The Arizona Cardinals and the rest of the NFL world is in Indianapolis for the NFL Combine. We learn a couple of things, as Chris Johnson reveals he wants to come back and the team wants him to. There is going to be more money added to the salary cap, so that it fun. Enjoy your morning stories on a lovely Wednesday.
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Chris Johnson leaning toward returning to Cardinals in 2016
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Cardinals Blogs | Chris Johnson wants to be a Cardinal
Among the free-agents-to-be for the Cardinals is veteran running back Chris Johnson. Johnson said right after the season he thinks he can fit in a backfield with starter David Johnson. Now, he believes he can make something work with the Cards knowing there probably isn’t going to be any huge contract available.
Former Alabama star Reggie Ragland said he needs to get better at lining up the defense as he heads to this week's NFL combine.
The salary cap is going up, way up, again, and a lot of bad teams have a lot of money to spend. It's going to be a busy spring in the NFL.
Either the Oakland Raiders were very bad on this play, or they're pawns of the Illuminati. Which is it?
The Bengals linebacker is suspended for the first three games of the 2016 season for his dirty hit on Antonio Brown.
40 percent of that will now be handed back to the players, an amount which will boost the salary cap by around $1.5 million.
Cap casualties are players who are released because the savings that come with the move are more valuable to the team than that player's contributions on the field.
Taylor was a first-round pick by the Browns back in 2011.