Former Steelers, Cardinals, and Dolphins LB Joey Porter has retired from football.
Cardinals placed LB Joey Porter (knee surgery) on injured reserve, ending his season.
Cardinals declared LB Joey Porter, QB Kevin Kolb, WR Stephen Williams, SS Sean Considine, LT D'Anthony Batiste, WR Jaymar Johnson, and WR DeMarco Sampson inactive for Week 15 against the Browns.
Cardinals declared LB Joey Porter, QB Ronald Bartel, WR Chanci Stuckey, OT D'Anthony Batiste, WR Stephen Williams, FS Kerry Rhodes, and WR Jaymar Johnson inactive for Week 14 against the 49ers.
Cardinals OLB Joey Porter has resumed practicing on a limited basis for the first time since undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his knee more than three weeks ago.
Cardinals OLB Joey Porter underwent arthroscopic surgery on his knee last week and was on crutches during Sunday's win over the Rams.
Cardinals OLB Joey Porter has agreed to a restructured contract and is now expected to remain with the team.
The Cardinals have informed OLB Joey Porter that he will be released unless he accepts a paycut.
The Cardinals are reportedly in a wait-and-see mode with OLB Joey Porter.
The Cardinals can save $4.66 million under the projected salary cap by releasing OLB Joey Porter.
$1 million of Cardinals OLB Joey Porter's 2011 base salary is guaranteed for injury only -- not skill.
Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt acknowledged Friday at the Combine that OLB Joey Porter played too many snaps in 2010.
The Arizona Republic's Kent Somers considers OLB Joey Porter "doubtful" to be back with the Cardinals in 2011.
Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt indicated that OLB Joey Porter (triceps strain) is likely to sit out again in Week 17.