2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
0-3, 4th in NFC West
Cardinals not ready to make QB decision (0:46)
Wilks on decision to play Rosen: 'We needed a spark' (1:03)
Bears spoil Rosen's debut with INT (0:17)
Rosen endures nightmarish NFL debut (0:33)
Bradford commits 3 turnovers before getting benched (0:39)
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2dJosh Weinfuss

Rosen replaces Bradford but can't rescue Cards

Rookie quarterback Josh Rosen replaced starter Sam Bradford in the fourth quarter Sunday with the Cardinals trailing by two, but the former UCLA star couldn't get the job done as Arizona dropped to 0-3.

Cardinals can save money by benching Bradford (0:48)
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2dAdam Schefter

Cards have financial incentive to turn to Rosen

If the Cardinals bench Sam Bradford after this week or even decide to release him from the roster and go with Mike Glennon as the backup, they would save over $4 million in unpaid per-game roster bonuses, per a review of Bradford's contract.

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9dJosh Weinfuss

Wilks hints at changes after Cardinals shut out

Changes to the Arizona Cardinals' lineup could be coming next week in the wake of Sunday's 34-0 loss to the Los Angeles Rams, coach Steve Wilks said after the game.

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13dMike Triplett and Josh Weinfuss

Saints, Cards latest to help effect social change

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell joined Saints owner Gayle Benson and a trio of players on Tuesday for an in-depth look at New Orleans' criminal justice system. In Arizona, Cardinals president Michael Bidwill and three players met with the state's governor.

Peterson can help Redskins contend in NFC East (1:46)
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Smith, Peterson led Redskins to 24-6 victory at Arizona

Alex Smith carved up the Arizona defense for 255 yards and two touchdowns, Adrian Peterson rushed for 96 yards and a score and the Washington Redskins spoiled the Cardinals coaching debut of Steve Wilks with a dominant 24-6 victory on Sunday.

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17dJosh Weinfuss

Cards' Johnson gets 3 years; source says $39M

Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson signed a three-year extension Saturday, the team announced. A source told ESPN's Adam Schefter that the deal is for $39 million, including $30 million guaranteed, and worth up to $45 million.

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18dJosh Weinfuss

Cindy McCain to serve as Cards' honorary captain

Cindy McCain, the widow of Sen. John McCain, will join the Cardinals at midfield for the pregame coin toss when she serves as an honorary captain Sunday against Washington.

Alex Smith needs to control the ball (0:45)

Team Stats

Passing Yards132.032nd
Rushing Yards58.332nd
Points For6.732nd
Points Against24.7Tied-18th

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