Arizona Cardinals: 5 who should be considered for Ring of Honor

Use your ← → (arrows) to browse

29 Sep 1996: Running back Larry Centers of the Arizona Cardinals carries the football during the Cardinals 31-28 win over the St. Louis Rams at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Arizona.

With the addition of quarterback Carson Palmer to the Arizona Cardinals Ring of Honor in 2019 the question is who else should be inducted?

There certainly was a lot of discussion about former Arizona Cardinals Carson Palmer’s time with the team and whether he deserved to be included in the team’s Ring of Honor.  He does deserve it but who else should be considered?

There are a number of players who fans feel like the team should have extended the honor to before Centers.  There can be arguments made for giving certain players the honor, whether it is before or after Palmer.  These players should be recognized at some point.

Larry Centers

He seems to be the most popular pick for the next pick for the ROH.  Many believe he should have been inducted before Palmer.

A versatile player who could catch and run with the ball.  He spent his first nine seasons in the NFL with the Cardinals.

Of those nine seasons, seven of them saw Centers catch at least 50 passes.  The only two seasons in which he didn’t were his rookie season in 1990 when he did not produce any numbers and in his second season of 1991 when he was primarily a kick returner.

Use your ← → (arrows) to browse