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    ARIZONA CARDINALS - 2018 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Loca on AZ Time/Result Sep. 9 WASHINGTON State Farm Stadium L, 6-24 Sep. 16 @ L.A. Rams LA Memorial Coliseum L, 0-34 Sep. 23 CHICAGO State Farm Stadium L, 14-16 Sep. 30 SEATTLE State Farm Stadium L, 17-20 Oct. 7 @ San Francisco Levi's Stadium W, 28-18 Oct. 14 @ Minnesota U.S. Bank Stadium L, 17-27 Oct. 18 DENVER# State Farm Stadium L, 10-45 Oct. 28 SAN FRANCISCO State Farm Stadium W, 18-15 - BYE - Nov. 11 @ Kansas City Arrowhead Stadium 11:00 AM Nov. 18 OAKLAND State Farm Stadium 2:05 PM Nov. 25 @ L.A. Chargers* StubHub Center 2:05 PM Dec. 2 @ Green Bay* Lambeau Field 11:00 AM Dec. 9 DETROIT* State Farm Stadium 2:25 PM Dec. 16 @ Atlanta* Mercedes-Benz Stadium 11:00 AM Dec. 23 L.A. RAMS* State Farm Stadium 2:05 PM Dec. 30 @ Sea le* CenturyLink Field 2:25 PM # FOX/NFL Network Thursday Night Football * Subject to fl exible scheduling decisions

    ARIZONA CARDINALS VS.

    KANSAS CITY CHIEFS Arrowhead Stadium | November 11, 2018 | 11:00 AM

    T H I S W E E K ’ S P R E V I E W

    WEEK 10 GAME RELEASE

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    I m a nI m a n i S ui S u b e r b e r - M e- M e d i a d i a R e l aR e l a t i o nt i o n s C os C o o r d io r d i n a t on a t o r r C h a sC h a s e R ue R u s s e ls s e l l - l - M e d iM e d i a R ea R e l a t il a t i o n s o n s C o o rC o o r d i n ad i n a t o rt o r

    The Cardinals open the second half of the 2018 regular season with a trip to Kansas City for a matchup against the AFC West-leading Chiefs. Arizona is returning from its off week with three consecu ve matchups against AFC West opponents. Star ng this week, Arizona has a six-game stretch in which they won't face a division opponent. A er facing San Francisco in Week 8, Arizona doesn't play another game against an NFC West opponent un l Week 16 (vs. LA Rams). This Sunday's matchup will be just the sixth game the Cardinals have ever played in Kansas City and the fi rst since 2010. Arizona will travel to Arrow- head Stadium looking for its fi rst-ever road win against the Chiefs. The Cardinals won the last mee ng between these two teams, earning a 17-14 victory at State Farm Stadium in Week 14 of the 2014 season. The last me Arizona played in Kansas City during the regular season (Week 11 of 2010) WR Larry Fitzgerald entered the game with 7,668 career receiv- ing yards. He enters this week with 15,902 yards and needs just 33 yards to pass Terrell Owens for second place behind Jerry Rice on the all- me list. Helping call the ac on on Sunday will be former Arizona head coach Bruce Arians, who is serving as a color analyst for the CBS broadcast. The win- ningest head coach in Cardinals history, Arians spent fi ve seasons (2013-17) with Arizona before he re red from coaching following the 2017 season. Prior to having off in Week 9, the Cardinals earned a come-from-behind 18-15 victory over the San Francisco 49ers at State Farm Stadium. In the debut of Byron Le wich as Arizona's new off ensive coordinator, rookie QB Josh Rosen led the Cardinals back from a 12-point fourth quarter defi cit and threw the winning TD to fellow rookie WR Chris an Kirk will just :34 remaining in regula on. Arizona's defense also aided in the comeback, keeping the 49ers scoreless in their fi nal three possessions as the Cardinals scored 15 unanswered points. Next week the Cardinals return home to host the Oakland Raiders before going back on the road for games against the Chargers (Week 12 at LA) and Packers (Week 13 at GB). Arizona's road game against the Chargers will mark the Cardinals fi rst-ever appearance at StubHub Center. Kansas City will follow up this week's matchup with an appearance on Mon- day Night Football in Mexico City, where they will face the Rams.

    THE HIGHLIGHTS --Sunday's game will mark the 13th all- me mee ng between the Cardinals and Chiefs in a series that dates back to 1970. This week's game will come 48 years a er the teams played to a 6-6 e in their fi rst-ever mee ng. --The last me the Cardinals and Chiefs faced each other was in 2014. The only players on the Cards current roster that were with the team for that game are WR Larry Fitzgerald, CB Patrick Peterson and $LB Deone Bucan- non. Nine players on the Chiefs current roster were with the team then. --When the Cardinals take the fi eld in Kansas City, it will mark just their sec- ond game in a span of 24 days. Arizona faced Denver on TNF in Week 7 and a er an extended break hosted the 49ers in Week 8. The Cardinals were then off in Week 9. --Cardinals RB David Johnson (39 in 41 career games) and Chiefs RB Kareem Hunt (24 in 25 career games) have combined for 63 career TDs. They have combined for 44 rushing TDs, 18 receiving TDs and one kickoff return TD in their young NFL careers. --In the Week 8 win vs. San Francisco, QB Josh Rosen became the youngest QB in the Super Bowl era to win a game by leading his team back from a double-digit defi cit in the fourth quarter. --Against the Niners, DE Markus Golden - who missed the fi nal 12 games last season and the fi rst two contests of 2018 with a knee injury - recorded his fi rst full sack in 666 days (1 year, 9 months and 28 days).

