In case you live under a rock and didn't hear, the Arizona Cardinals signed a large human being on Tuesday.
"Old School" Jared Veldheer Joins Cardinals
Team fills left tackle spot via free agency with five-year deal
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Cardinals Blogs | Cards sign three more, plus Shaughnessy
The Cardinals brought in two more free agents Wednesday night, signing running back Jonathan Dwyer to a one-year contract and guard/center Ted Larsen to a two-year contract. Both are expected to be depth signings. The Cards also re-signed outside linebacker Marcus Benard to a one-year deal.
Cardinals Blogs | "A monster" in Veldheer
"He plays big," Palmer said. "He’s very difficult to bull rush. He can anchor it down, but he’s quick. For being what looks like 8-feet tall, he moves really well. He moves like a shorter tackle. And he’s a monster in the run game. He mauls people. He’s a big person and he uses all that weight. Lot of power underneath."
EXCLUSIVE: Veldheer signs his contract
Watch new left tackle Jared Veldheer sign his contract and officially become an Arizona Cardinal.
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"We wish Karlos all the best," coach Bruce Arians said on Wednesday. "He gave us a fantastic year last year. At his age (32), to get that contract, God bless him. We wish him all the well."
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