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Arizona Cardinals news 2/19: Salary cap, CFL pass rusher, Arians the QB whisperer

Some stories to start the day with.

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It is Friday! Woohoo! We have news of a pass rusher the Cardinals and a couple of other teams want. Plus, Mel Kiper has a new mock out with a new pass rusher for the Cardinals.

Cardinals:

Analyzing The Cardinals' Salary Cap Situation
With so many core players under contract, Cards not expected to be big free agent player

Cardinals Blogs | Cards to take a look at CFL pass rusher
Perhaps most interesting is the teams involved here. The Cards know each situation well. The Jets, of course, are led by former Cards’ defensive coordinator Todd Bowles. And the Seahawks are in an arms race with the Cardinals for NFC West supremacy.

Where Bruce Arians grew his roots as a quarterback whisperer - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN

Bruce Arians has had a magic touch with countless quarterbacks, from college hopeful to NFL Hall of Famer, but he insists he's the lucky one.

Georgia Bulldogs' Jordan Jenkins has NFL size off the edge - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN

In a league always hungry for pass-rushers, Georgia outside linebacker Jordan Jenkins has the explosiveness and athleticism to get scouts' attention.

Cards president Michael Bidwill: 'We are going to get better'

The Arizona Cardinals reached new heights in 2015, but team president Michael Bidwill is confident that this is just the beginning for his franchise.

NFL:

4 quarterbacks who could shape the NFL offseason - SBNation.com

Which quarterbacks will be playing for a new team in 2016?

The Browns will pay an actual dog before they'll pay former stars - SBNation.com

Alumni relations in Cleveland are not well, despite a new Jim Brown statue going up this year.

Jared Allen announced his retirement by actually riding off on a horse - SBNation.com

He tries to ride off into the sunset, but there's no sunset.

Mel Kiper's 2nd 2016 NFL mock draft has Carson Wentz as 1st QB off the board - SBNation.com

Kiper believes the former North Dakota State signal caller will end up in Cleveland.