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The Arizona Cardinals are the oldest continuously run professional American team in existence. Founded in 1898, the team has made its home in a number of different cities during an existence that has seen it play continuously throughout three separate centuries. Founded originally in Chicago, Cardinals tickets were first offered to fans in the Windy City. The team then moved to St. Louis Missouri in 1960, where Cardinals tickets remained available to Missouri fans up until 1987. The Cardinals moved to Tempe Arizona to begin the 1988 season. They would make their home at Arizona State University's Sun Devil Stadium for the next 18 years. Today, Cardinals tickets remained just as popular with Arizona residents as they have been in the past. Cardinals tickets allowed fans the chance to witness the team win two NFL championships, both wins occurred prior to the team's move from Chicago, with the last one coming in 1947, two full decades before the Super Bowl was introduced. The team has since suffered through many ups and downs throughout its history. While there have been plenty of losing seasons, fans in possession of Cardinals tickets have had a chance to watch the team make the playoffs a total of six times. In 2009, the team reached the Super Bowl but failed to emerge victorious.

Today, Cardinals tickets for a home game grant fans access to the newly constructed University of Phoenix Stadium. Only six years old, the $455 million dollar facility has many luxuries and amenities for supporters of the team. With a 63,000 seat capacity and a total expansion of over 78,000 the stadium sees many other uses. The stadium was host to Super Bowl XLII, and is slated to host Super Bowl XLIX in 2015. It has also been home to Wrestlemania XXVI and the 2011 BCS National Championship Game, an honor that the stadium enjoys every four years. The BCS Championship game set the record for the largest total attendance the stadium's history. Cardinals tickets have long been popular with fans over the generations regardless of the team's location. Today, the team's mascot, Big Red, can still be seen leading fans of the oldest operating team in the NFL in their efforts to cheer the Cardinals on. Thanks to their extensive history, the Cardinals remain popular with fans to this day, and sales of Cardinals tickets show no signs of slowing down. Supporters welcome the chance to take part in NFL history when they show up to cheer the NFL's oldest team.

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4-7-14: Arizona’s main issues entering the offseason were their sometimes shaky offensive line and overall depth on defense. They started to address both early on, as they brought in stud offensive tackle Jared Veldheer from the Raiders, while also shoring up their secondary with talented veteran corner, Antonio Cromartie. Running back Jonathan Dwyer and return man Ted Ginn were added for extra offensive and special teams depth. Arizona suffered just two significant losses with Karlos Dansby taking off for Cleveland and Andre Roberts going to Washington.

3-21-14: Arizona kicked off free agency by saying no thanks to running back Rashard Mendenhall, who quickly retired. The Cardinals replaced him with former Steeler Jonathan Dwyer, although they could still wind up being in the market for a running back to pair with the explosive Andre Ellington out of the backfield. With Andre Roberts jetting to the Redskins, the Cardinals landed their likely slot replacement in return specialist Tedd Ginn Jr., while also spicing up their passing attack with tight end John Carlson. With Rob Housler failing to stay healthy or live up to the hype, Carlson could have a shot at proving to be a huge addition. On the defensive side, the Cardinals lost inside linebacker Karlos Dansby, but were able to hang onto solid depth pieces in Marcus Benard and Matt Shaughnessy. The biggest move of all, however, was landing former Oakland Raiders stud tackle, Jared Veldheer, who should help protect the immobile Carson Palmer and help improve an inconsistent offense. Moving forward, Arizona still will be on the hunt for pass-rushing help, as well as general depth on defense and in the offensive line.

12-31-13: The Cardinals needed to win and have the New Orleans Saints lose to get into the playoffs. Neither would happen in week 17. Carson Palmer did all he could to make it as close as possible, however, as he topped 400 passing yards and tossed two touchdowns before his Cardinals fell to the San Francisco 49ers, 23-20.

12-24-13: Carson Palmer played horribly for much of his week 16 battle with the Seattle Seahawks, but he saved his best for last in a thrilling 17-10 road win. Palmer connected with wide receiver Michael Floyd on a fourth quarter touchdown and Arizona’s defense held the Seahawks in check to get the huge win.

