The Cardinals are giving their players gifts for birthdays, graduations and special occasions.
Here are the gifts that are being given to Cardinals players this season.
Jan. 20: NFL Network special with Mike Mayock.
The NFL Network’s Mike Mayocks will be on hand to chat about the new NFL season.
Feb. 7: Cardinals rookie receiver Corey Davis on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Davis, who has just four catches for 31 yards this season, was drafted in the second round by the Cardinals and played in three games this season before being released.
Feb 15: Cardinals coach Bruce Arians on ESPN Radio’s NFL Countdown.
He discusses his team’s first playoff appearance since 1999 and how the team is moving forward.
March 3: Cardinals first-round draft pick and second-round pick Tajae Sharpe on NFL Network.
Sharpe, who had two interceptions in his first NFL season, is a redshirt freshman at Georgia Tech and will be in Arizona this season on the scout team.
March 7: NFL Films analyst Jim Nantz on NFL Countdown and NFL Network specials.
He talks about the Cardinals’ win over the Bengals and the team’s success in 2018.
April 20: Cardinals defensive tackle Aaron Donald on the Jim Nantz Show.
He plays the role of a former NFL player.
April 22: Cardinals linebacker Tyrell Crosby on the Ellen DeGenres Show, where he talks about his time playing for the team and his decision to play for the Cardinals.
May 4: Cardinals receiver Davante Adams on ESPN’s NFL Sunday show.
He joins his former teammate in the red-white-and-blue jerseys.
May 6: Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer on ESPN NFL Live.
Palmer was on the show for a pre-game segment.
May 8: Cardinals cornerback Antonio Cromartie on ESPN Insider, who discusses the team going on a six-game winning streak.
June 2: Cardinals running back Christian McCaffrey on ESPN, who was named MVP of the NFL’s annual All-Pro game.
June 9: Cardinals offensive tackle Gabe Ikard on ESPN Deportes.
He and McCaffery are on the ESPN Depor podcast, where they discuss their relationship.
June 14: Cardinals kicker Brandon McManus on ESPN The Magazine.
McManuses was the first kicker from Arizona to earn the award in five years.
June 20: A video from Cardinals cornerback Kevin Minter on ESPN.
June 23: Cardinals wide receiver Rashard Higgins on ESPN: He says, “I’m just happy to be here.”
July 3: ESPN NFL analyst and analyst Mike Mayhew on NFL Nation.
He has more than a million subscribers.
July 6: NFL Hall of Fame cornerback John Taylor on The Dan Patrick Show.
July 7: ESPN SportsCenter analyst and former Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner on The Herd.
July 13: NFL reporter Rob Demovsky on ESPN and ESPN Depors.
He is on the podcast.
July 14: NFL Nation’s Jim Trotter on NFL Talk.
He speaks about the season and talks about quarterback Carson Wentz.
July 17: Cardinals tight end D.J. Williams on ESPN Cardinals Insider.
July 18: Cardinals general manager Steve Keim on The Jim Rome Show.
The former GM talks about moving to Arizona after six seasons with the Eagles and how he and the franchise are on a roll.
July 20: ESPN’s Mike Sando on NFL Insider.
He talked about the latest news in the NFL.
July 21: Cardinals safety Mark Barron on ESPN on the Herd, which is the Cardinals defensive coverage.
July 25: Cardinals quarterbacks coach Joe Vitti on ESPN 850 WKNR.
He was on The Kelly File with Kelly Olynyk, where Vittis talked about how the Cardinals are starting to build a good foundation for their young players to succeed.
Aug. 5: Cardinals star running back Dalvin Cook on ESPN Arizona.
He had a record-breaking season, rushing for 1,084 yards and 17 touchdowns.
Aug 6: A photo of former Cardinals running backs LaDainian Tomlinson and Terrance West on ESPN 3D Sports.
Tomlison had 690 yards rushing and a team-leading 13 touchdowns.
He also added 19 catches for 229 yards.
Aug 9: A photograph of former players Kevin Faulk, Michael Irvin, Michael Bush and Larry Fitzgerald in a photo with former Cardinals wideout Antonio Cromarts on ESPN3.
Aug 11: Cardinals right guard Matt Birk on ESPN Wide World of Sports.
He played eight seasons for the franchise and won the Super Bowl with the franchise in 2008.
Aug 13: Cardinals outside linebacker Anthony Barr on ESPN MLB Network.
He retired in 2016.
Aug 14: A picture of former player Greg Hardy on ESPN Louisville.
Hardy, who is now on the NFL team’s team security detail, was convicted in August of assault and battery for hitting an officer.
Aug 15: A tribute to former Cardinals receiver John Brown on ESPNU, which features the former star running backs