The Arizona Cardinals added another player to the list of those returning from the 2015 team, as running back Chris Johnson comes back. They introduced Evan Mathis. Jermaine Gresham and Steve Keim spoke on the radio.
Here are stories you can catch up on this morning before you head off to work (or while you are at work).
Cardinals Blogs | Agent issue puts Campbell contract on hold
As of now, the Cardinals have not broached that subject with Campbell. They might not. But they couldn’t even if they wanted to.
Veteran guard recruited in part by longtime friend Adrian Wilson
Running back agrees to new one-year contract
After a slow start to the offseason, the Cardinals believe they upgraded two positions over the past two days.
Thanks to GM Steve Keim, the Cardinals have shored up all their weaknesses.
With the addition of both Evan Mathis and Chandler Jones, the Cardinals gain valuable playoff-winning experience from two Super Bowl winners.
Former Patriots defensive end Chandler Jones took to Twitter on Thursday night to welcome Chris Long to New England.
Chris Johnson signed a one-year deal to remain with the Cardinals, though his role probably will change due to the emergence of David Johnson.
Evan Mathis thinks his contract with the Cardinals is a big joke
Evan Mathis and his family live in Scottsdale, Ariz., so why doesn’t he come and play for the Cardinals after winning a Super Bowl?
On Thursday, the Arizona Cardinals announced that Chris Johnson is no longer a free agent – a day after he traveled to Miami to meet with the Dolphins. He’s returning to the team for one more season.
"I don’t believe in the word pressure at all," Jones said. "You can call it pressure, but it’s a job. Every player has a job to do. He brought me here to rush the passer, and that’s exactly what I’m going to do. I’m excited to get after these quarterbacks. It should be fun to watch."
No one would have been surprised had Jermaine Gresham chosen to leave Arizona for another team.
Steve Keim took a few shots at the media for spreading "misinformation" and dished a little info on some offensive lineman in April's draft.
Mike Tomlin's Steelers have an indomitable will in the face of injuries, suspensions and other adversity on the football field.
The league will tweak the rules on chop blocks and horse collars and institute an automatic ejection for players who get two personal fouls in single game, but no changes are coming on how to determine whether or not a player caught a football.
Reports surfaced this week about what Chip Kelly's Eagles were willing to give up damn near everything in order to trade up in the 2015 NFL Draft to get Marcus Mariota.The Titans probably should have taken the Eagles' offer for Marcus Mariota - SBNation.com
Reports surfaced this week about what Chip Kelly's Eagles were willing to give up damn near everything in order to trade up in the 2015 NFL Draft to get Marcus Mariota.