There still is not a of news surrounding the Arizona Cardinals in free agency, but there are comp picks. The league's free agent signings are also beginning to slow down, too. Check out the latest info.
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The initial wave of free agency is over, and the big money — for the most part — is gone. Now it’s a game of musical chairs, as the free agents left try to get in with teams that still have spots to fill. What money they can get, regardless of what is still a lot of cap space around the league, is to be debated. This is the area in which Cardinals GM Steve Keim thrives.
Team gets extra fifth-round choice after net results of 2015 free agency
Take a deep breath, Cardinals fans. Just because Arizona GM Steve Keim didn't rush to sign a big-name defender doesn't mean the world is ending.
Damond Powell, the Cardinals undrafted wide receiver who was shot last summer a week before his rookie training camp began, was released Thursday.
The Cardinals are bringing in veteran cornerback Leon Hall for a free-agent interview on Monday.
"It’s awesome (being here)," Stanton said. "I think with the hardship they’ve had to deal with, (and) to make a positive out of it, and make this a bigger and better playground, it speaks volumes about not only about the community that rallied behind them, but also the Cardinals involvement."
"I didn’t want to leave (the Cardinals)," Stanton said. "I wanted to see what else was out there. This was far and away the best situation for me."
The Arizona Cardinals' signing of Kurt Warner in 2005 was rated as one of the top 20 free-agent signings in NFL history.
Cleveland used a first-round pick on the Heisman-winning quarterback in 2014, but has decided to part ways with Manziel.
Hiring the Butt Fumble Man is not necessarily the death knell for Denver.
There haven't been any contracts as massive as the one DeMarco Murray signed last spring, but teams are surprisingly interested in veteran running backs on the free agent market this year.
The Raiders have made a huge splash in free agency.
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The 32-year-old found a new home after three seasons in Miami.
Iloka is excited to be back in Cincinnati and his plans over the next five years include Super Bowls, that's right, plural. "I'm obviously happy to be back, Iloka told us, " I already love it."
Prince Amukamara was an above-average starter for the Giants, but struggled to stay healthy in the last two seasons.