The Arizona Cardinals made a roster move to save some money and have reached out to a veteran linebacker. The salary cap is increasing. Check out what you might have missed on Friday.
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All great news for the Cards, with Steve Keim already working hard to get the cap situation under control by next year anyway.
A couple of tidbits out there this morning. One, Adam Schefter reported that the Cardinals have reached out to veteran linebacker D’Qwell Jackson, just cut by the Browns
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As has been expected for some time, the Arizona Cardinals released backup inside linebacker Jasper Brinkley on Friday. The move saved Arizona $2.2 million in cap space. He was scheduled to earn $2 million next season.
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Rumors surfaced Friday that the Dolphins may be gauging trade interest for Dion Jordan less than one year after taking him with the No. 3 overall pick. The Dolphins may not want to admit it, but they might be making the right move.
Carolina has slapped the tag on Hardy, who was one of the most productive players in the league last season.
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