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. 6.
6 TDs in a game
Ernie Nevers set the Cardinals record with six touchdowns scored in a game in 1929.
6 FGs in a game
Twice has a kicker made six field goals in a single game in franchise history. Jim Bakken did it in 1973 and, more recently, Neil Rackers made six in 2005 in the Cardinals’ game against the 49ers in Mexico City.
6 consecutive games with a TD
Conner is tied for the longest streak of consecutive games with a touchdown. He is also tied for the second-longest such streak. He scored touchdowns in six straight games last season. Receiver Anquan Boldin scored touchdowns in six straight games in 2008.
6 100-yard rushing games
Four players are tied for the fifth-most 100-yard rushing games in franchise history. David Johnson, Johnny Johnson, Johnny Roland and Ollie Matson all had six 100-yard rushing games for the Cardinals.
6 100-yard rushing games in a season
Ottis Anderson had six 100-yard rushing games in 1980. He had 34 in his career, the franchise record.
6 TD passes in a game
The Cardinals have had a quarterback throw six touchdown passes in a game three times.
Charley Johnson did it twice, once in 1965 and again in a game in 1969. Jim Hardy had six in a game in 1950.
6 INTs returned for a touchdown
Hall of Famer Aeneas Williams holds the franchise record with six interceptions in his career returned for a touchdown.