Marion Grice

#41RB,
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 207
Born:
College: Arizona State
Birth Place: Houston, Texas
Draft: 2014 6th round (25th pick) by the
  • Which NFC West rival do you revile?
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    Which NFC West rival do you revile?

    Last week, we found out you guys despise the Patriots and Packers the most, when it comes to out-of-division opponents. Now, the real test — who do you sports-hate most passionately within the division? If this poll is taken in 2012 or 2013 you know it’s the Niners in a landslide. If it’s in 2017 the final result is more opaque. I predict all three teams will pass 25 percent. Which seems healthy. The Rams have Rams’d their way into Seahawk hatehood with improbable victories (the 2015 opener and Christmas upsets come to mind) and proved to be annoying even in defeat (14-9 anyone?). The Cardinals upended the Seahawks in Seattle in 2013 and 2016, though their visit here in 2012 was about, oh, 59

  • Cardinals taking risk with competition of 2 inexperienced punters
    Cards Wire

    Cardinals taking risk with competition of 2 inexperienced punters

    It is safe to say the punting game was a disappointment for the Arizona Cardinals in 2016. Between Drew Butler, Ryan Quigley and Matt Wile, they combined to give the Cardinals the worst punting average and net average in the league. Wile, who signed with the team late in the season, is the only of the three to remain with the team and he is joined by Richie Leone, who was the Canadian League’s top punter a season ago. The team hopes one is the answer, but in doing so, they are still taking a risk. Neither player has ever won a job with a team. As inconsistent as Drew butler was, he did win an outright competition with Dave Zastudil after filling in the previous season when Zastudil was hurt.

  • David Johnson should be great, but won't likely win NFL rushing title
    Cards Wire

    David Johnson should be great, but won't likely win NFL rushing title

    It is the time of offseason predictions. One question that has already been asked is who wil lead the NFL in rushing in 2017. Many believe last year’s leader, Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott can do it for the second season in a row. One NFL.com writer, Elliott Harrison, believes Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson will be the guy. David Johnson will lead the NFL in rushing in 2017. While Ezekiel Elliott will run behind a better offensive line, the Cowboys did lose an underrated run blocker in Ronald Leary and a stout tackle in Doug Free. The absence of both unsung guys on the Dallas line could mean slightly less production, at least in terms of yards per carry. Le’Veon Bell