Jarett Dillard

#16WR,
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 190
Born:
College: Rice
Birth Place: San Antonio, Texas
Draft: 2009 5th round (8th pick) by the
  • Fitzgerald won't spend season discussing future
    ESPN.com2 hours ago

    Fitzgerald won't spend season discussing future

    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 PHOENIX -- Larry Fitzgerald knows the questions about his playing future are coming, but the veteran Cardinals wide receiver doesn't plan on answering them all season long, like he had to last year. Fitzgerald said Monday night at an Arians Family Foundation charity dinner that he will address his playing future once, in training camp, and that's it. "I'm going to answer it one time, and I'm not even going to address it anymore," Fitzgerald said. The topic of Fitzgerald's playing future was a weekly topic during his media gaggles in

  • No more goals for Tyrann Mathieu, but hopefully more fun
    Cards Wire

    No more goals for Tyrann Mathieu, but hopefully more fun

    The past couple of seasons, Arizona Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu had a list of lofty personal goals written in his locker. It had desired awards and stats. Those goals are no more. “I’m not even trying to think about goals,” Mathieu said, according to Darren Urban for the official team site. “I’m just trying to win today.” His career thus far has been derailed by injuries. He has a stellar season and it ends in injury. The next year is a struggle to return to form. Based on his career arc, he is due for a big season, but hopefully without the season-ending injury. It is also a critical year for him. After getting his big payday, the Cardinals can let go after this season without a big financial

  • Here are the players on the spot for all 32 NFL teams when the 2017 season begins
    CBS Sports

    Here are the players on the spot for all 32 NFL teams when the 2017 season begins

    Every NFL team has a player who will be on the spot, the focus of fans, media members and their own coaches and teammates. How that player responds will go a long way toward deciding whether a team can make major improvements, maybe even win it all. Some other players are in the spotlight for different reasons, maybe coming off an injury, or a rookie with baggage that has traveled with him from college. So here's a player on the spot for each of the league's 32 teams, many with varying reasons. Not surprisingly, many are quarterbacks. Arizona Cardinals Quarterback Carson Palmer There is a misconception that Palmer wasn't good in 2016. He started slowly, but Palmer played well in the second half