Well, free agency is here. No one can sign any deals or technically negotiate them, but teams can talk to agents. Before things get crazy around here, here are the big Cardinals and NFL stories going on.
Free Agency Primer 2016: Safety
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Starters returning, but upgrades still possible if Cardinals find right fit
Westerman, Perkins, Wright among those with Arizona ties who attended combine
Peyton Manning did the expected. He is retiring from the NFL after his walk-off Super Bowl win last month. (He isn’t officially announcing it until Monday, but everyone — including the Denver Broncos — are congratulating him on his career today, so ..)
The Cardinals' top priorities when free agency opens Wednesday center on beefing up their pass rush.
ESPN NFL insider John Clayton believes free agent defensive end Mario Williams would be better off signing somewhere other than Arizona.
To fill their biggest need, the Arizona Cardinals should draft Oklahoma State defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah, says ESPN Insider's Andrew Healy.
With his 40th birthday approaching, Manning will hang it up after a record-setting career.
These accomplishments are beyond comprehension.
All 32 NFL teams could find an upgrade somewhere in free agency.
With Manning under center these last four years instead of Andrew Luck, the Colts might have a better banner to hang up than an "AFC Finalist" pennant.
Christian Westerman led all NFL Combine participants in the bench press before his teammate, Vi Teofilo, crushed his mark on Friday.
The NFL's suffocating popularity especially manifests itself in the offseason, when the league remains at the top of the news cycle even though no games are being played.
The Atlanta Falcons violated the NFL's anti-discrimination policy during an interview with the Ohio State cornerback at the combine last month.
The recently released Roddy White had a rocky relationship with Falcons offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan.
The defensive tackle had a massive cap number of $28.6 million before the Dolphins re-worked his contract.