Vonnie Holliday

Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 288
College: North Carolina
Birth Place: Camden, South Carolina
Draft: 1998 1st round (19th pick) by the
  • Oakland Raiders: QB Derek Carr signs five-year deal reportedly worth $125M

    Oakland Raiders: QB Derek Carr signs five-year deal reportedly worth $125M

    Quarterback Derek Carr took to social media on Thursday to announce that he has finalized a contract extension with the Oakland Raiders. While Carr did not divulge the terms of the deal, multiple outlets reported that it was a five-year, $125 million contract. Should that be the case, it would make the two-time Pro Bowl selection the highest-paid player in the league in terms of new money average. Andrew Luck of the Indianapolis Colts receives $24.6 million per year, just ahead of fellow quarterbacks Carson Palmer ($24.35 million) of the Arizona Cardinals, Drew Brees (24.25 million) of the New Orleans Saints and Kirk Cousins ($23.9 million) of the Washington Redskins. "Now it's done," Carr wrote

  • Arizona Cardinals news and notes for 6/21/17
    Revenge of the Birds

    Arizona Cardinals news and notes for 6/21/17

    Happy Thursday one and all. The 2017 NBA Draft happens tonight, we'll have an open thread as well as update with links to Bright Side of the Sun throughout the draft period. Onto the NFL news for the day. Olsen Pierre Waits For Time To Shine After being inactive for all 16 games in 2016, Cardinals defensive tackle showing potential. Winding Journey To NFL For Krishawn Hogan Wide receiver briefly worked at Combine home before emerging from NAIA Marian. Bruce Arians donates $100K to help establish park conservancy - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN "I know for a fact I wouldn't be here today if it wasn't for [this] park," Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said at an event in his hometown of York, Pa. Rookie

  • Cardinals fans ranked near bottom of league
    Cards Wire

    Cardinals fans ranked near bottom of league

    Arizona Cardinals fans know they do not love a team with a lot of national love. And those who reside in Arizona know the nature of a lot of fans and sports. While there are many who religiously follow their team, many casual fans only get passionate when things go well. So it shouldn’t be too surprising to see where the Cardinals fanbase ranks in relationship to the rest of the league. Emory University ranks NFL fanbases yearly. Cardinals fans ranked 19th two years ago and 25th last year. This year? 27th. Here is the explanation as to the factors considered: In past years, two measures of engagement have been featured: Fan Equity and Social Media Equity.  Fan Equity focuses on home box office