3/7 Arizona Cardinals news: Hours from free agency, Expanding the coaching staff

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Your daily news update of the Cardinals and NFL.


Early Free Agent Talks Coming
While free agency officially begins Tuesday, the Cardinals can talk to agents starting Saturday

Cardinals Blogs | Grading the O-line, and other stuff
Placing blame on a mistake is still far from accurate when watching the offensive line.

Cardinals Blogs | Olympian Roger Kingdom new speed coach
Another interesting hire for the coaching staff, expanding it even further

CBS Sports' Prisco: Re-signing Karlos Dansby not imperative for Cardinals ArizonaSports.com
The ILB was clearly better than D'Qwell Jackson, but it's tough to say Dansby (or Jackson) is worth four-years, $22 million

Jay Feely sounds off on proposed extra point changes ArizonaSports.com
Kickers don't really see the benefit of moving the extra point back five yards

Kicker Jay Feely wants to be back with Arizona Cardinals ArizonaSports.com
The question is, do the Cardinals want Jay Feely back?

Re-signing Alameda Ta'amu first step for Arizona Cardinals - ESPN
Keeping the young DT is a good step in the right direction towards another successful defense

Todd McShay Mock 3.0 reax: Arizona Cardinals - ESPN
Could the team be looking to draft a cornerback in the first round?


Not just throwing darts: A behind-the-scenes look at the NFL scouting process, and how players ultimately land on each team's draft board - SBNation.com
Risers, fallers, winners, losers, sleepers, reaches and busts. The feats and fiascos by front offices during the three-day spectacle that is the modern NFL Draft has become the stuff of legend and infamy. But what is the real process like?

Darren Sproles, Pierre Thomas on Saints trade block, per report - SBNation.com
The Saints are skirting the 2014 salary cap, and if Jimmy Graham gets his way and is reclassified as a wide receiver, the team may be forced to cut ties with key pieces of its 2013 offense.

NFL free agency 2014, NFC roundup: Devin Hester bids farewell to Chicago, Michael Vick likely to do same in Philly - SBNation.com
Plus, B.J. Raji's future with the Packers and the Falcons asking a veteran player to take a pay cut for next season.

NFL Draft 2014: Family ties help Donte Moncrief make decision to turn pro - SBNation.com
The wide receiver's decision to forego his senior season at Ole Miss was questioned by some, but the potential second-round pick says he was validated by a monster performance at the NFL Combine.

Michael Vick to the Vikings? Adrian Peterson thinks so - SBNation.com
AD took to Twitter to express interest in bringing the former Pro Bowl quarterback to Minnesota in 2014. Is an aging, turnover-prone Vick a viable solution to the Vikings' quarterback woes? Considering the market, they could do worse.

NFL free agency 2014, AFC roundup: Broncos release Champ Bailey; Colts criticized for signing D'Qwell Jackson - SBNation.com
The busy business of the NFL continued on Thursday, with moves made and several more on the horizon.

The Bill O’Brien Prototype: What Houston’s New Head Honcho Expects From His Quarterback - Battle Red Blog
Brett Kollmann breaks down what Bill O'Brien will be looking for from prospective quarterbacks this Spring while the Texans prepare for the 2014 NFL Draft.

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