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Posts Tagged ‘Arizona Cardinals.’

Cincinnati Bengals release 2014 Preseason schedule

(courtesy Cincinnati Bengals, NFL)

The Cincinnati Bengals now know who they’ll be playing in the upcoming preseason.

The opposition will be the Chiefs, Jets, Cardinals and as usual, the Colts.

The schedule works this way. They’ll open at the Kansas City Chiefs and then host the New York Jets.

They’ll conclude the preseason on August 24 at the Arizona Cardinals and at home against the Indianapolis Colts on August 28.

The dates for the Chiefs and Jets games will be announced at a later date.

Bengals WR Green passes Collinsworth’s rookie receiving yardage record

 

A. J. Green (U of Georgia photo)

Cincinnati Bengals rookie A.J. Green is starting to become the new star at wide receiver now that Chad Ochocinco is gone.

The quiet rookie from the University of Georgia caught 2 passes for just 25 yards in Sunday’s 23-16 win over the Arizona Cardinals, but it allowed him to pass fan-favorite Cris Collinsworth for the franchise record for rookie receiving yards.

Green now has 1,031 yards to eclipse the 1,009 that Collinsworth, currently a broadcaster for NBC, amassed in 1981.

Collinsworth still holds the record for receptions by a rookie with 67. Green currently is at 63 and has a chance to tie or even pass that mark this week against the Baltimore Ravens.

 

Info compiled from game notes of the Cincinnati Bengals

Rookie Newton has big game in Panthers loss

 

Cam Newton at QB leading Auburn vs Alabama in Iron Bowl in November 2010 (photo by Matthew Tosh via wikipedia commons)

Carolina Panthers rookie quarterback Cam Newton, the #1 overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, showed his critics his is more than ready for the pro game.

Newton had a record day in the Panthers 28-21 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. He completed 24 of 37 passes for 422 yards and two TD’s with one interception. He is the first rookie to throw for more than 400 yards in an NFL opening game.

Info compiled from Carolina Panthers & NFL news

Hampton Pirates Ellis named SBN Black College All-American

Logo and photo courtesy of Hampton athletics


Hampton University senior defensive end Kenrick Ellis was named to the 2010 SNB Sports Black College All-America Team, the American Urban Radio Networks announced this week.

Kenrick Ellis (photo by Mark Sutton)

It’s another in a long line of postseason accolades for Ellis of  West Palm Beach, Florida, the CFPA FCS Defensive Tackle of the Year. Ellis was also named to the Phil Steele, Walter Camp, Associated Press and Sports Network FCS All-America Teams, on top of being named to the BoxToRow.com/BASN HBCU Defensive Player of the Year.

Ellis was also a First Team All-MEAC selection in 2010. Hampton University plays in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference.

Ellis was second on the team in tackles with 94 total tackles (34 solo, 60 assisted), was also second on the team with 15.0 tackles for loss totaling 37 yards and was second on the team with 2.0 sacks on the season.

Ellis recorded a career-high 16 tackles (seven solo, nine assisted) at Howard on September 11 on his way to earning MEAC Defensive Player of the Week honors, and he also had 15 tackles (two solo, 13 assisted) at North Carolina Central on October 9.

Both of his sacks came at Howard.

The 2010 SBN Sports Black College All-American Team will be honored at the 37th annual BCAA Awards Luncheon on Saturday, February 12 at the Doubletree Resort Orlando in Orlando, Florida. The co-hosts for the event are Doug Banks and DeDe McGuire of the Doug Banks Radio Show. FOX Network analyst, actor and former New York Giants defensive end Michael Strahan will be the keynote speaker for the occasion, which also includes an NFL “Skull Session” dinner and BCAA Honorary Committee Dessert Reception.

Special invited guests include Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Raheem Morris, Pittsburgh Steelers co-owner John Stallworth, Arizona Cardinals cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Cleveland Browns defensive end Marcus Benard.

Info courtesy of Hampton University athletics

Arizona edges Dallas on field goal by Feely

Jay Feely connected on a 48-yard field goal which barely cleared the crossbar with five seconds to go to end a Dallas rally and give the Arizona Cardinals a 27-26 win over the Cowboys in Glendale, Arizona.

Dallas falls to 5-10, but rallied from an 18 point deficit to take a 26-24 lead when Stephen McGee, playing in his first NFL game, threw 45 yards to Miles Austin for a touchdown with 1:46 to play. The extra point missed wide left.

Jay Feely (photo by GMO66 via Wikipedia Commons)

The Cardinals upped their record to 5-10, was in deep trouble on their final possession, but rookie John Skelton, on fourth-and-15 from their own 19-yard line, threw 26 yards to fellow rookie Max Komar. Arizona got into Feely’s field goal range. He missed a 49 yarder earlier and had missed only three field goals all year, but also kicked a 49 field goal earlier in the game, came through.

The Cardinals, which had lost eight of nine games coming into the game, has 12 interception returns for touchdowns, one shy of the NFL record set by the Seattle Seahawks in 2003. They had two in the game.

compiled from NFL & Arizona Cardinals news

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