Friday brought a big move. The Arizona Cardinals parted ways, at least for now, with defensive tackle Darnell Dockett. We covered it and so have many other outlets.
Here are today's stories to kick off your Saturday.
Cardinals Blogs | Dockett and the chance to return
Normally, a key veteran like Darnell Dockett is released and I try to sum up his career in Arizona as his tenure comes to an end. Dockett certainly is one of those guys. But that plan is in a holding pattern now because, quite frankly, his tenure might not have come to an end yet.
Keim is still around, although now he’s calling the shots. It’d make sense he probably still likes Peterson as a player. It’s not like he can comment on the possibility — that’s tampering — although I’ve heard him asked in a couple of interview situations. Until free agency starts though, such ideas are going to be bounced around.
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