cardinals provide fans an in-depth look into the process.

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In January, the Cardinals hired 23-year coach-ing veteran Steve Wilks as the team's new head coach. Wilks came to Arizona having spent the past six seasons (2012-17) with the Carolina Panthers, including last year as the team's defensive coordinator. Wilks is one of seven new NFL head coaches in 2018, and one of six who spent last season as a coordinator. Wilks is also one of fi ve fi rst-� me NFL head coaches in 2018. New NFL Head Coaches in 2018Coach Team Age Previous TeamSteve Wilks* Arizona 49 Carolina (Def. Coordinator)Jon Gruden Oakland 54 Tampa Bay (HC from 2002-08)Ma� Nagy* Chicago 40 Kansas City (Off . Coordinator)Ma� Patricia* Detroit 43 New England (Def. Coordinator)Frank Reich* Indianapolis 56 Philadelphia (Off . Coordinator)Pat Shurmur NY Giants 53 Minnesota (Off . Coordinator)Mike Vrabel* Tennessee 42 Houston (Def. Coordinator)*First-ti me NFL head coach Steve Wilks Quick Facts• Nine stops and 19 years a� er ge� ng his fi rst head coaching job at Savan-nah State in 1999, Wilks became a head coach again when he was hired by the Cardinals in 2018.• In a span of eight years between 1999 and 2006, Wilks had eight jobs with eight diff erent teams. • Wilks began his coaching career in 1995 as a defensive coordinator (John-son C. Smith, 1995) and his last job before being hired in Arizona was as a defensive coordinator (Carolina Panthers, 2017).• The Charlo� e, NC na� ve spent the last 12 years as an assistant in the NFL. Wilks also coached in the NFL with the Chicago Bears (2006-08) and San Diego Chargers (2009-11) prior to working in Carolina (2012-17).• Coached for 11 years at the collegiate level, including one season (1999) as the head coach at Savannah State. He also worked as an assistant at Johnson C. Smith (1995-96), Savannah State (1997-98), Illinois State (2000), Appalachian State (2001), East Tennessee State (2002), Bowling Green (2003), Notre Dame (2004), and Washington (2005). • A� ended West Charlo� e (NC) High School and went on to play defensive back at Appalachian State (1987-91), fi nishing his career with 103 tackles, four INTs and four blocked kicks. He a� ended training camp with the Se-a� le Seahawks in 1992 and played DB and WR for the Charlo� e Rage of the Arena Football League in 1993.• Wilks and his wife, Marcia, have two daughters, Marissa and Melanni, and a son, Steven James.

WILKS IN YEAR 1 WITH ARIZONA

During his six seasons with the Carolina Pan-thers, Steve Wilks helped shape one of the NFL's top defenses. Below is a look at a few highlights from his tenure with the Panthers.Wilks in Carolina (2012-17)• Promoted to defensive coordinator with Carolina in 2017 a� er Sean McDermo� was named the head coach in Buff alo. Wilks had previously served as the Panthers secondary coach for fi ve seasons (2012-16) and added the � tle of assistant head coach in 2015.• The Panthers fi nished in the top-10 in total defense in fi ve of Wilks’ six sea-sons with the team. With Wilks as defensive coordinator, the Panthers went from 21st overall in 2016 to 7th in 2017. • In his fi rst year as defensive coordinator in 2017, the Panthers fi nished 7th in the NFL in total defense (317.1 ypg), 3rd in sacks (50), and 3rd in run defense (88.1 ypg).• The Panthers were the only team in the NFL to not allow an individual 100-yard rusher in any game in 2017.• In 2016, Wilks’ secondary helped the Panthers � e for the NFC lead with 17 INTs.• While serving as DBs coach in 2015, Wilks was given the addi� onal � tle of assistant head coach. That same season the Panthers won the NFC Champi-onship, played in Super Bowl 50 and led the NFL in INTs (24), total takeaways (39) and turnover diff eren� al (+20).

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A� er spending the last three seasons in Chicago, Jeff Rodgers was named the Cardinals special teams coach in January. Last season Rodgers mentored a Bears spe-cial teams unit that � ed the Rams for the NFL lead with three special teams touchdowns (2 punt return, 1 fake fi eld goal).• Has 17 years of coaching experience, including 14 sea-sons coaching special teams in the NFL with Chicago (2015-17), Denver (2011-14), Carolina (2009-10), and San Francisco (2003-07).• The Broncos returned six kicks for touchdowns during Rodgers tenure in Den-ver (2011-14), � ed for the second most in the NFL in that span. In 2012, Trin-don Holliday became the fi rst player in NFL history to record mul� ple return TDs in a playoff game when he scored on a 90-yard punt return and a 104-yard kickoff return. • Under Rodgers tutelage, Broncos K Ma� Prater was named to the Pro Bowl in 2013 a� er se� ng franchise records in fi eld goal percentage (96.2%; 25-of-26) and points scored (150).

JEFF RODGERS - SPECIAL TEAMS COORDINATOR

Now in his fi rst season in Arizona and fi rst as a defensive coordinator in the NFL, Al Holcomb spent the past fi ve years coaching alongside Steve Wilks in Carolina. The 47-year old Holcomb joined the Cardinals staff with 23 years of coaching experience.• Hired as Cardinals defensive coordinator on 1/26/18 af-ter spending the previous fi ve seasons as the linebackers coach with the Panthers. • The Panthers fi nished in the top-10 in total defense in four of Holcomb’s fi ve seasons with the team, including fi nishing second in the NFL in 2013 (301.3 ypg).• Under his guidance, Panthers LBs Luke Kuechly and Thomas Davis developed into one of the best linebacker duos in the NFL. Kuechly earned NFL Defensive Player of the Year honors in 2013 and was selected to fi ve consecu� ve Pro Bowls (2013-17) while also being named fi rst-team All-Pro four � mes (2013-15, ‘17). Davis made three consecu� ve Pro Bowls (2015-17) and was named fi rst-team All-Pro in 2015. • In 2017, Carolina fi nished seventh in the NFL in total defense (317.1 ypg), third in sacks (50), and third in run defense (88.1 ypg). • Joined the Panthers in 2013 a� er four seasons (2009-12) with the New York Gi-ants where he worked as a defensive assistant (2009-10) and defensive quality control coach (2011-12). The Giants ranked in the top-seven in the league in total defense in two of Holcomb's four years, and he capped his fi rst season in New York with a victory over New England in Super Bowl XLV.

AL HOLCOMB - DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR

On October 19 the Cardinals named Byron Le� wich - Arizona's QBs coach the last two seasons (2017-18) - as the team's new off ensive coordinator. Le� wich original-ly joined the Cards coaching staff as an intern in 2016. In his fi rst game as OC, Arizona earned a come-from-behind victory in its 18-15 win over the San Francisco 49ers in Week 8. The 38-year old na� ve of Washington, D.C. played 10 seasons in the NFL with four diff erent teams (Jackson-ville 2003-06; Atlanta 2007; Pi� sburgh 2008, 2010-12; Tampa Bay 2009) and appeared in 60 games (50 starts), comple� ng 930 passes on 1,605 a� empts (57.9%) for 10,532 yards and 58 TDs. He was dra� ed by the Jaguars with the seventh overall selec� on in the fi rst round of the 2003 NFL Dra� .He played collegiately at Marshall, where he was one of the most prolifi c passers in college football history. Le� wich was a three-year starter at Marshall and set Mid-American Conference records for passing yards (11,903) and total off ense (12,090). He completed 939-of-1,442 pass a� empts (65.1%) with 89 TDs and 28 INTs and was twice selected as the MAC Off ensive Player of the Year (2001-02). Le� wich fi nished sixth in vo� ng for the Heisman Trophy as a senior in 2002.Le� wich Among League's Youngest Play-CallersWith his promo� on, Le� wich became the fi � h-youngest off ensive coordina-tor/off ensive play-caller in the NFL. NFL’s Youngest Off . Coordinators/Primary Player Callers Rnk Coach Team Age Birthdate 1 Sean McVay* L.A. Rams 32 January 24, 19862 Jim Bob Cooter Detroit 34 July 3, 19843 Nick Sirianni Indianapolis 37 June 15, 19814 Dowell Loggains Miami 38 October 1, 19805 Byron Le� wich Arizona 38 January 14, 1980*Serves as OC in additi on to duti es as head coach

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A� er the Cardinals selected him in the third round (86th overall) in the 2015 NFL Dra� , RB Da-vid Johnson went on a record-breaking run in his fi rst two NFL seasons (2015-16). A� er pos� ng a franchise rookie-record 13 TDs in 2015 (8 rushing, 4 receiving, 1 KOR), Johnson turned in an All-Pro season in 2016 when he led the NFL and estab-lished franchise single-season records for both scrimmage yards (2,118) and TDs (20). Johnson's 2017 season came to an abrupt end, however, when he was suff ered a wrist injury dur-ing the season-opener at Detroit and was forced to miss the remainder of the season. Now in his fourth NFL season - healthy and with a new contract extension - Johnson is looking to re-gain his status as one of the league's top off ensive weapons. Aft er posti ng fewer than 100 yards from scrimmage in fi ve consecuti ve games dati ng back to the 2016 fi nale, Johnson now has 100+ scrimmage yards in three of the last four games this season.A REMARKABLE CAREER SO FARJohnson has appeared in 44 career games and has totaled 4,861 all-purpose yards (2,535 rushing, 1,728 receiving, 598 KOR) and 41 TDs. He has made 33 starts in the NFL, pos� ng 100+ yards from scrimmage in 23 of those contests, most recently in Week 11 vs. Oakland. In his 33 career starts, Johnson has totaled 2,396 rushing yards, 1,487 receiving yards and 33 TDs, averaging 117.7 scrimmage yards and 1.0 TD per start. Johnson's Performance in 33 Career StartsOpponent Rush Rec Total TDs (Type)12/6/15 @ StL 99 21 120 1 (1 receiving)12/10/15 vs. Min 92 31 123 012/20/15 @ Phi 187 42 229 3 (3 rush)12/27/15 vs. GB 39 88 127 1 (1 rush)1/3/16 vs. Sea 25 34 59 09/11/16 vs. NE 89 43 132 1 (1 rush)9/18/16 vs. TB 45 98 143 09/25/16 @ Buf 83 28 111 2 (2 rush)10/2/16 vs. LA 83 41 124 010/6/16 @ SF 157 28 185 2 (2 rush)10/17/16 vs. NYJ 111 27 138 3 (3 rush)10/23/16 vs. Sea 113 58 171 010/30/16 @ Car 24 84 108 011/13/16 vs. SF 55 46 101 2 (1 rush, 1 receiving)11/20/16 @ Min 103 57 160 2 (1 rush, 1 receiving) 11/27/16 @ Atl 58 103 161 1 (1 receiving)12/4/16 vs. Was 84 91 175 2 (1 rush, 1 receiving)12/11/16 @ Mia 80 41 121 0 12/18/16 vs. NO 53 55 108 2 (2 rush)12/24/16 @ Sea 95 41 136 3 (3 rushing)1/1/17 @ LA 6 38 44 0 (injured in 1st quarter)9/10/17 @ Det 23 67 90 0 (injured in 3rd quarter)9/9/18 vs. Was 37 30 67 1 (1 rush)9/16/18 @ LAR 48 3 51 09/23/18 vs. Chi 31 30 61 1 (1 receiving)9/30/18 vs. Sea 71 41 112 1 (1 rushing)10/7/18 @ SF 55 16 71 2 (2 rushing)10/14/18 @ Min 55 15 70 1 (1 rushing)10/18/18 vs. Den 39 31 70 0 10/28/18 vs. SF 59 41 100 011/11/18 @ KC 98 85 183 2 (1 rush, 1 receiving) 11/18/18 vs. Oak 137 17 154 0 11/25/18 @ LAC 63 16 79 0 Totals 2,396 1,487 3,883 33 (26 rushing, 7 receiving)HISTORIC 2016 YARDAGE TOTALJohnson led the NFL and established a new franchise single-season record with 2,118 yards from scrimmage (1,239 rushing; 879 receiving) in 2016. He became the fi rst player in team history to eclipse 2,000 yards in a season.Franchise History – Scrimmage Yards (Season)Rnk Player (Year) Yds Rush Rec1 David Johnson (2016) 2,118 1,239 8792 O� s Anderson (1979) 1,913 1,605 3083 O� s Anderson (1984) 1,785 1,174 6114 O� s Anderson (1981) 1,763 1,376 3875 O� s Anderson (1983) 1,729 1,270 459Johnson became just the seventh player since the 1970 merger to lead the NFL in both scrimmage yards and TDs in a season: Arian Foster (2010), Priest Holmes (2002), Emmi� Smith (1995), Marcus Allen (1982), Walter Payton (1977) and O.J. Simpson (1975).Johnson posted 100+ scrimmage yards in the fi rst 15 games in 2016. In doing so, he joined Barry Sanders (1997) as the only players in NFL history to have 100+ scrimmage yards in at least 15 consecuti ve games in a single season.Johnson became the fi rst player in NFL history to do so in each of the fi rst 15 games of a season. His streak came to an end in the ‘16 fi nale, when he le� the game in Los Angeles in the fi rst quarter with a knee injury.

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Johnson has 41 total TDs (30 rushing, 10 re-ceiving, 1 KOR) in 44 career games. Johnson's fi rst TD in Week 10 at Kansas City was the 40th of his career. He reached 40 ca-reer TDs in 11 fewer games than any other player in franchise history. The previous record was 53 games by John David Crow (1958-62). 30 AND 10 THROUGH FOUR SEASONSJohnson has 30 career rushing TDs and 10 ca-reer receiving TDs. Despite missing virtually all of last season, Johnson is one of just seven players in NFL history with 30+ rushing TDs and 10+ receiving TDs in their fi rst four seasons. NFL History – 30+ Rushing TDs and 10+ Receiving TDs in 1st 4 SeasonsPlayer (Years) Rush Rec GmsDavid Johnson (2015-18) 30 10 44Edgerrin James (1999-02) 31 10 52Todd Gurley (2015-18) 42 10 53Roger Craig (1983-86) 31 13 64Marcus Allen (1982-85) 44 13 57Chuck Foreman (1973-76) 39 18 53Abner Haynes (1960-63) 35 14 56Johnson joined Roger Craig and Abner Haynes as the only three players to reach 30 rushing TDs/10 receiving TDs in their fi rst 42 career games. WHY STOP AT ONE?Johnson has posted mul� ple TDs in a game 13 � mes in his career. Despite miss-ing virtually all of last season, Johnson is ti ed with Rams RB Todd Gurley for the most multi -TD performances dati ng back to 2015. NFL Leaders – Games with 2+ TDs (2015-18)Rnk Player (Team) Games1t David Johnson (AZ) 131t Todd Gurley (LAR) 133 Antonio Brown (Pit) 104t Ezekiel Ellio� (Dal) 94t Alvin Kamara (NO) 94t Mark Ingram (NO) 9AMONG THE TOUCHDOWN LEADERS SINCE 2015Despite missing the fi nal 15 games last season with a wrist injury, Johnson's 41 TDs are the third-most in the NFL dati ng back to his rookie season. The only two players ahead of him on the list have played in 12 more games. NFL Leaders - Touchdowns (2015-18)Rnk Player (Team) TDs Games1 RB Todd Gurley (LAR) 52 552 WR Antonio Brown (Pit) 43 563 RB David Johnson (AZ)* 41 444 RB Melvin Gordon (LAC) 37 535 WR DeAndre Hopkins (Hou) 36 58*Missed 15 games in 2017A REMARKABLE TD TOTAL IN FIRST TWO SEASONSIn NFL history, only three players had more TDs in their fi rst two seasons than Johnson (33). NFL Record - Touchdowns in 1st Two Seasons Rnk Player (Years) TDs1 Edgerrin James (1999-00) 352t Eric Dickerson (1983-84)* 342t Gale Sayers (1965-66)* 344 David Johnson (2015-16) 335t Earl Campbell (1978-79)* 325t Cur� s Mar� n (1995-96)* 32*Hall of Fame Inductee

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Johnson's third quarter TD run at Kansas City in Week 10 marked his 30th career rushing TD, and 22nd rushing TD in 26 games. He reached 30 career rushing TDs in fewer games (42) than any player in franchise history, 19 fewer than the previous record holder, Otti s Anderson (61 games). Despite having played just 44 games, Johnson ranks fi � h on the Cardinals all-� me list for career rushing TDs. He has appeared in 26 fewer games than any other player in the top-5. Franchise Record – Career Rushing TDs Rnk Player (Years) TDs Games1 O� s Anderson (1979-86) 46 992 Wayne Morris (1976-83) 37 1103 John David Crow (1958-64) 33 694 Stump Mitchell (1981-89) 32 1165 David Johnson (2015-18) 30 44

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Selected by the Cardinals #3 overall in the 2004 NFL Dra� , WR Larry Fitzgerald is in his 15th season with Ari-zona in 2018. Only three ac� ve NFL players have spent more � me with one team than Fitzgerald. Seasons with One NFL Team (Ac� ve)Rnk Player (Team) Season1 QB Tom Brady (New England) 19th 2t TE Antonio Gates (L.A. Chargers) 16th 2t LB Terrell Suggs (Bal� more) 16th

4t WR Larry Fitzgerald (Arizona) 15th4t QB Eli Manning (NY Giants) 15th4t QB Philip Rivers (L.A. Chargers) 15th4t QB Ben Roethlisberger (Pi� sburgh) 15th 4t LS Don Muhlbach (Detroit) 15th In franchise history, only QB Jim Hart (18) and K Jim Bakken (17) played more seasons with the Cardinals than Fitzgerald (15).Franchise Record - Most Seasons PlayedRnk Player (Years) Seasons1 QB Jim Hart (1966-83) 182 K Jim Bakken (1962-78) 173t WR Larry Fitzgerald (2004-) 153t TE Jackie Smith (1963-77) 155t CB Roger Wehrli (1969-82) 145t LB Larry Stallings (1963-76) 145t T Ernie McMillan (1961-74) 14Fitzgerald is one of just two players in franchise history to appear in at least 200 games with the Cardinals - and the only non-kicker to do so. In the Cardinals game vs. the Chargers last week, Fitzgerald appeared in his 229th career game. If he plays in the remaining fi ve games in '18, Fitzgerald will � e K Jim Bakken's franchise record for career games played (234). Franchise Record - Career Games PlayedRnk Player (Years) Games1 K Jim Bakken (1962-78) 2342 WR Larry Fitzgerald (2004-) 2293 QB Jim Hart (1966-83) 1994 TE Jackie Smith (1963-77) 1985 CB Roger Wehrli (1969-82) 193

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A� er catching two passes against the Chargers last week, Fitzgerald has at least one catch in 222 consecu� ve games. That represents the second-longest streak in league history. NFL Record - Consecu� ve Games with a Recep� onRnk Player (Years) Games Dura� on1 Jerry Rice (1985-2004) 274 18 years, 8 months, 15 days2 Larry Fitzgerald (2004-) 222 14 years, 19 days3 Tony Gonzalez (2000-2013) 211 13 years, 26 days4 Marvin Harrison (1996-2008) 190 12 years, 3 months, 28 days5 Hines Ward (1998-2010) 186 12 years A Look at Fitzgerald's Recep� on Streak--Fitzgerald has at least one catch in 228 of 229 career games played. His streak-began in Week 9 of his rookie season in 2004 at Miami. That is seven weeks a� er Rice’s 274-game streak – the longest in NFL history – ended when he was held without a recep� on vs. Buff alo in Week 2.--Fitzgerald's streak of 222 straight games with a recep� on is the second-lon-gest in NFL history for a player with a single team (Jerry Rice-225, San Francisco). --Fitzgerald has at least one recep� on in all 41 diff erent stadiums he has played in during his NFL career. Last week the Cardinals played at StubHub Center in Los Angeles, which became the 41st diff erent venue in which Fitzgerald has at least one catch.

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WR Larry Fitzgerald caught eight passes for 102 yards and a TD in the Cardinals Week 8 win over the 49ers. He also scored the fi nal two points of the game with his key recep� on on the two-point con-version a� empt following Chris� an Kirk’s TD. Fitzgerald’s 13-yard TD catch from Josh Rosen in the fourth quarter was his 18th career TD recep-� on against San Francisco. Fitzgerald has more TD recepti ons vs. both the 49ers (18) and Rams (18) than any other acti ve player has against any single opponent. Ac� ve NFL Leaders – TD Rec. vs. Single OpponentRnk Player (Team) TDs Opponent1t Larry Fitzgerald (AZ) 18 San Francisco1t Larry Fitzgerald (AZ) 18 LA Rams3 Antonio Gates (LAC) 17 Kansas City4 Antonio Gates (LAC) 13 Oakland5 Rob Gronkowski (NE) 12 Buff aloOnly two players in NFL history have more career receiving TDs vs. a single op-ponent than Fitzgerald has against both the 49ers (18) and Rams (18).NFL History – TD Recep� ons vs. Single OpponentRnk Player TDs Opponent Gms1 Jerry Rice 25 Falcons 302 Jerry Rice 20 Rams 323 Bob Hayes 19 Giants 164t Larry Fitzgerald 18 49ers 304t Larry Fitzgerald 18 Rams 294t Don Hutson 18 Rams 18The win over San Francisco in Week 8 was Fitzgerald’s 11th career 100-yard performance against the 49ers and third in the last four seasons. No player in NFL history has more 100-yard receiving performances against a single op-ponent than Fitzgerald has against San Francisco.NFL History – 100-Yard Receiving Games vs. Single OpponentRnk Player Gms Opponent1t Larry Fitzgerald 11 49ers1t Jerry Rice 11 Falcons3t Don Maynard 9 Patriots3t Reggie Wayne 9 Jaguars3t Rod Smith 9 ChiefsIn two games against San Francisco this season, Fitzgerald had 10 recep� ons for 137 yards and a TD.

STILL GIVING THE 49ERS FITZ

FITZ MAKES DEBUT AT STUBHUB

A� er catching a 25-yard TD pass against the Chargers in Los Angeles last week, WR Larry Fitzgerald has caught at least one pass in 41 diff erent stadiums. The only current NFL venue in which Fitzgerald does not have a catch during the regular season is Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Arizona plays in At-lanta in Week 15 later this season. Fitzgerald Career Recep� ons by StadiumRec Stadium587 State Farm Stadium78 Edward Jones Dome* 74 CenturyLink Field64 Sun Devil Stadium*47 Candles� ck Park*33 Bank of America Stadium27 Giants Stadium*26 Mall of America Field*26 Lincoln Financial Field26 Ford Field25 Levi's Stadium25 FedExField21 Georgia Dome*17 Soldier Field15 NRG Stadium14 Paul Brown Stadium12 Arrowhead Stadium11 U.S. Bank Stadium11 Qualcomm Stadium*10 Raymond James Stadium10 TIAA Bank Field10 Nissan Stadium9 FirstEnergy Stadium8 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum8 M&T Bank Stadium8 Hard Rock Stadium8 Heinz Field7 MetLife Stadium 7 New Era Field 7 Mercedes-Benz Superdome7 Estadio Azteca (Mexico City)6 Lambeau Field6 RCA Dome*5 AT&T Stadium4 Texas Stadium*4 Oakland Coliseum4 Gille� e Stadium3 Lucas Oil Stadium3 Twickenham Stadium (London)3 Broncos Stadium at Mile High2 StubHub Center*Stadium no longer an NFL venueOnly three players in NFL history had a recep� on in more stadiums during their career than Fitzgerald.NFL History – Most Stadiums with a Recep� onRnk Player (Years) Venues1 Jerry Rice (1985-2004) 462t Terrell Owens (1996-2010) 422t Keenan McCardell (1992-2007) 424t Larry Fitzgerald (2004-18) 414t Tim Brown (1988-2004) 41

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A chronological look at every one of Fitzgerald’s 115 TD recep� ons. # Date Opp Yds Quarterback1 10/10/2004 @ SF 24 Josh McCown2 10/24/2004 SEA 25 Josh McCown3 11/7/2004 @ MIA 2 Josh McCown4 11/21/2004 @ CAR 21 Shaun King5 12/19/2004 STL 8 Josh McCown6 12/19/2004 STL 4 Josh McCown7 12/26/2004 @ SEA 29 Josh McCown8 12/26/2004 @ SEA 29 Josh McCown9 9/11/2005 @ NYG 1 Kurt Warner10 10/2/2005 SF 17 Josh McCown11 10/9/2005 CAR 26 Josh McCown12 10/23/2005 TEN 34 Josh McCown13 11/13/2005 @ DET 8 Kurt Warner14 11/20/2005 @ STL 7 Kurt Warner15 11/27/2005 JAX 5 Kurt Warner16 12/18/2005 @ HOU 12 John Navarre17 12/24/2005 PHI 25 Josh McCown18 1/1/2006 @ IND 25 Josh McCown19 9/24/2006 STL 12 Kurt Warner20 10/8/2006 KAN 5 Ma� Leinart21 12/3/2006 @ STL 11 Ma� Leinart22 12/10/2006 SEA 5 Ma� Leinart23 12/24/2006 @ SF 6 Ma� Leinart24 12/31/2006 @ SD 9 Kurt Warner25 10/7/2007 @ STL 7 Kurt Warner26 11/11/2007 DET 1 Kurt Warner27 11/11/2007 DET 20 Kurt Warner28 11/18/2007 @ CIN 5 Kurt Warner29 11/25/2007 SF 28 Kurt Warner30 11/25/2007 SF 48 Kurt Warner31 12/9/2007 @ SEA 11 Kurt Warner32 12/16/2007 @ NO 18 Kurt Warner33 12/30/2007 STL 21 Kurt Warner34 12/30/2007 STL 6 Kurt Warner35 9/7/2008 @ SF 1 Kurt Warner36 9/21/2008 @ WAS 62 Kurt Warner37 10/5/2008 BUF 2 Kurt Warner38 10/5/2008 BUF 2 Kurt Warner39 10/12/2008 DAL 2 Kurt Warner40 11/10/2008 SF 5 Kurt Warner41 11/27/2008 @ PHI 1 Kurt Warner42 11/27/2008 @ PHI 7 Kurt Warner43 12/7/2008 STL 12 Kurt Warner44 12/21/2008 @ NE 78 Ma� Leinart45 12/28/2008 SEA 5 Kurt Warner46 12/28/2008 SEA 38 Kurt Warner47 9/13/2009 SFO 5 Kurt Warner48 9/20/2009 @ JAX 22 Kurt Warner49 10/11/2009 HOU 9 Kurt Warner50 10/11/2009 HOU 26 Kurt Warner51 10/18/2009 @ SEA 2 Kurt Warner52 11/8/2009 @ CHI 11 Kurt Warner53 11/8/2009 @ CHI 17 Kurt Warner54 11/15/2009 SEA 18 Kurt Warner55 11/22/2009 @ STL 11 Kurt Warner56 12/6/2009 MIN 34 Kurt Warner57 12/20/2009 @ DET 1 Kurt Warner58 12/27/2009 STL 10 Kurt Warner59 1/3/2010 GNB 3 Brian St. Pierre60 9/12/2010 @ STL 21 Derek Anderson61 9/26/2010 OAK 8 Derek Anderson62 10/31/2010 TB 3 Max Hall63 10/31/2010 TB 5 Derek Anderson64 11/21/2010 @ KC 3 Derek Anderson65 1/2/2011 @ SF 10 John Skelton66 9/18/2011 @ WAS 73 Kevin Kolb67 9/25/2011 @ SEA 12 Kevin Kolb68 11/6/2011 STL 13 John Skelton69 11/13/2011 @ PHI 10 John Skelton70 11/13/2011 @ PHI 7 John Skelton71 11/20/2011 @ SF 23 Richard Bartel72 12/11/2011 SF 46 John Skelton73 12/24/2011 @ CIN 30 John Skelton74 9/23/2012 PHI 37 Kevin Kolb75 9/30/2012 MIA 3 Kevin Kolb76 10/14/2012 BUF 9 Kevin Kolb77 11/4/2012 @ GB 31 John Skelton78 9/8/2013 @ STL 4 Carson Palmer79 9/8/2013 @ STL 24 Carson Palmer80 9/29/2013 @ TB 13 Carson Palmer81 10/13/2013 @ SF 75 Carson Palmer82 10/27/2013 ATL 10 Carson Palmer83 11/17/2013 @ JAX 14 Carson Palmer84 11/24/2013 IND 4 Carson Palmer85 11/24/2013 IND 26 Carson Palmer86 12/1/2013 @ PHI 43 Carson Palmer87 12/8/2013 STL 7 Carson Palmer88 10/12/2014 WAS 24 Carson Palmer89 10/26/2014 PHI 80 Carson Palmer90 9/20/2015 @ CHI 8 Carson Palmer91 9/20/2015 @ CHI 28 Carson Palmer92 9/20/2015 @ CHI 9 Carson Palmer93 9/27/2015 SF 4 Carson Palmer94 9/27/2015 SF 8 Carson Palmer95 10/11/2015 @ DET 2 Carson Palmer96 11/1/2015 @ CLE 6 Carson Palmer97 12/27/2015 GB 3 Carson Palmer98 1/3/2016 SEA 17 Carson Palmer99 9/11/2016 NE 3 Carson Palmer100 9/11/2016 NE 1 Carson Palmer101 9/18/2016 TB 4 Carson Palmer102 10/6/2016 @ SF 21 Drew Stanton103 10/6/2016 @ SF 29 Drew Stanton104 1/1/2017 @ LA 5 Carson Palmer105 9/25/2017 DAL 15 Carson Palmer106 10/1/2017 SF 19 Carson Palmer107 10/15/17 TB 11 Carson Palmer108 11/19/17 @ Hou 20 Blaine Gabbert109 12/3/17 LAR 15 Blaine Gabbert110 12/24/17 NYG 13 Drew Stanton111 10/18/18 DEN 4 Josh Rosen112 10/28/18 SF 13 Josh Rosen113 11/18/18 Oak 18 Josh Rosen114 11/18/18 Oak 5 Josh Rosen115 11/25/18 @ LAC 25 Josh Rosen

