Check out some of the players over the years for the Cardinals who have worn No. 35, including Hall of Fame CB Aeneas Williams.
This is the last weekend before preseason football begins. In exactly five weeks, or 35 days, the Arizona Cardinals will open the 2022 season at home in State Farm Stadium against the Kansas City Chiefs.
No. 35 belongs to rookie Christian Matthew, a cornerback drafted in the seventh round out of Valdosta State. But most will remember Hall of Fame cornerback Aeneas Williams wearing No. 35 (if you are old enough to have seen him play).
Check out some of the players who have worn No. 35 over the years for the team below.
Check out some of the players over the years who have worn No. 37 for the Cardinals.
The Arizona Cardinals will have the second-to-last open training camp practice at State Farm Stadium Friday. On this fine Friday, the Cardinals are now 37 days away from their season opener in Week 1 at home against the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Cardinals have two players on the roster wearing No. 37 currently — one is undrafted rookie running back Ronnie Rivers and the other is former undrafted cornerback Nate Brooks.
They, along with other Cardinals players over the years to wear No. 37, are below.
Two players on the roster currently wear No. 38, Check out some of the Cardinals players who have worn No. 38 over the years. –
The Arizona Cardinals approach the final weekend of the offseason without football games, as next week they will play their preseason opener in Cincinnati. We are yet a day closer to the start of the regular season, when the Cardinals open the season at home.
They will take the field at State Farm Stadium to face the Kansas City Chiefs in their season opener in 38 days.
No. 38 is worn by two players currently. It belongs to second-year safety James Wiggins on defense and by former USFL receiver/returner Victor Bolden on offense.
You can see them and other Cardinals players before them to wear No. 38 below.
Check out some of the players who have worn No. 39 for the Cardinals over the years.
The Arizona Cardinals continue to move toward the start of the 2022 regular season. They will take the field against the Kansas City Chiefs at State Farm Stadium in Week 1 in 39 days.
No. 39 has belonged to cornerback Jace Whittaker for the last three years. Whittaker has bounced between the practice squad and active roster the last two seasons, playing mostly on special teams after playing collegiately at the University of Arizona.
He and others who have worn No. 39 before him are below.
Pat Tillman was the last player to wear No. 40 more than 20 years ago. It was retired after he was killed in action in Afghanistan.
On this fine Tuesday, the Arizona Cardinals are one day closer to the start of their 2022 regular season. They will take the field in their home stadium to take on the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 1.
The Cardinals have not had a player wear No. 40 in two decades, as it is was retired after Pat Tillman was killed in action in Afghanistan when he was serving as an Army Ranger after he enlisted, turning down a contract from the Cardinals to serve his country after the 9/11 attacks.
Check out some of the players to wear No. 42 for the Cardinals over the years.
We are only six weeks away from the start of regular season football for the Arizona Cardinals. In six weeks from today, 42 days, the Cardinals will take the field in Week 1 to face the Kansas City Chiefs.
Linebacker Devon Kennard now wears No. 42 and has since joined the team in 2020.
Dennis Gardeck has worn No. 45 since 2020. See him and others to wear No. 45 for the Cardinals before him.
As the Arizona Cardinals continue the start of training camp with their second practice on Thursday, we are 45 days away from the start of their regular season. They will take the field at State Fam Stadium in Week 1 against the Kansas City Chiefs.
No. 45 belongs to outside linebacker and special teams stud Dennis Gardeck. It wasn’t always his number as he started his career with No. 92 and then went to No. 42. He and others to wear No. 45 are below.