Teddy Bridgewater spoke to the media today for this first time since returning to practice. Listen to what he has to say below!
In some much needed good news, the Minnesota Vikings announced today that Teddy has been clear to start practicing! We, here at CSZ, look forward to watching his comeback!
Cardinal forever, Cole Hikutini, was promoted to the active roster for the San Francisco 49ers. Congrats to Cole!
In some much needed good news for Cardnation, the Vikings are hoping for Teddy to be back practicing next week! He will be evaluated Monday to determine if he can move forward. We here at CSZ, continue to wish Teddy all of the best during his recovery.
Congratulations are in order for Cardinals Forever, Elivs Dumervil. Tonight with the San Francisco 49ners, Elvis recorded his 100th career sack. CSZ salutes him for his continuous hard work and dedication to the game!
There are some plays that speak for themselves, and this is one of them.
In some much needed good news, cardinal forever Keith Kelsey has been signed to the Pittsburgh Steelers’ practice squad. CSZ looks forward to watching him take advantage of this opportunity!
Cardinal Forever, James Burgess has seen his fair share of ups and downs since leaving Louisville. He has jumped from team to team in the NFL, always right on the edge of making the final roster. Until now that is, he has found his home in Cleveland. Andrew Gribble sat down with Burgess and discussed why this time is different.
DeVante Parker was a monster at UofL, his numbers were ridiculous every game he played. Everyone expected that momentum to continue as he entered the NFL. Unfortunately, injuries have plagued his first two years. Now he is as healthy as he has been in years and he plans on putting up real points, not just fantasy points for the Miami Dolphins. Omar Kelly with the Sun Sentinel sat down with DeVante about what to expect from him this season. You can read the full interview below.
The 2016 Heisman winner, Lamar Jackson flew under as many radars possible coming into the 2017 season. Every person imaginable overlooked him, completely forgot about the record-breaking season he posted last year. Jordan Heck with Sporting News and Eric Galko with Optimum Scouting, break down why Jackson deserves every ounce of praise he has received finally. It seems Cardinal fans are not the only ones who remember why he is the best quarterback in the country, not a wide receiver.
NFL Sunday’s are back! As you prepare for a day of football, chili, queso and some adult beverages, keep an eye out for some familiar faces. Thanks to to our guy Kelly Dickey AKA
@RealCardGame for this easy to follow list of every former cardinal playing on Sundays now. Take a look below!
Teddy Bridgewater is an amazing human. On and off the field, he has proven himself to be one of the best role models in the NFL.
His humility and faith in God are inspiring. His smile is infectious. His personality is top-notch. His heart is as big as the galaxy.
It comes as no surprise that Teddy’s positivity stole the show during the Minnesota Vikings 30-9 loss to the Miami Dolphins last night.
In a fourth-quarter sideline interview with Greg Coleman, Teddy discussed his faith in God, his comeback, his excitement to be on the field and even his dance skills.
Before last nights preseason finale, Teddy posted this message on his Twitter. This guy continues to make UofL proud.
Almost a year after suffering a horrific knee injury, Teddy Bridgewater is doing everything he can to see the field again. Vikings’ head coach Mike Zimmer said that “all the reports he has heard have been positive.” You can see the full report below.
Teddy Bridgewater can do it all. His life has now become the inspiration for a children’s book, written by one of his childhood best frjends. You can order a signed copy. Below you will find the link to preorder of “Little Bear Teddy Big Dream Come True.”
The National Football League (NFL) has become America’s past time. The Superbowl is one of the most watched televised events year after year. The halftime show has become so iconic, that even Queen Bey herself (Beyonce) has paid to perform during it.
At the University of Louisville, we have the opportunity to cheer on a really good team every year. But we do not have a professional team in our backyard. So this gives us the unique chance to (almost) pick who our favorite NFL team is. Some of us have family ties to certain teams, others had a favorite collegiate player that they followed into their professional careers. Whatever the case may be, Louisville has a wide variety of NFL fandom roaming our streets.
The legacy of James Quick is one that can be interpreted in many different ways. It all depends if compare his college career to the expectations most people had for him or if you compare his actual statistics and contributions during his time at Louisville to every other receiver that came before him.
It all began at Trinity High School when James became the first-ever freshman to start a game for the storied football powerhouse. He also won the state championship in the 200 meter dash in both his freshman and sophomore years. James became the first player in Kentucky high school football history to score a touchdown in four straight state championship games (’09 -’12) and had received offers to play at almost every major college school. Read the rest of this entry
Former Louisville running back Brandon Radcliff has signed a deal with the Tennessee Titans, according to a statement from the team.
Radcliff, who went undrafted this spring, was signed to the Indianapolis Colts, but released in June. He was linked to a workout and potential deal with the Pittsburgh Steelers last week, but opted to sign with the Titans instead.
As a member with the Titans, Radcliff will be fighting for a spot on the 53-man roster, alongside former Pro Bowler DeMarco Murray and former Heisman Trophy winner Derrick Henry.
Radcliff ended his collegiate career with a career-high 903 yards and six touchdowns in 2016, and posted 12 TDs in 2014. The former Louisville back ended his career with 2365 rushing yards and 26 touchdowns on the ground.
The Titans open their preseason schedule on August 12th against the New York Jets. The Titans also host the Panthers (Aug. 19) and Bears (Aug. 27), before closing the preseason on the road against the Chiefs (Aug. 31).
Louisville legend, Brandon Radcliff worked out for the Pittsburgh Steelers today as a free agent. Radcliff finished the 2016 season with 903 yards, averaging 6.5+ yards a carry.
Former Card Teddy Bridgewater spoke up for the first time in 11 months today after a gruesome leg injury. While it was a big deal to a few people, to many others it was understood. Take your time, rehab & come back stronger. Here is an excerpt from Teddy’s presser plus a video of the press conference.