Arizona Cardinals’ Bruce Arians fires shot across Cowboys bow
By Erich Becker
The Arizona Cardinals’ head coach fire a playful shot at the Cowboys’ Jason Garrett
In a fun little bit on why we, as Arizona Cardinals fans, love Bruce Arians is he’s bluntly honest pretty much all the time. Something we’ll get to see in A Football Life next week, if you haven’t already.
When commenting on the recent signing of Corey White, who was cut from the Dallas Cowboys last month because he failed to wear a suit and tie on the plane for a road game, Arians told Kent Summers that he would be sure White had the appropriate dress.
The Cowboys, more than likely, cut White for other reasons, but used the dress garb as an excuse and an example to the rest of the team who is languishing in a sub par season without starter Tony Romo.
White may not have to worry much about dress on the team flights, you routinely see things like this:
Technically, Stanton is wearing a suit and tie, but this is a crime against 40 years of fashion progress in this country.
For White’s career he has four interceptions and a single sack in four seasons with the Saints and Cowboys. Not a starter by any means but a depth and special team player, he could come in handy on a depth chart that saw Patrick Peterson hurt, but not miss time, and Jerraud Powers pull a calf in last week’s game and will allow Justin Bethel to move into the starting line-up as well.
The Cardinals, dressed to the nines, meet the St. Louis Rams Sunday morning in St. Louis.