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TD Rec. By Opponent TDs Opponent18 L.A./St. Louis Rams18 San Francisco11 Sea� le8 Philadelphia5 Chicago5 Detroit5 Tampa Bay4 Houston3 Green Bay3 Indianapolis3 Jacksonville3 New England3 Buff alo3 Oakland3 Washington2 Carolina2 Cincinna� 2 Dallas2 Kansas City2 L.A./San Diego Chargers2 Miami2 NY Giants1 Atlanta1 Cleveland1 Denver1 Minnesota 1 New Orleans1 TennesseeTeams w/No TDs AgainstTeam GamesBal� more 3NY Jets 3Pi� sburgh 3

TD Rec. By QB (15) TDs Quarterback39 Kurt Warner28 Carson Palmer12 Josh McCown7 John Skelton5 Kevin Kolb5 Ma� Leinart5 Josh Rosen4 Derek Anderson3 Drew Stanton2 Blaine Gabbert1 Max Hall1 Richard Bartel1 John Navarre1 Shaun King1 Brian St. Pierre

TDs By QuartersTDs Quarter40 2nd

34 4th

25 3rd

15 1st 1 OT TD By DaysTDs Day106 Sunday5 Thursday2 Saturday2 Monday

Recep� ons By QB (19)Rec Quarterback363 Carson Palmer345 Kurt Warner84 Josh McCown82 John Skelton70 Ma� Leinart70 Kevin Kolb68 Drew Stanton49 Derek Anderson32 Blaine Gabbert32 Josh Rosen21 Ryan Lindley13 Max Hall12 Sam Bradford10 Shaun King8 John Navarre7 Rich Bartel6 Brian Hoyer5 Tim Ra� ay1 Brian St. Pierre

TD By Distance TDs Distance33 4-9 yards27 10-19 yards23 20-29 yards18 3 or fewer yards9 30-59 yards5 60+ yards

TOUCHDOWNS BY STADIUM

With his 25-yard TD recep� on against the Chargers last Sunday in Los Angeles, StubHub Center became the 27th diff erent NFL venue in which Fitzgerald has at least one TD catch in his career.Fitzgerald's 115 Career TDs by StadiumTDs Stadium53 State Farm Stadium 7 Sun Devil Stadium*7 Edward Jones Dome*6 Candles� ck Park*5 Soldier Field5 Lincoln Financial Field5 CenturyLink Field3 Ford Field2 FedEx Field2 Levi's Stadium2 NRG Stadium2 Paul Brown Stadium2 TIAA Bank Field 1 Arrowhead Stadium1 Bank of America Stadium1 Estadio Azteca (Mexico City)1 FirstEnergy Stadium1 Giants Stadium*1 Gille� e Stadium1 Hard Rock Stadium1 Lambeau Field1 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum1 Mercedes-Benz Superdome1 RCA Dome*1 Raymond James Stadium1 StubHub Center1 Qualcomm Stadium**Stadium no longer an NFL venue

Fitzgerald fi nished the Cardinals Week 11 matchup vs. Oakland with two recep� ons, both of which went for TDs. It marked Fitzgerald’s 19th ou� ng with mul� ple TD catches. Among ac� ve players only Chargers TE Antonio Gates (21) has more games with mul� ple TD recep� ons. NFL Leaders – Games with 2+ TD Catches (Ac� ve)Rnk Player (Team) Games1 Antonio Gates (LAC) 212 Larry Fitzgerald (AZ) 193t Rob Gronkowski (NE) 163t Antonio Brown (Pit) 165t Jimmy Graham (GB) 155t Jordy Nelson (Oak) 15

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Below is a look at the career of Larry Fitzgerald through his fi rst 229 career games compared to the 27 modern era WRs currently in the HOF and where they stood at that point in their career.At this point in his career, Fitzgerald has more recep� ons (1,278) than all of the receivers enshrined in Canton had through 229 games. Fitzgerald also has more receiving yards (16,005) than all HOF receivers except Jerry Rice (22,895).

Fitzgerald Vs. Modern Era WRs in the Hall of Fame (229 Games) 100- Player, HOF Year Years G Rec Yds Avg. Y/G TD Yd GLarry Fitzgerald 2004- 229 1,278 16,005 12.5 70.0 115 47Jerry Rice, ‘10 1985-04 229 1,239 18,829 15.2 82.2 173 67Marvin Harrison, ‘16 1996-08 190 1,102 14,580 13.2 76.7 128 59Cris Carter, ’13 1987-02 229 1,096 13,864 12.7 60.7 129 42Terrell Owens, '18 1996-2010 219 1,078 15,934 14.8 72.8 153 51Tim Brown, ‘15 1988-04 229 1,034 14,402 13.9 62.8 99 43Randy Moss, '18 1998-2012 218 982 15,292 15.6 70.1 156 64Andre Reed, ‘14 1985-00 229 948 13,160 13.9 57.5 87 36Art Monk, ‘08 1980-95 224 940 12,721 13.5 56.8 68 33Steve Largent, ‘95 1976-89 200 819 13,089 16.0 65.4 100 40James Lo� on, ‘03 1978-93 229 759 13,947 18.4 60.9 75 44Michael Irvin, ‘07 1988-99 159 750 11,904 15.9 74.9 65 47Charlie Joiner, ‘96 1969-86 229 738 11,996 16.3 52.3 64 28Charley Taylor, 84 1964-77 165 649 9,110 14.0 55.2 79 21Don Maynard, ‘87 1958, 60-73 186 633 11,834 18.7 63.6 88 50Raymond Berry, ‘73 1955-67 154 631 9,275 14.7 60.2 68 23Fred Biletnikoff , ‘88 1965-78 190 589 8,974 15.2 47.2 76 21Lance Alworth, ‘78 1962-72 136 542 10,266 18.9 75.5 85 41John Stallworth, ‘02 1974-87 165 537 8,723 16.2 52.9 63 25Bobby Mitchell, ’83 1958-68 148 521 7,954 15.3 53.7 65 25Tommy McDonald, ‘98 1957-68 152 495 8,410 17.0 55.3 84 24Paul Warfi eld, ‘83 1964-77 157 427 8,565 20.1 54.6 85 22Tom Fears, ‘70 1948-56 87 400 5,397 13.5 62.0 38 15Elroy “Crazy Legs” Hirsch, ’68 1946-57 127 387 7,029 18.2 55.3 60 -Dante Lavelli, ‘75 1946-56 123 386 6,488 16.8 52.7 62 -Pete Pihos, ‘70 1947-55 107 373 5,619 15.1 52.5 61 14

In fact, Fitzgerald’s career numbers already surpass all but one receiver currently in the HOF (Rice). He has more career recep� ons than 26 of the 27 receivers in the HOF: Swann (336), Hayes (371), Pihos (373), Lavelli (386), Hirsch (387), Fears (400), Warfi eld (427), McDonald (495), Mitchell (521), Stallworth (537), Alworth (542), Biletnikoff (589), Berry (631), Maynard (633), Taylor (649), Irvin (750), Joiner (750), Lo� on (764), Largent (819), Monk (940), Reed (951), Moss (982), Ow-ens (1,078), Brown (1,094), Carter (1,101) and Harrison (1,102).He has more career receiving yards than 26 of the 27 receivers in the HOF: Fears (5,397), Swann (5,462), Pihos (5,619), Lavelli (6,488), Hirsch (7,029), Hayes (7,414), Mitchell (7,954), McDonald (8,410), Warfi eld (8,565), Stallworth (8,723), Biletnikoff (8,974), Taylor (9,110), Berry (9,275), Alworth (10,266), Maynard (11,834), Irvin (11,904), Joiner (12,146), Monk (12,721), Largent (13,089), Reed (13,198), Carter (13,899), Lo� on (14,004), Brown (14,934), Harrison (14,580), Moss (15,292) and Owens (15,934).

A Career Full of Accomplishments:•Franchise career leader in recep� ons (1,278), receiving yards (16,005), receiving TDs (115), total TDs (115) and 100-yard receiving games (47). His nine 1,000-yard seasons are also a franchise record. •Led the NFL with 107 recep� ons in 2016, marking the second � me in his career (103 in 2005; � ed with Steve Smith) he had done so. He became the fi rst player in NFL history to lead the NFL in recep� ons at least 11 years apart. Prior to Fitzgerald, the longest span between leading the league in recep� ons was six by Jerry Rice (1990, 1996).•Fitzgerald (11) joins Hall of Famer Jerry Rice (13) as the only wide receivers in NFL history to be named to the Pro Bowl at least 11 � mes. •Fitzgerald had more recep� ons in his fi rst 200 career games (1,116) than any player in NFL history.•One of just fi ve players in NFL history to record at least 1,400 receiving yards in a season four � mes in their career: Jerry Rice (6), Randy Moss (4), Marvin Harrison (4) and Andre Johnson (4).•At 28 years, 74 days old, he became the third-youngest player in NFL history to reach 70 career receiving TDs behind only Randy Moss (26 years, 269 days old) and Hall of Famer Jerry Rice (28 years, one day old). •At 32 years, 97 days old, he became the youngest player in NFL history to reach 1,000 career recep� ons. •At 31 years, 102 days old, he became the youngest player in NFL history to reach 900 career recep� ons. •At 30 years, 57 days old, he became the youngest player in NFL history to reach 800 career recep� ons. •At 30 years, 85 days old, he became the youngest player in NFL history to reach 11,000 receiving yards.•In 2010, he became the fi rst player in NFL history to record 90+ recep� ons fi ve � mes in their fi rst seven seasons. •During the 2008 postseason, he broke virtually every major playoff receiving record, establishing new single-season marks for recep� ons (30), receiving yards (546) and TDs (7). His four 100-yard receiving games in the postseason established a new NFL record for consecu� ve games with 100 yards receiving. •His 10 TD recep� ons in nine career postseason games are an NFL record for a player in their fi rst nine career playoff contests. •With a then franchise-record 103 recep� ons during the 2005 season, he became the youngest player in NFL history to record a 100-catch campaign when he reached the mark at 22 years, 123 days old. •Led the NFL in receiving TDs in both the 2008 (12) and 2009 (13) seasons. In addi� on to his 10 receiving TDs in 2007, he became the fi rst player in franchise history to record at least 10 TDs in three consecu� ve seasons. •At 29 years, 44 days old, joined Randy Moss (28 years, 314 days) as the only players in NFL history to reach 10,000 career receiving yards before the age of 30. •One of just fi ve players in NFL history to record 15,000+ receiving yards and 100+ TD recep� ons in their career.

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COLE M AN OVERCOMES

Losing his hearing at age three has never stopped Cardinals FB Derrick Coleman. It didn't stop him from playing football in middle school and it didn't slow him in high school - where he rushed for 5,214 yards and 86 TDs while break-ing school single-season records for TDs (38), points (232) and rushing yards (2,456).Coleman next conquered the collegiate level, where he led UCLA with 11 rushing TDs as a senior in 2011 while proving a standout per-former on special teams. Not being selected in the NFL Dra� didn't slow him either, as he signed a rookie free agent contract with Vikings in 2012. He went on to make the Seahawks roster in 2013 - becoming the fi rst legally deaf off ensive player in NFL history while playing a big part on the Seahawks Super Bowl XLVIII championship team that season. Now in his fi � h NFL season, Coleman has 43 career special teams tackles, including seven in seven postseason games. Playing with Atlanta in 2017, Coleman ranked third among NFL players with 16 special teams tackles. In his fi rst four NFL seasons, Coleman also served as a lead blocker for three 2,000-yard rushing teams and two individual 1,000-yard rushing seasons (Marshawn Lynch in 2013-14).Through the fi rst 11 games (three starts) this season, Coleman has two rushing a� empts, two recep� ons for 17 yards and has recorded seven special teams tackles.

KIRK 'S CARDINALS CONNECTIONS

Despite being a rookie - WR Chris� an Kirk, the Cardinals second round selec-� on (47th overall) in the 2018 NFL Dra� - has had � es to the Cardinals for years. A na� ve of Sco� sdale, Kirk a� ended Sagua-ro High School before a� ending college at Texas A&M. Kirk has had a rela� onship with Cardinals All-Pro WR Larry Fitzgerald for years. The two fi rst met at a youth camp Kirk a� ended in Flagstaff when he was six years old. The two kept in touch dur-ing Kirk's standout prep career at Saguaro and his record-breaking tenure with the Aggies. THE KIRK AND ROSEN CONNECTIONBefore they became teammates in Arizona, Kirk and fellow rookie Josh Rosen met at a Nike Foot-ball Training Camp in Los Angeles. It was 2014 and both athletes were heavily recruited juniors at their respec� ve power-house high schools. Kirk from Saguaro High in Sco� sdale and Rosen from St. John Bosco in Bellfl ower, CA. They connected at the camp and became friends through football. A� er Rosen commi� ed to a� ending UCLA, he a� empted to recruit Kirk to the school, hos� ng him at his house in Los Angeles when Kirk made his campus visit with the Bruins. Kirk ul� mately chose Texas A&M but they saw each other again when their teams faced off twice in their three college seasons.

Rookie Josh Rosen has an experienced backup behind him in QB Mike Glennon, who signed with the Cardinals as a free agent this off sea-son. Since entering the league in 2013, Glennon has started 22 of 25 games played, comple� ng 467-of-770 pass a� empts (60.6%) for 4,933 yards, 34 TDs, 20 INTs and an 83.2 passer ra� ng.Glennon Career Notes• Selected by the Buccaneers in the third round (73rd overall) of the 2013 NFL Dra� out of North Carolina State and spent his fi rst fi ve NFL seasons with Tampa Bay (2013-16) and Chicago (2017). Signed a two-year contract with the Cardinals on 3/16/18 as a free agent. • Named to the All-Rookie team by the PFWA, ProFootballFocus.com and ESPN.com a� er comple� ng 247-of-416 pass a� empts (59.4%) for 2,608 yards, 19 TDs, nine INTs and an 83.9 passer ra� ng in 13 starts as a rookie with Tampa Bay in 2013. He became just the fourth rookie in NFL history to post two games with a passer ra� ng of 137 or higher, joining Dieter Brock (1985), Ma� Ryan (2008) and Robert Griffi n (2012)• In 2013, became the fi rst rookie in NFL history to throw at least one TD pass in each of his fi rst eight career starts. Prior to being dra� in 2013, Glennon spent four seasons at NC State, fi nishing his career having completed 646-of-1,069 pass a� empts (60.4%) for 7,411 yards and 63 TDs. He ended his senior season having posted the second-most pass a� empts (564), in ACC history, the third-most comple� ons (330), fourth-most passing yards (4,031) and � ed for the fi � h-most TD passes (31).

AN EXPERIENCED BACKUP

Through 11 games in 2018, second-year TE Ricky Seals-Jones has 26 recep� ons for 277 yards and a TD. He has more than doubled his 2017 recepti on total (12) and has also eclipsed his yardage total as a rookie (201). Seals-Jones, a former WR at Texas A&M who began last season on the prac� ce squad, recorded his fourth career TD catch in Week 3 against the Bears. Only 2017 fi rst round draft picks Evan Engram (NYG), O.J. Howard (TB) and David Njoku (Cle), second round pick Gerald Everett (LAR), third round pick Jonnu Smith (Ten) and fi ft h-round pick George Kitt le (SF) have more career TD recepti ons among second-year TEs. TD Recep� ons by Second-Year Tight Ends (2017-18)Rnk Player (Team) TDs 2017 Draft Status1 O.J. Howard (TB) 11 1st Round, 19th overall2 Evan Engram (NYG) 8 1st Round, 23rd overall3 David Njoku (Cle) 7 1st Round, 29th overall4t George Ki� le (SF) 5 5th Round, 146th overall4t Gerald Evere� (LAR) 5 2nd Round, 44th overall4t Jonnu Smith (Ten) 5 3rd Round, 100th overall5t Ricky Seals-Jones (AZ) 4 Undra� ed Free Agent5t Hunter Henry (LAC) 4 2nd Round, 35th overallFrom Undra� ed To A Key Contributor as a RookieThe cousin of Hall of Fame RB Eric Dickerson, Seals-Jones had three TD recep-� ons in 2017, becoming just the third rookie TE in franchise history with at least three TD catches: Robert Awalt (6 in 1987) and Doug Marsh (4 in 1980).Against Houston in Week 11 last season, Seals-Jones (2 TDs) became just the second rookie TE in franchise history to record mul� ple TD recep� ons in a game, joining Hall of Famer Jackie Smith - who had two TD recep� ons vs. Pi� sburgh on 10/13/63.

SEALS-JONES EXCELS IN 2018

Now in his fourth NFL season, WR J.J. Nelson - the fastest player at the 2015 NFL Combine (4.28 sec-onds in 40-yard dash) - has made numerous big plays during his tenure with the Cardinals. In that � me, Nelson has recorded 78 catches for 1,396 yards. Da� ng back to his rookie season in 2015, his average of 17.9 yards per recep� on is the highest in the NFL (min. 70 recep� ons). NFL Leaders – Yards/Recep� on (2015-18)Rnk Player (Team) Avg. Rec Yds1 J.J. Nelson (AZ) 17.9 78 1,3962 Marquise Goodwin (SF) 16.9 104 1,7563 Tyrell Williams (LAC) 16.8 142 2,3964 DeSean Jackson (TB) 16.7 176 2,9515 Rob Gronkowski (NE) 16.6 198 3,304

BIG PLAY ABILITY

VALUABLE ROOKIE IN THE BACKFIELD

One of the rookies that has seen the fi eld quite a bit this season is RB Chase Edmonds - the Car-dinals fourth round selec� on (134th overall) in the 2018 NFL Dra� . He ranks second on the team with 34 rushing a� empts and has also added 13 recep� ons out of the backfi eld. He has also played a big role on special teams. Edmonds' abili� es haven't come as a surprise, as he le� college as one of the most accomplished players in Patriot League and FCS history. Coming out of Fordham, Edmonds:• Was a three-� me consensus All-American (2014-16) who closed out his career as the Patriot League all-� me leading rusher (5,862 yards) and graduated as the Patriot League all-� me leader in career TDs (74) and rushing TDs (67).• Amassed 7,374 career all-purpose yards, a school and Patriot League career record which also ranks 10th in NCAA FCS history.• Scored a career-high 31 rushing TDs which ranked second in the FBS during his freshman season.

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The Cardinals selected CB Patrick Peterson with the fi � h pick in the 2011 NFL Dra� , and in his fi rst seven seasons, he earned seven Pro Bowl nods and was named fi rst-team All-Pro three � mes. Considered one of the game's best shutdown corners, he has proven to be one of the most unique talents in NFL history.Since his rookie season in 2011, only two ac-� ve players have more INTs than Peterson.Ac� ve NFL Leaders – Intercep� ons (2011-18)Rnk Player (Team) INTs1 Richard Sherman (Sea/SF) 322 Reggie Nelson (Cin/Oak) 293t Patrick Peterson (AZ) 233t Earl Thomas (Sea) 233t Eric Weddle (SD/Bal) 23Only seven players in franchise history, including four Pro Football Hall of Fame inductees, have more INTs than Peterson.Franchise Career Intercep� on LeadersRnk Player (Years) INTs1 Larry Wilson (1960-72)+ 522 Aeneas Williams (1991-2000)+ 463 Roger Wehrli (1969-82)+ 404 Night Train Lane (1954-59)+ 305 Pat Fischer (1961-67) 296 Adrian Wilson (2001-12) 277 Kwamie Lassiter (1995-2002) 248 Patrick Peterson (2011-) 239 Norm Thompson (1971-76) 2210t Jerry Davis (1948-51) 2110t Ray Ramsey (1950-53) 21+Hall of Fame InducteeQUOTES FROM THE COMPETITION“By far just one of the best in the game, hands down. He’s going to fol-low you from your house to his house, from the sideline to the cricket fi eld and back.”- NY Giants All-Pro WR Odell Beckham, Jr.“I think Patrick Peterson defi nitely is my number one corner in my book. You know if you’re playing the Cardinals and if you’re the best receiver on your team, you know 21 is going to be lining up across from you.”- Steelers All-Pro WR Antonio Brown

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In 2017, CB Patrick Peterson earned his seventh Pro Bowl selec� on – and sixth at cornerback (Kick Returner, 2011; Cornerback, 2012-16). In 2015, he was also named fi rst-team All-Pro at corner for the second � me in his career (2013, ‘15).Peterson joins Hall of Fame RBs Jim Brown and Barry Sanders as the only players in NFL history to earn seven Pro Bowl bids before their 28th birth-day. He is the only defensive player in NFL history to earn that dis� nc� on.Seven Pro Bowls Before the Age of 28 – NFL HistoryPlayer Pro Bowls Team CB Patrick Peterson 7, 2011-17 ArizonaRB Jim Brown 7, 1957-63 ClevelandRB Barry Sanders 7, 1989-95 Detroit

A P R O B O W L T A L E N T

Now in his eighth season, Peterson has never missed a game and has started every contest in his NFL career. Peterson's streak of 123 consecu� ve starts is � ed for the fi � h-longest streak among ac� ve players and third among all NFL DBs.NFL Leaders – Consecu� ve Starts (Ac� ve Streaks)Rnk Player (Team) Gms1 QB Philip Rivers (LAC) 2032 CB Brandon Carr (Bal) 1713 S Glover Quin (Det) 1434 QB Ma� Ryan (Atl) 1425t CB Patrick Peterson (AZ) 1235t QB Ma� hew Staff ord (Det) 1235t LB Ryan Kerrigan (Was) 123

P E T E R S O N A T 1 2 3 I N A R O W

While he has been asked to adopt a diff erent role under the new coaching staff , Cardinals All-Pro CB Patrick Peterson has maintained his status among the NFL's most elite pass defenders.Through Week 12 of the 2018 season, Peterson is allowing the seventh-lowest passer ra� ng among NFL CBs with at least 700 defensive snaps, accord-ing to ProFootballFocus.com.Passer Ra� ng Allowed – NFL CBs (2018) Rk Player Team Rate Snaps1 Steven Nelson KC 59.8 8002 Chris Harris Jr. Den 63.6 7363 Denzel Ward Cle 69.7 7694 Stephon Gilmore NE 70.9 7395 Xavien Howard Mia 72.2 7326 Kyle Fuller Chi 72.9 7207 Patrick Peterson AZ 76.1 773Source: ProFootballFocus.com; CBs with 700+ total snaps

In 773 plays this season, Peterson has been targeted 40 � mes and allowed just 24 recep� ons for 271 yards and two TDs. His 24 recep� ons allowed are the few-est among NFL CBs with at least 700 snaps.Recep� ons Allowed – NFL CBs (2018) Rk Player Team Tgt Rec Yds TD INT1 Patrick Peterson AZ 40 24 271 2 22 Stephon Gilmore NE 61 27 348 4 23 Xavien Howard Mia 49 27 430 4 54 Tramon Williams GB 42 28 350 7 05 William Jackson Cin 51 29 394 4 0Source: ProFootballFocus.com; CBs with 700+ total snaps

Below is a breakdown of where Peterson ranks in several key coverage catego-ries this season among CBs with at least 700 snaps, according to PFF.Category Stat RnkTotal Snaps 773 3Targets 40 1Recep� ons 24 1Recep� on Percentage 60.0 8Receiving Yards 271 1Yards per Recep� on 11.3 3Receiving TDs 2 3tIntercep� ons 2 6tPasser Ra� ng 76.1 7Penal� es 2 2tSource: ProFootballFocus.com; CBs with 700+ total snaps

Peterson was among the league's least tested CBs in 2017, according to PFF. He saw the fewest targets (60) and allowed the fewest recepti ons (28) among CBs with at least 500+ snaps last season.He allowed just one recep� on per 21.2 coverage snaps last year, and he was not targeted all at in the Week 16 shutout victory against the NY Giants.Below is a look at the performance of the WRs that Peterson "shadowed" in 2017, according to PFF.Receivers "Shadowed" By Peterson in 2017 Wk Receiver Opp Tar Rec Yds TD1 Marvin Jones Jr. Det 1 1 6 12 T.Y. Hilton Ind 2 1 16 03 Dez Bryant Dal 0 0 0 04 Pierre Garcon Was 4 1 16 05 Alshon Jeff ery Phi 2 2 26 06 Mike Evans TB 4 0 0 07 Sammy Watkins LAR 1 0 0 09 Marquise Goodwin SF 3 1 55 011 DeAndre Hopkins Hou 7 3 65 112 Marqise Lee Jax 0 0 0 013 Sammy Watkins LAR 2 1 13 0Source: ProFootballFocus.com

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Peterson has fi ve career return TDs – four punt re-turns and one intercep� on return – during his � me in Arizona. His most recent came on a 30-yard INT return vs. the Rams in 2014.In franchise history, only four players have more career return TDs than Peterson – Hall of Fam-ers Ollie Matson (10), Aeneas Williams (nine) and Larry Wilson (seven) and former S Billy Stacy (six).Peterson's Career Return TouchdownsOpponent Type Distance9/11/14 vs. St. Louis INT Return 30 yards11/27/11 at St. Louis Punt Return 80 yards11/6/11 vs. St. Louis Punt Return 99 yards10/30/11 at Bal� more Punt Return 82 yards9/11/11 vs. Carolina Punt Return 89 yardsIn 2011, Peterson � ed the NFL record with four punt return TDs. He became the fi rst player in NFL history with four punt return TDs of 80+ yards in a single season.

F I N D I N G W A Y S T O M A K E P L A Y S

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S Budda Baker – the team's 2017 second-round pick (36th overall) – earned Pro Bowl and fi rst-team All-Pro honors as a special teamer last year and fi nished the season as a starter at safety.Baker has started nine games in 2018, totaling 76 tackles, eight for loss, 2.0 sacks, three QB pressures, three QB hits, two passes defensed and a fumble recovery (returned 36 yards for a TD). He led the Cardinals with a career-high 14 tackles in Week 5 against the 49ers and has four 10+ tackle performances so far this year.An All-Pro Rookie CampaignIn 16 games (seven starts), Baker totaled 61 tackles, three tackles for loss, a sack, six passes defensed, two forced fumbles, a fumble recov-ery and two QB hits on defense. He added a team-high 16 tackles on special teams, which � ed for third in the NFL.NFL Leaders – Special Teams Tackles (2017)Rnk Player (Team) STT1 LB Nick Dzubnar (LAC) 212 RB Aus� n Ekeler (LAC) 173t S Budda Baker (AZ) 163t FB Derrick Coleman (Atl) 163t S Rontez Miles (NYJ) 16 Baker's Rare Performance in Week 11 of 2017Baker had 12 tackles, a sack, a tackle for loss, two forced fumbles, a fumble recovery, a pass defensed and a QB hit in his fi rst career start at safety against the Texans. He also added a tackle on special teams. It is pre� y rare for an NFL player to record at least 10 tackles, a sack and two forced fumbles in a game.• According to STATS, Inc., Baker became the fi rst Arizona player ever to ac-complish the feat.• He was just the second player in the previous six seasons (2012-17) to do so.Redskins LB Zach Brown did it with the Bills on 10/2/16.• Baker became the fi rst rookie to accomplish the feat since Dolphins LB Der-rick Rodgers on 8/31/97 vs. Ind. Rodgers was taken 32nd overall by the Dol-phins that year out of Arizona State.

