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Some Friday links to get you going.
The Arizona Cardinals signed linebacker Jasper Brinkley and they are still waiting on Joshua Cribbs. That deal has not been completed. The Kevin Kolb deadline is approaching today.
What about the rest of the league? We have that news too. Read what you like.
Word From the Birds Blog | A hint at offensive line and safety
Two of the positions considered the deepest in this draft? Offensive line and safety. Those are positions that might not be fully addressed until draft time.
Some kind of Kolb decision will have to come by 1 p.m. Friday, which is 4 p.m. at the league office in New York and close of business until Monday.
Some of the numbers are in on the five players who signed/agreed to terms with the Cardinals on Wednesday.
"They need to find an answer at this position," he said, meaning his position, quarterback. "I want to be that answer. I’m going to do everything in my power to be that answer, and given that opportunity, I feel like I can."
Analysis: Are Arizona Cardinals better after additions of Drew Stanton, Rashard Mendenhall, others?,The Cardinals have been active in free agency this week, adding five players Wednesday and another on Thursday. But are they better now than they were before the NFL free-agency period opened Tuesday? Let’s take a look.
Bruce Cooper and Kent Somers break down the Cardinals’ personnel moves.
Running back Rashard Mendenhall is the newest Cardinal, agreeing to a one-year deal
Cardinals bring in former Vikings starter Jasper Brinkley to help fill void at inside linebacker.
"That's a huge accomplishment to show what I have been doing and what I wanted it to be since day one," Peterson said. "I knew we had a lot of great guys, but at the end of the day I know the Cardinals drafted me to be the icon and the focal point of the secondary."
As the free-agency period continues to unfold (it's still barely two days old), more and more players are taking visits. One of them will be defensive end Matt Shaughnessy, who we're told is on his way to Arizona for a visit with the Cardinals.
"That's why I jumped on it so quick," he told Arizona Sports 620's Doug and Wolf on Thursday. "There's a reason why this was my first visit and there is a reason why I left there with a contract in hand."
The Arizona Cardinals took a calculated risk signing running back Rashard Mendenhall, but it's one that could pay dividends if the 25-year-old can realize his potential in Bruce Arians' system.
48 hours after the start of free agency, a few big time players are still out looking for new teams. Here's a recap on who was visiting where on Thursday.
Day three of free agency heading into the 2013 season wasn't as intense as the first two days, but there was still quite a bit of news. Here's what you may have missed.
For the most part, teams aren't throwing big free agent deals around the way they used to. What changed?
After more than a decade of controversial existence, the NFL tuck rule could be modified.
Last week, former NFL star and Strikeforce fighter Herschel Walker said he's like to compete one more time, in the UFC octagon. On Thursday, Dana White didn't say no.
The first two days of the NFL free agency period are in the books and while teams were happy to welcome their new additions, several may regret the deals they struck so far and it may not take long.
We track the latest developments in free agency as they happen.
The New York Attorney General is calling on the NFL to investigate allegations that NFL teams have asked NFL Draft prospects about their sexual orientation.
One of the top defensive free agents came off the board as Michael Bennett has signed with the Seahawks.
Running back Leon Washington will get a chance to contribute to the Patriots' backfield this fall.
Former Houston Texans linebacker Connor Barwin agreed to a six-year deal with the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Saints signed free agent cornerback Keenan Lewis on Thursday to help the team's struggling secondary.
Former Michigan Wolverine Jeff Backus spent all 12 of his NFL seasons with the Lions.
After being the force behind the Rams' offense for nearly a decade, Steven Jackson has signed with the Falcons, according to sources.
Matt Cassel wasn't a free agent for long, joining the Vikings shortly after being released by the Chiefs.
The Indianapolis front office simply won't slow down, as the Colts added yet another free agent to their haul on Thursday.
The New Orleans Saints are close to a contract agreement with free-agent cornerback Keenan Lewis, according to Adam Schefter.
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