An American swimmer was saved in a dramatic rescue by her coach after she sank motionless to the bottom of a pool, and Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray is "sending love to our women" following the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade – these are the top stories in the world of sports from June 20-26.
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray reacted on Friday to the Supreme Court's decision to overturn the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade case that legalized abortion nationwide.
Over 240 high school students in Arizona got a chance to learn civics lessons first hand, with some help from the state's NFL team. FOX 10's Danielle Miller has more.
After a successful vote to continue negotiations, the Arizona Coyotes appear to be one step closer to a new arena in Tempe, the 2026 World Cup host cities were announced, and Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray attended mandatory workouts, despite not having a new contract – these are the top stories in the world of sports from last week.
Kyler Murray is looking to the future, seeking a long-term deal in the neighborhood of Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen’s $254 million pact signed last offseason.
An Arizona Cardinals player tragically died in a car accident, a former University of Arizona football player is accused of murder, and the Arizona Coyotes are one step closer to finding a new permanent home.
Murray is entering the fourth year of his rookie contract and wants a new long-term deal. It appears he’s looking for a contract in the neighborhood of Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen’s $254 million pact he signed last offseason.
The Dallas County medical examiner has identified the passenger killed in Monday's fiery crash in Dallas. She died along with pro-football player Jeff Gladney.
“We are devastated to learn of Jeff Gladney’s passing. Our hearts go out to his family, friends and all who are mourning this tremendous loss,” the Cardinals said in a statement.
In 2016, the Cardinals were featured in Amazon's "All or Nothing," which chronicled their 2015 season, ending with a loss in the NFL Championship game to the Carolina Panthers.
A break from bad news: From a toddler ordering nearly three-dozen cheeseburgers to a newlywed couple's fiery wedding-day entrance, there was no shortage of strange and unusual stories this week.
Christian Matthew said he was "very close" to accepting the Walmart job, but his family stepped in to remind him those jobs would always be there, playing in the NFL is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
The Arizona Cardinals will kick off the 2022 season at home against Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs. The following week, the Cardinals will travel to Las Vegas to face the Raiders.
"Hop’s character has never been in question… we got you family," Kyler Murray tweeted.
The Cardinals were required by the NFL to host a game outside the United States by 2023 after being awarded the hosting rights to the Super Bowl that will be played in February 2023.
"I fully intend to get to the bottom of this. As soon as I have more information I will share it," Arizona Cardinals All-Pro wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins said of his suspension.
Hopkins' suspension is a stunning blow for the Cardinals, who finished with an 11-6 record last season but faded down the stretch when the All-Pro wide receiver was out of the lineup because of injuries.
The Arizona Cardinals did a good job of filling perceived needs during this year’s NFL draft, adding a talented young receiver in a first-round trade, a pass-catching tight end in the second round, and a pair of intriguing edge rushers in the third round.
The Cardinals selected Colorado State tight end Trey McBride before turning to the defense, adding San Diego State edge rusher Cameron Thomas with the No. 87 pick in the third round.
The move shores up one big area of need for the Cardinals, who were hunting for a No. 2 receiver to pair with three-time All-Pro DeAndre Hopkins. Brown caught 91 passes, including six touchdowns, for 1,008 yards last season for the Ravens.