BUDDA'S EXPANDED ROLE IN 2018

In his 12th NFL season – and fi rst with Ari-zona – S Antoine Bethea totaled 58 tackles, a sack, a team and career-high fi ve INTs, sev-en passes defensed, a forced fumble, a QB pressure and a QB hit in 15 games in 2017.In the Cardinals Week 16 victory over the NY Giants, Bethea posted fi rst-career fi rst multi -INT performance – picking off a pair of Eli Manning pass att empts. Bethea had played 176 career games entering the contest.Bethea's fi ve INTs last season pushed his ca-reer total to 24, which trails only four ac� ve NFL safe� es – Reggie Nelson, Mike Adams, Eric Weddle and Earl Thomas.NFL Leaders – INTs by Safety (Ac� ve)Rnk Player (Team) INT1 Reggie Nelson (Oak) 382 Mike Adams (Car) 303 Eric Weddle (Bal) 294 Earl Thomas (Sea) 285t Antoine Bethea (AZ) 245t Glover Quin (Det) 24Bethea had an INT in three consecu� ve games (Weeks 4-6 in 2017) for the fi rst � me in his career. He became the fi rst Cardinal with an INT in three consecu� ve games since CB Patrick Peterson had one in four straight dur-ing the 2012 season.NFL TACKLE LEADERWith 87 tackles in 11 games this year, Bethea is on track to record his seventh-career 100-tackle campaign. According to league sta� s� cs, the 13-year veteran leads all ac� ve NFL defenders with 1,190 career tackles. The next closest DB is Ravens S Eric Weddle with 1,051.NFL Leaders – Tackles (Ac� ve)Rnk Player (Seasons) Pos. Tackles1 Antoine Bethea (2006-18) S 1,1902 Derrick Johnson (2005-18) LB 1,1683 Thomas Davis (2005-18) LB 1,0754 Eric Weddle (2007-18) S 1,0515 Luke Kuechly (2012-18) LB 942A VETERAN PRESENCENow on his third team in his 13th NFL season, Bethea has established him-self as a veteran presence in the locker room and leader on the fi eld.“I want people to be able to depend on me, regardless of the situa� on, good or bad,” Bethea said. “Someone who is accountable. Being a veteran guy, a guy who has seen a lot in the league, I do relish that role."Defensive Coordinator Al Holcomb called Bethea the “veteran voice” that keeps teammates lined up in the right spots, allowing them to play fast. That same voice off ers guidance to players off the fi eld, as well.“He’s one of those guys I can depend on for anything, really,” cornerback Patrick Peterson said. “He’s very ma� er of fact. He’s not going to sugarcoat or beat around the bush. You need players like that.”

BETHEA SHINES IN ARIZONA

Arizona's defense has played primarily in the nickel forma-� on this season, and its sec-ondary has responded with a physical style of play.According to league sta� s� cs, Cards safe� es Antoine Bethea (second) and Budda Baker (� ed for sixth) rank inside the top-10 among NFL DBs with 87 and 73 tackles, respec� vely.Baker, who has missed the last two games with a knee injury, led all NFL DBs with 73 tackles a� er Week 10.NFL Leaders – Total Tackles by DBs (2018)Rnk Player (Team) TT GP1 Landon Collins (NYG) 91 112 Antoine Bethea (AZ) 87 113 Jessie Bates (Cin) 85 114 Derwin James (LAC) 78 115 Jamal Adams (NYJ) 77 116t Budda Baker (AZ) 73 96t John Johnson (LAR) 73 116t Shawn Williams (Cin) 73 119 Jus� n Simmons (Den) 68 1110 T.J. McDonald (Mia) 67 11Source: NFL GSIS

A S W A R M I N G S E C O N D A R Y

S Tre Boston – signed as a free agent by the Cardinals just prior to the start of training camp – recorded his third INT this season when he picked off Vikings QB Kirk Cousins in Week 6.Only two NFC safeti es – Redskins S D.J. Swear-inger and Falcons S Damontae Kazee – have more INTs than Boston this season.NFC Leaders – INTs by Safe� es (2018)Rnk Player (Team) INTs1 Damontae Kazee (Atl) 62 D.J. Swearinger (Was) 43t Tre Boston (AZ) 33t Anthony Harris (Min) 33t Earl Thomas (Sea) 33t John Johnson (LAR) 33t Mike Adams (Car) 33t Ha Ha Clinton-Dix (Was) 33t Bradley McDougald (Sea) 3Eight of Boston's 11 career INTs have come in his last 25 games. Prior to his current 25-game stretch, Boston had three INTs in his fi rst 42 career games.In 2017, Boston � ed for third among NFL safe� es with a career-high fi ve INTs with the Chargers. Since adding three more in 2017, Boston is � ed for fourth among NFL players at any posi� on with eight INTs.NFL Leaders – Intercep� on (2017-18)Rnk Player (Team) INT1t CB Darius Slay (Det) 101t S Kevin Byard (Ten) 103 CB Xavien Howard (Mia) 94t S Tre Boston (AZ) 84t S Harrison Smith (Min) 84t S D.J. Swearinger (Was) 84t S Jordan Poyer 8A BOSTON/WILKS REUNIONIn signing with the Cardinals, Boston reunited with Steve Wilks – who served as Boston's posi� on coach for three seasons (2014-16) in Carolina.Wilks: "I knew what we were ge� ng (in Boston). When you come in and try to incorporate a founda� on, and you’re trying to build your culture, you try bring guys in that understand that and can be your voice in the locker room."

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LEE CONTINUES STELLAR CAREER IN AZ

P Andy Lee, who signed with Arizona just prior to the 2017 season-opener, leads the NFL and is on pace to break his own single-season franchise record with a 48.8 gross pun� ng average this season.NFL Leaders – Gross Pun� ng Average (2018)Rnk Player (Team) Punts Gross Avg.1t Andy Lee (AZ) 65 48.81t Cameron Johnston (Phi) 45 48.83 Michael Dickson (Sea) 51 48.64 Bre� Kern (Ten) 51 47.85 Sam Koch (Bal) 44 47.0Lee has punted well for distance and precision this sea-son. He is one of only six NFL punters to have downed fi ve or more punts inside the opponent's 20-yard line in a game this year, and he has averaged 50.0+ yards per punt in six games, which leads the NFL.2018 NFL Leaders – Games w/ 50.0+ Gross Pun� ng AverageRnk Player (Team) Games1t Andy Lee (AZ) 62t Cameron Johnston (Phi) 52t Michael Dickson (Sea) 54t Dus� n Colqui� (KC) 44t Bre� Kern (Ten) 4Lee registered a single-season franchise-record 47.3-yard gross pun� ng average on 88 punts last year, which earned him a two-year contract extension that will keep him in Arizona through 2020.Franchise Record – Gross Pun� ng Average (Season)Rnk Player (Season) Avg.1 Andy Lee (2017) 47.32 Ben Graham (2009) 47.03 Dave Zastudil (2012) 46.54 Dave Zastudil (2013) 45.75 Jerry Norton (1960) 45.6Lee owns the single-season franchise record for punti ng average with both the Cardinals and 49ers (50.9 yards in 2011).LEE AMONG THE ALL-TIME BESTLee has appeared in 227 games with 1,195 punts for 55,591 yards (46.5-yard avg.), a 39.7 net average and 389 punts landed inside the 20-yard line. He has fi nished in the top-10 in punti ng average in 11 of his 14 full NFL seasons.NFL History – Gross Pun� ng Average (min. 300)Rnk Player (Seasons) Avg.1 Shane Lechler (2000-17) 47.62 Sam Mar� n* (2013-18) 47.13t Thomas Morstead* (2009-18) 46.93t Johnny Hekker* (2012-18) 46.95t Marque� e King* (2012-18) 46.75t Brandon Fields (2007-15) 46.77 Andy Lee* (2004-18) 46.58 Pat McAfee (2009-16) 46.49 Bryan Anger* (2012-18) 46.210 Bre� Kern* (2008-18) 45.9*Acti ve Player

Arizona State product and 2016 Lou Groza Award winner Zane Gonzalez signed to the Cardinals prac� ce squad on 11/20 and was promoted to the ac� ve roster on 11/26 a� er Phil Dawson (hip) was placed on injured reserve.Now in his second NFL season, Gonzalez entered the league as a seventh round selec� on (224th overall) by Cleveland.During his rookie season with the Browns, Gon-zalez connected on 15-of-20 FGAs and made 25-of-26 PATs. A Record Breaking Run as a Sun DevilIn four seasons as the Sun Devils kicker, Gonzalez became the FBS all-� me leader in FGs made (96) and points by a kicker (494).FBS Leaders – Field Goals Made (Career)Rnk Player (Team) FGM1 Zane Gonzalez (Arizona State) 962 Daniel Carlson (Auburn) 923 Dus� n Hopkins (Florida State) 884 Billy Benne� (Georgia) 875 Kai Forbath (UCLA) 85During his decorated college career, Gonzalez also became the fi rst player in FBS history to make 20 or more FGs in each of his four seasons, and he � ed the FBS record for career games with four or more FGs (six) and FGs from 50+ in a single game (three).His 59-yarder against Colorado in 2016 set a school record and was the lon-gest successful FG in the na� on that season.

GONZALEZ CALLED UP

A knee injury suff ered in Week 4 of last season forced Cardinals DE Markus Golden to miss 14 games, in-cluding the fi rst two contests in 2018.In his fi � h start of the season (Week 8 against the 49ers), Golden posted his best ou� ng since the injury with team highs in tackles (seven) and tackles for loss (two), adding his fi rst full sack of the season.On the third play from scrimmage in Arizona's 18-15 victory over San Francisco, Golden dropped 49ers QB C.J. Beathard for an eight-yard loss, marking his fi rst full sack in one year, nine months and 28 days. Prior to that, his last full sack came in the 2016 season fi nale at the LA Rams (1/1/17).GOLDEN'S BREAKOUT SEASON The Cardinals second-round selec� on (58th overall) in the 2015 NFL Dra� out of Missouri, Golden recorded 4.0 sacks in 16 games during his rookie campaign.In 2016, Golden erupted for 12.5 sacks, which � ed for third in the NFL that sea-son and eighth in franchise history. He added 63 tackles, 19 tackles for loss, 23 QB hits, 19 QB pressures, four forced fumbles and a fumble recovery.NFL Leaders – Sacks (2016)Rnk Player (Team) Sacks1 Vic Beasley, Jr. (Atl) 15.52 Von Miller (Den) 13.53t Markus Golden (AZ) 12.53t Lorenzo Alexander (Buf) 12.53t Danielle Hunter (Min) 12.5 He became the fi rst player in franchise history with at least one sack in each of the fi rst fi ve games of a season in 2016 and fi nished the year with at least one sack in each of the fi nal four contests.TOP-FIVE PASS RUSHERSThe Cardinals have had a player rank in the top-fi ve in sack totals each of the last two seasons. In 2017, Chandler Jones led the NFL with 17.0 sacks, and in 2016, Golden fi nished � ed for third with a career-high 12.5 sacks.

4 4 R E T U R N S T O F O R M

DT Corey Peters signed a three-year deal with the Cardinals in 2015 and earned a three-year extension during the 2017 season.He missed the 2015 season due to an Achilles injury, but in the 43 games since Peters joined Arizona's line-up, no NFL team has allowed a lower yards-per-carry average than the Cardinals.NFL Leaders – Yards per Carry Allowed (2016-18)Rnk Team Avg.1 Arizona Cardinals 3.832 Minnesota Vikings 3.893 Bal� more Ravens 3.914 Houston Texans 3.935 Tennessee 3.94Peters' 2018 campaign has been among the most produc� ve of his career with 35 tackles, three tackles for loss, 2.0 sacks, six QB pressures, three QB hits, one pass defensed and a fumble recovery in 10 games.

DEs Chandler Jones and Markus Golden aren't the only members of the Cardinals defensive line that have shown an ability to get to the quarterback. Arizona's eight defensive linemen have combined for 138.5 sacks in their NFL careers.Career Sacks By Arizona's Defensive LinemenPlayer SacksDE Chandler Jones 75.0DE Markus Golden 18.0DT Corey Peters 14.0DE Benson Mayowa 12.0DT Rodney Gunter 6.0DT Olsen Pierre 5.5DE Zach Moore 3.5DT Robert Nkemdiche 4.5BRINGING THE HOUSEIn 2018, the Cardinals defense has the second-most sacks in the NFL (37), and the defensive line is responsible for 27.5 of them.MOORE SACKSCardinals DE Zach Moore entered the league as New England's sixth-round pick (198th overall) in the 2014 NFL Dra� , and he totaled a half-sack in 10 games dur-ing his fi rst four NFL seasons.Moore has played in all 11 games this season, and in his last fi ve contests, he has collected 3.0 sacks in 51 defensive snaps.

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QUARTERBACKS

Mike Glennon – Has thrown for 4,933 yards, 34 TDs, 20 INTs and an 83.2 passer rating on 467-of-770 passing (60.6%) in 25 career games (22 starts). Spent his fi rst fi ve NFL seasons with Tampa Bay (2013-16) and Chicago (2017) and was named to the All-Rookie team by the PFWA, ProFootballFocus.com and ESPN.com.

Charles Kanoff – Elevated to the Cardinals active roster from the practice squad in Week 12 after joining the team as a rookie free agent in May. Ivy League Off ensive Player of the Year (2017) set Princeton career records for passing yards (7,510) and completions (655) while setting Ivy League and school single-season records in 2017 as a senior with 3,474 passing yards and a 73.2 completion percentage.

Josh Rosen – Became the youngest QB in franchise history to start (21 years, 232 days) and win (21 years, 239 days) a game. Also Became the youngest QB in the Super Bowl era to win a game after leading a double-digit fourth-quarter comeback (21 years, 260 days).

RUNNING BACKS

Derrick Coleman – NFL’s fi rst legally deaf off ensive player, has served as a lead blocker for three 2,000-yard rushing teams and two individual 1,000-yard rushing seasons in four NFL campaigns. Won Super Bowl XLVIII with Seattle during his second NFL season.

Chase Edmonds – Three-time consensus All-American at Fordham where he became the Patriot League all-time leader in rushing yards (5,862 – fi fth in NCAA FCS history), all-purpose yards (7,374), rushing TDs (67) and total TDs (74).

David Johnson – Tied with Rams RB Todd Gurley for the NFL’s most multi-TD games (13) since entering the league in 2015, and ranks fi fth in franchise history with 30 career rushing TDs. Averaging the NFL’s fourth most scrimmage yards per game (129.0) since Byron Leftwich took over as off ensive coordinator in Week 9.

T.J. Logan – Cardinals 2017 fi fth-round (179th overall) pick returned fi ve kickoff s for 126 yards (both career highs) in Week 12 against the Chargers. Had 4,926 all-purpose yards and 27 TDs in 49 games at North Carolina.

WIDE RECEIVERS

Larry Fitzgerald – His 11 Pro Bowl selections are the most by any player in franchise history and trail only Hall of Fame WR Jerry Rice (13) for the most by a receiver in NFL history. Passed Hall of Fame WR Terrell Owens for the second most receiving yards in NFL history in Week 11 against the Chiefs. Franchise leader in receptions (1,278), receiving yards (16,005), receiving TDs (115), total TDs (115), 100-yard receiving games (47) and consecutive games with a reception (222).

Christian Kirk – Ranks second in receptions (40) and third in receiving yards (436) among all rookie WRs. Trails only Anquan Boldin (66 in 2003) and Larry Fitzgerald (41 in 2004) for the most receptions by a Cardinals rookie through their fi rst 11 games. Scottsdale native and Saguaro High School product became the fi rst Arizona-born player to score a TD for the Cardinals since TE Todd Heap (Mesa) on 1/1/12.

J.J. Nelson – Cardinals 2015 fi fth-round pick has 78 receptions for 1,396 yards and 10 TDs in 53 games (15 starts), and his 17.9-yards-per-catch average is the NFL’s best since 2015 (minimum 60 receptions).

Trent Sherfi eld – Signed with the Cardinals as a rookie free agent out of Vanderbilt where had 136 receptions for 1,869 yards and nine TDs in 48 games (27 starts).

Chad Williams – Cardinals 2017 third-round pick (98th overall) has 14 receptions for 144 yards and two carries for 33 yards in 14 games (six starts) for the Cardinals. Scored his fi rst-career TD in Week 4.

TIGHT ENDS

Darrell Daniels – Has played 21 games (fi ve starts) for the Colts (2017) and Seahawks (2018) after entering the league as an undrafted rookie free agent with Indianapolis out of Washington. Totaled 47 receptions for 728 yards and fi ve TDs in 49 games for the Huskies.

Jermaine Gresham – Two-time Pro Bowl selection (2011-12) has played 128 games (114 starts) with 376 receptions for 3,736 receiving yards and 29 TDs. Signed a four-year contact before the 2017 season.

John Phillips – Has 55 receptions for 390 yards and fi ve TDs in 114 games (40 starts) with Dallas (2009-12), San Diego (2013-15), Denver (2016), New Orleans (2016-17) and Arizona (2018). Virginia product drafted by Dallas in the sixth round (208th overall) in 2009.

Ricky Seals-Jones – Trails only fi ve 2017 draft picks – Evan Engram (NYG), O.J. Howard (TB), David Njoku (Cle), George Kittle (SF) and Gerald Everett (LAR) – for the most TDs among second-year TEs with four. Cousin of Pro Football Hall of Fame RB Eric Dickerson.

OFFENSIVE LINE

Oday Aboushi – Played 37 games (27 starts) for the Cardinals (2018), Seahawks (2017), Texans (2015-16) and Jets (2013-14) since entering the league as New York’s fi fth-round pick (141st overall) in 2013.

Mason Cole – Cardinals 2018 third-round pick (97th overall) has started 115 consecutive games since his freshman year of high school and is Arizona’s only off ensive lineman to have played every off ensive snap this season. Became the fi rst true freshman in Michigan’s storied history to start a season-opener on the off ensive line.

Korey Cunningham – Cardinals 2018 seventh-round pick (254th overall) out of Cincinnati has started at LT in consecutive Weeks (11-12). Recruited as a TE, switched to off ensive line and played 45 games for the Bearcats, starting 24 straight to end his college career.

Zack Golditch – Entered the league as an undrafted rookie free agent with the Chargers and spent time with the 49ers and Colts before signing with the Cardinals in Week 9. Made his NFL debut with Arizona in Week 12 against the Chargers. Played 43 games (38 starts) at Colorado State and was a fi rst-team All-Mountain West pick as a senior.

Colby Gossett – Selected by Minnesota in the sixth round (213th overall) of the 2018 NFL Draft out of Appalachian State, where he fi nished is college career with 46 consecutive starts and earned fi rst-team All-Sun Belt Conference honors as a junior and senior. Signed by the Cardinals off the Vikings practice squad in Week 9.

D.J. Humphries – Started all 27 games in which he has played since being drafted in the fi rst round (24th overall) by the Cardinals in 2015. Started his NFL career at RT before converted to LT prior to the 2017 season.

Mike Iupati – Pro Bowl alternate in 2016 and earned four-consecutive Pro Bowl invites from 2012-15 before missing 15 games last season. Signed a fi ve-year contract with Arizona before the 2015 season.

Daniel Munyer – Entered the NFL as a rookie free agent with the Chiefs in 2015 and bounced between Kansas City’s active roster and practice squad before joining Arizona in 2016. Made his Cardinals debut last year against Dallas, and has played off ense, defense and special teams this season.

Jeremy Vujnovich – Has played 23 games (18 starts) for the Colts (2016-17) and Cardinals (2018) after entering the NFL as a rookie free agent with Green Bay out of Louisiana College in 2014. Made his fi rst start for the Cardinals at LG in Week 10.

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DEFENSIVE LINE

Markus Golden – Cardinals 2015 third-round pick (58th overall) out of Missouri, tied for third in the NFL with a team-leading 12.5 sacks in 2016. Recorded his first full sack in 666 days (one year, nine months and 28 days) in Week 8 against the 49ers after returning from injury.

Rodney Gunter – Fourth-round pick out of Delaware State has 107 tackles (63 solo), 6.0 sacks, one fumble recovery, two forced fumbles and a blocked FG in 59 games (20 starts) during his NFL career.

Chandler Jones – Two-time Pro Bowler (2015, ‘17) has 39.0 sacks since joining the Cardinals in 2016, the most by any NFL player during that span. Led the NFL with a franchise-record 17.0 sacks last year, and tied a franchise record for the most seasons with double-digit sacks (three) after recording his 10th of the season in Week 11.

Benson Mayowa – Idaho product entered the league as a rookie free agent with the Seahawks and has played 68 games (14 starts) with Seattle (2013), Oakland (2014-15), Dallas (2016-17) and Arizona (2018).

Zach Moore – New England’s 2014 sixth-round pick out of Concordia-St. Paul has 3.0 sacks in his last five games, compared to a half-sack in his first four NFL seasons. Joined the Cardinals from Carolina, where he spent the 2017 season.

Robert Nkemdiche – Cardinals 2016 first-round pick (29th overall) has 33 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, 4.5 sacks, six QB pressures and eight QB hits in eight games (six starts) this season.

Corey Peters – Signed a three-year extension to remain with the Cardinals through 2020. Has 267 tackles, 14.0 sacks and one INT in 108 games (91 starts) for the Cardinals (2015-18) and Falcons (2010-14). Cardinals have allowed the NFL’s second-fewest yards per carry (3.84) since Peters joined the lineup in 2016.

Olsen Pierre – Entered the NFL as a rookie free agent with the Bears in 2015, made the Cardinals 53-man roster out of training camp in 2016 and had 32 tackles and 5.5 sacks in 14 games last season.

LINEBACKERS

Deone Bucannon – Cardinals 2014 first-round pick (27th overall), has 412 tackles, 6.0 sacks, two INTs (one returned for a TD), 14 passes defensed, four fumble recoveries and seven forced fumbles in 67 career games (54 starts).

Dennis Gardeck – Has played a team-high 255 snaps on special teams. Signed as a rookie free agent after posting 345 tackles, 57.5 for loss, 32 sacks, nine forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and one INT at West Virginia State (2014-16) and Sioux Falls (2017).

Gerald Hodges – Five-year NFL veteran who has played 76 games with Arizona (2018), New Orleans (2017), San Francisco (2015-16) and Minnesota (2013-15) after entering the league as the Vikings fourth-round pick in 2013.

Haason Reddick – Cardinals 2017 first-round pick (13th overall) has 98 tackles, 4.5 sacks, five passes defensed, three forced fumbles and six special teams tackles in 27 games (10 sarts). Registered a career-high 15 tackles in Week 12 against the Chargers.

Zeke Turner – Has an NFL-leading 14 special teams tackles, according to league statistics. Signed with Arizona as a rookie free agent out of Washington where he collected 100 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss, two INTs, a forced fumble and four passes defensed in 38 games.

Joe Walker – Had 10 tackles on defense and three on special teams in 12 games for the Super Bowl-champion Eagles last year. Entered the NFL as Philadelphia’s seventh-round pick in 2016 out of Oregon and signed with the Cardinals in Week 3.

DEFENSIVE BACKS

David Amerson – Five-yard NFL veteran has 251 tackles, eight INTs, 63 passes defensed, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery in 69 games for the Redskins (2013-15), Raiders (2015-17) and Cardinals (2018). Selected by the Redskins in the second round (51st overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft out of North Carolina State.

Budda Baker – Arizona’s 2017 second-round pick (36th overall) has totaled 10+ tackles in four games this season and led all NFL DBs with 73 tackles before missing Weeks 11-12 with injury. Earned Pro Bowl and first-team All-Pro honors as a special teamer last season.

Antoine Bethea – Three-time (2007, ‘09, ‘14) Pro Bowler and 13th-year NFL veteran has appeared in 188 regular season games (179 starts) and started all 13 postseason contests he has played. Had a career-high five INTs in 2017, and leads all active NFL players with 1,190 career tackles, according to league stats.

Tre Boston – Tied for the NFL’s fourth most INTs since the start of the 2017 season with eight. Re-joined Cardinals Head Coach Steve Wilks in Arizona after starting his NFL career with Wilks in Carolina.

Rudy Ford – Cardinals 2017 sixth-round pick (208th overall) has 12 special teams tackles in 18 career games. Had 275 tackles, 1.5 sacks, 11.5 tackles for loss and five INTs in 52 games (34 starts) at Auburn.

Dontae Johnson – North Carolina State product was selected by San Francisco in the fourth round (129th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft and recorded 149 tackles, two INTs (both returned for TDs) and 21 passes defensed in 63 games (22 starts) in four years (2014-17) for the 49ers. Signed with Arizona in Week 13 after stints with Buffalo and Seattle.

Leonard Johnson – Sixth-year NFL veteran has played 79 games (28 starts) with Tampa Bay (2012-14), New England (2015), Carolina (2016), Buffalo (2017) and Arizona (2018). Entered the league as a rookie free agent with the Buccaneers out of Iowa State.

Patrick Peterson – Fifth overall pick in 2011 joined HOF RBs Jim Brown and Barry Sanders as only players with seven Pro Bowls before age 28. Has allowed the fewest receptions (22) and the seventh lowest passer rating (76.1) among NFL CBs with at least 700 snaps in 2018, according to Pro Football Focus.

Quinten Rollins – Miami (OH) product was selected by Green Bay in the second round (62nd overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft and recorded 94 tackles, three INTs (one returned for a TD) and 22 passes defensed in 33 games (15 starts) in three years (2015-17) for the Packers. Signed with Arizona in Week 13 after being released by Green Bay in Week 2.

Brandon Williams – Cardinals 2016 third-round pick has 23 tackles, four passes defensed and nine special teams tackles in 40 games. Appeared on special teams in all 16 games during the 2017 season.

SPECIALISTS

Aaron Brewer – Has payed 96 regular season games and eight postseason contests for the Cardinals (2016-18) and Broncos (2012-15).

Zane Gonzalez – Arizona State product signed to the Cardinals practice squad on 11/20 and was elevated to the active roster on 11/26. Became the FBS all-time leader in FGs made (96) and points by a kicker (494).

Andy Lee – Three-time Pro Bowl and four-time All-Pro selection ranks seventh in NFL history in career punting average (46.5). Leads the NFL and on pace to break his own single-season franchise record for gross punting average (47.3 in 2017) with a 48.8-yard mark this season.

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NOVEMBER

Tue., Nov. 27 Signed CB Dontae Johnson and CB Quinten Rollins and released CB Chris Jones. Re-signed WR Jalen Tolliver to the practice squad and released DT Vincent Valentine from the practice squad

Mon., Nov. 26 Elevated K Zane Gonzalez to the active roster from the practice squad. Placed LB Josh Bynes (thumb) and kicker Phil Dawson (hip) on injured reserve and released CB Bene Benwikere and OL Andre Smith. Awarded waiver claim on TE Darrell Daniels (Seattle)

Sat., Nov. 24 Elevated QB Charles Kanoff to the active roster and released WR Jalen Tolliver

Thu., Nov. 22 Re-signed DE Vontarrius Dora to the practice squad

Wed., Nov. 21 Re-signed WR Montay Crockett to the practice squad

Tue., Nov. 20 Re-signed CB David Amerson, elevated CB Chris Jones and WR Jalen Tolliver to the active roster from the practice squad and released DE Vontarrius Dora and CB Jamar Taylor. Signed K Zane Gonzalez to the practice squad

Mon., Nov. 19 Released K Matt McCrane

Sat., Nov. 17 Signed K Matt McCrane and elevated DE Vontarrius Dora to the active roster from the practice squad. Released CB David Amerson and WR Kendall Wright

Wed., Nov. 14 Signed CB David Amerson and CB Leonard Johnson and signed OL Rick Leonard to the practice squad

Tue., Nov. 13 Placed OL Justin Pugh (knee) on injured reserve and released S Eddie Pleasant. Released WR Montay Crockett from the practice squad

Wed., Nov. 7 Signed WR Montay Crockett to the practice squad and released OL Kyle Friend from the practice squad

Mon., Nov. 5 Re-signed WR Kendall Wright and signed OL Zack Golditch from Indianapolis’ practice squad

Sat., Nov. 3 Released QB Sam Bradford and placed OL John Wetzel (neck) on injured reserve

OCTOBER

Wed., Oct. 31 Signed TE Gabe Holmes and DT Vincent Valentine to the practice squad and released DT Pasoni Tasini and TE Andrew Vollert from the practice squad

Tue., Oct. 30 Signed OL Colby Gossett from Minnesota’s practice squad and TE John Phillips. Released OL Blaine Clausell and TE Gabe Holmes. Re-signed DE Vontarrius Dora and OL Kyle Friend to the practice squad and released DE Ufomba Kamalu and K Matt McCrane from the practice squad.

Fri., Oct. 26 Signed K Matt McCrane to the practice squad and released OL Kyle Friend from the practice squad

Tue., Oct. 23 Signed OL Oday Aboushi and released DE Ifeadi Odenigbo. Re-signed CB Deatrick Nichols to the practice squad

Mon., Oct. 22 Signed S Eddie Pleasant and released CB Deatrick Nichols

Fri., Oct. 19 Offensive coordinator Mike McCoy relieved of his duties. Quarterbacks coach Byron Leftwich promoted to offensive coordinator

Thu., Oct. 18 Elevated CB Deatrick Nichols to the active roster from the practice squad and released WR Kendall Wright

Tue., Oct. 16 Signed OL Kyle Friend to the practice squad and released OL Will House from the practice squad

Mon., Oct. 15 Signed RB Brandon Wilds and OL Coleman Shelton to the practice squad and released WR Bernard Reedy and RB Jalen Simmons from the practice squad

Wed., Oct. 10 Re-signed CB Deatrick Nichols to the practice squad

Mon., Oct. 8 Signed WR Kendall Wright and released CB Deatrick Nichols

Tue., Oct. 2 Signed WR Bernard Reedy and S Darian Thompson to the practice squad and released S Demetrious Cox and LB Nigel Harris from the practice squad

SEPTEMBER

Tue., Sep. 25 Signed DE Ufomba Kamalu to the practice squad and released DE Alec James from the practice squad

Mon., Sep. 24 Awarded waiver claim on DE Ifeadi Odenigbo and released DE Jacquies Smith

Wed., Sep. 19 Signed LB Joe Walker from Philadelphia’s practice squad and signed RB Jalen Simmons to the practice squad

Tue., Sep. 18 Released DT Garrison Smith, signed LB Nigel Harris to the practice squad and released LB B.J. Bello from the practice squad

Sat., Sep. 8 Signed RB David Johnson to a contract extension through the 2021 season

Mon, Sep. 3 Signed LB B.J. Bello, S Demetrious Cox and CB Chris Jones to the practice squad

Sun., Sep. 2 Awarded waiver claims on OL Blaine Clausell (Carolina), DT Garrison Smith (Atlanta) and OL Jeremy Vujnovich (Indianapolis). Signed DE Zach Moore, waived/injured DE Vontarrius Dora and S A.J. Howard, and released OL Evan Boehm and OL Will Holden. Re-signed OL Will House, DE Alec James, QB Charles Kanoff, RB Elijhaa Penny, DT Pasoni Tasini, WR Jalen Tolliver and TE Andrew Vollert to the practice squad.

