Cardinals: Celebrity Love, Rookie of the Year, and Final Defensive Snap Counts

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Updated: January 3, 2020
PHOENIX — It's a new year and many of us welcomed in 2020 in style, even rock superstar and "The Voice" judge Gwen Stefani. But Stefani took it a little further to show her allegiance to a certain Arizona sports team. In a recent Instagram post, Stefani can be seen wearing an Arizona Cardinals beanie and a "2020" tiara. It must be cold wherever she was celebrating because she's appeared to be bundled up in a camouflage scarf too. Since its posting, the photo has received more than 120,000 likes. Read More...
 
https://arizonasports.com/story/2209850/cardinals-qb-kyler-murray-finalist-nfl-rookie-of-the-year-fan-vote/The NFL on Friday named Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray as one of five finalists to win the 2019 NFL Rookie of the Year Award, an honor sponsored by Pepsi and voted on by fans. Those votes can be placed at NFL.com/rookies. Polling will stay open through Monday, Jan. 20, at 1 p.m. MST. Murray is also a candidate to win the Associated Press NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year honor, another NFL honor that is voted on by media members. Joining Murray as one of the finalists for the fan-vote award are San Francisco 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa, Tennessee Titans receiver A.J. Read More...
 
https://cardswire.usatoday.com/2020/01/01/final-2019-defensive-snap-counts-for-the-cardinals/The Arizona Cardinals finished the 2019 season playing 1,133 defensive snaps. They had three players on the field for more than 90 percent of those snaps. Let’s take a look at the final counts and percentages for the defense. The numbers come from Pro Football Reference. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images) Corey Peters, 805 (71.1%); Rodney Gunter, 602 (53.1%); Zach Kerr, 328 (29.0%); Jonathan Bullard, 309 (27.3%); Zach Allen, 144 (12.7%); Caraun Reid, 136 (12%); Mile Brown, 123 (10.9%); Clinton McDonald, 122 (10.8%); Michael Dogbe, 82 (7.3%) Peters was the only player to appear in all 16 games. Gunter, Bullard, Allen and McDonald all finished the season on injured reserve. Read More...
   

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