A live video chat and helping Roy

Posted by Darren Urban on February 12, 2013 – 11:32 am

As a prelude to some live video chats we will have in Indianapolis at the Scouting combine — details are still being fleshed out, but the hope is to have all the big decision-makers among the guests –myself and Cards’ analyst Ron Wolfley will be taking part in a video chat Thursday morning at 10 a.m. We’ll talk all things Cardinals — whatever might be on your mind. Send your questions to or tweet them to @azcardinals using the hash tag #AZCardsChat.

The video can be seen at, which will also be the link to all the combine video chats. Again, more info to come on those, because I will be asking for submitted questions on those as well.

— I mentioned this a couple of weeks ago, but Josh Weinfuss has a great story on former Cardinal Roy Green, his kidney transplant and how Nicole Bidwill has put herself out there as a dancer to help raise money for the cause. Watch a video of Roy and Nicole here, and maybe donate a couple of bucks to the National Kidney Foundation of Arizona.


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3 Responses to “A live video chat and helping Roy”

  1. By William Nielsen on Feb 12, 2013 | Reply

    Hi Darren,

    I know that this is really off topic, but I was not able to find anything about this subject (which was updated recently).

    There is a lot of talk about Kevin Kolb’s contract and such, but when he got injured, some people said that the injury was really serious, and that there was a chance that he would never be able to play football again.

    How is his recovery so far? Are there any chance that he will not be able to play in 2013?

  2. By Darren Urban on Feb 12, 2013 | Reply

    William —

    RE: Kolb

    The last time I spoke to him — when Arians was hired — he texted to say his recovery was going well. I expect him to be ready for offseason work.

  3. By Mike G on Feb 12, 2013 | Reply

    Hey Darren-Hope all is well! That was a nice story on Roy Green how Nicole Bidwill helped him out with his kidney situation. The Bidwills certainly have helped out their former players and the community with their generosity. Roy Green was one of my favorite Cardinals growing up and was one of the high profile Cardinals of all time. We sometimes forget that these star players are human and go through some tough time in life. The year Green had in 1984 was probably one of the best years a Cardinal has had as a wideout in the history of the organization. Im glad he is doing well. Hey Darren–Looking forward to the draft–hope the Cards pick an impact player!!!

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