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Arizona Cardinals news 3/18: McCann returns, Cromartie would fit in AZ

Your morning roundup of Cardinals and NFL news.

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The Arizona Cardinals re-signed Bryan McCann, but they did not sign Antonio Cromartie yet. People think that Cromartie would be a fit. Oh, and Jim Irsay had some issues. Read away.


Cardinals Blogs | Ongoing task of rebuilding the O-line
Questions remain about what the offensive line will look like for the Cards in 2014, with veteran Eric Winston still a free agency and Daryn Colledge released.

Cardinals Blogs | Cards add a cornerback (no, not him)
With Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie signing with the Giants today, the price of Antonio Cromartie — the best cornerback remaining in free agency, just went up. | Cardinals Bracketology
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Bryan McCann gives Cardinals' flexibility - Arizona Cardinals Blog - ESPN
He wasn't high on their priority list this offseason, but by re-signing defensive back Bryan McCann, the Cardinals have given themselves some flexibility and cushion at nickel back.

Bridgewater not Louisville's only prospect - Stats & Info Blog - ESPN

Bridgewater was among those showing off his talents on Louisville’s pro day Monday. Here are a few storylines of note for that event.

Recapping the Cardinals' moves so far in free agency | FOX Sports on MSN

Steve Keim is in his second off-season calling the free-agency shots for the Cardinals.

ESPN's Edwards: Antonio Cromartie would fit with Arizona Cardinals

Now a free agent after being released by the Jets, the Arizona Cardinals appear to be interested in his services. Would he be a good fit opposite Patrick Peterson? analyst: Antonio Cromartie would give Arizona Cardinals a 'very formidable' secondary

"When you talk about Antonio Cromartie, you're talking about the price to acquire the player," he said. "If he comes in at a sensible price tag, I think he could absolutely be a complement to what Patrick Peterson is."

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Jim Irsay arrested for DUI, possession of a controlled substance -

The Colts owner found himself in hot water with the authorities on Sunday night after being pulled over.Jim Irsay arrested for DUI, possession of a controlled substance -

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SB Nation selects... Oh no Pittsburgh! -

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Bad teams spend a lot of money in free agency and oftentimes those players perform well, but that doesn't always translate to wins. We take a look at the big spenders over the last couple years and how that relates to this season.

NFL free agency 2014: The good, the bad and the ugly from the weekend -

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Teddy Bridgewater divides experts at pro day -

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NFL Draft 2014: Travis Swanson talks pass-happy offenses, power running & bricks -

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