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Arizona Cardinals news 3/8: Free agent rumors galore

Sunday morning links to the Cardinals and NFL.

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Saturday was a busy day for rumors. The Arizona Cardinals are connected to a number of players. There were some re-signings around the league.

Here are some stories you might have missed.


Free Agency Primer 2015: Linebackers
Cardinals want to add speed to both inside and outside position

Around the NFC West: Salary Cap Edition
A look at the four teams in the NFL's toughest division as free agency approaches

Cardinals Blogs | Early on, FA names start to float
It’s the first day that teams can officially speak to the agents of free-agents-to-be, and as always, there’s plenty of early info floating around about certain players and certain teams. It does not mean anyone is locked in to signing anywhere, and certainly, there is the possibility agents are leaking interest publicly to drive their client’s market price up. With those caveats, the Cardinals were mentioned in a couple places thus far:

Arizona Cardinals Mailbag: Free agency to begin, Part 1 - ESPN

Welcome to #CardsMailbag, a weekly installment that allows you to ask me questions about the Arizona Cardinals throughout the week via Twitter @joshweinfuss. I'll answer them every weekend during the offseason. Make sure to use the hashtag #CardsMailbag.

How Seattle extending Marshawn Lynch contract has impact on Cardinals - ESPN

Just a few thoughts on how Seattle extending the contract of Marshawn Lynch affects the Arizona Cardinals

Arizona Cardinals' unrestricted free agents: Paul Fanaika - ESPN

My look at the Arizona Cardinals' list of unrestricted free agents continues with a young offensive lineman whose career was revived two years ago.

Arizona Cardinals have cap money to spend, but on what?

The Arizona Cardinals have room to spend against the 2015 salary cap. How much exactly?


Randall Cobb signs 4-year, $40 million with Packers, per report -

Free agent wide receiver Randall Cobb will reportedly return to Green Bay, staying with the Packers on a four-year, $40 million contract.

2015 NFL free agents: DeMarco Murray, Mark Ingram top running backs available -

Running backs are being devalued in today's game, but there are still plenty of difference makers on the market.

Saints, Mark Ingram agree to 4-year extension -

Mark Ingram didn't make it to free agency, as he instead agreed to a long-term deal to remain in New Orleans.

2015 NFL free agents: Julius Thomas, Jordan Cameron top tight ends available -

Few positions offer more quality at the top than the tight ends.