Sat., Sep. 1 Released WR Carlton Agudosi, OL Josh Allen, DT Siupeli Anau, RB Sherman Badie, TE Alec Bloom, WR Brice Butler, CB Chris Campbell, DE Cap Capi, S Travell Dixon, WR C.J. Duncan, OL Will House, DE Alec James, QB Charles Kanoff, WR Greg Little, K Matt McCrane, LB Airius Moore, CB Jonathan Moxey, DT Owen Obasuyi, LB Matthew Oplinger, OL Vinston Painter, FB Elijhaa Penny, OL Greg Pyke, LB Edmond Robinson, CB Tim Scott, DT Pasoni Tasini, CB Tavierre Thomas, WR Jalen Tolliver, DT Tani Tupou, RB Darius Victor, TE Andrew Vollert, OL Brant Weiss, TE Bryce Williams, DT Nigel Williams, WR Corey Willis, LB Scooby Wright III. Activated LB Markus Golden (knee) and TE Jermaine Gresham (achilles) from PUP, placed DE Arthur Moats (knee) on injured reserve and reached an injury settlement with S Harlan Miller (knee)

AUGUST

Tue., Aug. 28 Placed RB D.J. Foster (knee) on injured reserve and re- signed RB Darius Victor

Fri., Aug. 24 Signed C A.Q. Shipley to a one-year contract extension

Wed., Aug. 22 Signed DT Tani Tupou and DT Nigel Williams and released TE Chris Bazile and WR Austin Wolf

Wed., Aug. 15 Re-signed S Harlan Miller and waived/injured CB Lou Young III (hamstring)

Tue., Aug. 14 Signed WR Austin Wolf and released WR Rashad Ross

Mon., Aug. 13 Signed LB Gerald Hodges to a one-year contract and waived/injured LB Jeremy Cash

Fri., Aug. 10 Signed CB Tim Scott

Tue., Aug. 7 Placed C A.Q. Shipley (knee) on injured reserve

Thu., Aug. 2 Signed DE Cap Capi and waived/injured DE Bryson Albright

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JULY

Fri., July 27 Signed S Tre Boston and released DE Moubarak Djeri

Thu., July 26 Signed DE Arthur Moats and DE Jacquies Smith and waived/injured DE Praise Martin-Oguike

Mon., July 23 Signed TE Chris Bazile and waived/non-football injury TE Beau Sandland. Placed CB Chris Campbell (ankle), DE Markus Golden (knee) and TE Jermaine Gresham (achilles) on active/PUP

JUNE

Fri., June 15 Signed WR Greg Little and released LB Frank Ginda and WR Cobi Hamilton

Thu., June 14 Signed P Andy Lee to a two-year contract extension

Mon., June 11 Signed S Travell Dixon and waived/injured S Jonathan Owens (knee)

Fri., June 1 Signed RB Sherman Badie and waived/left squad FB Austin Ramesh

MAY

Thu., May 31 Signed OL Mason Cole (3rd round) to a four-year contract

Thu., May 24 Signed WR Christian Kirk (2nd round) to a four-year contract

Mon., May 21 Released CB Marcus Williams

Sat., May 19 Agreed to a trade to acquire CB Jamar Taylor from the Cleveland Browns for a sixth-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft

Mon., May 14 Signed DT Siupeli Anau, WR C.J. Duncan, LB Airius Moore and OL Greg Pyke. Released CB Elijah Battle, LB Mike Needham, OL Austin Olsen and WR Jonah Trinnaman

Fri., May 11 Signed RB Chase Edmonds (4th round), CB Chris Campbell (6th round) and OL Korey Cunningham (7th round) to four- year contracts

Thu., May 10 Signed FB Derrick Coleman to a one-year contract and released RB Bronson Hill. Signed QB Josh Rosen (1st round) to a four-year contract with a team option for a fifth

Wed., May 9 Released DT Peli Anau and S Harlan Miller

Mon., May 7 Released QB Brandon Doughty and QB Alek Torgersen

Tue., May 1 Released CB Jarell Carter, CB C.J. Goodwin, RB Darius Victor and LS Drew Williams. Waived/injured LB Gabe Martin (Achilles)

APRIL

Mon., Apr. 30 Agreed to terms with 24 rookie free agents: CB Elijah Battle, TE Alec Bloom, LB Dennis Gardeck, LB Frank Ginda, OL Will House, S A.J. Howard, DE Alec James, QB Chad Kanoff, K Matt McCrane, LB Mike Needham, CB Deatrick Nichols, DE Owen Obasuyi, OL Austin Olsen, LB Matthew Oplinger, S Jonathan Owens, FB Austin Ramesh, WR Trent Sherfield, CB Tavierre Thomas, WR Jalen Tolliver, WR Jonah Trinnaman, S Zeke Turner, TE Andrew Vollert, OL Brant Weiss, WR Corey Willis

Mon., Apr. 23 Signed DE Benson Mayowa to a one-year contract

Thu., Apr. 19 Signed CB Marcus Williams to a one-year contract

Mon., Apr. 16 Signed TE Beau Sandland to a one-year contract

Thu., Apr. 12 Released OL Max Tuerk

Wed., Apr. 11 Signed TE Bryce Williams to a one-year contract

Thu., Apr. 5 Awarded QB Brandon Doughty (Miami) and QB Alek Torgersen (Detroit) off of waivers

Tue., Apr. 3 CB C.J. Goodwin, RB Elijhaa Penny, DL Olsen Pierre and OL John Wetzel signed one-year contracts

Mon., Apr. 2 Signed WR Brice Butler to a two-year contract

MARCH

Wed., Mar. 28 Signed DL Moubarak Djeri to a one-year contract

Fri., Mar. 23 Signed CB Bene Benwikere to a one-year contract and traded T Jared Veldheer to the Broncos for a sixth-round pick (#182) in the 2018 NFL Draft

Thu., Mar. 22 Re-signed C Daniel Munyer to a one-year contract and awarded WR Cobi Hamilton (Houston) off of waivers

Sat., Mar. 17 Signed OL Justin Pugh to a five-year contract

Fri., Mar. 16 Signed QB Sam Bradford to a three-year contract, OL Andre Smith to a two-year contract, QB Mike Glennon to a two- year contract, LB Josh Bynes to a three-year contract and OL Vinston Painter to a one-year contract. Awarded LB Jeremy Cash (Cleveland) off of waivers and released DL Josh Mauro

Wed., Mar. 14 Released S Tyrann Mathieu

Tue., Mar. 13 Extended a tender offer to restricted free agent DL Xavier Williams and released RB Adrian Peterson

Fri., Mar. 9 Extended tender offers to exclusive rights free agents CB C.J. Goodwin, RB Elijhaa Penny, DL Olsen Pierre and OL John Wetzel

Wed., Mar. 7 Re-signed LS Aaron Brewer to a four-year contract

FEBRUARY

Wed., Feb. 14 Hired assistant coaches Chris Achuff (assistant defensive line), Ray Brown, (offensive line), Alonso Escalante (defensive quality control), Charlie Harbison (assistant defensive backs), Don Johnson (senior assistant/defensive line), Randall McCray (assistant special teams), David Merritt, Sr. (defensive backs), Jason Michael (tight ends), Troy Rothenbuhler (offensive quality control), Cameron Turner (offensive assistant) and Kirby Wilson (running backs). Terry Allen (Bill Bidwill Fellowship/RB’s), Larry Foote (linebackers), Kevin Garver (wide receivers), Steve Heiden (assistant offensive line), Byron Leftwich (quarterbacks) and Buddy Morris (strength and conditioning) all return to the coaching staff.

Mon., Feb. 12 Signed GM Steve Keim to an extension that keeps him under contract through 2022. Signed CB Lou Young III to a one-year contract

JANUARY

Fri., Jan. 26 Hired Al Holcomb (defensive coordinator), Mike McCoy (offensive coordinator) and Jeff Rodgers (special teams coordinator)

Mon., Jan. 22 Hired Steve Wilks as head coach. Agreed to terms on a four-year contract with a team option for a fifth year

Fri., Jan. 19 Signed LB Praise Martin-Oguike to a future contract for the 2018 season

Tue., Jan. 2 QB Carson Palmer announced his retirement. Re-signed WR Carlton Agudosi, DL Peli Anau, CB Jarell Carter, LB Vontarrius Dora, CB Jonathan Moxey, WR Rashad Ross, DL Pasoni Tasini and RB Darius Victor to future contracts for the 2018 season and signed OL Josh Allen and LS Drew Williams to future contracts for 2018.

Mon., Jan. 1 Head coach Bruce Arians announced his retirement

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In week 1 of the regular season, Washington came to AZ and spoiled the Cardinals fi rst game in recently renamed State Farm Stadium as well as the debut of fi rst-year head coach Steve Wilks. Behind new QB Alex Smith and running backs Adrian Peterson and Chris Thompson, Washington’s off ense hummed while Arizona’s had diffi culty establishing a rhythm. It all added up to a 24-6 season opening home loss for the Cardinals.

In the late fi rst quarter and into the second, the Redskins off ense launched three consecutive lengthy TD drives (80, 73, and 92 yards) to take a 21-0 halftime lead. Those drives helped Washington achieve a 22:57 to 7:03 time of possession advantage in the in a fi rst half that saw Arizona’s off ense possess it just three times and run only 14 plays. On the opening play of the 2nd quarter, Thompson caught a 13-yard pass from Smith that capped an 11-play, 80-yard drive that made it 7-0. Their next series saw them go 73 yards in 15 plays and ended with Peterson’s 1-yard TD run that made it 14-0. With 0:08 remaining before intermission, Washington faced a 3rd-n-goal from the AZ 4 when Smith hit TE Jordan Reed with a TD pass that made it 21-0.

Neither team scored in the third quarter but early in the fourth, Dustin Hopkins’ 31-yard FG made it 24-0. The next drive was Arizona’s most effi cient of the afternoon; on it, new Cards QB Sam Bradford was 8 for 8 passing for 42 yards and rookie RB Chase Edmonds added 20 yards on 3 carries. It ended when David Johnson ran it in from 2 yards out. It was the 34th TD in 34 games for Johnson who saw his fi rst action since suff ering a season-ending wrist injury in the 2017 opener. About 20 hours earlier the talented Johnson signed an extension that keeps him under contract with the Cardinals thru the end of the 2021 season.

Starting season #15 with the Cardinals, WR Larry Fitzgerald led all receivers with 7 catches for 76 yards. He also extended his streak of games with a reception to 212 games, #2 in NFL history behind only Jerry Rice (274). Another 15th year player out of Pitt also had an exceptional day for the Cardinals: punter Andy Lee repeatedly helped the Cardinals fl ip the fi eld on Washington and averaged 52.6 yards (46.2 net) on his 5 punts, three of which landed inside the 20.

In their fi rst divisional match-up of the season, the Cards traveled to Los Angeles to take on the Rams at the Coliseum. On this day, it would be all LA qw the hosts excelled in all three phases to drop the Cards to 0-2. After a scoreless opening quarter, the Rams scored 34 unanswered en route to a decisive victory that improved their mark to 2-0. RB Todd Gurley ran for 3 TDs while QB Jared Goff was 24-32 for354 yards passing. WR Brandin Cooks led the way with 7 catches for 159 receiving yards. Defensively the Rams allowed just 5 fi rst downs and 137 total yards while keeping the Cardinals off the scoreboard.

In the fi rst quarter, the Cardinals defense did an excellent job containing Gurley who rushed six times for minus-1 yard. However, Goff completed 8 of 9 passes for 100 yards to 4 diff erent receivers and by the second play of the 2nd quarter, the Rams had advanced to the AZ11. On 2nd-n-1 from there Gurley took a handoff from Goff , bounced right, and outraced the Cardinals defenders to the pylon. Because veteran kicker Greg Zuerlein injured his groin in pre-game warm-ups, LA went for 2 and converted on a Gurley run that made it 8-0. After a Cards 3-n-out, the Rams moved 52 yards in 10 plays and faced a 3rd-n-goal from the 2. Goff had WR Cooper Kupp open in the end zone but DE Chandler Jones alertly got his hand up and knocked the pass down. Punter Johnny Hekker then came on to attempt his fi rst career FG and knocked it thru to make it 11-0. Late in the 2nd quarter, AZ punted it back to the Rams and returner JoJo Natson took it 60 yards to the AZ32. On the last play of the opening half, Gurley punched it on 4th-n-goal from the 1; his run on the subsequent 2-point conversion made it 19-0 at intermission.

Up 19-0, the Rams opened the 2nd half with a 57-yard completion from Goff to Cooks down the deep middle on their fi rst play from scrimmage which took it to the AZ 22. Three plays later on 3rd-n-9 from the 21, Goff was fl ushed out of the pocket and rolled to his right but his pass attempt was intercepted by CB Patrick Peterson at the 2 to halt the threat. It was the 22nd career INT for the all-pro Peterson, miving him into 8th in team history. AZ would pick up one fi rst down before being forced to punt, after which the Rams would take over at their own 44. Five plays and 56 yards later, Gurley scored his 3rd TD of the day on a 1-yard run and Goff ’s pass to RB Malcom Brown on the 2-point try made it 27-0 with 3:39 remaining in the 3rd quarter. A Goff TD pass to TE Tyler Higbee with 3:17 remaining in the game provided the contest’s fi nal points.

1 2 3 4 OT FINAL FIELD GOAL BREAKDOWNREDSKINS 0 21 0 3 -- 24 D. Hopkins (31)CARDINALS 0 0 0 6 -- 6 --

TEAM QTR. TIME SCORING PLAY DRIVE SCORERedskins 2 14:54 Thompson 13-yard pass from Smith (Hopkins kick) 11-80, 5:53 7-0Redskins 2 4:10 Peterson 1-yard run (Hopkins kick) 15-73, 9:06 14-0Redskins 2 0:08 Reed 4-yard pass from Smith (Hopkins kick) 10-92, 3:11 21-0Redskins 4 12:13 Hopkins 31-yard FG 10-63, 4:42 24-0Cardinals 4 5:47 Johnson 2-yard run (pass failed) 13-75, 6:26 24-6

1 2 3 4 OT FINAL FIELD GOAL BREAKDOWNCARDINALS 0 0 0 0 -- 0 --RAMS 0 19 8 7 -- 34 J. Hekker (20)

TEAM QTR. TIME SCORING PLAY DRIVE SCORERams 2 14:29 Gurley 11-yard run (Gurley run) 4-59, 1:19 0-8Rams 2 8:07 Hekker 20-yard FG 11-52, 4:45 0-11Rams 2 0:00 Gurley 1-yard run (Gurley run) 8-32, 4:18 0-19Rams 3 3:39 Gurley 2-yard run (Goff -Brown pass) 5-56, 2:10 0 27Rams 4 3:17 Higbee 3-yard pass from Goff (Hekker kick) 7-25, 3:45 0-34

GAME 1 // REDSKINS 24, CARDINALS 6 // SEPTEMBER 9, 2018 // STATE FARM STADIUM (61,613)

GAME 2 // CARDINALS 0, RAMS 34 // SEPTEMBER 16, 2018 // LOS ANGELES MEMORIAL COLISEUM (66,515)

STATISTICS

WAS AZFirst Downs 30 143rd Down Eff . (Pct) 6-13 (46) 1-8 (13)Total Plays 75 51Avg. Gain 5.7 4.2Rushes-Yards 42-182 15-68Net Passing Yards 247 145Total Net Yards 429 213Passing (A-C-I) 30-21-0 34-20-1Sacked by Opp. 3-8 2-8Punts-Average 4-46.5 5-52.6Fumbles-Lost 3-1 1-1Penalties 9-63 9-67Time of Possession 38:08 21:52

Weather: Indoors

RUSHINGRedskin: Peterson 26-96, TD; Thompson 5-65; A.Smith 8-14; Kelley 3-7.CARDS: D.Johnson 9-37, TD; Edmonds 4-24; Brad-ford 2-7.

PASSINGRedskins: Smith 21-30, 255 yds, 2 TD, 0 INT.CARDS: Bradford 20-34, 153 yds, 0 TD, 1 INT.

RECEIVINGRedskins: Thompson 6-63, TD; Reed 4-48, TD; Rich-ardson 4-22; Crowder 3-32; Peterson 2-70; Doctson 1-11; Davis 1-9.CARDS: Fitzgerald 7-76; D.Johnson 5-30; Edmonds 4-24; Seals-Jones 3-19; Kirk 1-4.

INTERCEPTIONSRedskins: Dunbar 1-(-3).CARDS: None.

STATISTICS

AZ LARFirst Downs 5 243rd Down Eff . (Pct) 3-12 (25) 8-15 (53)Total Plays 43 67Avg. Gain 3.2 6.4 Rushes-Yards 15-54 33-90Net Passing Yards 83 342Total Net Yards 137 432Passing (A-C-I) 27-17-1 2-24-1Sacked by Opp. 1-7 2-12Punts-Average 8-50.4 2-51.0Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0Penalties 9-47 5-49Time of Possession 25:52 34:08

Weather: Sunny and warm, 86 degrees, humidity 35%, wind SW 2 mph.

RUSHINGCARDS: D.Johnson 13-48; Edmonds 1-5;Coleman 1-1.Rams: Brown 12-46; Gurley 19-42, 3 TD; Goff 2-2.

PASSINGCARDS: Bradford 17-27, 90 yds, 0 TD, 1 INT.Rams: Goff 24-32, 354 yds, 1 TD, 1 INT.

RECEIVINGCARDS: Edmonds 5-15; Cirk 4-27; Seals-Jones 4-17; Fitzgerald 3-28; D. Johnson 1-3.Rams: Cooks 7-159; Woods 6-81; Kupp 6-63; Gurley 3-31; Everett 1-17; Higbee 1-3, TD.

INTERCEPTIONSCARDS: Peterson 1-0.Rams: Shields 1-22.

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The Bears (1-1) and Cardinals (0-2) met in week 3 at State Farm Stadium. Against a stout Chicago defense that had allowed just 6 total points in quarters 1-3 of their opening two games combined, the Cards jumped out to an early 14-0 lead after a pair of Sam Bradford TD passes. However the Bears chipped away and after a TD and three Cody Parkey FGs, they claimed their fi rst lead of the day with 4:31 remaining. At that point, head coach Steve Wilks inserted rookie QB Josh Rosen in place of Bradford in hopes of creating a spark for a Cards off ense that was held scoreless over the fi nal three quarters. While it reached Chicago territory, the Rosen-led off ense was not able to produce the points needed to pull it out.

As mentioned the game began in promising fashion for the Cards. On the game’s 3rd play from scrimmage, AZ faced a 3rd-n-4 at its own 31. RB David Johnson picked up an A gap blitzer allowing Bradford to fi nd rookie WR Christian Kirk for a 30-yard completion to the CHI39 for the off ense’s biggest gain of the young season. Two snaps later, Bradford found TE Ricky Seals-Jones wide open across the fi eld and their 35-yard TD connection put the Cards up 7-0. The Bears next drive saw them quickly move into AZ territory; but on 3rd-n-6 from the AZ13, DBs Budda Baker and Bene Benwikere came on a blitz and combined to drop Mitchell Trubisky for a 15-yard loss. The sack pushed the Bears back to the AZ28, forcing a 46-yard Parkey FG try that he missed wide right. Late in the 1st, the Bears faced a 3rd-n-7 at their own 27 when DT Robert Nkemdiche forced a Trubisky fumble that fellow DT Corey Peters recovered at the CHI21. On next play, Bradford lofted a 21-yard pass into the arms of RB David Johnson for a TD and 14-0 Cardinals lead. With a minute to go in the fi rst half, AZ took over at the CHI24 after DE Chandler Jones tipped a Trubisky pass at the line and S Tre Boston made a diving INT. The Cards, however, came away pointless as a Khalil Mack sack of Bradford pushed them out of FG range.

Early in the 3rd, Bradford’s deep pass to WR JJ Nelson was INT’d by S Eddie Jackson at the CHI33. From there, the Bears moved 67 yards in 9 plays - the biggest of which was a 39-yard completion to Allen Robinson – and Jordan Howard’s 1-yard run made it 14-10 with 6:16 left in the 3rd. The next AZ drive ended when Bradford’s pass intended for WR Chad Williams was picked off by DB Sherrick McMain and set the Chicago off ense up at the AZ44. Parkey’s 41-yard FG narrowed the defi cit to 1 at 14-13. AZ seemed poised to add to its lead on the ensuing drive when Bradford hit Kirk down the left sideline with a 32-yard gain to the CHI23. On 2nd-n-8 from the 21, Bradford scrambled up the middle but was hit by Mack forcing a fumble that LB Danny Trevathan recovered at the 16. Chicago then moved 59 yards in 13 plays and Parkey’s 43-yard FG put Chicago up 16-14. After that, Rosen entered the game. He moved AZ to the CHI42 but a 3-yard loss on 3rd down led to a 4th-n-5 at the CHI45 with 1:16 left. CB Bryce Callahan’s INT eff ectively snuff ed out Arizona’s last best hope.

In week 4 at State Farm Stadium, the big story entering the game was rookie QB Josh Rosen. The team’s 1st round pick and 10th overall selection, Rosen - at 21 years, 232 days old - became the youngest player in Cards history to start at QB. Twice in the game the Cardinals found themselves trailing the Seahawks and twice Rosen led them back. That included in the fourth quarter when Seattle led 17-10 before the rookie led a 5-play, 80-yard drive that Rosen capped with his 1st career TD pass to tie the game midway through the quarter. Later in the 4th, he marched the Cards into Seattle territory to set-up a go-ahead FG try but Phil Dawson’s 45-yarder was wide right with 1:50 left. That was enough time for Seattle to get into position for Sebastian Janikowski’s 52-yard boot as time expired that won the game for the Seahawks and dropped AZ to 0-4 in heart-breaking fashion.After the teams traded punts to open the game, Seattle advanced to the AZ20 in 5 plays. From there, RB Mike Davis took a handoff and bounced outside before racing down the right sideline to give the Seahawks a 7-0 lead. On the next play from scrimmage, Cards RB David Johnson fumbled and Seattle recovered at the Cards 26. Suddenly staring down the barrel of an early double-digit defi cit, the AZ defense stiff ened and held the Seahawks to a 38-yard FG try that Janikowski pushed right. The Cards off ense answered by driving into Seattle territory and appeared to tie the game on a 22-yard Rosen TD pass to WR Chad Williams. However, a replay review overturned it, saying that Williams did not get his 2nd foot down. That instead led to a 23-yard Dawson FG early in the 2nd quarter. With 5:30 to go before intermission, Seattle was threatening again but Janikowski’s 52-yard FG try missed left giving the Cards great fi eld position at their own 42. Thanks to a 21-yard David Johnson run and a 10-yard Larry Fitzgerald pass on 3rd-n-5, the Cards found themselves at the SEA18 at the 2:00 warning. A defensive pass interference penalty in the end zone then took it to the 1 where Johnson’s TD run made it 10-7 AZ with 1:52 left. With just over :30 remaining, Seattle went for it on 4th-n-1 at the AZ44 but DE Chandler Jones sacked Russell Wilson for a 6-yard loss, turning it over to the Cards off ense at midfi eld. Rosen moved the team into position for a FG try but Dawson’s 50-yarder missed right as time expired.Seattle’s opening drive of the 3rd quarter resulted in a 40-yard Janikowski FG that tied it at 10. The Seahawks then went ahead 17-10 after Davis’ 1-yard run capped a 5-play, 47-yard drive. The 3rd quarter was all Seattle, who doubled AZ in total plays (18-7) and time of possession (10:05-4:55). With 11:38 to play, the Cards found themselves at their own 20 and down 17-10. A 31-yard Rosen pass to TE Ricky Seals-Jones moved it to the SEA 49 and a 32-yard screen pass to Johnson moved it to the 19. Two plays later from the 22, Rosen hit Chad Williams in the end zone with the game-tying TD with 8:59 to go. After the defense sent Seattle 3-n-out, AZ beganh its own 24 with 7:11 left. The Cards moved to the SEA27 at the 2:00 warning but Dawson missed from 45. With 1:50 left, the Seahawks took over at their own 25 and out of timeouts. But that was enough for Wilson to move into position for the game-winner.

1 2 3 4 OT FINAL FIELD GOAL BREAKDOWNBEARS 0 3 10 3 -- 16 C. Parkey 46WR (20) (41) (43)CARDINALS 14 0 0 0 -- 14 --

TEAM QTR. TIME SCORING PLAY DRIVE SCORECARDS 1 12:12 Seals-Jones 35-yard pass from Bradford (Dawson kick) 5-75-2:48 0-7CARDS 1 1:40 Johnson 21-yard pass from Bradford (Dawson kick) 1-21, 0:06 0-14Bears 2 1:54 Parkey 20-yard FG 11-71, 5:27 3-14Bears 3 6:16 Howard 1-yard run (Parkey kick) 9-67, 4:30 10-14Bears 3 0:44 Parkey 41-yard FG 7-21, 2:54 13-14Bears 4 4:31 Parkey 43-yard FG 13-59, 6:52 16-14

1 2 3 4 OT FINAL FIELD GOAL BREAKDOWNSEAHAWKS 7 0 10 3 -- 20 S. Janikowski 38WR 52WL (40) (52)CARDINALS 0 10 0 7 -- 17 P.Dawson (23) 50WR 45WR

TEAM QTR. TIME SCORING PLAY DRIVE SCORESeahawks 1 6:09 M.Davis 20-yard run (Janikowski kick) 6-62 7-0CARDS 2 14:04 Dawson 23-yard FG 13-68, 5:30 7-3CARDS 2 1:52 D.Johnson 1-yard run (Dawson kick) 6-58, 3:32 7-10Seahawks 3 4:59 Janikowski 40-yard FG 14-57, 7:46 10-10Seahawks 3 1:00 M.Davis 1-yard run (Janikowski kick) 5-47, 2:19 17-10CARDS 4 8:59 C.Williams 22-yard pass from Rosen (Dawson kick) 5-80, 2:39 17-17Seahawks 4 0:00 Janikowski 52-yard FG 7-31, 1:50 20-17

GAME 3 // BEARS 16, CARDINALS 14 // SEPTEMBER 23, 2018 // STATE FARM STADIUM (62,163)

GAME 4 // SEAHAWKS 20, CARDINALS 17 // SEPTEMBER 30, 2018 // STATE FARM STADIUM (61,845)

STATISTICS

CHI AZFirst Downs 21 133rd Down Eff . (Pct) 5-14 (36) 3-10 (30)Total Plays 69 48Avg. Gain 4.6 4.6 Rushes-Yards 31-122 18-53Net Passing Yards 194 168Total Net Yards 316 221Passing (A-C-I) 35-24-1 26-17-3Sacked by Opp. 3-26 4-25Punts-Average 3-52.7 4-50.8Fumbles-Lost 1-1 2-1Penalties 7-45 6-43Time of Possession 36:21 23:39

Weather: Indoors

RUSHINGBears: Howard 24-61, TD; Cohen 5-53; Trubisky 2-8.CARDS: D.Johnson 12-31; Rosen 1-12; Edmonds 5-10.

PASSINGBears: Trubisky 24-35, 220 yds, 0 TD, 1 INT.CARDS: Bradford 13-19, 157 yds, 2 TD, 2 INT; Rosen 4-7, 36 yds, 0 TD, I INT.

RECEIVINGBears: Gabriel 6-34; Burton 4-55; Miller 4-35; Rob-inson 3-50; Cohen 3-15; Howard 2-20; Cunningham 1-9; Bellamy 1-2.CARDS: Kirk 7-90; D.Johnson 4-30, TD; Fitzgerald 2-9; Seals-Jones 1-35; Coleman 1-12; Gresham 1-9; C.Williams 1-8.

INTERCEPTIONSBears: Jackson 1-0; McManis 1-0; Callahan 1-0.CARDS: Boston 1-0.

