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2/13 Arizona Cardinals news: Breaking down Fitz's new contract

Your Thursday morning Cardinals and NFL roundup

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Arizona Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgeralds new contract broken down - ESPN
It’s been a week since Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald signed a restructured contract in order to give the team more cap room this offseason. With his contract finalized, the numbers are pretty much what’s been reported.

Cards Think Aggressive, Long Term
"We have to constantly look at it with a three-year view," Keim said Wednesday. "How certain things affect what we can do with (cornerback) Patrick (Peterson), how some of the other young players fit, and (that) we might have to make some tough decisions..."

Cardinals season review: Specialists | FOX Sports on MSN
Jay Feely, an unrestricted free agent, ranked just 21st in the NFL in field-goal conversion rate by going 30 of 36 and had only 33 touchbacks on 86 kickoffs.

Arizona prepares to host Super Bowl XLIX
"The NFL did a great job of promoting the idea of ‘we will see you in Arizona next year'," [David] Rousseau told Doug and Wolf on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM. "I think we just have to capture that momentum and make the most of it and finish up our fundraising over the course of the next 60-90 days and then we'll have one job of executing it."


The Rejection of Myron Rolle -
The NFL wanted him ... until he was named a Rhodes Scholar.

Michael Lombardi to get Patriots personnel job, per reports -
The former general manager of the Cleveland Browns will join the New England Patriots front office according to several reports.

Michael Sam, a normal football player -
At this time, no one knows how things will work out for Michael Sam in the NFL. But it appears the football part will be less challenging for Sam than everything else will be for everyone else.

Bizarro Seahawks: What Seattle would look like if it followed experts' NFL mock draft advice -
No Richard Sherman or Earl Thomas. Andy Dalton throwing to Randall Cobb. Russell Wilson backing up Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay. We took a look back at the last few ESPN mock drafts and re-imagined the roster of the Super Bowl-winning Seattle Seahawks.