Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires

first_img Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires I’ve never enjoyed working for a coach more than @BruceArians. I’m sad he’s retiring but so happy for him as a person.— Tim DeLaney (@tdelaneyaz) January 1, 2018 (AP Photo/Mark Tenally) Top Stories Congrats to the best Coach I ever had the opportunity to play for. You gave me my first opportunity, my first game ball. The things you have taught me stick with me everyday. Winningest coach in Cardinals history. @BruceArians— Kerry Taylor (@KerryTaylor15) January 1, 2018Congratulations on the retirement BA. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Enjoy retirement, BA! Thanks for the memories. #AllAZ #ThanksBA— Arizona Coyotes (@ArizonaCoyotes) January 1, 2018 #ThanksBA for all you’ve done in Arizona. You’re welcome at Chase Field anytime. Thanks for 5 amazing years @BruceArians! We will really miss you and I hope you stay in AZ #RiseUpRedSea #BeRedSeeRed #AZCardinals #Arians— Ross 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 (@12ossT) January 1, 2018 Team President Michael Bidwill said BA will continue to be a friend to the organization. #ThanksBA— Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) January 1, 2018 — Arizona Diamondbacks (@Dbacks) January 1, 2018 An emotional day. No matter what happens. Its always #BirdGang— Earl Watford (@EWatts78) January 1, 2018 Happy for @BruceArians — going out on his terms. Had an amazing 5-year tenure in the Valley. I absolutely loved having the opportunity to interview him every Monday for the last five years. You’ll be missed, BA! @AZCardinals— Vinny Joe ________ (@Vincemarotta) January 1, 2018 A BIG thank you, to the Arians family for sharing your husband, father, grandfather with us. Families make so many sacrifices in this business… enjoy this precious time & the lake house! (@AriansFF @JakeBArians) Your impact on our organization and our community has been more than what anyone could have imagined. Thanks for everything, @BruceArians! #ThanksBA— Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) January 1, 2018 — Lisa Matthews (@LisaMatthewsAZ) January 1, 2018 Absolutely going to miss @BruceArians as coach of the Cards. Such a great guy, loved his grit and style. Wishing him the best of luck in whatever is next!— Mike Olbinski (@MikeOlbinski) January 1, 2018 2 Comments   Share   Thank you @BruceArians for a wild ride on the winning side! 50 wins in 5-years…I would have loved to play under your watch but you would have cut me after my first fight. Love and respect, coach.— Ron Wolfley (@wolf987FM) January 1, 2018 #BeRedSeeRed thank you @BruceArians for everything youve done for us the last 5 years. Always a @AZCardinals fan! Enjoy your retirement! 😭❤️#ThanksBA— Aya Abdeen (aka the real comedian) (@aabdeen_3) January 1, 2018 And thats a wrap. Hell of a career for my guy @BruceArians. Played for him for 3 different teams and the game is gonna miss him for sure. Loved playing for you boss enjoy retirement.— AQ Shipley (@aqshipley) January 1, 2018 The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo It was an emotional day for Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians as he announced his retirement after five seasons with the team during a press conference on Monday.Fans, players and members of the media flooded Twitter to show their support and admiration for a coach who set a single-season franchise wins mark — twice — and who capped off his career by becoming the most winningest coach in Cardinals’ history with a victory against the Seattle Seahawks in Week 17. Thank you coach @BruceArians , You’re gonna be missed! #FamilyFirst #NoRiskItNoBiscuit— Big Mark (@MCXM13) January 1, 2018 Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Below are — just some of — the reactions from the day. If everyone in a position of power would change the game and be a champion for change like @BruceArians did for me, the world world would be a much better place. The @Nfl will never be the same. We love you. Cheers to the next phase coach. @AZCardinals #BirdGang— Dr. Jen Welter (@jwelter47) January 1, 2018last_img read more