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first_img Top Stories Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away “Well, I sensed some frustration after the Green Bay game.He said ‘Coach I can do this, I can do this,’” Hortonexplained. “I said ‘Yes, but you also have to be able torun the defense. If you don’t know where to go you can’tdo what you’re supposed to do.’” Horton said Schofield is one of the key guys that theyhave to get going.“We found a way to get him on the same page. He’ll have awristband. There’s nothing wrong with that. It’s just kindof a cheat sheet.”When asked if Schofield is too prideful to wear it, Hortondidn’t seem to care about pride getting in the way. “Couldbe, but I tried to explain it to him though. I think heunderstands now. It’s a way for him to play faster on thefield.”Schofield was injured for much of 2010 but still made hismark. The Cardinals expect a lot from the linebacker andthey’re hoping the extra time he puts in to study the newdefensive scheme will give him more time on the fieldSundays. Cardinals Defensive Coordinator Ray Horton feels goodabout the strides his group made last week against Seattlebut knows some things will have to change. “You have to add something,” he said. “You can’t do whatwe did last week for 16 games and be successful. You haveto come after people, and we are.”In saying that, Horton knows some guys are picking up thenew system faster than others. One of those struggling abit is linebacker O’Brien Schofield. What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinkecenter_img D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ 0 Comments   Share   Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocationlast_img

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