The Arizona Cardinals, while having a quieter day in free agency, still have players on their radar. Former Pittsburgh Steelers defensive lineman Al Woods is scheduled to visit Arizona Friday after having visited the Green Bay Packers on Thursday and the Titans today, per The Tennessean beat writer Jim Wyatt.
There is certainly no guarantee that Woods will make it that long without a deal, but we can see the desire of the Cardinals to get deeper on the defensive line.
Woods, a 6-4, 331 pound defensive end, was a fourth round pick of the New Orleans Saints in 2010. He never played for New Orleans. He played nine games as a rookie for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and then split time 2011 with the Steelers and Seattle Seahawks, playing only two games.
He rejoined Pittsburgh in 2012 and played 12 games. He played in all 16 games in 2013 for the Steelers, starting two games. He had two sacks and 16 tackles. He can play any position on the defensive line.
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