Omar Bolden looks forward to NFL future

A year ago Arizona State cornerback Omar Bolden didn’t know what where his football career was headed. Today there is still uncertainty, but his future looks brighter than it did last spring when the All-Pac-10 selection was diagnosed with a tore ACL in his left knee ending his senior season before it ever started.

Cardinals 2012 schedule announced

Well folks, the NFL released its team schedules on Tuesday, and for Cardinals fans, this day couldn’t have come quick enough. Thankfully we knew this year’s opponents ahead of time,…

Larry Fitzgerald talks off-season, upcoming draft

There was really no “off” in Larry Fitzgerald’s off-season. Following a season where he caught 80 passes for 1,411 and eight touchdowns while enduring a rotating door at quarterback, Fitz has taken traveling to another level the past three months. His schedule has included stops in Australia, Europe, South America and Africa twice.

Suns whip Blazers, move into final playoff spot

There’s no place like home. You don’t have to tell the Phoenix Suns, whose happy homecoming included a 125-107 pasting of the short-handed Portland Trail Blazers Monday night at U.S. Airways Center. Portland was without the services of LaMarcus Aldridge, Raymond Felton and Nicolas Batum who did not play due to injuries.

No OT magic for Coyotes in Game 2

Same movie, different results in Game 2 as the Chicago Blackhawks rallied from a late deficit to defeat the Phoenix Coyotes 4-3 in overtime and even their Western Conference Quarterfinal series matchup.

OT goal gives Coyotes 1-0 series lead

The Phoenix Coyotes haven’t won the war, but they did win the battle beating the Chicago Blackhawks 3-2 in overtime Thursday night to take a 1-0 lead in their Western Conference best-of-seven matchup.