STATISTICS

SEA AZFirst Downs 19 183rd Down Eff . (Pct) 0-10 (0) 5-12 (42)Total Plays 62 56Avg. Gain 5.3 4.7Rushes-Yards 34-171 28-92Net Passing Yards 160 171Total Net Yards 331 263Passing (A-C-I) 26-19-0 27-15-0Sacked by Opp. 2-12 1-9Punts-Average 4-47.5 5-50.6Fumbles-Lost 3-0 2-1Penalties 8-57 5-38Time of Possession 31:46 28:14

Weather: Indoors

RUSHINGSeahawks: M. Davis 21-101, 2 TD; Penny 9-49; Wil-son 4-21.CARDS: D.Johnson 22-71, TD; Rosen 2-13; Kirk 1-7; Edmonds 3-1.

PASSINGSeahawks: Wilson 19-26, 172, 0 TD, 0 INT.CARDS: Rosen 15-27, 180 yds, 1 TD, 0 INT.

RECEIVINGSeahawks: Lockett 5-53; Baldwin 5-42; Davis 4-23; Moore 2-39; Vannett 1-6; Marshall 1-5; Dissly 1-5.CARDS: Kirk 4-28; D. Johnson 3-42; Fitzgerald 3-28; Seals-Jones 2-52; C.Williams 1-22, TD; Coleman 1-5; Nelson 1-4.

INTERCEPTIONSSeahawks: None.CARDS: None.

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The Cardinals recorded their fi rst victory of 2018 and under head coach Steve Wilks thanks to a 10-point win over in San Francisco. The 49ers scored a TD on the opening drive of the afternoon and enjoyed a decisive edge in most statistical categories. However, the Cards hit on a 75-yard TD pass on their fi rst play from scrimmage and had a 5-0 turnover advantage (3 fumble recoveries and 2 INTs). Three of those takeaways led to touchdowns including a fumble LB Josh Bynes returned himself for a 4th quarter TD. Arizona DE Chandler Jones was exceptional throughout the game, fi nishing with 6 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, a sack, forced fumble, fumble recovery and knockdown of a pass on a 4th quarter 2-point try that would have tied the game with 6:51 remaining.

The 49ers began the day by methodically moving the ball on the game’s opening drive. Aided by completions of 16 and 25 yards to FB Kyle Juszczyk, San Fran capped the 8-play, 75-yard drive on CJ Beathard’s 5-yard shovel pass to RB Matt Breida but led just 6-0 after mishandling the PAT. The Cards wasted no time striking back. On Arizona’s 1st off ensive snap, Josh Rosen threw it deep to WR Christian Kirk and the 75-yard connection between the rookies put AZ up 7-6. On the 2nd play of the ensuing SF drive, AZ safety Tre Boston made a diving INT to set the Cards up at the SF43 but they could not take advantage. Early in the 2nd quarter, the Niners trailed 7-7 but had advanced to the AZ40. On 1st down from there, RB Raheem Mostert fumbled on a hit by DT Rodney Gunter. CB Patrick Peterson scooped up the loose ball and raced 49 yards down the left sideline to the SF 18. After an 11-yard completion to TE Jermaine Gresham, David Johnson found the end zone on a 2-yard run to put AZ up 14-6.

Early in the 3rd, the 49ers trailed by 8 but had moved to the AZ39. On 1st down from there, Jones came off the edge to strip Beathard in the pocket and recovered the fumble himself. San Fran threatened again on its next series but after reaching the AZ27, the drive stalled and Robbie Gould’s 45-yard FG was wide right. On the following possession, the 49ers again moved the ball deep into AZ territory and on 4th-n-goal from the 1, Beathard threw a TD pass to WR Trent Taylor that made it 14-12 with 6:51 left. A 2-point conversion would tie it but on it Jones sniff ed out a screen pass and knocked it down at the line. With just under 5 minutes to play, AZ still led 14-12 but the Niners had it at their own 41. LB Haason Reddick then got to Beathard, forcing a fumble that Bynes picked up and returned 23 yards for a TD that made it 21-12. A minute later, CB Bene Benwikere’s INT and 21-yard return to the SF26 set up a 6-yard Johnson TD run 5 plays later that made it 28-12. The Niners then went 76 yards in 10 plays and narrowed the gap with Bethard’s 1-yard TD run that made it 28-18 with 1:29 left. But after unsuccessfully executing both a 2-point try and an on-side kick, AZ was able to kneel down the game’s remaining time.

In week 6 at Minnesota, the Cards & Vikings were tied at 10 in the fi nal minute of the 1st half. But from there the hosts scored 17 straight points on 3 straight possessions (FG-TD-TD) to take a lead that proved insurmountable. In the end, a 10-point Vikings win dropped AZ to 1-5 on the season. The loss came in spite of a strong defensive eff ort that saw the Cards consistently harass QB Kirk Cousins, knocking down 7 passes, sacking him 4 times, hurrying him on 7 other occasions and forcing a fumble that S Budda Baker returned for a defensive TD. DT Corey Peters had 2 of the sacks while DE Chandler Jones had 1.5.

On their opening series of the game, the Vikings took over at their own 31. They moved to the AZ42 but the Cards stopped them on both 3rd-n-2 and 4th-n-2 from there. On each play, the Cards knocked down Cousins passes at the line, fi rst by DE Benson Mayowa and then by Peters. On the ensuing AZ drive, a 35-yard Josh Rosen to Christian Kirk pass moved it to the MN 11 and set up a 26-yard Phil Dawson FG that made it 3-0. The Vikings responded with a 6-play, 75-yard scoring drive that ended on Latavius Murray’s 21-yard TD run to go up 7-3. On the next play from scrimmage, RB David Johnson fumbled and the Vikings recovered at the AZ31. A Peters sack for minus-7 and a Chandler Jones tackle for a 4-yard loss on consecutive plays forced Minnesota to settle for a 37-yard Dan Bailey FG that made it 10-3. Early in the 2nd, the Vikings faced a 3rd-n-1 at their own 40 when Mayowa pressured Cousins forcing a hurried pass that Tre Boston INT’d at the MIN47. On the next play, Rosen connected deep down the left sideline with TE Ricky Seals-Jones on a 40-yard completion to the 7. After an incompletion on 3rd-n-goal from the 1, the Cards went for it but Johnson’s run was stopped short of the goal line. On the next MIN drive, Chandler Jones got to Cousins on a sack forcing a fumble that S Budda Baker scooped up and returned 36 yards for a TD that tied the game at 10. In the fi rst half’s fi nal seconds, Bailey hit a 48-yard go-ahead FG to put the Vikes up 3 at intermission.

The Vikings opened the 3rd quarter with TDs on their fi rst two drives. First, Cousins capped a 10-play, 75-yard drive with a 13-yard TD pass to WR Adam Thielen, The Vikings started their next drive at the AZ43 and on the fi rst play, Murray rushed 34 yards to the 9. A play later, Cousins ran it around the right end of a 7-yard TD that made it 27-10. Thielen fi nished the game with 11 catches for 123 yards while Murray gained 155 rushing yards on 24 attempts. The Cards would add a TD in the 4th when Johnson’s 1-yard run ended a 7-play, 69-yard drive. On it, Rosen was 5-5 for 68 yards and Seals-Jones and Larry Fitzgerald each had a pair of catches. Arizona could get no closer and would fall by that 27-17 margin.

1 2 3 4 OT FINAL FIELD GOAL BREAKDOWNCARDINALS 7 7 0 14 -- 28 --49ERS 6 0 0 12 -- 18 R. Gould 45WR

TEAM QTR. TIME SCORING PLAY DRIVE SCORE49ers 1 9:39 Breida 5-yard pass from Beathard (run failed) 8-75, 5:11 0-6CARDS 1 9:38 Kirk 75-yard pass from Rosen (Dawson kick) 1-75, 0:10 7-6CARDS 2 11:00 D.Johnson 2-yard run (Dawson kick) 4-18, 2:15 14-649ers 4 6:51 T. Taylor 1-yard pass from Beathard (pass failed) 14-83, 5:46 14-12CARDS 4 4:33 Bynes 23-yard fumble return (Dawson kick) -- 21-12CARDS 4 3:21 D.Johnson 6-yard run (Dawson kick) 5-26, 0:27 28-1249ers 4 1:29 Beathard 1-yard run (pass failed) 10-76, 1:52 28-18

1 2 3 4 OT FINAL FIELD GOAL BREAKDOWNCARDINALS 3 7 0 7 -- 17 P. Dawson (26)VIKINGS 7 3 14 0 -- 27 D.Bailey (37) (48)

TEAM QTR. TIME SCORING PLAY DRIVE SCORECARDS 1 8:18 Dawson 26-yard FG 7-49, 2:47 3-0Vikings 1 5:33 Murray 21-yard run (Bailey kick) 6-75, 2:45 3-7Vikings 1 2:03 Bailey 37-yard FG 6-12, 3:23 3-10CARDS 2 4:13 Baker 36-yard fumble recovery (Dawson kick) -- 10-10Vikings 2 0:07 Bailey 48-yard FG 7-36, 1:13 10-13Vikings 3 10:06 Thielen 13-yard pass from Cousins (Bailey kick) 10-75, 4:54 10-20Vikings 3 6:37 Cousins 7-yard run (Bailey kick) 3-43, 1:11 10-27CARDS 4 6:57 D.Johnson 1-yard run (Dawson kick) 7-69, 2:48 17-27

GAME 5 // CARDINALS 28, 49ERS 18 // OCTOBER 7, 2018 // LEVI’S STADIUM (68,337)

GAME 6 // VIKINGS 27, CARDINALS 17 // OCTOBER 14, 2018 // U.S. BANK STADIUM (66,801)

STATISTICS

AZ SFFirst Downs 10 333rd Down Eff . (Pct) 2-12 (17) 10-17 (59)Total Plays 49 92Avg. Gain 4.5 4.9Rushes-Yards 23-56 34-147Net Passing Yards 164 300Total Net Yards 220 447Passing (A-C-I) 25-10-0 54-34-2Sacked by Opp. 1-6 4-49Punts-Average 8-39.6 4-44.3Fumbles-Lost 1-0 4-3Penalties 5-46 9-65Time of Possession 19:48 40:12

Weather: Sunny and clear, 79 degrees, 19% humid-ity, Winds N 15 mph

RUSHINGCARDS: D.Johnson 18-55, 2 TD; Kirk 1-5; Edmonds 1-(-1); Rosen 3-(-3).49ers: Morris 18-61; Breida 8-56; Juszczyk 1-12; Mosfert 5-11; Beathard 2-7, TD.

PASSINGCARDS: Rosen 10-15, 170 yds, 1 TD, 0 INT.49ers: Beathard 34-54, 349 yds, 2 TD, 2 INT,

RECEIVINGCARDS: Kirk 3-85, TD; Fitzgerald 2-35; C.Williams 2-23; D.Johnson 2-16; Gresham 1-11.49ers: T.Taylor 7-61, TD; Juszczyk 6-75; Kittle 5-83; Garcon 5-47; Bourne 4-33; Morris 3-30; Bolden 1-10; James 1-7; Breida 1-5, TD; Mosfert 1-(-2).

INTERCEPTIONSCARDS: Benwikere 1-21; Boston 1-9.49ers: None.

STATISTICS

AZ MINFirst Downs 16 203rd Down Eff . (Pct) 0-10 (0) 5-14 (36)Total Plays 55 70Avg. Gain 4.9 5.0Rushes-Yards 20-61 32-195Net Passing Yards 208 216Total Net Yards 269 411Passing (A-C-I) 31-21-1 34-24-1Sacked by Opp. 4-32 4-17Punts-Average 6-48.0 5-45.0Fumbles-Lost 1-1 1-1Penalties 5-30 9-52Time of Possession 25:45 34:15

Weather: Indoors

RUSHINGCARDS: D.Johnson 18-55, 1 TD; Edmonds 1-4; Coleman 1-2.Vikings: Murray 24-155, TD; Boone 1-20; Cousins 4-14, TD; Diggs 1-9; Ham 1-1; Thomas 1-(-4).

PASSINGCARDS: Rosen 21-31, 240 yds, 0 TD, 1 INT.Vikings: Cousins 24-34, 233, 1 TD, 1 INT.

RECEIVINGCARDS: Kirk 6-77; Seals-Jones 5-69; Fitzgerald 5-39; D.Johnson 2-15; Gresham 1-26; Nelson 1-9; C.Williams 1-9.Vikings: Thielen 11-123, TD; Treadwell 4-38; Ru-dolph 4-37; Diggs 3-33; Murray 1-3; Cousins 1-(-1).

INTERCEPTIONSCARDS: Boston 1-0.Vikings: Harris 1-0.

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In a Thursday night match-up in AZ, the Broncos started fast and never looked back. They recorded fi ve takeaways and six diff erent Denver players scored touchdowns. That included a pair of defenders who returned 1st quarter INTs for TD that contributed to a 35-point 1st half for Denver. The 45-10 victory upped the Broncos record to 3-4 while the loss dropped the Cards to 1-5 on the season.

The Cardinals’ diffi culties began almost immediately. On the game’s 2nd play from scrimmage, QB Josh Rosen’s pass was batted into the air at the line of scrimmage by Denver DE Derek Wolfe; LB Todd Davis hauled it in and returned the INT 20 yards for a TD. Following an Arizona punt, the Broncos off ense took the fi eld for the fi rst time and moved from their own 23 to the AZ28 in 5 plays. On a 1st down play from there, WR Emmanuel Sanders took the ball on a reverse and ran to his right before lofting a pass into the end zone that WR Courtland Sutton dove to secure for a TD. Down 14-0, the Cards next drive advanced to the DEN25 thanks to Rosen completions to RB David Johnson, WR Larry Fitzgerald and TE Ricky Seals-Jones. They were stopped on 3rd-n-4 from there and came away with a 43-yard Phil Dawson FG that made it 14-3 with 5:23 in the opening quarter. That was as close as the Cards would get on this night. With just over 2 minutes left in the 1st quarter, the Cards faced a 3rd-n-1 at their own 46. Rosen targeted WR JJ Nelson who was knocked off his route and the ball was instead intercepted by Denver CB Chris Harris who took it 53 yards for a score. Up 21-3, Denver started its next drive on its own 35 early in the 2nd quarter. On the fi rst play, Case Keenum would fi nd a wide-open Sanders deep downfi eld for a 64-yard TD pass that made it 28-3. The only other points of the 1st half came in the fi nal minute when RB Royce Freeman capped a 15-play, 70-yard drive with his 1-yard run that made it 35-3 at intermission.

The Broncos got the ball to start the 2nd half but CB Patrick Peterson snuff ed out that drive with an INT off Keenum, the all-pro CB’s 23rd career theft. On the ensuing series, the Cards turned in their best drive of the evening, an 11-play, 63-yard eff ort that ended when Rosen hit WR Larry Fitzgerald with a 4-yard TD pass. Trailing 35-10, the Cards had another chance to cut into the defi cit after forcing a Denver 3-n-out. However, when AZ got the ball back, LB Von Miller forced a Rosen fumble that DE DeMarcus Walker recovered at the AZ43. Two plays later, RB Phillip Lindsay ran 28 yards for a TD that made it 42-10 with 3:23 left in the third. The game’s fi nal points came via a 41-yard Brandon McManus FG with 5:35 left in the game that made the fi nal tally 45-10.

The Cardinals closed the fi rst half of the season at home against the 49ers and trailed by 12 in the 4th quarter. But behind rookie QB Josh Rosen and on the shoulders of 15-year vet Larry Fitzgerald, they would rally to score 15 unanswered including the go-ahead TD with :34 left. It was Arizona’s 8th straight win in the series vs San Fran and made for a successful debut for Byron Leftwich in his fi rst game as off ensive coordinator. It marked the fi rst time since 1999 that the Cards overcame a 4th quarter defi cit of 12+ points and upped the team’s 2018 record to 2-6. Rosen became the NFL’s fi rst rookie QB to overcome a double-digit 4th quarter defi cit since Andrew Luck and Russell Wilson both did it in 2012. In the pivotal fi nal quarter Rosen was 12-18 for 15 yards with 2 TDs and 0 INTs (129.4 rating) while Fitzgerald caught 4 passes for 81 yards and a TD, adding another catch on a successful 2-point conversion.While the game’s fi nish was thrilling, its start was inauspicious for the Cards. Three plays after beginning their 2nd off ensive series at their own 5, Rosen was fl agged for intentional grounding in the end zone resulting in a safety. Later in the 1st half, AZ embarked on a long drive into San Fran territory. Rosen was 5-7 for 46 yards on the possession that would reach the SF8 and Phil Dawson’s 31-yard FG ended the 12-play, 78-yard drive that made it 3-2. With 6:30 to go before halftime, Rosen was intercepted by San Fran S Jaquiski Tartt and the 23-yard return took it to the AZ12. A critical stand by the Cardinal defense ensued. S Budda Baker had a 5-yard tackle for loss on 1st down and DT Robert Nkemdiche tipped a pass at the line on 3rd down to force a 27-yard Robbie Gould FG that put the 49ers back up 5-3 at the half.Eight minutes into the 3rd quarter, San Fran faced a 3rd-n-6 from its own 45 when C.J. Beathard hit Marquise Goodwin with a short crossing pass that the speedy WR took 55 yards for a TD. At the start of the 4th, the 49ers were threatening inside the 10 but the defense again held them to a short FG. Down 15-3 with 13:33 remaining, the Cards needed a spark. As usual, they got it from Fitzgerald whose 37-yard catch combined with a roughing the passer penalty quickly took it from the AZ37 to the SF13. Two plays later Fitz hauled in career TD #112 with a 13-yarder from Rosen that cut the defi cit to 5. After forcing a 49ers punt, AZ took over at its own 17 with 6:52 remaining. That drive would end two minutes later when TE Jermaine Gresham fumbled at the end of a catch and run into SF territory; the Niners recovered at their own 30 with 4:44 to play and up 5. But a 3rd down sack split between Baker and DT Rodney Gunter forced a SF punt, after which the Cards took over at their own 27 with 2:16 left and one timeout. Rosen completed consecutive passes to Fitzgerald (11 & 20 yards) and a 19-yarder to Kirk moved it to the SF23 with 1:30 remaining. With :39 left, AZ faced a 3rd-n-goal from the 9 when Rosen fi red to the back of the end zone. Kirk snared it at the end line, absorbed a huge hit, and held on for the go-ahead TD. Fitzgerald’s grab on the 2-point try made it 18-15 and was punctuated by his 1st career celebratory spike. The 49ers would advance to the AZ45 before both time and their comeback hopes expired simultaneously.

1 2 3 4 OT FINAL FIELD GOAL BREAKDOWNBRONCOS 21 14 7 3 -- 45 B. McManus (41)CARDINALS 3 0 7 0 -- 10 P. Dawson (43)

TEAM QTR. TIME SCORING PLAY DRIVE SCOREBroncos 1 14:01 T.Davis 20-yard INT return (McManus kick) -- 7-0Broncos 1 8:38 Sutton 28-yard pass from Sanders (McManus) 6-77, 3:41 14-0CARDS 1 5:18 Dawson 43-yard FG 9-61, 3:20 14-3Broncos 1 2:02 Harris 53-yard INT return (McManus kick) -- 21-3Broncos 2 14:40 Sanders 64-yard pass from Keenum (McManus kick) 1-64, 0:11 28-3Broncos 2 0:21 Freeman 1-yard run (McManus kick) 15-70, 6:39 35-3CARDS 3 8:33 Fitzgerald 4-yard pass from Rosen (Dawson kick) 11-63, 4:11 35-10Broncos 3 3:32 Lindsay 28-yard run (McManus kick) 3-43, 1:35 42-10Broncos 4 5:35 McManus 41-yard FG 4-(-11), 2:13 45-10

1 2 3 4 OT FINAL FIELD GOAL BREAKDOWN49ERS 2 3 7 3 -- 15 R. Gould (27) (20)CARDINALS 0 3 0 15 -- 18 P. Dawson (31)

TEAM QTR. TIME SCORING PLAY DRIVE SCORENiners 1 4:07 Intentional grounding in end zone for safety -- 2-0CARDS 2 10:23 Dawson 31-yard FG 12-78, 6:33 2-3Niners 2 4:32 Gould 27-yard FG 4-3, 1:41 5-3CARDS 3 6:22 Goodwin 55-yard pass from Beathard (Gould kick) 6-70, 1:34 12-3Niners 4 13:33 Gould 20-yard FG 11-73, 6:14 15-3CARDS 4 11:06 Fitzgerald 13-yard pass from Rosen (Dawson kick) 6-75, 2:27 15-10CARDS 4 0:34 Kirk 9-yard pass from Rosen (Rosen-Fitzgerald pass) 12-73, 1:42 15-18

GAME 7 // BRONCOS 45, CARDINALS 10 // OCTOBER 18, 2018 // STATE FARM STADIUM (62,359)

GAME 8 // CARDINALS 18, 49ERS 15 // OCTOBER 28, 2018 // STATE FARM STADIUM (61,923)

STATISTICS

DEN AZFirst Downs 15 143rd Down Eff . (Pct) 5-13 (38) 4-14 (29)Total Plays 55 66Avg. Gain 5.6 3.4Rushes-Yards 31-131 21-69Net Passing Yards 178 154Total Net Yards 309 223Passing (A-C-I) 22-51-1 39-21-3Sacked by Opp. 2-11 6-40Punts-Average 6-43.5 6-50.7Fumbles-Lost 0-0 3-2Penalties 5-50 7-45Time of Possession 30:49 29:11

Weather: Clear, 82 degrees, Humidity 27%, Winds North 6 mph.

RUSHINGBroncos: Lindsay 14-90, TD; Freeman 13-37; Kee-num 4-4.CARDS: D.Johnson 14-39; Rosen 1-14; Edmonds 5-9; Nelson 1-7.

PASSINGBroncos: Keenum 14-21, 161 yds, 1 TD, 1 INT; Sanders 1-1, 28, 1TD, 0 INT.CARDS: Rosen 21-39, 194 yds, 1 TD, 3 INT.

RECEIVINGBroncos: Sanders 6-102, TD; D.Thomas 5-42; Sut-ton 1-28, TD; LaCosse 1-12; Lindsay 1-6; Booker 1-(-1). CARDS: Fitzgerald 4-40, TD; C.Williams 4-34; Kirk 3-57; D.Johnson 3-31; Edmonds 3-12; Seals-Jones 2-12; Nelson 2-8.

INTERCEPTIONSBroncos: C.Harris 1-53, TD; T.Davis 1-20, TD; Roby 1-0.

STATISTICS

SF AZFirst Downs 16 203rd Down Eff . (Pct) 5-14 (36) 6-14 (43)Total Plays 63 64Avg. Gain 4.2 5.0Rushes-Yards 31-107 21-88Net Passing Yards 160 233Total Net Yards 267 321Passing (A-C-I) 28-14-0 40-23-1Sacked by Opp. 4-30 3-19Punts-Average 7-40.7 5-45.8Fumbles-Lost 2-0 1-1Penalties 5-59 9-62Time of Possession 32:19 27:41

Weather: Indoors.

RUSHINGNiners: Breida 16-42; Morris 6-28; Mostert 2-18; Jus-czyk 2-10; Beathard 5-9.CARDS: D.Johnson 16-59; Rosen 2-12; Edmonds 2-9; Nelson 1-8.

PASSINGNiners: Beathard 14-28, 190 yds, 1 TD, 0 INT.CARDS: Rosen 23-40, 252 yds, 2 TD, 1 INT.

RECEIVINGNiners: Bourne 7-71; Kittle 5-57; Goodwin 1-55, TD; Taylor 1-7.CARDS: Fitzgerald 8-102, TD; D.Johnson 4-41; Kirk 3-42, TD; Gresham 3-22; C.Williams 2-21; Seals-Jones 2-12; Edmonds 1-12.

INTERCEPTIONSNiners: Tartt 1-23.CARDS: None.

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The Cardinals traveled to Kansas City in week 10 to face a formidable Chiefs team that owned the NFL’s best record (8-1) and #1 scoring unit (36.3 points/game). They would hold the KC off ense 10 points and 103 yards beneath its season averages while limiting QB Patrick Mahomes to his lowest passing yardage total of the year. Early in the 4th, AZ was within 6 points and had the ball at its own 40. However, Chiefs LB Justin Houston sniff ed out a Josh Rosen screen pass to David Johnson and his interception set up KC at the AZ31. Four plays later, RB Spencer Ware ran it in from 3 yards out to give the Chiefs a 12-point lead with 10 minutes remaining and the Cards would get no closer. For AZ, Johnson enjoyed his best game of the year with 98 rushing yards and 85 receiving along with a TD in each category. DE Chandler Jones had 2 of Arizona’s 5 sacks of Mahomes who had not been taken down more than twice in any game previously. Larry Fitzgerald recorded all 50 of his receiving yards in the 2nd half, enabling him to pass Terrell Owens and move into 2nd place on the NFL’s all-time receiving yardage list.

The Chiefs came out of the blocks blazing; on the game’s fi rst play, Mahomes hit WR Tyreek Hill with a 38-yard pass down the left sideline that took it to the AZ37. A play later, the two connected on a 37-yard strike down the middle that put KC up 7-0 just 56 seconds into the contest. The Cardinals shook that off and responded with a 12-play, 75-yard drive on which Johnson almost exclusively led the way; he ran 6 times for 24 yards and caught 2 passes for 20 including a TD grab on 3rd-n-goal from the 9. AZ also converted three 3rd downs on the drive and fi nished the game at 50% (7-14). After that game-tying TD, the Cards attempted a surprise on-side kick but could not corral the ball before it went out of bounds. Despite giving the potent Chiefs off ense possession at the AZ 38, the AZ defense was able to limit KC to 3 with a 45-yard Harrison Butker FG. On the next Chiefs drive, Butker added another from 46 yards to put them up 13-7 early in the 2nd. The Chiefs threatened again on their next off ensive series. After advancing to the AZ8, the defense pushed them back and they faced a 3rd-n-goal from the 14. On that play, however, Mahomes found Hill with a 14-yard strike in the middle of the end zone that put KC up 20-7 at intermission.

The Cards off ense got the ball fi rst coming out of the locker room and they took advantage. After returner T.J. Logan took the 2nd half-opening kickoff 36 yards to the AZ39, Rosen led a 12-play, 61-yard drive on which Johnson touched it 7 times (6 rushes, 1 reception) and the Cards converted on 3rd down three times. The last Johnson carry was a 1-yard TD run that made it 20-14. That 6-point diff erence remained until the Houston INT of the screen pass in the 4th that led to the subsequent Chiefs TD. Arizona’s off ense would get the ball back three more times but could not fi nd the end zone.

In a week 11 home game against Oakland, the Cardinals trailed by 6 heading into the fi nal quarter but took the lead with 5:02 remaining thanks to Larry Fitzgerald’s 2nd TD catch of the day from Josh Rosen. They could not hold that lead, however, as the Raiders went 63 yards in the fi nal 1:53 and Daniel Carlson’s 35-yard game-winner as time expired dropped the Cards to 2-8 on the season. The Raiders benefi tted from two 1st half interceptions, each of which they converted into a TD. On the 2nd snap of the game, Oakland CB Gareon Conley intercepted a Rosen pass and returned it 28 yards to the AZ32. Three plays later, Derek Carr found TE Jared Cook open on the right side for a 23-yard TD that made it 7-0. Cards returner T.J. Logan took the ensuing kickoff 32 yards to the AZ36 before the Cards launched a ground-heavy 9-play drive, 7 of which were runs (David Johnson 5-19, Chase Edmonds 2-14). The last play, however, was an 18-yard pass from Rosen to Fitzgerald that tied the game. The next Oakland drive went 3-n-out thanks to a Chandler Jones sack and the Cards then started at their own 35. Two plays later, they faced a 3rd-n-5 from their 41 when Rosen hit Kirk with a pass near the line of scrimmage; Kirk, who was celebrating his 22nd birthday, slipped a tackle and turned the short completion into a 59-yard score down the left sideline, making it 14-7. The 2nd play of the next AZ drive again saw the Raiders record an INT, this one when S Karl Joseph gathered a defl ected pass and returned it to midfi eld. Seven plays later on 3rd-n-3 from the 5, Carr hit WR Brandon LaFell with a TD pass just inside the near pylon that tied the game at 14 midway thru the 2nd quarter. Each off ense would possess the ball 3 more times but neither would put points on the board before halftime. Oakland would score FGs on each of its two 3rd quarter drives. The fi rst was a 49-yarder from Carlson that capped a 7-play, 44-yard drive and put the Raiders up 17-14. Late in the 3rd, they advanced inside the Cards 5 but were thrown for a loss on 3rd-n-goal at the 1; Carlson’s 21-yarder put Oakland up 6 heading into the 4th quarter. With 7:39 to play, AZ took over at its own 20. A 10-yard Johnson run on the 1st play was immediately followed by his 53-yard burst down the left sideline to the OAK17. On 3rd-n-10 from there, Rosen threaded it to Kirk who tapped his toes at the 5; on the next snap, Rosen found Fitzgerald for the TD. The AZ defense forced a Raiders 3-n-out but the Cards responded with one of their own. A superb Andy Lee punt forced Oakland to start its own 2 and the Raiders again went 3-n-out. With 2:39 left, AZ took over at the OAK44 but an unnecessary roughness call against TE Jermaine Gresham was very costly and a holding penalty by TE Ricky Seals-Jones negated a 57-yard Johnson TD run. The result was a punt, after which the Raiders took over at their own 20 with 1:53 left and no timeouts. On 2nd-n-10 from the OAK31, Carr found WR Marcell Ateman with a 32-yard completion to the AZ37. Two plays later, a 20-yarder to WR Seth Roberts moved it to the 17 setting up Carlson’s 35-yard game-winner.

