Arizona Cardinals Cheerleader’s Wild Photos Cause A Stir

Arizona Cardinals Cheerleader’s Wild Photos Cause A Stir

The Arizona Cardinals had one of the more disappointing NFL seasons of any team in the league last year.

Fresh off giving then-head coach Kliff Kingsbury a new big deal and handing quarterback Kyler Murray a five-year, $231 million extension, expectations for this group were sky-high.

Not only did the Cardinals fail make the playoffs in 2022-23 – they couldn’t even come close to fielding a competitive unit. Even the Los Angeles Rams’ uncharacteristically awful campaign wasn’t enough to keep Arizona from landing at the bottom of the NFC West.

Obviously Murray’s injury threw a wrench into the equation, but the team looked lost even before that.

While both the offense and defense disappointed last year, one unit that consistently showed up and looked impressive was Arizona’s cheerleading group. As a result, a number of the dancers on it amassed big social media followings.

This week, one Cardinals cheerleader, Cam, found herself causing a stir after her wild photos went viral.


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It’s actually quite telling that in a weekend where Baker Mayfield’s wife’s provocative workout photos and Aaron Rodgers’ girlfriend’s July 4th bathing suit pictures set the internet ablaze, a Cardinals cheerleader still found a way to steal the show.

Cheerleading aside, though – it will be interesting to see what Arizona is able to do next season.

Obviously the Cardinals’ front office has a lot of optimism about new head coach Jonathan Gannon and what he will bring to the table. Time will tell if he can deliver, but at least he doesn’t have an Instagram model girlfriend to distract him like Kingsbury did.

But even if Gannon is as good as advertised, the Cardinals’ roster still isn’t very good.

Murray struggled as a pure passer already, and losing wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins will not help. When the two played together Murray’s passer rating was 102.0. Apart? It dipped to 93.2. More importantly, he also averaged one fewer yard per pass attempt in that latter scenario.

Maybe new offensive coordinator Drew Petzing will utilize play-action more and make the most out of Murray’s natural skillset, but it’s hard to see the receiving core of Marquise Brown and Michael Wilson doing much in 2023-24.

Defense will likely be just as big of an issue for Arizona. The team boasts a weak secondary and would need BJ Ojulari to be a superstar right out of the gate in order to make opposing offenses even a little concerned.

All in all, it’s looking like another rough year in Arizona next season. More than four victories seems extremely unlikely at this juncture.

That being said, win or lose, no matter what, the Cardinals’ cheerleaders will be there rooting their players on every step of the way.

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Carlos Garcia

A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.
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