12-17-13: Arizona blew a 17-point fourth quarter lead in week 15, but managed to survive in overtime thanks to a Ryan Fitzpatrick interception setting up the deciding field goal. Andre Ellington totaled over 150 yards in this one, while Rashard Mendenhall punched in two touchdown runs to help the Cardinals escape with a 37-34 win.

12-10-13: Rashard Mendenhall and Andre Ellington took advantage of the St. Louis Rams’ weak run defense, as they both found the end-zone in a solid 30-10 home win. The big win kept Arizona in position to make a run at an NFC wild card playoff spot, setting them up with a huge week 17 season finale with the division rival San Francisco 49ers.

12-3-13: Carson Palmer kept the Cardinals in the game. Then he got them back in the game. But he was ultimately arguably why Arizona lost the game. Palmer put up 302 yards and three touchdowns, but also turned the ball over three times as Arizona dropped to 7-5 with a 24-21 loss on the road to the Philadelphia Eagles.

11-26-13: Bruce Arians coached Andrew Luck as a rookie in 2012. In 2013, he abused him. Arians gave his Cardinals’ defense the tools and knowledge needed to hold Luck to just over 160 yards passing and just over 51% completion percentage. On the flip-side, Carson Palmer did as he pleased en route to over 300 passing yards and two touchdowns in the 40-11 Arizona win at home.

11-19-13: Rashard Mendenhall and Larry Fitzgerald scored early to help keep pace with the home team Jaguars, while Michael Floyd piled on over 190 receiving yards in a 27-14 win for the Cardinals. Arizona’s gritty defense put the clamps on the Jaguars after a big passing score early, and shut Chad Henne and co. down in the second half to help get the Cards to 6-4.

11-12-13: Carson Palmer turned the ball over twice but also topped 240 passing yards and threw two scores as Arizona combined it’s efforts on both sides of the ball to nail down a close 27-24 win in week 10. The Houston Texans kept it close throughout, but an early fumble recovery for a touchdown sparked the Cardinals to start the game and they used solid balance on offense to keep Houston at bay to help get to 5-4 on the year.

10-30-13: Andre Ellington stepped up with starting running back Rashard Mendenhall out with an injury, as he piled on 162 total yards and a touchdown in a big 27-13 win for the Cards. This one was more about the dominance of Arizona’s defense, however, as the Cardinals picked off Matt Ryan four times and sacked him four times, as well.

10-22-13: Arizona head coach Bruce Arians said earlier this season that he didn’t “see the dominance” in the NFC West. Unfortunately, his Cardinals couldn’t backup his confident talk at home in week seven, as the Seattle Seahawks out-muscled them in a 34-22 rout. Arizona simply could never get their rushing attack going, while Carson Palmer threw his 12th and 13th interceptions of the year to help Arizona drop to 3-4 on the year.

10-15-13: Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians said earlier in the year that he didn’t “see the dominance” in the NFC West. He was referring to the notion that the Cardinals didn’t stand a chance against the Seattle Seahawks and the San Francisco 49ers for the division. Arizona ended up being wrong in the short-term, as they fell to San Francisco 32-20 on the road in week six. However, Arians may have had a point in the long-term. The Cardinals kept this one close throughout, as the score sat 22-20 up until just under seven minutes remained in the game.

10-8-13: The Arizona Cardinals welcomed back linebacker Daryl Washington as they played host the Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers. What proceeded was a thing of beauty, as the Arizona defense racked up a ridiculous seven sacks and four turnovers in a huge 22-6 win to send themselves to a solid 3-2 start. Washington was easily the spark Arizona needed, as he racked up nine total tackles, two sacks, an interception and a deflected pass in the win. Arizona’s offense wasn’t even close to as impressive as their defense, but it didn’t have to be, as the Cardinals dominated the Panthers in the desert in week five.

10-1-13: The Arizona Cardinals avoided falling to 1-3 by the skin of their teeth in week four, as star cornerback Patrick Peterson stepped up with two huge interceptions late in the game to help set up a touchdown and the game-winning field goal by Jay Feely with under two minutes remaining. Arizona’s offense was ineffective for much of the game, as Carson Palmer tossed two interceptions and the running game could only muster up 56 total yards against a tough Tampa Bay Buccaneers run defense. Peterson’s heroics came just in the nick of time, however, as the huge turnovers gave Arizona a short field and allowed Palmer to connect with Larry Fitzgerald for a 10-10 tie with just over three minutes left. The second interception of rookie quarterback Mike Glennon helped seal the deal and keep the Cardinals in the race for the NFC West division.