1 2 3 4 OT FINAL FIELD GOAL BREAKDOWNCARDINALS 7 0 7 0 -- 14 --CHIEFS 14 6 0 6 -- 26 H. Butker (45) (46)

TEAM QTR. TIME SCORING PLAY DRIVE SCOREChiefs 1 14:04 T. Hill 37-yard pass from Mahomes (Butker kick) 3-75, 0:56 0-7CARDS 1 8:03 D. Johnson 3-yard pass from Rosen (Dawson kick) 12-75, 6:01 7-7Chiefs 1 3:00 Butker 45-yard FG 7-11, 5:03 7-10Chiefs 2 12:29 Butker 46-yard FG 9-54, 3:58 7-13Chiefs 2 5:31 T. Hill 14-yard pass from Mahomes (Butker kick) 9-73, 4:53 7-20CARDS 3 7:48 D. Johnson 1-yard run (Dawson kick) 12-61, 7:12 14-20Chiefs 4 10:14 Ware 3-yard run (pass failed) 4-31, 1:58 14-26

1 2 3 4 OT FINAL FIELD GOAL BREAKDOWNRAIDERS 7 7 6 3 -- 23 D.Carlson (49) (21) (35)CARDINALS 14 0 0 7 -- 21 --

TEAM QTR. TIME SCORING PLAY DRIVE SCORERaiders 1 12:36 Cook 23-yard pass from Carr (Carlson kick) 3-33, 1:33 7-0CARDS 1 6:14 Fitzgerald 18-yard pass from Rosen (McCrane kick) 9-64, 6:22 7-7CARDS 1 0:16 Kirk 59-yard pass from Rosen (McCrane kick) 3-64, 1:40 7-14Raiders 2 8:20 LaFell 5-yard pass from Carr (Carlson kick) 7-50, 3:37 14-14Raiders 3 10:26 Carlson 49-yard FG 7-44, 4:34 17-14Raiders 3 0:22 Carlson 21-yard FG 12-63, 7:39 20-14CARDS 4 5:02 Fitzgerald 5-yard pass from Rosen (McCrane kick) 6-80, 2:37 20-21Raiders 4 0:00 Carlson 35-yard FG 9-63, 1:53 23-21

GAME 9 // CHIEFS 26, CARDINALS 14 // NOVEMBER 11, 2018 // ARROWHEAD STADIUM (76,712)

GAME 10 // RAIDERS 23, CARDINALS 21 // NOVEMBER 18, 2018 // STATE FARM STADIUM (62,435)

STATISTICS

KC AZFirst Downs 21 203rd Down Eff . (Pct) 7-14 (50) 4-11 (36)Total Plays 69 56Avg. Gain 3.8 5.9Rushes-Yards 25-94 23-118Net Passing Yards 166 212Total Net Yards 260 330Passing (A-C-I) 39-22-2 28-21-0Sacked by Opp. 5-42 5-37Punts-Average 5-49.4 5-46.6Fumbles-Lost 1-0 1-0Penalties 3-30 8-63Time of Possession 31:47 28:13

Weather: Sunny and clear, 43 degrees, 51% humid-ity. Wind north 5 mph.

RUSHINGCARDS: D.Johnson 21-98, TD; Edmonds 2-7; Rosen 1-(-1); Nelson 1-(-10).Chiefs: Hunt 16-71l Mahomes 4-21; Hill 1-20; Ware 2-6, TD.

PASSINGCARDS: Rosen 22-39, 208 yds, 1 TD, 2 INT.Chiefs: Mahomes 21-28, 249 yds, 2 TD, 0 INT.

RECEIVINGCARDS: D. Johnson 7-85, TD; Fitzgerald 6-50; Seals-Jones 51; Logan 2-14; Kirk 2-8.Chiefs: T.Hill 7-117, 2 TD; Kelce 6-46; Robinson 3-30; Hunt 2-25; Conley 1-22; Ware 1-7; Sherman 1-2.

INTERCEPTIONSCARDS: NoneChiefs: Nelson 1-35; Houston 1-4

STATISTICS

OAK AZFirst Downs 19 133rd Down Eff . (Pct) 5-15 (33) 3-11 (27)Total Plays 68 52Avg. Gain 4.8 5.4Rushes-Yards 33-152 31-154Net Passing Yards 173 128Total Net Yards 325 282Passing (A-C-I) 31-19-0 20-9-2Sacked by Opp. 4-19 1-8Punts-Average 8-45.1 8-52.3Fumbles-Lost 1-0 1-0Penalties 4-20 7-62Time of Possession 36:01 23:59

Weather: Sunny and clear, 72 degrees, 20% humid-ity. Winds SE 3 mph.

RUSHINGRaiders: Richard 11-61; Martin 10-52; Washington 12-39.CARDS: D.Johnson 25-137; Edmonds 5-17; Rosen 1-0.

PASSINGRaiders: Carr 19-31, 192 yds, 2 TD, 0 INT.CARDS: Rosen 9-20, 136 yds, 3 TD, 2 INT.

RECEIVINGRaiders: Ateman 4-50; Roberts 4-38; Richard 3-32; Cook 3-31,1 TD; LaFell 2-29, TD; Smith 2-6; Martin 1-6.CARDS: Kirk 3-77, TD; Fitzgerald 2-23, 2 TD; D.Johnson 1-17; Gresham 1-8; Sherfi eld 1-6; Seals-Jones 1-6.

INTERCEPTIONSRaiders: Conley 1-28; Joseph 1-5.CARDS: None.

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The Cardinals came out of the blocks quickly on the road against the Chargers, jumping to a 10-0 lead after their fi rst two off ensive possessions. After that, however, LA dominated and scored 45 unanswered points. Chargers QB Philip Rivers set an NFL record with 25 consecutive passes to start the game and fi nished 28-29 for 259 yards and 3 TDs. His 96.8 completion percentage was also an NFL record. After missing the previous 2 games with a calf injury, Cards DT Robert Nkemdiche turned in his best game as a pro, fi nishing with 2.5 sacks and 8 tackles including 4 for losses. WR Larry Fitzgerald caught his 115th career TD and StubHub Center became the 41st NFL venue in which he recorded a regular season catch.

Arizona received the opening kickoff and marched right down the fi eld. David Johnson ran the ball 4 times for 20 yards and Josh Rosen completed 4 of 4 passes for 56 yards. WR Christian Kirk’s 17-yard reception moved it to the LA47 and Fitzgerald ended the game-opening drive with a 25-yard TD catch from Rosen. The Cards defense then forced the LA off ense to go 3-n-out when defensive linemen Chandler Jones and Nkemdiche combined on 3rd down sack of Rivers. Kirk returned the ensuing punt 26 yards to the LA44 and that fi eld position led to a 30-yard Phil Dawson FG that made it 10-0. On the 2nd play of the 2nd quarter, Rivers capped an 8-play, 58-yard drive with his 9-yard TD pass to WR Mike Williams that trimmed the AZ lead to 10-7. The next Chargers drive ended when DT Rodney Gunter forced a Rivers fumble that fellow D-lineman Benson Mayowa recovered at the LA35. The Cards failed to convert the takeaway into points as the drive stalled at the 28 and Dawson’s 46-yard FG try missed to the left. From there, the Chargers moved 64 yards in 7 plays and Melvin Gordon’s 28-yard TD run put them up 14-10 with 6:59 remaining in the half. On Arizona’s next play from scrimmage, Rosen’s pass to Kirk was picked off by LA safety Derwin James giving the ball to the Chargers at the AZ31. Four plays later, Gordon ran it in from 5 yards out to put LA up 21-10 with 4:16 remaining. Following a Cards three-n-out, LA took over at its own 20 with 1:45 remaining and 3 timeouts. That would be just enough time for the Chargers to move 80 yards in 10 plays and with :08 left, Williams caught his 2nd TD pass of the game – this one a 2-yard toe tapper that made it 28-10 at intermission.

The 3rd quarter was controlled almost entirely by the Chargers. They had the ball only twice but each drive consisted of 10+ plays and 70+ yards and together consumed 13:03. The fi rst ended with Keenan Allen’s 3-yard TD catch, the other a 2-yard from RB Austin Ekeler’s on the quarter’s fi nal play. Up 42-10 after 3, Rivers was removed and the game’s only remaining score came via Badgley’s 31-yard FG with 3:25 left. With the win, Los Angeles improved to 8-3 while the Cardinals fell to 2-9 on the season.

1 2 3 4 OT FINAL FIELD GOAL BREAKDOWNCARDINALS 10 0 0 0 -- 10 P.Dawson (30) 46WLCHARGERS 0 28 14 3 -- 45 M.Badgley (31)

TEAM QTR. TIME SCORING PLAY DRIVE SCORECARDS 1 10:20 Fitzgerald 25-yard pass from Rosen (Dawson kick) 9-76, 4:40 7-0CARDS 1 4:22 Dawson 30-yard FG 8-32, 3:47 10-0Chargers 2 14:12 M. Williams 9-yard pass from Rivers (Badgley kick) 8-58, 5:10 10-7Chargers 2 6:59 Gordon 28-yard run (Badgley kick) 5-64, 2:41 10-14Chargers 2 4:16 Gordon 5-yard run (Badgley kick) 4-31, 2:35 10-21Chargers 2 0:08 M. Williams 2-yard pass from Rivers (Badgley kick) 10-80, 1:37 10-28Chargers 3 8:01 Allen 4-yard pass from Rivers (Badgley kick) 11-77, 6:59 10-35Chargers 3 0:00 Ekeler 2-yard run (Badgley kick) 10-73, 6:04 10-42Chargers 4 3:25 Badgley 31-yard FG 9-62, 4:58 10-45

GAME 11 // CHARGERS 45, CARDINALS 10 // NOVEMBER 25, 2018 // STUBHUB CENTER (25,343)

STATISTICS

AZ LACFirst Downs 10 303rd Down Eff . (Pct) 4-12 (33) 3-7 (43)Total Plays 45 66Avg. Gain 3.3 6.3Rushes-Yards 24-62 30-178Net Passing Yards 87 236Total Net Yards 149 414Passing (A-C-I) 19-12-1 32-28-0Sacked by Opp. 2-18 4-23Punts-Average 5-49.2 2-52.5Fumbles-Lost 1-0 1-1Penalties 3-35 4-30Time of Possession 24:42 35:18

Weather: Sunny and clear, 74 degrees, 52% humid-ity. Wind north 3 mph.

RUSHINGCARDS: D.Johnson 17-63; Edmonds 5-0; Rosen 2-(-1).Chargers: Gordon 10-61, 2 TD; Jackson 7-57; Ekeler 5-35, TD; Newsome 4-15; G.Smith 3-7; Rivers 1-3.

PASSINGCARDS: Rosen 12-19, 105 yds, 1 TD, 1 INT.Chargers: Rivers 28-29, 259 yds, 3 TD, 0 INT.

RECEIVINGCARDS: Kirk 4-41; Fitzgerald 2-30, TD; D.Johnson 2-16; Sherfi eld 1-6; Seals-Jones 1-5; Logan 1-5; Gresham 1.2.Chargers: Ekeler 10-68; K.Allen 7-72, TD; M.Williams 4-25, TD; Benjamin 3-47; Gordon 2-5; Culkin 1-24; Gates 1-18.

INTERCEPTIONSCARDS: None.Chargers: D.James 1-3.

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ARIZONA CARDINALS 2018 TEAM STATS

Won 2, Lost 9

9/9/2018 L 6-24 Washington Redskins9/16/2018 L 0-34 at Los Angeles Rams9/23/2018 L 14-16 Chicago Bears9/30/2018 L 17-20 Seattle Seahawks10/7/2018 W 28-18 at San Francisco 49ers10/14/2018 L 17-27 at Minnesota Vikings10/18/2018 L 10-45 Denver Broncos10/28/2018 W 18-15 San Francisco 49ers11/11/2018 L 14-26 at Kansas City Chiefs11/18/2018 L 21-23 Oakland Raiders11/25/2018 L 10-45 at Los Angeles Chargers

Arizona OpponentTotal First Downs 154 247Rushing 50 92Passing 88 133Penalty 16 223rd Down: Made/Att 38/129 56/1433rd Down Pct. 29.5% 39.2%4th Down: Made/Att 2/9 6/114th Down Pct. 22.2% 54.5%Possession Avg. 25:40 34:20Total Net Yards 2557 4011Avg. Per Game 232.5 364.6Total Plays 598 743Avg. Per Play 4.3 5.4Net Yards Rushing 850 1593Avg. Per Game 77.3 144.8Total Rushes 241 354Net Yards Passing 1707 2418Avg. Per Game 155.2 219.8Sacked/Yards Lost 30/214 37/244Gross Yards 1921 2662Attempts/Completions 327/187 352/243Completion Pct. 57.2% 69.0%Had Intercepted 15 6Punts/Average 65/48.8 50/45.7Net Punting Avg. 41.8 39.7Penalties/Yards 68/505 73/553Fumbles/Ball Lost 14/7 17/7Touchdowns 20 34Rushing 6 16Passing 12 16Returns 2 2

Score By Periods Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT Pts Team 58 27 14 56 0 155Opponents 63 108 76 46 0 293

Scoring TD Ru Pa Rt PAT FG 2Pt Pts D.Johnson 8 6 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 48L.Fitzgerald 5 0 5 0 0/0 0/0 1 32P.Dawson 0 0 0 0 15/15 5/8 0 30C.Kirk 3 0 3 0 0/0 0/0 0 18J.Bynes 1 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6R.Seals-Jones 1 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6B.Baker 1 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6C.Williams 1 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6M.McCrane 0 0 0 0 3/3 0/0 0 3Team 20 6 12 2 18/18 5/8 1 155Opponents 34 16 16 2 27/27 18/22 3 293

2-Pt. Conversions: Team 1/ 2, Opponents: 3/ 7

Sacks: C.Jones 11.0, R.Nkemdiche 4.5, Z.Moore 3.0, B.Mayowa 3.0, R.Gunter 2.5, H.Reddick 2.0, J.Bynes 2.0, B.Baker 2.0, A.Bethea 2.0, C.Peters 2.0, M.Golden 1.5, P.Peterson 1.0, B.Benwikere 0.5 Team: 37.0, Opponents: 30.0

Rushing No. Yds Avg Long TD D.Johnson 185 692 3.7 53 6C.Edmonds 34 85 2.5 9 0J.Rosen 13 46 3.5 14 0C.Kirk 2 12 6.0 7 0S.Bradford 2 7 3.5 8 0J.Nelson 3 5 1.7 8 0D.Coleman 2 3 1.5 2 0Team 241 850 3.5 53 6Opponents 354 1593 4.5 34 16

Receiving No. Yds Avg Long TD L.Fitzgerald 44 460 10.5 37 5C.Kirk 40 536 13.4 75t 3D.Johnson 34 325 9.6 30 2R.Seals-Jones 26 277 10.7 40 1C.Edmonds 13 63 4.8 12 0C.Williams 11 113 10.3 22t 1J.Gresham 8 78 9.8 26 0J.Nelson 4 21 5.3 9 0T.Logan 3 19 6.3 10 0D.Coleman 2 17 8.5 12 0T.Sherfield 2 12 6.0 6 0Team 187 1921 10.3 75t 12Opponents 243 2662 11.0 64t 16

Interceptions No. Yds Avg Long TD T.Boston 3 9 3.0 9 0P.Peterson 2 0 0.0 0 0B.Benwikere 1 21 21.0 21 0Team 6 30 5.0 21 0Opponents 15 190 12.7 53t 2

Punting No Yds Avg Net TB In Lg B A.Lee 65 3171 48.8 41.8 5 17 61 0Team 65 3171 48.8 41.8 5 17 61 0Opponents 50 2283 45.7 39.7 7 20 61 0

Punt Returns Ret FC Yds Avg Long TD C.Kirk 18 17 150 8.3 44 0P.Peterson 1 0 7 7.0 7 0Team 19 17 157 8.3 44 0Opponents 35 13 351 10.0 60 0

Kickoff Returns No. Yds Avg Long TD T.Logan 12 296 24.7 36 0B.Williams 10 192 19.2 29 0C.Edmonds 1 13 13.0 13 0Team 23 501 21.8 36 0Opponents 20 441 22.1 40 0

Field Goals 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ P.Dawson 0/ 0 2/ 2 2/ 2 1/ 3 0/ 1Team 0/ 0 2/ 2 2/ 2 1/ 3 0/ 1Opponents 0/ 0 5/ 5 4/ 5 8/ 10 1/ 2

Fumbles Lost: S.Bradford 2, D.Johnson 2, J.Rosen 2, J.Gresham 1 Total: 7

Opponent Fumble Recoveries: C.Peters 1, P.Peterson 1, J.Bynes 1, C.Jones 1, B.Mayowa 1, T.Boston 1, B.Baker 1 Total: 7

Passing Att Cmp Yds Cmp% Yds/Att TD TD% Int Int% Long Sack Lost Rating J.Rosen 247 137 1521 55.5% 6.2 10 4.0% 11 4.5% 75t 24/ 181 68.9S.Bradford 80 50 400 62.5% 5.0 2 2.5% 4 5.0% 35t 6/ 33 62.5Team 327 187 1921 57.2% 5.9 12 3.7% 15 4.6% 75t 30/ 214 67.3Opponents 352 243 2662 69.0% 7.6 16 4.5% 6 1.7% 64t 37/ 244 99.2

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ARIZONA CARDINALS 2018 DEFENSIVE STATS(BASED ON COACHES FILM REVIEW)

QB QB SPECIAL TEAMSName TT UT AT TFL Sacks/Yds INT PD FF FR PRS HITS TT UT AT FF FR BP/K

Antoine Bethea 97 80 17 4 2/13 - 3 1 - 4 4 - - - - - -

Josh Bynes 78 55 23 6 2/22 - 6 - 1 1 4 - - - - - -

Budda Baker 76 60 16 8 2/28 - 2 - 1 3 3 5 1 4 - - -

Tre Boston 62 51 11 - - 3 7 1 1 1 2 - - - - - -

Haason Reddick 59 37 22 5 2/24 - 5 1 - 1 3 2 - 2 - - -

Bene Benwikere 45 34 11 2 .5/15 1 2 1 - - - 2 2 - - - -

Patrick Peterson 43 35 8 2 1/0 2 4 - 1 - - - - - - - -

Chandler Jones 41 30 11 10 11/58 - 5 3 1 17 17 - - - - - -

Corey Peters 35 21 14 6 2/9 - 1 - 1 6 3 - - - - - -

Robert Nkemdiche 33 23 10 12 4.5/20 - 1 1 - 6 8 - - - - - -

Rodney Gunter 31 23 8 10 2.5/16 - 1 2 - 5 10 - - - - - -

Benson Mayowa 28 18 10 9 3/20 - 2 - 1 8 10 - - - - - -

Markus Golden 23 18 5 3 1.5/12 - 2 - - 6 4 - - - - - -

Gerald Hodges 22 19 3 1 - - - - - - 1 5 3 2 - - -

Deone Bucannon 20 16 4 - - - 1 1 - 3 1 2 2 - - - -

Olsen Pierre 16 6 10 2 - - - - - 2 1 - - - - - -

Jamar Taylor 16 13 3 - - - 3 - - - - - - - - - -

Zach Moore 10 8 2 4 3/22 - - - - 3 4 - - - - - -

Leonard Johnson 8 7 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Rudy Ford 4 2 2 - - - - - - - - 7 6 1 - - -

David Amerson 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Garrison Smith 2 2 - 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Jacquies Smith 2 1 1 - - - - - - - 1 - - - - - -

Ifeadi Odenigbo 1 - 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Zeke Turner - - - - - - - - - - - 17 15 2 - - -

Dennis Gardeck - - - - - - - - - - - 7 4 3 - - -

Derrick Coleman - - - - - - - - - - - 7 6 1 - - -

Joe Walker - - - - - - - - - - - 5 4 1 - - -

Chase Edmonds - - - - - - - - - - - 5 3 2 - - -

Brandon Williams - - - - - - - - - - - 4 3 1 - - -

Trent Sherfield - - - - - - - - - - - 2 1 1 - - -

Andy Lee - - - - - - - - - - - 1 1 - - - -

Aaron Brewer - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - 1 - - -

Eddie Pleasant - - - - - - - - - - - 1 1 - - - -

Deatrick Nichols - - - - - - - - - - - 1 1 - - - -

Miscellaneous:

Josh Bynes: 23-yard fumble return for a TD @ San Francisco, October 7

Budda Baker: 36-yard fumble return for a TD @ Minnesota, October 14

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Points 6 0 14 17 28 17 10 18 14 21 10 1551st Qtr 0 0 14 0 7 3 3 0 7 14 10 582nd Qtr 0 0 0 10 7 7 0 3 0 0 0 273rd Qtr 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 7 0 0 144th Qtr 6 0 0 7 14 7 0 15 0 7 0 56Overtime 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0TDs (Ru-P-Ret) 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-0 1-1-0 2-1-1 1-0-1 0-1-0 0-2-0 1-1-0 0-3-0 0-1-0 6-12-2PATs (M/A) 0-0 0-0 2-2 2-2 4-4 2-2 1-1 1-1 2-2 3-3 1-1 18-182PT Convs (M/A) 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2FGs (M/A) 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-2 5-8Safeties 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1First Downs 14 5 13 18 10 16 14 20 21 13 10 154Rushing 7 1 3 6 4 5 4 3 7 5 5 50Passing 6 4 8 9 5 9 8 15 13 7 4 88Penalty 1 0 2 3 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 163rd Down Conv (M/A) 1-8 3-12 3-10 5-12 2-12 0-10 4-14 6-14 7-14 3-11 4-12 38-1293rd Down Conv Pct 12.5% 25.0% 30.0% 41.7% 16.7% 0.0% 28.6% 42.9% 50.0% 27.3% 33.3% 29.5%4th Down Conv (M/A) 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-1 2-94th Down Conv Pct 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 50.0% 0.0% 0.0% 22.2%Red Zone Conv (M/A) 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-3 2-2 1-3 1-1 2-3 2-2 2-2 0-1 13-19Red Zone Conv Pct 50.0% 0.0% 0.0% 66.7% 100.0% 33.3% 100.0% 66.7% 100.0% 100.0% 0.0% 68.4%Goal to Go Conv (M/A) 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-1 1-2 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-0 8-10Goal to Go Conv Pct 50.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 100.0% 50.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 0.0% 80.0%Total Net Yards 213 137 221 263 220 269 223 321 260 282 149 2557Total Off. Plays 51 43 48 56 49 55 66 64 69 52 45 598Avg. Gain Per Play 4.2 3.2 4.6 4.7 4.5 4.9 3.4 5.0 3.8 5.4 3.3 4.3Net Yards Rushing 68 54 53 92 56 61 69 88 94 154 62 850Total Rushing Plays 15 15 18 28 23 20 21 21 25 31 24 241Avg. Gain Per Rush 4.5 3.6 2.9 3.3 2.4 3.1 3.3 4.2 3.8 5.0 2.6 3.5Net Yards Passing 145 83 168 171 164 208 154 233 166 128 87 1707Times Sacked 2 1 4 1 1 4 6 3 5 1 2 30Yards Lost on Sacks 8 7 25 9 6 32 40 19 42 8 18 214Gross Yards Passing 153 90 193 180 170 240 194 252 208 136 105 1921Pass Attempts 34 27 26 27 25 31 39 40 39 20 19 327Pass Completions 20 17 17 15 10 21 21 23 22 9 12 187Completion Pct 58.8% 63.0% 65.4% 55.6% 40.0% 67.7% 53.9% 57.5% 56.4% 45.0% 63.2% 57.2%Avg. Gain Per Pass 4.0 3.0 5.6 6.1 6.3 5.9 3.4 5.4 3.8 6.1 4.1 4.8Interceptions 1 1 3 0 0 1 3 1 2 2 1 15Fumbles / Fum. Lost 1-1 0-0 2-1 2-1 1-0 1-1 3-2 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 14-7Penalties 9 9 6 5 5 5 7 9 3 7 3 68Penalty Yards 67 47 43 38 46 30 45 62 30 62 35 505Punts 5 8 4 5 8 6 6 5 5 8 5 65Gross Punting Average 52.6 50.4 50.8 50.6 39.6 48.0 50.7 45.8 49.4 52.3 49.2 48.8Touchbacks 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 5Inside20 3 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 2 0 17Punts Blocked 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Net Punting Average 46.2 33.8 39.8 42.8 39.3 43.7 46.8 39.4 45.4 45.9 39.6 41.8Punt Returns 2 0 2 1 1 3 2 0 3 4 1 19Punt Return Yards 44 0 7 0 0 17 17 0 8 38 26 157Punt Return Avg. 22.0 0.0 3.5 0.0 0.0 5.7 8.5 0.0 2.7 9.5 26.0 8.3Fair Catches 2 0 0 1 1 1 4 5 1 2 0 17Kickoff Returns 0 3 0 2 0 3 5 0 3 1 6 23Kickoff Return Yards 0 49 0 55 0 60 77 0 89 32 139 501Kickoff Return Avg. 0.0 16.3 0.0 27.5 0.0 20.0 15.4 0.0 29.7 32.0 23.2 21.8Time of Possession 21:52 25:52 23:39 28:14 19:48 25:38 29:11 27:41 31:47 23:59 24:42 25:40Kickoffs-EZ-TB 2-1-0 1-1-0 3-3-3 4-1-1 5-4-3 4-3-3 3-1-1 5-4-3 3-0-0 4-3-2 3-1-0 37-22-16

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Points 24 34 16 20 18 27 45 15 26 23 45 2931st Qtr 0 0 0 7 6 10 21 2 10 7 0 632nd Qtr 21 19 3 0 0 3 14 3 10 7 28 1083rd Qtr 0 8 10 10 0 14 7 7 0 6 14 764th Qtr 3 7 3 3 12 0 3 3 6 3 3 46Overtime 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0TDs (Ru-P-Ret) 1-2-0 3-1-0 1-0-0 2-0-0 1-2-0 2-1-0 2-2-2 0-1-0 1-2-0 0-2-0 3-3-0 16-16-2PATs (M/A) 3-3 1-1 1-1 2-2 0-0 3-3 6-6 1-1 2-2 2-2 6-6 27-272PT Convs (M/A) 0-0 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 3-7FGs (M/A) 1-1 1-1 3-4 2-4 0-1 2-2 1-1 2-2 2-2 3-3 1-1 18-22Safeties 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0First Downs 30 24 21 19 33 20 15 16 20 19 30 247Rushing 10 8 7 11 9 8 6 5 8 9 11 92Passing 13 14 11 6 22 12 8 9 12 9 17 133Penalty 7 2 3 2 2 0 1 2 0 1 2 223rd Down Conv (M/A) 6-13 8-15 5-14 0-10 10-17 5-14 5-13 5-14 4-11 5-15 3-7 56-1433rd Down Conv Pct 46.2% 53.3% 35.7% 0.0% 58.8% 35.7% 38.5% 35.7% 36.4% 33.3% 42.9% 39.2%4th Down Conv (M/A) 1-1 1-3 1-1 1-2 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 6-114th Down Conv Pct 100.0% 33.3% 100.0% 50.0% 50.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 54.6%Red Zone Conv (M/A) 3-4 4-6 1-3 1-2 3-3 2-3 1-2 0-2 2-4 1-3 5-6 23-38Red Zone Conv Pct 75.0% 66.7% 33.3% 50.0% 100.0% 66.7% 50.0% 0.0% 50.0% 33.3% 83.3% 60.5%Goal to Go Conv (M/A) 1-1 2-3 1-2 1-1 3-3 1-1 1-1 0-1 2-2 0-1 5-5 17-21Goal to Go Conv Pct 100.0% 66.7% 50.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 100.0% 81.0%Total Net Yards 429 432 316 331 447 411 309 267 330 325 414 4011Total Off. Plays 75 67 69 62 92 70 55 63 56 68 66 743Avg. Gain Per Play 5.7 6.4 4.6 5.3 4.9 5.9 5.6 4.2 5.9 4.8 6.3 5.4Net Yards Rushing 182 90 122 171 147 195 131 107 118 152 178 1593Total Rushing Plays 42 33 31 34 34 32 31 31 23 33 30 354Avg. Gain Per Rush 4.3 2.7 3.9 5.0 4.3 6.1 4.2 3.5 5.1 4.6 5.9 4.5Net Yards Passing 247 342 194 160 300 216 178 160 212 173 236 2418Times Sacked 3 2 3 2 4 4 2 4 5 4 4 37Yards Lost on Sacks 8 12 26 12 49 17 11 30 37 19 23 244Gross Yards Passing 255 354 220 172 349 233 189 190 249 192 259 2662Pass Attempts 30 32 35 26 54 34 22 28 28 31 32 352Pass Completions 21 24 24 19 34 24 15 14 21 19 28 243Completion Pct 70.0% 75.0% 68.6% 73.1% 63.0% 70.6% 68.2% 50.0% 75.0% 61.3% 87.5% 69.0%Avg. Gain Per Pass 7.5 10.1 5.1 5.7 5.2 5.7 7.4 5.0 6.4 4.9 6.6 6.2Interceptions 0 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 6Fumbles / Fum. Lost 3-1 0-0 1-1 3-0 4-3 1-1 0-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 17-7Penalties 9 5 7 8 9 9 5 5 8 4 4 73Penalty Yards 63 49 45 57 65 52 50 59 63 20 30 553Punts 4 2 3 4 4 5 6 7 5 8 2 50Gross Punting Average 46.5 51.0 52.7 47.5 44.3 45.0 43.5 40.7 46.6 45.1 52.5 45.7Touchbacks 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 7Inside20 2 1 1 2 1 2 2 4 3 1 1 20Punts Blocked 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Net Punting Average 35.5 41.0 43.7 42.5 39.3 41.6 40.7 40.7 41.0 35.4 39.5 39.7Punt Returns 2 6 2 4 3 3 3 4 2 4 2 35Punt Return Yards 12 133 24 39 3 26 23 32 0 31 28 351Punt Return Avg. 6.0 22.2 12.0 9.8 1.0 8.7 7.7 8.0 0.0 7.8 14.0 10.0Fair Catches 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 0 1 2 13Kickoff Returns 2 1 0 3 2 1 2 2 2 2 3 20Kickoff Return Yards 24 22 0 65 61 17 38 52 22 53 87 441Kickoff Return Avg. 12.0 22.0 0.0 21.7 30.5 17.0 19.0 26.0 11.0 26.5 29.0 22.1Time of Possession 38:08 34:08 36:21 31:46 40:12 34:22 30:49 32:19 28:13 36:01 35:18 34:20Kickoffs-EZ-TB 5-5-5 5-2-2 5-5-5 4-3-2 4-3-3 6-5-3 8-6-3 4-4-4 6-3-3 5-4-4 8-4-2 60-44-36

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RUSHING 200 Yards RushingBy Cardinals: 228, Beanie Wells at St. Louis, Nov. 27, 2011 (27 att., TD)By Opponent: 228, Clinton Portis at Denver, Dec. 29, 2002 (24 att., 2 TD)

150 Yards RushingBy Cardinals: 159, Adrian Peterson at San Francisco, Nov. 5, 2017 (37 att., 0 TD)By Opponent: 155, Latavius Murray at Minnesota, Oct. 14, 2018 (24 att., TD)

100 Yards RushingBy Cardinals: 137, David Johnson vs. Oakland, Nov. 18, 2018 (25 att. 0 TD)By Opponent: 155, Latavius Murray at Minnesota, Oct. 14, 2018 (24 att., TD)

Two 100-Yard RushersBy Cardinals: 126 yards, Ottis Anderson/102 yards, Wayne Morris at New Orleans, Oct. 5, 1980By Opponent: 128 yards, Marshawn Lynch/108 yards, Robert Turbin at Seattle, Dec. 9, 2012

Three Rushing TouchdownsBy Cardinals: David Johnson at Seattle, Dec. 24, 2016 (2, 1, 1 yard)By Opponent: Todd Gurley at LA Rams, Sept. 16, 2018 (11, 1, 2 yards)

Two Rushing TouchdownsBy Cardinals: David Johnson at San Francisco, Oct. 7, 2018 (2, 6 yards)By Opponent: Melvin Gordon at LA Chargers, Nov. 25, 2018 (28, 5 yards)

PASSING 500 Yards PassingBy Cardinals: 522, Boomer Esiason at Washington, Nov. 10, 1996-OT (35 comp., 59 att.)By Opponent: Never happened

400 Yards PassingBy Cardinals: 421, Carson Palmer at Pittsburgh, Oct. 18, 2015 (29 comp., 45 att.)By Opponent: 411, Nick Foles vs. Philadelphia, Oct. 26, 2014 (36 comp., 62 att.)

