Jason Babin

#58DE,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 267
Born:
College: Western Michigan
Birth Place: Kalamazoo, Michigan
Draft: 2004 1st round (27th pick) by the
  • Arizona Cardinals news and notes for Monday
    Revenge of the Birds

    Arizona Cardinals news and notes for Monday

    Happy Monday and Happy Memorial Day. Not a ton of news today, but there is some along with a look around the NFC West. I know there has been some... Unhappiness with the new layout, please feel free to email me any issues you are having so I can get them to support.  Also, complain in the comments. As for the rest of the site, if there are ever things anyone wants to talk about, I am always open to listen, so don't hesitate to email if you would like to see different content, something brought back, etc. Onto the news. Tyrann Mathieu has most to prove among Arizona Cardinals in 2017 - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN After yet another injury-shortened season, safety Tyrann Mathieu needs to justify

  • Tyrann Mathieu has most to prove among Cardinals in 2017
    ESPN.com

    Tyrann Mathieu has most to prove among Cardinals in 2017

    Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered the Cardinals since 2012 Graduate of Indiana University Member of Pro Football Writers of America Follow on Twitter TEMPE, Ariz. -- This might be one of the toughest yet most important questions of the offseason. Both Arizona Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu and defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche, in their own ways, have plenty to prove in 2017. But I think it's more urgent for Mathieu. The fifth-year safety is coming off a third season (out of four) that ended with him on injured reserve. Despite his immense talent, he’s injury-prone. And with that comes a constant concern about his next issue. When Mathieu is healthy, he’s proved he’s one of the best

  • 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