9-10-13: Carson Palmer was introduced to the tough NFC West when he took on the St. Louis Rams in week one, who picked him off once, forced a fumble and sacked him four times. Despite being knocked around, Palmer still looked good in his Arizona debut, connecting with Larry Fitzgerald for two touchdowns, while putting up over 320 passing yards. It wasn’t enough in the end, however, as the Rams got the ball back late via their defense, which ended up leading to the eventual game-winning kick by Greg “Legatron” Zuerlein. Next week, the Cardinals will host the Lions.

9-3-13: Hare are the Cardinals' final roster cuts heading into the 2013 NFL season: Cuts: S Jonathon Amaya, C Adam Bice, WR Dan Buckner, DT David Carter, TE Alex Gottlieb, WR Charles Hawkins, OT Jamaal Johnson-Webb, G Senio Kelemete, LB Zack Nash, LB Colin Parker, TE Richard Quinn, G Chilo Rachal, LB Kenny Rowe, DT Padric Scott, S Curtis Taylor, WR Kerry Taylor, WR Mike Thomas, LB Reggie Walker.

8-20-13: In the lowest scoring game in week two of the preseason, the Cardinals won their second straight, defeating the Cowboys 12-7. Arizona made it 7 straight quarters without allowing a point until allowing a 4th quarter TD to Cowboys backup Alex Tanney. Carson Palmer was 7 of 15 for 66 yards, while Drew Stanton completed 10 of 20 passes for 152 yards and an interception. The Cardinals offense left much to be desired by Jay Feely knocked through 4 field goals which was enough for the win. Next weekend, the Cardinals will host the Chargers.

8-11-13: The Cardinals opened up the 2013 preseason with a 17-0 win over the Green Bay Packers. Rookie Stepfan Taylor rushed for 63 yards on 21 carries. QB Drew Stanton threw for 107 yards and a TD.

7-10-13: The Arizona Cardinals were a complete mess in 2012, but have a legit chance at turning things right around now that they have a competent quarterback in Carson Palmer under center. The team also beefed up their rushing attack by adding veteran Rashard Mendenhall, and are now just some better offensive line play from a drastically improved offense. On defense, the Cardinals are still a very talented and aggressive unit, and might be even more solid against the run this year with new safety Yeremiah Bell added to the mix.

6-12-13: AZ watched a spirited 4-0 start drop the team down to the bottom of the AFC West. However, with the addition of veteran quarterback Carson Palmer and hopes for a solid draft, fans could have hopes for a trip to the playoffs for the first time since the days of Kurt Warner. While that’s no guarantee, the Cardinals’ schedule at least has some big-time matchups to look forward to, as well as some excellent value buys on their 2013 home schedule.

2013 Cardinals Draft Overview:

  • Round 1, Pick 7 (7): Jonathan Cooper, OG, North Carolina
  • Round 2, Pick 13 (45) (from Chargers): Kevin Minter, LB, Louisiana State
  • Round 3, Pick 7: Tyrann Mathieu, CB, Louisiana State
  • Round 4, Pick 6: Alex Okafor, DE, Texas
  • Round 4, Pick 19 (from New York Giants): Earl Watford, OG, James Madison
  • Round 5, Pick 7: Stepfan Taylor, RB, Stanford
  • Round 6, Pick 6: Ryan Swope, WR, Texas A&M
  • Round 6, Pick 19 (from New York Giants): Andre Ellington, RB, Clemson
  • Round 7, Pick 13 (from Carolina through Oakland): D.C. Jefferson, TE, Rutgers

    12-4-12: The Arizona cardinals got off to a great start at 4-0. Not many people saw them losing the next eight, but that is exactly what happened. In one of the ugliest games of the year, the cardinals could only muster two field goals behind Quarterback Ryan Lindley. Up next for Arizona is a trip to hostile Seattle which many have chalked up already as an automatic loss.