300 Yards PassingBy Cardinals: 357, Carson Palmer vs. San Francisco, Oct. 1, 2017 (33 comp., 51 att.)By Opponent: 349, C.J. Beathard at San Francisco, Oct. 7, 2018 (34 comp., 54 att.)

Six Touchdown PassesBy Cardinals: Charley Johnson vs. New Orleans, Nov. 2, 1969 (32, 14, 28, 31, 26, 14 yards)By Opponent: Brett Favre at NY Jets, Sept. 28, 2008 (12, 34, 2, 17, 40, 24 yards)

Five Touchdown PassesBy Cardinals: Kurt Warner at Chicago, Nov. 8, 2009 (11, 6, 17, 15, 4 yards)By Opponent: Brett Favre (6) at NY Jets, Sept. 28, 2008 (12, 34, 2, 17, 40, 24 yards)

Four Touchdown PassesBy Cardinals: Carson Palmer vs. Cincinnati, Nov. 22, 2015 (18, 64, 18, 16 yards)By Opponent: Carson Wentz at Philadelphia, Oct. 8, 2017 (15, 11, 59, 72 yards) Three Touchdown PassesBy Cardinals: Josh Rosen vs. Oakland, Nov. 18, 2018 (18, 59, 5 yards)By Opponent: Philip Rivers at LA Chargers, Nov. 25, 2018 (9, 2, 4 yards)

RECEIVING 200 Yards ReceivingBy Cardinals: 217, Anquan Boldin at Detroit, Sept. 7, 2003 (10 receptions, 2 TD)By Opponent: 226, Demaryius Thomas at Denver, Oct. 5, 2014 (8 rec., 2 TD)

150 Yards ReceivingBy Cardinals: 196, John Brown at Pittsburgh, Oct. 18, 2015 (10 rec.)By Opponent: 159, Brandin Cooks at LA Rams, Sept. 16, 2018 (7 rec.)

100 Yards ReceivingBy Cardinals: 102, Larry Fitzgerald vs. San Francisco, Oct. 28, 2018 (8 rec.)By Opponent: 117, Tyreek Hill at Kansas City, Nov. 11, 2018 (7 rec., 2 TD)

Two 100-Yard ReceiversBy Cardinals: 133, Larry Fitzgerald (12 rec.), 101, Michael Floyd (5 rec.) vs. San Francisco, Nov. 13, 2016By Opponent: 139, Luke Willson (3 rec., 2 TD), 113, Doug Baldwin (7 rec.), vs. Seattle, Dec. 21, 2014 Four Receiving TouchdownsBy Cardinals: Roy Green vs. Seattle, Nov. 13, 1983 (15, 23, 7, 63 yards)By Opponent: Earnest Gray vs. NY Giants, Sept. 7, 1980 (10, 37, 42, 20 yards)

Three Receiving TouchdownsBy Cardinals: Larry Fitzgerald at Chicago, Sept. 20, 2015 (8, 28, 9 yards)By Opponent: Greg Olsen at Chicago, Nov. 8, 2009 (33, 3, 20 yards)

Two Receiving TouchdownsBy Cardinals: Larry Fitzgerald vs. Oakland, Nov. 18, 2018 (18, 5 yards)By Opponent: Mike Williams at LA Chargers, Nov. 25, 2018 (37, 14 yards)

10 or More Receptions in a GameBy Cardinals: Larry Fitzgerald (10 for 98 yards) vs. LA Rams, Dec. 3, 2017By Opponent: Austin Ekeler (10 for 68 yards) at LA Chargers, Nov. 25, 2018

COMBOS 100-Yard Rusher/100-Yard ReceiverBy Cardinals: Adrian Peterson, 134 rushing yards/Larry Fitzgerald, 138 receiving yards vs. Tampa Bay, Oct. 15, 2017By Opponent: Latavius Murray, 155 rushing yards/Adam Thielen, 123 receiving yards at Minnesota, Oct. 14, 2018

100-Yard Rusher/Two 100-Yard ReceiversBy Cardinals: Johnny Johnson, 103 rushing yards/Ernie Jones, 117 receiving yards/Roy Green, 120 receiving yards vs. Green Bay, Nov. 18, 1990By Opponent: Marshawn Lynch, 113 rushing yards/Luke Willson, 139 receiving yards/Doug Baldwin, 113 receiving yards vs. Seattle, Dec. 21, 2014

100-Yard Rusher/100-Yard Receiver/300-Yard PasserBy Cardinals: Chris Johnson, 109 rushing yards/Michael Floyd, 106 receiving yards/Carson Palmer 374 passing yards at Cleveland, Nov. 1, 2015By Opponent: Marshawn Lynch, 113 rushing yards/Luke Willson, 139 receiving yards/Doug Baldwin, 113 receiving yards/Russell Wilson, 339 passing yards vs. Seattle, Dec. 21, 2014

Two 100-Yard Receivers/300-Yard PasserBy Cardinals: Larry Fitzgerald, 133; Michael Floyd, 101; Carson Palmer, 376, vs. San Francisco, Nov. 13, 2016By Opponent: Luke Willson, 139; Doug Baldwin, 113; Russell Wilson, 339, vs. Seattle, Dec. 21, 2014

SCORING Four Total TouchdownsBy Cardinals: Ronald Moore vs. LA Rams, Dec. 5, 1993 (4 rush)By Opponent: Brian Westbrook at Philadelphia, Nov. 27, 2008 (2 rush, 2 rec.)

Three Total TouchdownsBy Cardinals: David Johnson at Seattle, Dec. 24, 2016 (3 rush)By Opponent: Todd Gurley at LA Rams, Sept. 16, 2018 (3 rush)

Two-Point ConversionBy Cardinals: Larry Fitzgerald reception vs. San Francisco, Oct. 28, 2018By Opponent: Malcolm Brown reception at LA Rams, Sept. 16, 2018

SafetyBy Cardinals: Calais Campbell sacked Blaine Gabbert in end zone at San Francisco, Oct. 6, 2016By Opponent: Intentional grounding by Josh Rosen in end zone vs. San Francisco, Oct. 28, 2018

KICKING Six Field GoalsBy Cardinals: Neil Rackers vs. San Francisco, Oct. 2, 2005 (40, 45, 48, 23, 43, 24 yards)By Opponent: Never happened

Five Field GoalsBy Cardinals: Phil Dawson at Washington, Dec. 17, 2017 (40, 35, 19, 34, 32 yards)By Opponent: Robbie Gould vs. San Francisco, Oct. 1, 2017 (49, 39, 47, 48, 23 yards)

Four Field GoalsBy Cardinals: Phil Dawson at Seattle, Dec. 31, 2017 (49, 46, 53, 42 yards)By Opponent: Greg Zuerlein vs. LA Rams, Dec. 3, 2017 (56, 20, 24, 41 yards)

Three Field GoalsBy Cardinals: Phil Dawson (4) at Seattle, Dec. 31, 2017 (49, 46, 53, 42 yards)By Opponent: Daniel Carlson vs. Oakland, Nov. 18, 2018 (49, 21, 35 yards)

Missed Point-After-TouchdownBy Cardinals: Phil Dawson vs. NY Giants, Dec. 24, 2017 (wide right)By Opponent: Greg Zuerlein vs. LA Rams, Dec. 3, 2017 (wide left)

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Blocked PuntBy Cardinals: Quentin Groves at New England, Sept. 16, 2012 (Zoltan Mesko punt)By Opponent: Chase Reynolds at LA Rams, Jan. 1, 2017 (Matt Wile punt)

Blocked Punt Return For TouchdownBy Cardinals: Monty Beisel (Sean Morey block) vs. Dallas, Oct. 12, 2008, three yards (Mat McBriar punt)By Opponent: DeDe Dorsey (DeDe Dorsey block) at Cincinnati, Nov. 18, 2007, 19 yards (Mike Barr punt)

Blocked Field Goal AttemptBy Cardinals: Rodney Gunter at Seattle, Dec. 24, 2016 (Steven Hauschka 45-yard attempt)By Opponent: Michael Brockers vs. LA Rams, Dec. 3, 2017 (Phil Dawson 45-yard attempt)

Blocked Field Goal Attempt For TouchdownBy Cardinals: Justin Bethel (Adrian Wilson block) vs. Chicago, Dec. 23, 2012, 82 yards (Olindo Mare kick)By Opponent: Mike Bass (Verlon Biggs block) at Washington, Sept. 24, 1972, 32 yards (Jim Bakken kick)

RETURNS Punt Return For TouchdownBy Cardinals: Ted Ginn, Jr. at NY Giants, Sept. 14, 2014, 71 yards (Steve Weatherford punt)By Opponent: Nick Miller at St. Louis, Nov. 27, 2011, 88 yards (Dave Zastudil punt)

Kickoff Return For TouchdownBy Cardinals: David Johnson at Chicago, Sept. 20, 2015, 108 yards (Robbie Gould kickoff)By Opponent: Tyler Lockett at Seattle, Dec. 31, 2017, 99 yards (Phil Dawson kickoff)

Interception Return For TouchdownBy Cardinals: Justin Bethel at Detroit, Sept. 10, 2017 (82 yards, Matthew Stafford pass)By Opponent: Chris Harris Jr. and Todd Davis vs. Denver, Oct. 18, 2018 (53 yards, Josh Rosen pass; 20 yards, Josh Rosen pass)

Fumble Return For TouchdownBy Cardinals: Budda Baker at Minnesota, Oct. 14, 2018, 36 yards (Kirk Cousins fumble)By Opponent: Calais Campbel vs. Jacksonville, Nov. 26, 2017, 10 yards (Blaine Gabbert fumble)

DEFENSE Four InterceptionsBy Cardinals: Kwamie Lassiter vs. San Diego, Dec. 27, 1998By Opponent: Never happened

Three InterceptionsBy Cardinals: Antrel Rolle at Cincinnati, Nov. 18, 2007By Opponent: Marcus Trufant at Seattle, Dec. 9, 2007

Two InterceptionsBy Cardinals: Antoine Bethea vs. NY Giants, Dec. 24, 2017By Opponent: Ross co*ckrell vs. NY Giants, Dec. 24, 2017

Two Interceptions By TeammatesBy Cardinals: At Washington, Oct. 16, 1994 (Aeneas Williams and James Williams)By Opponent: At Seattle, Dec. 9, 2012 (Richard Sherman and Bobby Wagner)

Four Quarterback SacksBy Cardinals: Bertrand Berry vs. NY Giants, Nov. 14, 2004 By Opponent: Cameron Wake (4.5) vs. Miami, Sept. 30, 2012

Three Quarterback SacksBy Cardinals: Dwight Freeney vs. Green Bay, Dec. 27, 2015By Opponent: Demarcus Lawrence vs. Dallas, Sept. 25, 2017

Two Quarterback Sacks By TeammatesBy Cardinals: at San Francisco, Oct. 6, 2016 (Markus Golden 2.0, Calais Campbell 2.0)By Opponent: vs. Denver, Oct. 18, 2018 (Von Miller 2.0, Bradley Chubb 2.0)

Two Opponent Fumble RecoveriesBy Cardinals: Jerraud Powers vs. Green Bay, Dec. 27, 2015By Opponent: J.J. Watt vs. Houston, Nov. 10, 2013

TEAM SCORING 50 Points Scored By TeamBy Cardinals: St. Louis 56 at Minnesota 14, Oct. 6, 1963By Opponent: At Seattle 58, Arizona 0, Dec. 9, 2012

40 Points Scored By TeamBy Cardinals: Arizona 44, at LA Rams 6, Jan. 1, 2017By Opponent: Arizona 10, at LA Chargers 45, Nov. 25, 2018

20 First-Quarter PointsBy Cardinals: 21 vs. San Francisco, Sept. 10, 2006By Opponent: 21 vs. Denver, Oct. 18, 2018

20 Second-Quarter PointsBy Cardinals: 24 vs. Tampa Bay, Sept. 18, 2016By Opponent: 28 at LA Chargers, Nov. 25, 2018

20 Third-Quarter PointsBy Cardinals: 21 vs. Green Bay, Dec. 27, 2015By Opponent: 21 at San Francisco, Jan. 2, 2011

20 Fourth-Quarter PointsBy Cardinals: 20 at Seattle, Dec. 24, 2016By Opponent: 27 vs. Tampa Bay, Oct. 15, 2017

30 One-Half PointsBy Cardinals: 31 in first half vs. San Francisco, Sept. 27, 2015By Opponent: 35 in first half vs. Denver, Oct. 18, 2018

Score Touchdown In Each QuarterBy Cardinals: vs. Tampa Bay, Oct. 15, 2017 (14, 10, 7, 7 points)By Opponent: at Atlanta, Nov. 27, 2016 (7, 10, 7, 14 points)

OFFENSE 500 Yards Total OffenseBy Cardinals: 524 at St. Louis, Dec. 6, 2015By Opponent: 596 vs. Seattle, Dec. 21, 2014

No Sacks/No Interceptions AllowedBy Cardinals: vs. NY Jets, Oct. 17, 2016By Opponent: at Kansas City, Nov. 21, 2010

DEFENSE ShutoutBy Cardinals: Arizona 23, vs. NY Giants 0, Dec. 24, 2017 (State Farm Stadium)By Opponent: Arizona 0, at LA Rams 34, Sept. 16, 2018 (Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum)

Shutout At HomeBy Cardinals: Arizona 23, vs. NY Giants 0, Dec. 24, 2017 (State Farm Stadium)By Opponent: Arizona 0, vs. Seattle 38, Sept. 14, 2003 (Sun Devil Stadium)

Shutout On The RoadBy Cardinals: Arizona 38, at Dallas 0, Nov. 16, 1970 (Cotton Bowl)By Opponent: Arizona 0, at LA Rams 34, Sept. 16, 2018 (Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum)

MISCELLANEOUS Overtime Win At HomeBy Cardinals: Oct. 1, 2017 vs. San Francisco, 18-15 (State Farm Stadium)By Opponent: Oct. 14, 2012 vs. Buffalo, 19-16 (State Farm Stadium)

Overtime Win On The RoadBy Cardinals: Sept. 17, 2017 at Indianapolis, 16-13 (Lucas Oil Stadium)By Opponent: Nov. 7, 2010 at Minnesota, 27-24 (Metrodome)

10 Or More PenaltiesBy Cardinals: 10, vs. Jacksonville, Nov. 26, 2017 (98 yards)By Opponent: 10, vs. NY Giants, Dec. 24, 2017 (101 yards)

Tie GameBy Cardinals: Oct. 23, 2016 vs. Seattle, 6–6

Over 40:00 Time of Possession (Non-OT)By Cardinals: 42:50 at Seattle, Oct. 18, 2009By Opponent: 40:12 at San Francisco, Oct. 7, 2018

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PS PS - - - - - - - - - N/A23 Benwikere, Bené P P P CB CB CB CB CB CB CB CB 11-8-0-041 Bethea, Antoine FS FS FS FS FS FS FS FS FS FS FS 11-11-0-033 Boston, Tre S S S S S S IAJ IAJ S SS SS 9-9-0-29 Bradford, Sam QB QB QB IA IA IA IA IA - - - 3-3-0-546 Brewer, Aaron P P P P P P P P P P P 11-0-0-020 Bucannon, Deone WLB P P WLB P P P WLB P WLB IAJ 10-4-0-157 Bynes, Josh MLB MLB MLB MLB MLB MLB MLB MLB MLB MLB MLB 11-11-0-052 Cash, Jeremy IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR N/A75 Clausell, Blaine DNP P DNP P IA IA DNP DNP - - - 2-0-4-264 Cole, Mason C C C C C C C C C C C 11-11-0-032 Coleman, Derrick FB P P P P P P P FB FB P 11-3-0-027 Cox, Demetrious PS PS PS PS - - - - - - - N/A15 Crockett, Montay - - - - - - - - PS - PS N/A79 Cunningham, Korey IA IA IA IA IA IA DNP IA DNP LT LT 2-2-2-781 Daniels, Darrell - - - - - - - - - - - 0-0-0-04 Dawson, Phil P P P P P P P P P IAJ P 10-0-0-154 Dora, Vontarrius - - - - - - - - PS DNP PS 0-0-1-029 Edmonds, Chase P P P P P P P P P P P 11-0-0-011 Fitzgerald, Larry WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR 11-11-0-030 Ford, Rudy P P IAJ P P P S P P IAJ IAJ 8-1-0-337 Foster, D.J. IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR N/A69 Friend, Kyle - - - - - - PS - - - - N/A92 Gardeck, Dennis P P P P P P P P P P P 11-0-0-07 Glennon, Mike IA IA IA DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-8-344 Golden, Markus IAJ IAJ DE DE IAJ DE DE DE DE DE DE 8-8-0-375 Golditch, Zack - - - - - - - - IA DNP P 1-0-1-15 Gonzalez, Zane - - - - - - - - - - PS N/A78 Gossett, Colby - - - - - - - - IA IA IA 0-0-0-384 Gresham, Jermaine IAJ IAJ P TE TE TE TE P TE TE TE 9-7-0-295 Gunter, Rodney P P P P DT P DT DT DT P DT 11-5-0-058 Harris, Nigel - - PS PS - - - - - - - N/A51 Hodges, Gerald P SLB SLB P P P P P P P P 11-2-0-085 Holmes, Gabe TE TE P TE TE P P P PS PS PS 8-4-0-060 House, Will PS PS PS PS PS PS - - - - - N/A74 Humphries, D.J. LT LT LT LT LT LT LT LT LT IAJ IAJ 9-9-0-276 Iupati, Mike LG LG LG LG LG LG IAJ LG IAJ LG LG 9-9-0-294 James, Alec PS PS PS - - - - - - - - N/A31 Johnson, David RB RB RB RB RB RB RB RB RB RB RB 11-11-0-028 Johnson, Dontae - - - - - - - - - - - 0-0-0-027 Johnson, Leonard - - - - - - - - - P DB 2-1-0-055 Jones, Chandler DE DE DE DE DE DE DE DE DE DE DE 11-11-0-025 Jones, Chris PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS P 1-0-0-096 Kamalu, Ufomba - - - PS PS PS PS PS - - - N/A6 Kanoff, Charles PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS IA 0-0-0-113 Kirk, Christian P P WR P WR WR P WR WR WR P 11-6-0-02 Lee, Andy P P P P P P P P P P P 11-0-0-066 Leonard, Rick - - - - - - - - - PS PS N/A22 Logan, T.J. IAJ P IA IA IA IA IA P P P P 5-0-0-650 Martin, Gabe IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR N/A91 Mayowa, Benson DE DE P P DE P P P P P P 11-3-0-01 McCrane, Matt - - - - - - - PS - P - 1-0-0-093 Moats, Arthur IR IR IR IR IR - - - - - - N/A56 Moore, Zach P P P P P P P P P P P 11-0-0-062 Munyer, Daniel DNP DNP P P P P RG P P P P 9-1-2-014 Nelson, J.J. P P P P P P WR P P P WR 11-2-0-039 Nichols, Deatrick IA P IA IA P PS IA PS PS PS PS 2-0-0-490 Nkemdiche, Robert DT DT DT DT IAJ DT P DT IAJ IAJ P 8-6-0-397 Odenigbo, Ifeadi - - - IA P IA IA - - - - 1-0-0-342 Owens, Jonathan IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR N/A35 Penny, Elijhaa PS PS - - - - - - - - - N/A98 Peters, Corey DT DT DT DT DT DT DT IAJ DT DT DT 10-10-0-121 Peterson, Patrick CB CB CB CB CB CB CB CB CB CB CB 11-11-0-082 Phillips, John - - - - - - - - P P TE 3-1-0-072 Pierre, Olsen P IAJ IAJ P P P P P P DT P 9-1-0-235 Pleasant, Eddie - - - - - - - P IA - - 1-0-0-167 Pugh, Justin RG RG RG RG RG RG DNP IAJ RG IR IR 7-7-1-143 Reddick, Haason P P P P WLB WLB SLB SLB SLB SLB SLB 11-7-0-018 Reedy, Bernard - - - - PS PS - - - - - N/A23 Rollins, Quinten - - - - - - - - - - - 0-0-0-03 Rosen, Josh DNP DNP P QB QB QB QB QB QB QB QB 9-8-2-086 Seals-Jones, Ricky TE TE TE P P P TE TE P P P 11-5-0-061 Shelton, Coleman - - - - - - PS PS PS PS PS N/A16 Sherfield, Trent P IA P P P IA P IA P P P 8-0-0-353 Shipley, A.Q. 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2018 ARIZONA CARDINALS STARTERS

Opponent, Date WR LT LG C RG RT TE TE QB RB FBWashington, Sep. 9 Fitzgerald Humphries Iupati Cole Pugh Smith Seals-Jones Holmes Bradford Johnson Coleman

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB RB TEat LA Rams, Sep. 16 Fitzgerald Humphries Iupati Cole Pugh Wetzel Seals-Jones Williams Bradford Johnson Holmes

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB RB WRChicago, Sep. 23 Fitzgerald Humphries Iupati Cole Pugh Wetzel Seals-Jones Williams Bradford Johnson Kirk

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB RB TESeattle, Sep. 30 Fitzgerald Humphries Iupati Cole Pugh Wetzel Gresham Williams Rosen Johnson Holmesat San Francisco, Oct. 7 Fitzgerald Humphries Iupati Cole Pugh Smith Gresham Kirk Rosen Johnson Holmes

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB RB WRat Minnesota, Oct. 14 Fitzgerald Humphries Iupati Cole Pugh Smith Gresham Williams Rosen Johnson Kirk

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB RB TEDenver, Oct. 18 Fitzgerald Humphries Wetzel Cole Munyer Smith Seals-Jones Nelson Rosen Johnson Gresham

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB RB WRSan Francisco, Oct. 28 Fitzgerald Humphries Iupati Cole Wetzel Smith Seals-Jones Williams Rosen Johnson Kirk

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB RB FBat Kansas City, Nov. 11 Fitzgerald Humphries Vujnovich Cole Pugh Smith Gresham Kirk Rosen Johnson ColemanOakland, Nov. 18 Fitzgerald Cunningham Iupati Cole Aboushi Smith Gresham Kirk Rosen Johnson Coleman

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB RB TEat LA Chargers, Nov. 25 Fitzgerald Cunningham Iupati Cole Vujnovich Smith Gresham Nelson Rosen Johnson Phillipsat Green Bay, Dec. 2Detroit, Dec. 9at Atlanta, Dec. 16LA Rams, Dec. 23at Seattle, Dec. 30

Opponent, Date DE DT DT DE LB LB S CB CB SS FSWashington, Sep. 9 Mayowa Peters Nkemdiche Jones Bynes Bucannon Boston Peterson Taylor Baker Betheaat LA Rams, Sep. 16 Mayowa Peters Nkemdiche Jones Bynes Hodges Boston Peterson Taylor Baker BetheaChicago, Sep. 23 Golden Peters Nkemdiche Jones Bynes Hodges Boston Peterson Taylor Baker BetheaSeattle, Sep. 30 Golden Peters Nkemdiche Jones Bynes Bucannon Boston Peterson Benwikere Baker Betheaat San Francisco, Oct. 7 Mayowa Peters Gunter Jones Bynes Reddick Boston Peterson Benwikere Baker Betheaat Minnesota, Oct. 14 Golden Peters Nkemdiche Jones Bynes Reddick Boston Peterson Benwikere Baker BetheaDenver, Oct. 18 Golden Peters Gunter Jones Bynes Reddick Ford Peterson Benwikere Baker Bethea

DE DT DT DE SLB MLB WLB CB CB SS FSSan Francisco, Oct. 28 Golden Nkemdiche Gunter Jones Reddick Bynes Bucannon Peterson Benwikere Baker Bethea

DE DT DT DE LB LB S CB CB SS FSat Kansas City, Nov. 11 Golden Peters Gunter Jones Bynes Reddick Boston Peterson Benwikere Baker Bethea

DE DT DT DE SLB MLB WLB CB CB SS FSOakland, Nov. 18 Golden Peters Pierre Jones Reddick Bynes Bucannon Peterson Benwikere Boston Bethea

DE DT DT DE LB LB DB CB CB SS FSat LA Chargers, Nov. 25 Golden Peters Gunter Jones Bynes Reddick L. Johnson Peterson Benwikere Boston Betheaat Green Bay, Dec. 2Detroit, Dec. 9at Atlanta, Dec. 16LA Rams, Dec. 23at Seattle, Dec. 30

Washington, Sep. 9 at San Francisco, Oct. 7 at Kansas City, Nov. 11 Detroit, Dec. 9OL Korey Cunningham QB Sam Bradford OL Zack GolditchQB Mike Glennon OL Blaine Clausell OL Colby GossettDE Markus Golden OL Korey Cunningham OL Mike IupatiTE Jermaine Gresham DE Markus Golden DT Robert NkemdicheRB T.J. Logan RB T.J. Logan S Eddie PleasantCB Deatrick Nichols DT Robert Nkemdiche WR Chad WilliamsOL Jeremy Vujnovich OL Jeremy Vujnovich WR Kendall Wright

at LA Rams, Sep. 16 at Minnesota, Oct. 14 Oakland, Nov. 18 at Atlanta, Dec. 16OL Korey Cunningham QB Sam Bradford S Budda BakerQB Mike Glennon OL Blaine Clausell K Phil DawsonDE Markus Golden OL Korey Cunningham S Rudy FordTE Jermaine Gresham RB T.J. Logan OL Colby GossettDT Olsen Pierre DE Ifeadi Odenigbo OL D.J. HumphriesWR Trent Sherfield WR Trent Sherfield DT Robert NkemdicheOL Andre Smith WR Kendall Wright WR Chad Williams

