2009 Arizona Cardinals

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  1. Leonardfan

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    Here is a list of all the white athletes that have made the 2009 Arizona Cardinals

    QB
    Kurt Warner
    Matt Leinart
    Brian St. Pierre

    RB/FB
    Dan Kreider

    WR
    Jerheme Urban
    Lance Long
    Sean Morey

    TE
    Stephen Spach
    Anthony Becht

    G
    None

    C
    Lyle Senlein
    Ben Claxton


    OT
    None

    DL
    None

    LB
    None

    DB
    None

    P
    Ben Graham

    K
    Neil Rackers

    LS
    Mike LeachEdited by: Leonardfan
     
  2. whiteathlete33

    whiteathlete33 Hall of Famer

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    Are you serious? Not one guard or tackle and no defensive players. I may not watch any NFL games after all.
     
  3. Taco

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    What happened to Aaron Francisco? He goes from starter to being cut the next year?
     
  4. whiteathlete33

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    He started several games last year Taco. He was probably just playing in the place of an injured afflete.
     
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    This pleases me. [​IMG]
     
  6. whiteathlete33

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    Yes three receivers is nice but no offensive tackles, guards, or even a single player on defense. Are the Cardinals serious?
     
  7. Don Wassall

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    I had hopes that when Ken Whisenhunt and assistant coach Russ Grimm took over the reigns in Arizona two years ago theywould finally change the organization's rather comical habit of taking one highlyover-rated giant sumo after another in the first round of the yearly draft. Grimm was the heart and soul of the Redskins "Hogs," which consisted of four whites and one black. They were a great line, and they weren't sumos, though Joe Jacoby was an intimidating presence at 6' 7" and 295 pounds but was significantly leaner than the mountains of flab bedecking so many of today's linemen on both sides of the ball.

    The Cardinals love affair with obese, slow-footed, unathletic black linemen must be a peculiarity of the Bidwill family. Sadly, their neurosis has been rapidly spreading thoughout the league, to the point that a white majority o-line is yearly becoming more of a rarity.Edited by: Don Wassall
     
  8. Pollyanna

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    I really like Warner and would like to see him succeed, however, I am conflicted, as I also want to see these melanin Machinot lined teams crash and burn.
     
  9. Don Wassall

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    Jerheme Urban is being thrown to less often than last year. Even with Boldin out of the game, Urban was thrown to just once yesterday by Kurt Warner in a game in which Warnerhad 5 TD passes. Early Doucet may have passed Urban on the depth chart. After serving a very long racial apprenticeship that finally ended in '08, it looks likethis tall, fast receiveris once again close to wallowing in NFL obscurity.
     
  10. Don Wassall

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    As of now it looks like it'll be a battle between the Eagles and the Cardinals for the coveted title of blackest NFL team. The only positive the Cardinals had in recent years was in the realm of White WRs, with Jerheme Urban, Sean Morey and Lance Long. Long was never given an opportunity, Urban was inexplicably demoted and left to sign elsewhere after the season, and now Morey looks to be signingwith the Seahawks, presumably to continue his Steve Tasker role (e.g. very intelligent receiver with great hands and quicknesswhois relegated to special teams for 15 years except for the odd reception every few years). AZ is all black on defense, only has one White starting o-lineman, and no other Whites to speak of other than Matt Leinart, who is already despised nation-wide by the DWFs and media. I hope the Cardinalsdrop right back to the sinkhole where they resided for so long before their brief flirtation with competence. What a disappointment Ken Whisenhunt is.

    From Rotoworld: Free agent WR Sean Morey is expected to sign with the Seahawks. Though the Seahawks are fairly shallow at receiver, Morey will see most of his time as a special teams gunner. He's been a favorite of the Cardinals coaching staff for the past three seasons. Edited by: Don Wassall
     
  11. Thrashen

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    Don, the Cardinals still have LB Monty Beisel as a reserve (unless they are letting him walk). Every single time Beisel has been permitted to start and play an entire game ahead of an injured scrub negro....he makes 10+ tackles. The same pattern occurred during his time in NE.Edited by: Thrashen
     
  12. Don Wassall

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    More pandering. Apparently trouble-prone Joey Porter encountered Bull Connor. When a White man is accused of assaulting a policeman there is never an "investigation for police brutality": The California Highway Patrol officer who arrested Joey Porter is reportedly under investigation for police brutality. Porter's claims that the deputy struck him in the face were enough to at least launch an investigation. The officer is also accused of pointing his gun at Porter after the linebacker emerged from his car and started toward the officer. Porter was charged with assault on a peace officer after he slapped the officer's hand.
     
  13. Don Wassall

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    Turns outthe honorable Mr.Porter is yet another oppressed black man falsely accused of a crime:

    The district attorney's office said it will not file charges against Joey Porter after his arrest on March 27.


    Supervising Deputy District Attorney Mark Pafford, said, "Based upon the information that was provided to us by the CHP, we did not believe that there would be a reasonable likelihood that a jury would find Mr. Porter guilty beyond a reasonable doubt of the allegations. With this belief, we thought it was not appropriate for us to proceed."


    Foothill High Alum and Arizona Cardinals linebacker Joey Porter was arrested early Saturday morning by the California Highway Patrol after he stopped his vehicle behind another traffic stop in the Taco Bell parking lot at Hageman Street and Calloway Drive.

    http://www.turnto23.com/news/23014545/detail.html

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  14. whiteathlete33

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    Porter was the one questioning why Matt Jones wasn't suspended two seasons ago when he had the probation violation. Jones suffered his legal consequences and got blackballed out of the league for a season. Porter walks away with nothing. Where have we heard this before?
     
  15. FootballDad

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    Well, you see, if Mr. Porter is suspended from playing in the Negrophile Football League for any time, it will be a huge loss for his team and for the League, while the untalented, stiff, white boy shouldn't be there in the first place!![​IMG]
     
  16. Don Wassall

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    The lust for sumos just never lets up with this team:

    Brandon Keith has the inside track on the Cardinals' starting right tackle job this offseason. The coaching staff is high on the 2008 seventh-rounder, and Keith has the size (6'5"/343) and athleticism to protect lefty Matt Leinart's blind side. Veteran Jeremy Bridges and project Herman Johnson are around for insurance should Keith struggle in his first year as a starter.

    Here isthe amazing athleteBrandon Keith curling an incredible 50 pounds with each arm:
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    Nice D-cups.
     

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