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Keep it tuned here to see free agency unfold.

Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

We will have articles posting all the time as we get news and rumors, but we will also keep track of all the NFL free agent info that pertains to the Arizona Cardinals right here. Come back often.

March 13:

The Cardinals lose out on Brian Orakpo. The pass rusher will join the Titans on a four-year, $32 million contract.

March 12:

Longtime starting center and three-time team captain Lyle Sendlein is released by the Cardinals, saving more than $3 million in salary cap space.

Arizona loses cornerback Antonio Cromartiewho gets a four-year deal with the Jets.

Cardinals free agent target Brian Orakpo is still in Tennessee and might not make it to AZ.

We have contract numbers for three of the Cardinals' free agent signings -- Redding, Weatherspoon and Peters.

March 11:

Former starting RG Paul Fanaika is reportedly about to join the Chiefs on a three-year contract.

Arizona announces the two-year deal for Redding and also announce the signing of offensive lineman A.Q Shipley to a two-year deal.

Dan Williams leaves a kind goodbye, while Mike Iupati and Sean Weatherspoon both sign their contracts.

Arizona reportedly adds 12-year veteran defensive lineman Cory Redding on a two-year contract worth up to $6 million.

The Cards announce the re-signing of long snapper Mike Leach, who has the second-longest active consecutive games played streak.

The Cardinals announce their deals with Iupati, Weatherspoon and Peters.

The deal for Dan Williams in Oakland is going to be for more than $6 million per year and $15 million guaranteed.

The Cardinals reportedly lose nose tackle Dan Williams to the Oakland Raiders. The Cards did not try hard to keep him.

March 10:

Cornerback Antonio Cromartie is expected to decide between the Cardinals, Jets and Cowboys as his new team.

12-year veteran defensive end Cory Redding, who played the last three years for the Coltsis set to visit the Cardinals Wednesday.

The contract information for Mike Iupati are being reported: five years for $40 million and $22.5 million guaranteed.

The Cardinals announce the signing of OLB LaMarr Woodley to a one-year contract.

The Cardinals are expected to bring in Broncos linebacker Nate Irving for a visit.

Despite rumors to the contrary, the Cardinals are not interested in running back DeMarco Murray.

March 9:

The Cardinals are expected to land DT Corey Peters, former Atlanta Falcon, to a three-year, $10.5 million deal.

Guard Mike Iupati is telling people he will sign with the Arizona Cardinals.

Alameda Ta'amu, previously left untendered as a restricted free agent, was re-signed to a one-year contract.

Stephen Paea, who reportedly was a target of the Arizona Cardinals, will sign with the Washington Redskins.

Looking at another outside linebacker, the Cardinals are one of five teams reportedly pursuing Texans free agent and former Arizona Wildcat Brooks Reed.

Former Cardinals receiver and returner Ted Ginn will rejoin the Carolina Panthers, where he played before coming to Arizona last offseason.

Arizona loses out on linebacker Pernell McPheewho reportedly will sign with the Chicago Bears on an five-year deal worth nearly $40 million.

Free agent defensive end Jarvis Jenkins expects the Cardinals to come after him in free agency.

March 8:

Former Falcons linebacker Sean Weatherspoon will sign a one-year deal with the Cardinals.

The Cardinals are reportedly clearing cap space to 'make a run' at Adrian Peterson.

Veteran pass rusher Trent Cole is in Cleveland and is headed to Indy, but has real interest from the Cardinals.

The Cards could be looking at another linebacker with an injury history and have interest in pass rusher Brian Orakpo.

March 7:

Looking to perhaps replace Dan Williams, the Cardinals are one of three teams in the mix for former Bears DT Stephen Paea.

The Cardinals reportedly are looking to Pernell McPhee to replace Darnell Dockett.

Looking to upgrade the interior offensive line, the Cardinals are expected to go after Stefen Wisniewski and A.Q. Shipley.

Sean Weatherspoon is reportedly "leaning towards" signing with the Cardinals.

Arizona to pursue linebackers Sean Weatherspoon and Nate Irving to upgrade the inside linebacker position.

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March 6:

The Cardinals will not offer qualifying tenders to restricted free agents Ryan Lindley and Alameda Ta'amu.

Quarterback Carson Palmer reportedly officially restructures his contract, freeing up more than $7 million in salary cap space.