It will be the official beginning of the Jonathan Gannon era as head coach.
In our countdown until the start of the season, we will give you notable stats in Cardinals history related to the number of the day.
Below are some notable stats with the No. 5.
5 seasons as head coach
Bruce Arians, the winningest coach in Cardinals history, was head coach for five seasons.
5 TDs in a game
Bob Shaw scored five touchdowns in a game in 1950.
5 FGs in a game
There have been five instances of a kicker making five field goals in a game in Cardinals history.
Jim Bakken did it twice, once in 1964 and once in 1976. Jay Feely did it in 2010. Chandler Catanzaro did it in 2015 and Phil Dawson did it in 2017.
5 consecutive games with a TD
A Cardinals player has scored a touchdown in five consecutive games 16 times. The last to do it was Kyler Murray in 2020.
5 consecutive games with a rushing TD
The franchise record for the longest streak of games with a rushing touchdown is five. Six players have accomplished it. James Conner did in 2021, Kyler Murray in 2020, Ottis Anderson between 1983-84, Donny Anderson in 1972-73, MacArthur Lane in 1970 and Elmer Angsman in 1948.
5 100-yard rushing games in a season
Jim Otis had five 100-yard rushing games in 1976.
5 defensive interceptions in a game
The Cardinals have picked off an opposing quarterback five times in a game five times.
They picked off five passes off the Falcons’ Matt Ryan in 2012.
Heath Shuler threw five picks to the Cardinals in 1994, and there were three other times.
5 TD passes in a game
The franchise record for touchdown passes in a game is six, accomplished three times. The next highest total is five.
Kurt Warner threw five touchdown passes in a game in 2009 and Charley Johnson did it in a game in 1962.
5 straight 100-yard receiving games
Anquan Boldin holds the franchise record for the longest streak of games with 100 yards receiving or more. He had a streak of five straight 100-yard games in 2005.
5 INT TD returns
Larry Wilson returned five interceptions in his career for touchdowns, the second most in franchise history.