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Arizona Cardinals news 3/1: Adrian Wilson a scout, free agency previews

Cardinals and NFL news to start the day.

Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

The NFL Combine is over. Free agency begins in a week. Let us get ready for the fun.


Adrian Wilson Chooses The Scouting Life
Former Cardinals safety and Ring of Honor member moves into team's front office

Free Agency Primer 2016: Running Backs
David Johnson will be workhorse, but depth addition still a possibility

Arizona Cardinals meet with Arizona State's D.J. Foster at NFL combine - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
The Cardinals, who haven't passed up shorter WRs the last couple drafts, spoke with Arizona State's D.J. Foster at the NFL combine.

Cardinals see potential in CFL sack master Tristan Okpalaugo - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
The Cardinals have looked north to shore up their pass rush by signing former Toronto Argonauts linebacker Tristan Okpalaugo.


2016 NFL mock draft: Did the Combine change the 1st round? -
No players exploded into the first round after working out in Indianapolis, but we do have some clarity in the direction teams are taking.

Rich Eisen runs a 5.94 40-yard dash at the 2016 NFL Combine -
After a disappointing 6.10 time in the 40-yard dash in 2015, Eisen bounced back with a better time at the 2016 NFL Combine.

Washington is rolling the dice if Kirk Cousins gets transition tag -
Washington is reportedly leaning toward giving Kirk Cousins the transition tag, which would be very risky.

There are 10 wide receivers slower than Iowa's kicker at the NFL Combine -
Iowa players aren't generally fast, and kickers aren't generally fast, but Iowa's kicker is faster than your quarterback and maybe your running back too.

Aaron Rodgers should win best supporting photobomber at the Oscars -
Best supporting photobomber material right here.

The NFL Combine got NSFW when a player's penis came out during the 40-yard dash -
Rough day at the office.

Bengals' Mohamed Sanu popped the question in the middle of the League Cup final -
She said yes!

Tom Brady, Patriots reportedly agree on 2-year contract extension -
Brady will remain with the team he's won four Super Bowls with until 2019.