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  1. The Cardinals' first home game in Arizona, in 1988, saw them play in red jerseys. Thereafter, for the next 18 years in Arizona, the Cardinals, like a few other NFL teams in warm climates, wore their white jerseys at home during the first half of the season—forcing opponents to suffer in their darker jerseys during Arizona autumns that frequently see temperatures over 100 °F (38 °C).

  2. Los Arizona Cardinals (en español, Cardenales de Arizona) son un equipo profesional de fútbol americano de los Estados Unidos con sede en el área metropolitana de Phoenix, Arizona.

    • The Cards, The Redbirds, The Big Red, "Los Pajaritos"
    • Fútbol americano
    • Big Red
    • 1898
  3. 2020 Arizona Cardinals season - Wikipedia 2020 Arizona Cardinals season The 2020 season was the Arizona Cardinals ' 101st in the National Football League, their 33rd in Arizona and their second under head coach Kliff Kingsbury. It was also the first full season since 1971 without the ownership of Bill Bidwill, who died during the 2019 season.

    • Early Years
    • Bugel Era
    • Ryan Era
    • Tobin Era
    • Mcginnis Era
    • Green Era
    • Whisenhunt Era
    • Arians Era
    • Wilks Era
    • Kingsbury Era

    On January 15, 1988, Bidwill announced his intention to move to Arizona. On March 15, 1988, the NFL team owners voted to allow Bidwill to move the Cardinals from St. Louis to Phoenix for the 1988 NFL season. The team became the Phoenix Cardinals. They planned to play at Arizona State University's Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe temporarily, while a new ...

    Joe Bugel, the architect of the Redskins' famous "Hogs" offensive line in the 1980s, coached the Cardinals from 1990 to 1993, usually finishing last in the dominant NFC East, which produced the Super Bowl winner in each of those seasons (Giants in '90, Redskins '91, Cowboys '92–93). Bugel's first three teams finished 5–11 in 1990 and 4–12 in both 1...

    In March 1994, Bill Bidwill bowed to fan preference and renamed the team the Arizona Cardinals. Bidwill had rebuffed earlier entreaties, citing the NFL's tradition of team names that identified home cities – even though the Cardinals did not actually play in Phoenix, and that the Minnesota Vikings and New England Patriots were longstanding exceptio...

    Tobin was fired during the 2000 season and replaced by existing defensive coordinator Dave McGinnis, who remained head coach until his firing in 2003; McGinnis compiled a win-loss record of 17–40 during his tenure. In McGinnis' second game as head coach, Aeneas Williams tied an NFL record by returning a fumble 104 yards for a touchdown in a 16–15 v...

    In 2004, the Cardinals hired former Vikings coach Dennis Green as their head coach. Prior to his signing with the Cardinals, he compiled a 97–62 record in ten seasons with Minnesota (1992–2001), leading that franchise to four NFC Central Division titles and two NFC Championship games. The Cardinals continued their mediocre ways, going 6–10 in 2004 ...

    On January 1, 2007, after a 5–11 season and a 3-year record of 16–32, the Cardinals announced the firing of Green. After a brief period of speculation, Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhuntwas named the Cardinals head coach for the 2007 season. In the 1st round of the 2007 NFL Draft, the Cardinals selected offensive tackle Levi B...

    On December 31, 2012, Whisenhunt was relieved of his head coaching duties by the Cardinals after 3 straight non-playoff seasons. Rod Graves, general manager at the time, was also relieved of his duties. On January 17, 2013, the Cardinals and Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator (and temporary interim head coach) Bruce Arians agreed on a 4-year ...

    In January 2018, the Cardinals announced the hiring of Carolina Panthers defensive coordinator Steve Wilks as their new head coach, the second African-American (after Dennis Green) to hold the position. On July 4, general manager Steve Keim was arrested and later pleaded guilty to extreme DUI. The Cardinals suspended him for the first five weeks of...

  4. The Arizona Cardinals are a professional American football team based in the Phoenix suburb of Glendale, Arizona. They are the oldest continuous professional American football club in the United States, founded in 1899 in Chicago, Illinois. [5] They moved to St. Louis, Missouri in 1960 before moving to Phoenix in 1988.

    • Michael Bidwill
    • Big Red
  5. The Cardinals are an American football franchise competing as a member of the West division of the National Football Conference (NFC) in the National Football League (NFL). The Cardinals were founded in 1898 in Chicago as an amateur team, the Morgan Athletic Club. They became the Racine Street Normals shortly afterward.