Another position the Arizona Cardinals could try and upgrade in free agency is at tight end. With Jermaine Gresham a free agent and the rest of the players on the roster currently is still pretty inexperienced, a veteran tight end might just be what the Cardinals want.
There are conflicting reports, but Arizona could be interested in tight end Zach Miller -- not the former Arizona State product who played for the Raiders and Seahawks. John Gambadoro reported the Cardinals would like to take a look at tight end Zach Miller, who played for the Bears last season.
However, Kent Somers refutes the report, saying he has been told the Cardinals have no interest in him.
Miller is 31 and was drafted in the sixth round in 2009 by the Jaguars. He played from 2009-2011. He did not appear in another game until last season, when he played in 15, starting 14 for the Bears. He caught 34 passes for 439 yards and five touchdowns.
He is 6-5 and 240 pounds -- the size Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians likes his tight ends.
Is he worth a look?