    BROADCAST INFORMATION Television: CBS / Play-By-Play: Greg Gumbel Analyst: Bruce Arians Analyst: Trent Green Sideline: Melanie Collins

    Cardinals Radio: Arizona Sports 98.7 FM / Play-By-Play: Dave Pasch Analyst: Ron Wolfl ey Sideline: Paul Calvisi Cardinals Spanish Radio: Univision KHOV 105.1 FM / Play-By-Play: Gabriel Trujillo Analyst: Rolando Cantu

    Page Contents 2 Cardinals-Chiefs Series Info 3 Larry Fitzgerald Approaches #2 / Chandler Jones Highlights in AZ 4 The Last Game - Cardinals vs. 49ers in Week 8 Highlights 5 Season Highlights / Rookies Producing / Le wich as OC 6 By The Numbers / Poten al Milestones / Schedules 7 Cardinals Players in the Community 8 Leadership / Michael Bidwill / Steve Keim 9 State Farm Stadium / Dignity Health Arizona Cardinals Training Center 10 Steve Wilks Highlights / Coordinators (Rodgers and Holcomb) 11-15 Larry Fitzgerald / David Johnson / Off ensive Highlights 16-18 Defensive Highlights / Peterson / Bethea / Baker / Boston 19 Special Teams Highlights / Phil Dawson / Andy Lee 20-23 Individual Player Notes / Transac ons 24-41 Rosters / Depth Chart / How They Were Built / 2018 Stats / Standings

    G A M E R E L E A S E I N D E X

    FITZGERALD JUST 33 YARDS FROM #2 ALL-TIME A er pos ng 102 receiving yards in Week 8 against San Francisco, WR Larry Fitzgerald (15,902) enters this week's game at Kansas City needing 33 yards to pass Hall of Fame WR Terrell Owens (15,934) for second place on the NFL’s all- me receiving yardage list. -- See page 3 for more info on Fitzgerald's move

    up the all- me receiving yardage list --

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    C A R D S - C H I E F S C O N N E C T I O N S

    Chiefs Connec ons Cardinals OL Daniel Munyer entered the league as an undra ed rookie free agent with the Chiefs in 2015.

    Cardinals Connec ons Chiefs FB Anthony Sherman was selected by the Cardinals in the fi h round of the 2011 NFL Dra and played 28 games in two seasons for Arizona prior to being traded in the 2013 off season. Chiefs DL Xavier Williams entered the league as an undra ed rookie free agent with the Cardinals in 2015 and played 23 games in three sea- sons for Arizona before signing with the Chiefs during the 2018 off sea- son. Williams played with Cardinals RB David Johnson at Northern Iowa. Chiefs G Kahlil McKenzie is the son of Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie, who played LB for the Cardinals from 1989-90. Chiefs DBs coach Emmi Thomas was the WRs/TEs coach for the Cardi- nals from 1981-1985 when the team was based in St. Louis.

    Missouri Connec ons Cardinals President Michael Bidwill was born in St. Louis and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in fi nance from St. Louis University in 1987. Cardinals DE Markus Golden is from St. Louis and a ended A on High School, where he recently donated new uniforms to the football team. He then played college football at Missouri, where he was a teammate of Chiefs OL Mitch Morse. Cardinals Equipment Manager Mark Ahlemeier was born in St. Charles, MO and a ended Ritenour High School and Florissant Valley College in St. Louis. Cardinals Assistant Athle c Trainer Jeff Herndon was born in Hallsville, MO and earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Missouri.

    Arizona Connec ons Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid was the O-Line coach at Northern Arizona in 1986. Chiefs TEs coach Tom Melvin was an assistant coach at Northern Arizona from 1986-87 and earned a master’s degree from NAU. Chiefs RB Damien Williams a ended Arizona Western University as a sophomore in 2011. Chiefs Vice President of Sports Medicine and Performance Rick Burk- holder worked at the University of Arizona from 1988-90. Chiefs Sports Science/Condi oning coach Ryan Reynolds spent me with Arizona State's football program serving as an assistant coach fo- cusing on sports performance (2008-12) and as a sports performance GA for the Sun Devil basketball and football teams (2006-08).

    College/Pro Connec ons Cardinals CB Patrick Peterson played at LSU with Chiefs RB Spencer Ware