Chicago, Sep. 23 Denver, Oct. 18 (Thu.) at LA Chargers, Nov. 25 LA Rams, Dec. 23OL Korey Cunningham S Tre Boston S Budda BakerS Rudy Ford QB Sam Bradford $LB Deone BucannonQB Mike Glennon OL Mike Iupati S Rudy FordRB T.J. Logan RB T.J. Logan OL Colby GossettCB Deatrick Nichols CB Deatrick Nichols OL D.J. HumphriesDT Olsen Pierre DE Ifeadi Odenigbo QB Charles KanoffOL Andre Smith OL Jeremy Vujnovich WR Chad Williams

Seattle, Sep. 30 San Francisco, Oct. 28 at Green Bay, Dec. 2 at Seattle, Dec. 30QB Sam Bradford S Tre BostonOL Korey Cunningham QB Sam BradfordRB T.J. Logan OL Korey CunninghamCB Deatrick Nichols DT Corey PetersDE Ifeadi Odenigbo OL Justin PughOL Andre Smith WR Trent SherfieldOL Jeremy Vujnovich OL Jeremy Vujnovich

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2018 ARIZONA CARDINALS INACTIVES

Opponent, Date WR LT LG C RG RT TE TE QB RB FBWashington, Sep. 9 Fitzgerald Humphries Iupati Cole Pugh Smith Seals-Jones Holmes Bradford Johnson Coleman

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB RB TEat LA Rams, Sep. 16 Fitzgerald Humphries Iupati Cole Pugh Wetzel Seals-Jones Williams Bradford Johnson Holmes

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB RB WRChicago, Sep. 23 Fitzgerald Humphries Iupati Cole Pugh Wetzel Seals-Jones Williams Bradford Johnson Kirk

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB RB TESeattle, Sep. 30 Fitzgerald Humphries Iupati Cole Pugh Wetzel Gresham Williams Rosen Johnson Holmesat San Francisco, Oct. 7 Fitzgerald Humphries Iupati Cole Pugh Smith Gresham Kirk Rosen Johnson Holmes

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB RB WRat Minnesota, Oct. 14 Fitzgerald Humphries Iupati Cole Pugh Smith Gresham Williams Rosen Johnson Kirk

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB RB TEDenver, Oct. 18 Fitzgerald Humphries Wetzel Cole Munyer Smith Seals-Jones Nelson Rosen Johnson Gresham

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB RB WRSan Francisco, Oct. 28 Fitzgerald Humphries Iupati Cole Wetzel Smith Seals-Jones Williams Rosen Johnson Kirk

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB RB FBat Kansas City, Nov. 11 Fitzgerald Humphries Vujnovich Cole Pugh Smith Gresham Kirk Rosen Johnson ColemanOakland, Nov. 18 Fitzgerald Cunningham Iupati Cole Aboushi Smith Gresham Kirk Rosen Johnson Coleman

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB RB TEat LA Chargers, Nov. 25 Fitzgerald Cunningham Iupati Cole Vujnovich Smith Gresham Nelson Rosen Johnson Phillipsat Green Bay, Dec. 2Detroit, Dec. 9at Atlanta, Dec. 16LA Rams, Dec. 23at Seattle, Dec. 30

Opponent, Date DE DT DT DE LB LB S CB CB SS FSWashington, Sep. 9 Mayowa Peters Nkemdiche Jones Bynes Bucannon Boston Peterson Taylor Baker Betheaat LA Rams, Sep. 16 Mayowa Peters Nkemdiche Jones Bynes Hodges Boston Peterson Taylor Baker BetheaChicago, Sep. 23 Golden Peters Nkemdiche Jones Bynes Hodges Boston Peterson Taylor Baker BetheaSeattle, Sep. 30 Golden Peters Nkemdiche Jones Bynes Bucannon Boston Peterson Benwikere Baker Betheaat San Francisco, Oct. 7 Mayowa Peters Gunter Jones Bynes Reddick Boston Peterson Benwikere Baker Betheaat Minnesota, Oct. 14 Golden Peters Nkemdiche Jones Bynes Reddick Boston Peterson Benwikere Baker BetheaDenver, Oct. 18 Golden Peters Gunter Jones Bynes Reddick Ford Peterson Benwikere Baker Bethea

DE DT DT DE SLB MLB WLB CB CB SS FSSan Francisco, Oct. 28 Golden Nkemdiche Gunter Jones Reddick Bynes Bucannon Peterson Benwikere Baker Bethea

DE DT DT DE LB LB S CB CB SS FSat Kansas City, Nov. 11 Golden Peters Gunter Jones Bynes Reddick Boston Peterson Benwikere Baker Bethea

DE DT DT DE SLB MLB WLB CB CB SS FSOakland, Nov. 18 Golden Peters Pierre Jones Reddick Bynes Bucannon Peterson Benwikere Boston Bethea

DE DT DT DE LB LB DB CB CB SS FSat LA Chargers, Nov. 25 Golden Peters Gunter Jones Bynes Reddick L. Johnson Peterson Benwikere Boston Betheaat Green Bay, Dec. 2Detroit, Dec. 9at Atlanta, Dec. 16LA Rams, Dec. 23at Seattle, Dec. 30

Washington, Sep. 9 at San Francisco, Oct. 7 at Kansas City, Nov. 11 Detroit, Dec. 9OL Korey Cunningham QB Sam Bradford OL Zack GolditchQB Mike Glennon OL Blaine Clausell OL Colby GossettDE Markus Golden OL Korey Cunningham OL Mike IupatiTE Jermaine Gresham DE Markus Golden DT Robert NkemdicheRB T.J. Logan RB T.J. Logan S Eddie PleasantCB Deatrick Nichols DT Robert Nkemdiche WR Chad WilliamsOL Jeremy Vujnovich OL Jeremy Vujnovich WR Kendall Wright

at LA Rams, Sep. 16 at Minnesota, Oct. 14 Oakland, Nov. 18 at Atlanta, Dec. 16OL Korey Cunningham QB Sam Bradford S Budda BakerQB Mike Glennon OL Blaine Clausell K Phil DawsonDE Markus Golden OL Korey Cunningham S Rudy FordTE Jermaine Gresham RB T.J. Logan OL Colby GossettDT Olsen Pierre DE Ifeadi Odenigbo OL D.J. HumphriesWR Trent Sherfield WR Trent Sherfield DT Robert NkemdicheOL Andre Smith WR Kendall Wright WR Chad Williams

Chicago, Sep. 23 Denver, Oct. 18 (Thu.) at LA Chargers, Nov. 25 LA Rams, Dec. 23OL Korey Cunningham S Tre Boston S Budda BakerS Rudy Ford QB Sam Bradford $LB Deone BucannonQB Mike Glennon OL Mike Iupati S Rudy FordRB T.J. Logan RB T.J. Logan OL Colby GossettCB Deatrick Nichols CB Deatrick Nichols OL D.J. HumphriesDT Olsen Pierre DE Ifeadi Odenigbo QB Charles KanoffOL Andre Smith OL Jeremy Vujnovich WR Chad Williams

Seattle, Sep. 30 San Francisco, Oct. 28 at Green Bay, Dec. 2 at Seattle, Dec. 30QB Sam Bradford S Tre BostonOL Korey Cunningham QB Sam BradfordRB T.J. Logan OL Korey CunninghamCB Deatrick Nichols DT Corey PetersDE Ifeadi Odenigbo OL Justin PughOL Andre Smith WR Trent SherfieldOL Jeremy Vujnovich OL Jeremy Vujnovich

DEFENSE

OFFENSE

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ROSTER BY POSITION

No. Name Pos. College Ht. Wt. Age NFL Exp.

44 Golden, Markus DE Missouri 6-3 260 27 495 Gunter, Rodney DT Delaware State 6-5 305 26 455 Jones, Chandler DE Syracuse 6-5 265 28 791 Mayowa, Benson DE Idaho 6-3 265 27 656 Moore, Zach DE Concordia-St. Paul 6-6 275 28 290 Nkemdiche, Robert DT Mississippi 6-4 296 24 398 Peters, Corey DT Kentucky 6-3 305 30 972 Pierre, Olsen DT Miami 6-5 293 27 2

20 Bucannon, Deone $LB Washington State 6-1 211 26 592 Gardeck, Dennis LB Sioux Falls 6-0 242 24 R51 Hodges, Gerald LB Penn State 6-2 236 27 643 Reddick, Haason LB Temple 6-1 235 24 247 Turner, Zeke LB Washington 6-2 214 22 R59 Walker, Joe LB Oregon 6-2 236 25 3

38 Amerson, David CB North Carolina State 6-1 205 26 628 Johnson, Dontae CB North Carolina State 6-2 200 26 527 Johnson, Leonard CB Iowa State 5-10 194 28 721 Peterson, Patrick CB LSU 6-1 203 28 823 Rollins, Quinten CB Miami (OH) 5-11 195 26 426 Williams, Brandon CB Texas A&M 6-0 200 26 3

36 Baker, Budda S Washington 5-10 195 22 241 Bethea, Antoine S Howard 5-11 206 33 1333 Boston, Tre S North Carolina 6-1 205 26 530 Ford, Rudy S Auburn 6-0 204 24 2

46 Brewer, Aaron LS San Diego State 6-5 232 28 7

2 Lee, Andy P Pittsburgh 6-1 185 35 15

5 Gonzalez, Zane K Arizona State 6-0 202 23 2

70 Aboushi, Oday OL Virginia 6-5 315 27 564 Cole, Mason OL Michigan 6-5 307 22 R79 Cunningham, Korey OL Cincinnati 6-6 311 23 R75 Golditch, Zack OL Colorado State 6-5 295 23 R78 Gossett, Colby OL Appalachian State 6-5 311 23 R74 Humphries, D.J. OL Florida 6-5 307 24 476 Iupati, Mike OL Idaho 6-5 331 31 962 Munyer, Daniel OL Colorado 6-1 305 26 268 Vujnovich, Jeremy OL Louisiana College 6-5 300 28 3

81 Daniels, Darrell TE Washington 6-3 246 24 284 Gresham, Jermaine TE Oklahoma 6-5 260 30 982 Phillips, John TE Virginia 6-5 251 31 986 Seals-Jones, Ricky TE Texas A&M 6-5 243 23 2

32 Coleman, Derrick FB UCLA 6-0 233 29 529 Edmonds, Chase RB Fordham 5-9 205 22 R31 Johnson, David RB Northern Iowa 6-1 224 26 422 Logan, T.J. RB North Carolina 5-10 195 23 2

11 Fitzgerald, Larry WR Pittsburgh 6-3 218 34 1513 Kirk, Christian WR Texas A&M 5-11 200 22 R14 Nelson, J.J. WR UAB 5-10 160 26 416 Sherfield, Trent WR Vanderbilt 6-1 205 22 R10 Williams, Chad WR Grambling State 6-1 204 24 2

7 Glennon, Mike QB N.C. State 6-6 225 28 66 Kanoff, Charles QB Princeton 6-4 219 24 R3 Rosen, Josh QB UCLA 6-4 218 21 R

Long Snapper (1)

Kicker (1)

Tight Ends (4)

Quarterbacks (3)

Defensive Line (8)

Linebackers (6)

Cornerbacks (6)

Safeties (4)

Wide Receivers (5)

Running Backs (4)

Punter (1)

Offensive Line (9)

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DRAFT TRADES WAIVERS FREE AGENTS

2018 ARIZONA CARDINALSHOW THEY WERE BUILT

2018 ARIZONA CARDINALS – HOW THEY WERE BUILT

DRAFT WAIVERS TRADES

2004 Larry Fitzgerald (1)

FREE AGENTS

2011 Patrick Peterson (1)

2014 Deone Bucannon (1)

Jermaine Gresham Mike Iupati (SF) Corey Peters (Atl) Olsen Pierre A.Q. Shipley John Wetzel

D.J. Humphries (1) Markus Golden (2) David Johnson (3) Rodney Gunter (4) J.J. Nelson (5b)

2015

Robert Nkemdiche (1) Brandon Williams (3)

Chandler Jones (NE)

Aaron Brewer Daniel Munyer

2016

Antoine Bethea Josh Bynes Phil Dawson (SF) D.J. Foster Andy Lee Ricky Seals-Jones (R)

Haason Reddick (1) Budda Baker (2) Chad Williams (3) T.J. Logan (5b) Rudy Ford (6)

2017

Josh Rosen (1) Christian Kirk (2) Mason Cole (3) Chase Edmonds (4) Korey Cunningham (7)

2018

Jeremy Cash (Cle) Darrell Daniels (Sea) Jeremy Vujnovich (Ind)

Oday Aboushi David Amerson Tre Boston Derrick Coleman (Atl) Dennis Gardeck (R) Mike Glennon Zack Golditch (R) Zane Gonzalez Colby Gossett (R) Gerald Hodges Dontae Johnson Leonard Johnson Charles Kanoff (R) Benson Mayowa Zach Moore Jonathan Owens (R) John Phillips Justin Pugh (NYG) Quinten Rollins Trent Sherfield (R) Zeke Turner (R) Joe Walker

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ARIZONA CARDINALS 2018 DEPTH CHART(AS PREPARED BY TEAM’S MEDIA RELATIONS DEPARTMENT)

2018 ARIZONA CARDINALS DEPTH CHART (AS PREPARED BY TEAM’S MEDIA RELATIONS DEPARTMENT)

OFFENSE WR 11 Larry Fitzgerald 13 Christian Kirk 16 Trent Sherfield

LT 74 D.J. Humphries 75 Zack Golditch

LG 76 Mike Iupati 70 Oday Aboushi

C 64 Mason Cole 62 Daniel Munyer

RG 68 Jeremy Vujnovich 78 Colby Gossett

RT 79 Korey Cunningham 75 Zack Golditch

TE 86 Ricky Seals-Jones 84 Jermaine Gresham 82 John Phillips 81 Darrell Daniels

WR 10 Chad Williams 14 J.J. Nelson

QB 3 Josh Rosen 7 Mike Glennon 6 Charles Kanoff

RB 31 David Johnson 29 Chase Edmonds 22 T.J. Logan

FB 32 Derrick Coleman

DEFENSE DE 44 Markus Golden 91 Benson Mayowa

DT 98 Corey Peters 90 Robert Nkemdiche

DT 95 Rodney Gunter 72 Olsen Pierre

DE 55 Chandler Jones 56 Zach Moore

SLB 43 Haason Reddick 92 Dennis Gardeck

MLB 51 Gerald Hodges 47 Zeke Turner

WLB 20 Deone Bucannon 59 Joe Walker

CB 21 Patrick Peterson 26 Brandon Williams 28 Dontae Johnson

CB 38 David Amerson 27 Leonard Johnson 23 Quinten Rollins

SS 36 Budda Baker 30 Rudy Ford

FS 41 Antoine Bethea 33 Tre Boston

SPECIALISTS K 5 Zane Gonzalez

P 2 Andy Lee

LS 46 Aaron Brewer

H 2 Andy Lee

KR 22 T.J. Logan 26 Brandon Williams

PR 13 Christian Kirk 22 T.J. Logan

NOTE: Rookies are underlined

PRONUNCIATIONS Oday Aboushi OH-day / ah-BOO-shee Antoine Bethea ANN-twahn / buh-THAY Deone Bucannon day-OWN Darrell Daniels duh-RELL Mike Iupati yoo-PAH-tee Dontae Johnson don-TAY

Charles Kanoff kuh-NOFF Benson Mayowa may-OH-uh Robert Nkemdiche kim-DEE-chee Haason Reddick ha-SAHN Jeremy Vujnovich VIEW-nuh-vitch

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ARIZONA CARDINALS NUMERICAL ROSTER

No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. AgeNFL Exp. College

How Acquired

2018 GP-GS-DNP-IA

2 Andy Lee P 6-1 185 35 15 Pittsburgh FA-17 11-0-0-03 Josh Rosen QB 6-4 218 21 R UCLA D1-18 9-8-2-05 Zane Gonzalez K 6-0 202 23 2 Arizona State FA-18 0-0-0-06 Charles Kanoff QB 6-4 219 24 R Princeton FA-18 0-0-0-17 Mike Glennon QB 6-6 225 28 6 N.C. State FA-18 0-0-8-310 Chad Williams WR 6-1 204 24 2 Grambling D3-17 8-6-0-311 Larry Fitzgerald WR 6-3 218 35 15 Pittsburgh D1-04 11-11-0-013 Christian Kirk WR 5-11 200 22 R Texas A&M D2-18 11-6-0-014 J.J. Nelson WR 5-10 160 26 4 UAB D5b-15 11-2-0-016 Trent Sherfield WR 6-1 205 22 R Vanderbilt FA-18 8-0-0-320 Deone Bucannon $LB 6-1 211 26 5 Washington State D1-14 10-4-0-121 Patrick Peterson CB 6-1 203 28 8 LSU D1-11 11-11-0-022 T.J. Logan RB 5-10 195 24 2 North Carolina D5b-17 5-0-0-623 Quinten Rollins CB 5-11 195 26 4 Miami (OH) FA-18 0-0-0-026 Brandon Williams CB 6-0 200 26 3 Texas A&M D3-16 11-0-0-027 Leonard Johnson CB 5-10 194 28 7 Iowa State FA-18 2-1-0-028 Dontae Johnson CB 6-2 200 26 5 North Carolina State FA-18 0-0-0-029 Chase Edmonds RB 5-9 205 22 R Fordham D4-18 11-0-0-030 Rudy Ford S 6-0 204 24 2 Auburn D6-17 8-1-0-331 David Johnson RB 6-1 224 26 4 Northern Iowa D3-15 11-11-0-032 Derrick Coleman FB 6-0 233 28 5 UCLA UFA-18 (Atl) 11-3-0-033 Tre Boston S 6-1 205 26 5 North Carolina FA-18 9-9-0-236 Budda Baker S 5-10 195 22 2 Washington D2-17 9-9-0-238 David Amerson CB 6-1 205 26 6 North Carolina State FA-18 1-0-0-041 Antoine Bethea S 5-11 206 34 13 Howard FA-17 11-11-0-043 Haason Reddick LB 6-1 235 24 2 Temple D1-17 11-7-0-044 Markus Golden DE 6-3 260 27 4 Missouri D2-15 8-8-0-346 Aaron Brewer LS 6-5 232 28 7 San Diego State FA-16 11-0-0-047 Zeke Turner LB 6-2 214 22 R Washington FA-18 11-0-0-051 Gerald Hodges LB 6-2 236 27 6 Penn State FA-18 11-2-0-055 Chandler Jones DE 6-5 265 28 7 Syracuse TR-16 (NE) 11-11-0-056 Zach Moore DE 6-6 275 28 2 Concordia-St. Paul FA-18 11-0-0-059 Joe Walker LB 6-2 236 25 3 Oregon FA-18 9-0-0-062 Daniel Munyer OL 6-1 305 26 2 Colorado FA-16 9-1-2-064 Mason Cole OL 6-5 307 22 R Michigan D3-18 11-11-0-068 Jeremy Vujnovich OL 6-5 300 28 3 Louisiana College WV-18 (Ind) 5-2-1-570 Oday Aboushi OL 6-5 315 27 5 Virginia FA-18 3-1-1-072 Olsen Pierre DT 6-5 293 27 2 Miami FA-15 9-1-0-274 D.J. Humphries OL 6-5 307 24 4 Florida D1-15 9-9-0-275 Zack Golditch OL 6-5 295 23 R Colorado State FA-18 1-0-1-176 Mike Iupati OL 6-5 331 31 9 Idaho UFA-15 (SF) 9-9-0-278 Colby Gossett OL 6-5 311 23 R Appalachian State FA-18 0-0-0-379 Korey Cunningham OL 6-6 311 23 R Cincinnati D7-18 2-2-2-781 Darrell Daniels TE 6-3 246 24 2 Washington WV-18 (Sea) 0-0-0-082 John Phillips TE 6-5 251 31 9 Virginia FA-18 3-1-0-084 Jermaine Gresham TE 6-5 260 30 9 Oklahoma FA-15 9-7-0-286 Ricky Seals-Jones TE 6-5 243 23 2 Texas A&M FA-17 11-5-0-090 Robert Nkemdiche DT 6-4 296 24 3 Mississippi D1-16 8-6-0-391 Benson Mayowa DE 6-3 265 27 6 Idaho FA-18 11-3-0-092 Dennis Gardeck LB 6-0 242 24 R Sioux Falls FA-18 11-0-0-095 Rodney Gunter DT 6-5 305 26 4 Delaware State D4-15 11-5-0-098 Corey Peters DT 6-3 305 30 9 Kentucky UFA-15 (Atl) 10-10-0-1

Head Coach: Steve Wilks Assistants: Al Holcomb (Defensive Coordinator), Byron Leftwich (Offensive Coordinator), Jeff Rodgers (Special Teams Coordinator), Chris Achuff (Asst. Defensive Line), Terry Allen (Bill Bidwill Fellowship/RBs), Ray Brown (Offensive Line), Alonso Escalante (Defensive Quality Control), Larry Foote (Linebackers), Kevin Garver (Wide Receivers), Charlie Harbison (Asst. Defensive Backs), Steve Heiden (Asst. Offensive Line), Don Johnson (Sr. Asst./Defensive Line), Randall McCray (Asst. Special Teams), David Merritt, Sr. (Defensive Backs), Jason Michael (Tight Ends), Buddy Morris (Strength & Conditioning), Troy Rothenbuhler (Offensive Quality Control), Vernon Stephens (Asst. Strength and Conditioning), Cameron Turner (Offensive Asst.), Kirby Wilson (Running Backs)

2018 Coaching Staff

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No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. BirthdateNFL Exp. College Hometown

70 Aboushi, Oday OL 6-5 315 6/5/1991 5 Virginia Brooklyn, NY38 Amerson, David CB 6-1 205 12/8/1991 6 North Carolina State Honolulu, HI36 Baker, Budda S 5-10 195 1/10/1996 2 Washington Bellevue, WA41 Bethea, Antoine S 5-11 206 7/27/1984 13 Howard Newport News, VA33 Boston, Tre S 6-1 205 6/25/1992 5 North Carolina Ft. Myers, FL46 Brewer, Aaron LS 6-5 232 7/5/1990 7 San Diego State Fullerton, CA20 Bucannon, Deone $LB 6-1 211 8/30/1992 5 Washington State Fairfield, CA64 Cole, Mason OL 6-5 307 3/28/1996 R Michigan Tarpon Springs, FL32 Coleman, Derrick FB 6-0 233 10/18/1990 5 UCLA Fullerton, CA79 Cunningham, Korey OL 6-6 311 5/17/1995 R Cincinnati Montevallo, AL81 Daniels, Darrell TE 6-3 246 11/22/1994 2 Washington Pittsburg, CA29 Edmonds, Chase RB 5-9 205 4/13/1996 R Fordham Harrisburg, PA11 Fitzgerald, Larry WR 6-3 218 8/31/1983 15 Pittsburgh Minneapolis, MN30 Ford, Rudy S 6-0 204 11/1/1994 2 Auburn Big Cove, AL92 Gardeck, Dennis LB 6-0 242 8/9/1994 R Sioux Falls Lake in the Hills, IL7 Glennon, Mike QB 6-6 225 12/12/1989 6 N.C. State Fairfax County, VA44 Golden, Markus DE 6-3 260 3/13/1991 4 Missouri St. Louis, MO75 Golditch, Zack OL 6-5 295 2/22/1995 R Colorado State Aurora, CO5 Gonzalez, Zane K 6-0 202 5/7/1995 2 Arizona State Deer Park, TX78 Gossett, Colby OL 6-5 311 6/23/1995 R Appalachian State Cumming, GA84 Gresham, Jermaine TE 6-5 260 6/16/1988 9 Oklahoma Ardmore, OK95 Gunter, Rodney DT 6-5 305 1/19/1992 4 Delaware State Lake Hamilton, FL51 Hodges, Gerald LB 6-2 236 1/17/1991 6 Penn State Paulsboro, NJ74 Humphries, D.J. OL 6-5 307 12/28/1993 4 Florida Charlotte, NC76 Iupati, Mike OL 6-5 331 5/12/1987 9 Idaho Vaitogi, American Samoa31 Johnson, David RB 6-1 224 12/16/1991 4 Northern Iowa Clinton, IA28 Johnson, Dontae CB 6-2 200 12/1/1991 5 North Carolina State Plainfield, NJ27 Johnson, Leonard CB 5-10 194 3/30/1990 7 Iowa State Clearwater, FL55 Jones, Chandler DE 6-5 265 2/27/1990 7 Syracuse Endicott, NY6 Kanoff, Charles QB 6-4 219 10/6/1994 R Princeton Pacific Palisades, CA13 Kirk, Christian WR 5-11 200 11/18/1996 R Texas A&M Scottsdale, AZ2 Lee, Andy P 6-1 185 8/11/1982 15 Pittsburgh Westminster, SC22 Logan, T.J. RB 5-10 195 9/3/1994 2 North Carolina Greensboro, NC91 Mayowa, Benson DE 6-3 265 8/3/1991 6 Idaho Inglewood, CA56 Moore, Zach DE 6-6 275 9/5/1990 2 Concordia-St. Paul Chicago, IL62 Munyer, Daniel OL 6-1 305 3/4/1992 2 Colorado Harbor City, CA14 Nelson, J.J. WR 5-10 160 4/24/1992 4 UAB Midfield, AL90 Nkemdiche, Robert DT 6-4 296 9/19/1994 3 Mississippi Loganville, GA98 Peters, Corey DT 6-3 305 6/8/1988 9 Kentucky Louisville, KY21 Peterson, Patrick CB 6-1 203 7/11/1990 8 LSU Pompano Beach, FL82 Phillips, John TE 6-5 251 6/11/1987 9 Virginia Hot Springs, VA72 Pierre, Olsen DT 6-5 293 8/27/1991 2 Miami Rahway, NJ43 Reddick, Haason LB 6-1 235 9/22/1994 2 Temple Camden, NJ23 Rollins, Quinten CB 5-11 195 7/15/1992 4 Miami (OH) Wilmington, OH3 Rosen, Josh QB 6-4 218 2/10/1997 R UCLA Manhattan Beach, CA86 Seals-Jones, Ricky TE 6-5 243 3/15/1995 2 Texas A&M Sealy, TX16 Sherfield, Trent WR 6-1 205 2/26/1996 R Vanderbilt Danville, IL47 Turner, Zeke LB 6-2 214 6/9/1996 R Washington Pasadena, MD68 Vujnovich, Jeremy OL 6-5 300 10/12/1990 3 Louisiana College Belle Chasse, LA59 Walker, Joe LB 6-2 236 12/11/1992 3 Oregon Palos Verdes, CA26 Williams, Brandon CB 6-0 200 9/9/1992 3 Texas A&M Brookshire, TX10 Williams, Chad WR 6-1 204 10/19/1994 2 Grambling State Baton Rouge, LA

No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. BirthdateNFL Exp. College Injury/Date Listed

57 Bynes, Josh LB 6-1 235 8/24/1989 7 Auburn Thumb/November 2652 Cash, Jeremy LB 6-0 230 12/9/1992 3 Duke Knee/August 144 Dawson, Phil K 5-11 200 1/23/1975 20 Texas Hip/November 2637 Foster, D.J. RB 6-0 195 11/22/1993 3 Arizona State Knee/August 2850 Martin, Gabe LB 6-2 236 6/5/1992 3 Bowling Green Achilles/May 242 Owens, Jonathan S 5-11 210 7/22/1995 R Missouri Western Knee/June 1267 Pugh, Justin OL 6-5 311 8/15/1990 6 Syracuse Knee/November 1353 Shipley, A.Q. OL 6-1 307 5/22/1986 7 Penn State Knee/August 773 Wetzel, John OL 6-7 328 7/18/1991 3 Boston College Neck/November 3

No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. BirthdateNFL Exp. College Hometown

15 Crockett, Montay WR 6-0 184 12/11/1993 1 Georgia Southern Rock Hill, SC54 Dora, Vontarrius DE 6-4 256 9/7/1992 1 Louisiana Tech West Point, MS85 Holmes, Gabe TE 6-5 255 3/29/1991 1 Purdue Miramar, FL66 Leonard, Rick OL 6-7 311 11/22/1996 R Florida State Middletown, MD39 Nichols, Deatrick CB 5-10 189 6/8/1994 R South Florida Miami, FL61 Shelton, Coleman OL 6-4 299 7/28/1995 R Washington Pasadena, CA17 Tolliver, Jalen WR 6-3 210 12/30/1995 R Arkansas-Monticello Rayville, LA34 Wilds, Brandon RB 6-0 220 7/22/1993 2 South Carolina Chapin, SC

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