Antoine Bethea

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Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 206
Born:
College: Howard
Birth Place: Newport News, Virginia
Draft: 2006 6th round (38th pick) by the
  • Tyrann Mathieu opens up about dislike for playing free safety last season
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    Tyrann Mathieu opens up about dislike for playing free safety last season

    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 GLENDALE, Ariz. -- There are things Tyrann Mathieu doesn't like to share publicly. But the Arizona Cardinals safety opened up Wednesday, revealing one of the reasons why 2016 was so difficult for him. "I didn't really like playing free safety," Mathieu said. "I didn't like being in the middle of the field. I feel like I came into camp and I'm really playing free safety like a free safety, so I'm getting better each and every day." Coming off his second ACL injury in three years, suffered at the end of the 2015 season, Mathieu began the

  • Bruce Arians feeling 'really good' after doc-ordered vegan stint
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    Bruce Arians feeling 'really good' after doc-ordered vegan stint

    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 GLENDALE, Ariz. -- It wasn't easy, but Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians listened to his doctor and committed to a vegan diet for 27 days for health reasons recently. Arians, who had kidney cancer last year, avoided meat and dairy, and even started the regimen with a five-day stretch of a raw diet. "I feel really good," Arians said. "It's kind of crazy being a vegan for a while. I'm not a vegan anymore. I finally had meat again." The first meat Arians, 64, reintroduced to his diet was a grass-fed beef burger. Doctors are slowly bringing

  • Kyle Fuller expected to start vs. Cardinals with Prince Amukamara battling injury
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    Kyle Fuller expected to start vs. Cardinals with Prince Amukamara battling injury

    The Chicago Bears haven’t been able to find healthy cornerbacks since Charles Tillman left the secondary. After Kyle Fuller missed all of 2016 with a knee injury, the Bears signed both Prince Amukamara and Marcus Cooper this offseason, and both of them have dealt with injuries this preseason. Cooper dealt with a hamstring injury during training camp but seems to be firmly entrenched as the starter opposite Amukamara, who is now dealing with a hamstring injury of his own. The former New York Giant and Jacksonville Jaguar hasn’t practiced since Monday when he suffered the injury, and the Bears most likely won’t trot him out in a preseason game unless he’s 100-percent. Assuming Amukamara misses