Cardinals Flunk NFLPA Report Card, Reveals Players Have To Pay For Their Own Dinner At Facility

$1.4 Billion is what Arizona Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill is worth and apparently he’s not willing to cough up any of that if his players want dinner.

The NFLPA released what they’re calling ‘report cards‘ this week, a new system to help free agents better identify good landing spots for them with inside info based on surveys sent out to every player in the league about things like Treatment of families, Good serve/nutrition, Weight room, Strength coaches, Training room, Training staff, Locker room and Team travel.

Coming in second to last off all the teams was the Arizona Cardinals, who flunked nearly every category.

The scores aren’t as surprising when you learn of the details of how the team operates.


According to the players, the team charges players for dinner meals if they’d like to eat at the facility, something not one other team in the league does.

The facilities themselves are also major issues for Cardinals players apparently, and after one look at them, you can understand why as some high schools have better sets ups than Arizona does.

Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill called much of the feedback “inaccurate” when asked about it in a recent press conference.