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A-Dub released by NE, desert reunion in order?

The New England Patriots have just released former Cardinals SS Adrian Wilson.

Details can be seen here.

With the Cardinals' plight at the SS position, a lack of options in FA, and a crapshoot to land a SS at value that fits what the team is looking for in the draft, is there a possibility that they reach out to Wilson and bring him back home to the desert?

There is an understanding that A-Dub is not the player he once was and Keim was willing to make the tough decision to cut him for cap savings and go young last year. The results were a mixed bag. But perhaps he can be signed for a low to no guarantee 1-year contract as a potential depth/mentor/stop-gap signing and worst case, if things don't work out allow Wilson to be cut and potentially retire as a Cardinal if no other team shows interest.

So what say you? Should the Cardinals bring back their future RoH safety? Or is it not even worth it to consider such a thing?

Nation of RotB, discuss!

<em>This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Revenge of the Birds' (ROTB) editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of ROTB's editors.</em>

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