Cards lose Harrington and other notes

Posted by Darren Urban on December 11, 2009 – 9:29 am

For a second straight year, the Cardinals couldn’t keep linebacker Chris Harrington on the practice squad. Last season, the Bengals signed Harrington away to their active roster. This time, it’s the Jaguars who have taken Harrington to their top 53. Replacing Harrington is linebacker Mark Washington, who spent training camp with the 49ers.

A couple of other things:

— To the victors go the spoils. That’s how the cliché goes. So it makes sense that when USA Football decided to put together an all-fundamental team, two Cards would show up. Wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald is on the team for his ability to catch with his hands, while defensive lineman Darnell Dockett is there for his ability to defeat blocks (and the panel choosing such things has a pretty good collective résumé).

— The offensive line also picked up an award this week. With Jeremy Bridges subbing in at left tackle alongside Deuce Lutui, Lyle Sendlein, Reggie Wells and Levi Brown, the line was chosen as one of the John Madden Most Valuable Protectors winners — a new award given out to the top offensive lines every week.

“The closer you get to the end of the season you hope you have an offensive line that is achieving consistency,” Madden said in a press release. “It looks to me like the Arizona Cardinals offensive line is achieving that right now.”


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2 Responses to “Cards lose Harrington and other notes”

  1. By shannon robinson on Dec 11, 2009 | Reply

    What a blow to lose Chris Harrington. He’s at that transition point in his development when he’ll become just what we could use – a speed pass rusher. He’s a golden pick for the Jags – I’m glad for him and it’s a complement to the program. I do admire Graves for signing him a second time since… we are a good judge of talent.

  2. By azcardsfan22 on Dec 12, 2009 | Reply

    I totally agree, when is Graves gonna get kudos for his great drafts going back to Denny Green era

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