Sunday was a whirlwind of rumors about the landing spot for the many offensive tackles set to hit free agency. Running back Rashard Mendenhall also explains why he is retiring from football.
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"When you’re on crutches and you’ve got a brace, you’ve got to let other people do things for you," Mathieu said. "They don’t quite do it the way you want it done, and you really can’t do anything about it."
The Cardinals have more interest in Raiders left tackle Jared Veldheer, who at 26, is three years younger than Albert.
The "soft" opening of free agency this weekend has provided plenty in the way of speculation and prediction, especially when it comes to the hot left tackle market.
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According to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter, Mendenhall has decided to retire, a few days before he was to become an unrestricted free agent Tuesday afternoon, a move that wasn't even considered as a possibility by many until Mendenhall's post.
Inside linebacker Karlos Dansby, an unrestricted free agent, is the Cardinals' top in-house priority.
The auto industry billionaire and long-time owner of Detroit's most popular pro sports franchise passed away at the age of 88 on Sunday.
It's that time of year when NFL teams go shopping. Follow all the moves, big ones and little ones, from around the league with SB Nation's NFL free agency tracker.
With franchise and transition tags handed out and a few names choosing to re-up with their old teams, we take another look at the top free agents at each position.
The defensive end is expected to sign a five-year deal with Minnesota.
Just as he predicted two months ago, Cromartie has been dropped by the Jets to clear up cap space.
The Lions are looking for some major secondary help after a disastrous 2013.
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