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2019 Schedule
3-8-1, 4th in NFC West

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals inactives: WR KeeSean Johnson, CB Jalen Davis, S Deionte Thompson, LB Kylie Fitts, OL Lamont Gaillard, OL Josh Miles, TE Dan Arnold.

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3dJosh Weinfuss

Cards DC Joseph: 'Not worried' about losing job

Vance Joseph said he is not worried about being fired as the Cardinals' defensive coordinator despite their defense ranking 32nd in total yards per game, passing yards per game and first downs per game.

Ninkovich: Steelers have a shot at the playoffs (1:07)
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Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

I asked Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury today if he was surprised by Josh Shaw's suspension for gambling on NFL games, which was announced on Friday. His answer: “I don't know anything about it, honestly. So, I saw the headline but I don't know what he's done or accused of or anything so I don't know what I would be surprised about. I have no clue with any of that, like I said. I've had zero discussions about him or the league, or anything.”

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5dDavid Purdum

Source: Cards' Shaw appeals ban for gambling

Cardinals defensive back Josh Shaw, who is suspended through the 2020 season for betting on NFL games this fall, has appealed the ban, a source told ESPN.

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The Right Time: Saban on the hotseat? Shaw doesn't know when to lie

Bomani weighs in on why there's historical precedence at Alabama for coaches being on the hotseat despite legendary success in regards to Nick Saban as well as the situation for Jim Harbaugh at Michigan (0:40). Why Josh Shaw seems to have no idea when to lie and when to tell the truth (14:27) and Bo thinks the NBA needs to switch things up if they want to boost their TV ratings (26:17). Plus, an IYHH with robot dogs (38:03) and your Thanksgiving stories (50:11).

Shaw was not discrete when placing NFL bets (1:36)
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6dDavid Purdum

Sources: Shaw's parlay bet included Cards game

A three-team parlay that included an Arizona Cardinals game led the NFL in part to suspend Cardinals defensive back Josh Shaw for violating the league's gambling policy, multiple sources told ESPN.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

For the second straight game, the Cardinals had a pass interference call reversed. This time, it happened after a Kyler Murray interception. Reviewing the turnover, officials ruled that WR Larry Fitzgerald was interfered with and gave the ball back to the Cardinals.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cardinals turned in perhaps their worst half of football this season. They had just 63 yards on 20 plays in the first two quarters, which led to no points. Arizona, which had just three first downs, had the ball for 9:17 while the Rams' time of possession was 20:43. But the offense wasn't completely at fault for trailing 20-0 at halftime. The defense gave up 390 yards in the first half, including 323 to Rams quarterback Jared Goff. Los Angeles had two 100-yard receivers in the first half.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals inactives: WR KeeSean Johnson, RB Zach Zenner, CB Chris Jones, LB Pete Robertson, OL Lamont Gaillard, OL Josh Miles, DL Michael Dogbe.

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8dAdam Schefter

Sources: NFL reminds teams of gambling stance

The NFL reminded all 32 teams that any employee found to gamble on football would be terminated, according to sources, shortly before announcing Josh Shaw's suspension.

Arizona Cardinals
9dJosh Weinfuss

Cards' Shaw suspended for betting on NFL games

The Cardinals' Josh Shaw has been suspended through at least the 2020 season for betting on NFL games on multiple occasions, though the league says no contests were compromised.

Orlovsky: Kyler Murray won't be enough against the Rams (0:34)
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Team Stats

Passing Yards217.722nd
Rushing Yards114.114th
Points For21.320th
Points Against29.3