Drew Butler Stays With Cardinals
Team extends punter before he reaches restricted free agency
Cardinals Blogs | A line in the sand with free agent money
The Cardinals, as Keim sees it, have created a lot of reasons for a player to want to come to Arizona. The facilities are top notch. The weather is good. Oh, and the team is winning. Oftentimes, overpaying a player in free agency doesn’t work out anyway — so the Cards, for the most part, avoid it. Something to keep in mind this time of year.
azcentral sports brings you an inside look at Arizona Cardinals football and the NFL, including stories, features, player and game stats, photos, videos, Kent Somers and Bob McManamThe Jets announced on Monday that they had released cornerback Cromartie, just one year into a four-year deal he signed last March.
The Arizona Cardinals signed punter Drew Butler to a new deal after the veteran averaged 42.9 yards per punt last season.
T.J. Green believes his game is similar to that of Chiefs safety Eric Berry, and says that he believes he can play in any system.
If an athlete is so averse to participating in the combine in the nude, you have to wonder what they are trying to conceal.
With the NFL Scouting Combine starting this week, we're about to get overloaded with information on where players stand in the draft. How will that change where players fall?
Alex Mack will likely become the highest-paid center ever when he hits the open market.
Let's figure out what actually matters for various players and position groups at the 2016 NFL Scouting Combine.
Draft prospects will be poked, prodded, measured, medically evaluated, tested and interviewed before finally hitting the football field to show off their athleticism.
Cromartie had zero interceptions last season despite starting 15 of 16 games.