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first_img Top Stories Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo 2 Comments   Share   (AP Photo/Matt York, File) Arizona Cardinals first-round pick Josh Rosen has been the talk of the town since arriving in Phoenix.The rookie has looked impressive so far in training camp, but don’t expect to see the franchise’s hope for the future on the field Week 1.With two veteran quarterbacks on the roster in Sam Bradford and Mike Glennon, the Cardinals have options at quarterback. Learning from the sideline can be very beneficial for young quarterbacks, and the Cardinals don’t want to set Rosen up to fail. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Related LinksCardinals’ low expectations nationally show no confidence in Sam BradfordESPN looked at the class of rookie quarterbacks, and determined there’s a five percent chance Rosen begins the season under center for the Cardinals.Rosen has looked confident and poised from Day 1 of camp, having had several practices with fellow rookies in the days leading up it. He opened camp as the backup to Sam Bradford and worked with the No. 2 offense all week. Coach Steve Wilks and offenseive coordinator Mike McCoy are quick to praise but just as quick to mention Rosen’s level of confusion as he works through reads and progressions.The article also noted that Rosen has the physical tools and the confidence from his teammates to have success in the NFL.With Sam Bradford already on the roster there is no need to rush Rosen onto the field if he isn’t ready.Rosen looks good for a rookie, but Bradford is running the offense like he has been immersed in it for a couple of years. McCoy’s offense is new to everyone, so Rosen isn’t as far behind as he would be if the starter and offensive coordinator has been in place. The Cardinals also have an experienced backup quarterback in Mike Glennon, so with tow NFL-tested signal-callers, Rosen won’t see the field if he ends up as the No. 3.The Cardinals open up their preseason schedule this Saturday at home against the Los Angeles Chargers. Cardinals head coach Steve Wilks didn’t specify how long Rosen will play on Saturday, but he did say he will receive “quite a bit” of playing time. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

THQ Nordic to reveal three big games ahead of E3

first_imgUS$29.99 THQ Nordic is one of the few publishers working on a metric ton of new projects. There’s so many games in the pipeline that THQ has to reveal them ahead of E3 2019.   Right now THQ Nordic is developing over 80 games across its varied stable of developers and subsidiaries, which includes Deep Silver, 4A Games, and Volition. Most of these new titles haven’t been announced yet–48 of them are still under wraps. Now the company plans to unveil three of these new games ahead of E3 as part of a new “3 on 3” promo.  So what can we expect to see? Probably a few remasters or re-releases on multiple platforms. I’m betting THQ Nordic will save its huge new game announcements for E3 proper. Volition is working on a top-secret new AAA game (probably Saints Row 5), and other devs like Warhorse Studios, Coffee Stain, and 4A Games are likewise doing the same. Here are a few things we should see from THQ Nordic at E3 2019, most of which will probably be shown during the Xbox panel:  Dead Island 2 release date New Darksiders game Tons of games coming to cloud streaming platforms like Google Stadia BioMutant details  THQ Nordic certainly has a plethora of IPs to choose from. It’s snapped up rights to a sea of beloved series and franchises including Kingdoms of Amalur and Timesplitters. Not every IP will get a sequel, though: THQ Nordic is careful to say that only relevant series will get expanded. The company plans to start announcing its new games tomorrow at 10AM EST.  Three games, three days. Because the best things come in threes. Stay tuned through our Social Media channels on these times: Game 1: June 5th | 4pm CET / 10am EST Game 2: June 6th | 7pm CET / 2pm EST Game 3: June 7th | 7pm CET / 2pm EST Metro Exodus: Day One Edition – PlayStation 4 $38.35 $36.00 center_img TodayYesterday7 days ago30 days ago $29.99 Buylast_img read more