Aaron Brewer

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Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 232
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College: San Diego State
Birth Place: Fullerton, California
Draft: Undrafted
  • Larry Fitzgerald's potential retirement a hot topic, except to Fitzgerald
    Shutdown Corner

    Larry Fitzgerald's potential retirement a hot topic, except to Fitzgerald

    When great players reach a certain age, retirement questions are inevitable. The retirement questions have started for Arizona Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald, and the curiosity will be there until the 33-year-old calls it quits. Fitzgerald said he’ll address his future in training camp, and he won’t address it anymore after that according to ESPN.com.

  • NFL votes to shorten regular season overtime period from 15 minutes to 10
    Chicago Tribune

    NFL votes to shorten regular season overtime period from 15 minutes to 10

    NFL overtime is getting shorter. If there are more tie games as a result, the football-watching public is going to have to live with it. Owners of the 32 NFL teams, meeting Tuesday in Chicago, voted to ratify a proposal by the rule-making competition committee to reduce overtime from 15 to 10 minutes in the preseason and regular season. Postseason games are unaffected, and other overtime rules remain unchanged. A team can win with a touchdown on the opening possession of overtime. If a team kicks a field goal on the opening possession, its opponent gets a possession with a chance to tie with a field goal or win with a touchdown — provided that the now-shortened overtime session doesn't expire

  • Josh Mauro: UDFA to Potential Starter
    Revenge of the Birds

    Josh Mauro: UDFA to Potential Starter

    It was not too long ago when former Stanford defensive linemen Josh Mauro was a rookie in the NFL. Before he became an Arizona Cardinal, he was a priority undrafted free agent that signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Cardinals pursued him after the 2014 NFL Draft but failed to bring him to Arizona. Not surprisingly, he was impressive with the Steelers. Although he had two sacks and productive performances in the 2014 preseason, he did not make the Steelers 53-man roster but did enough to land on their practice squad. On November 13, 2014, the Arizona Cardinals wish and Josh Mauro’s dream to be on a 53-man NFL roster were realized. Nine days after being claimed from the Steelers, he made