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Room To Improve For Jermaine Gresham
Veteran tight end took less money to return to Cardinals, expects big 2016
Cardinals Blogs | Campbell gets an agent, and the cap
Recently, defensive tackle Calais Campbell noted he was searching for a new agent. Campbell has one now, according to the NFLPA, choosing power broker Tom Condon.
Arizona Cardinals defensive tackle Calais Campbell moves on from his old agent and hires new agent Tom Condon, according to the NFLPA.
Campbell is entering the last year of a five-year contract extension worth $55 million. He is due to make $9.5 million in salary this year, and his cap figure is $15.25 million for 2016.
The NFL’s veteran combine seemed like a pretty good idea when it was announced. We hear all the time about players who are bagging groceries or something before signing with an NFL team and becoming a revelation, and the veteran combine was an opportunity for those guys to showcase themselves for the whole league at once.
Amazon's new series "All Or Nothing" couldn't come at a more appropriate time for its featured subjects, the Arizona Cardinals.
The Arizona Cardinals will take a closer look at one of this draft's linebackers, as they will reportedly work out Houston's Elandon Roberts.
Hue Jackson hadn't spoken to Griffin since 2012 until the Browns signed him last week. Now, their NFL futures are inextricably linked.
He can catch, he can separate himself from defenders ... what else could an NFL team possibly ask of their wide receiver? Stephen White breaks down the TCU product who could surprise a lot of people in the draft this year.
If your team can't use a powerful quarterback with a championship ring and tons of endearing personality, our team will happily welcome him.
Sherman's takedown of the league's new personal foul policy is the latest criticism he's levied against the NFL.
Carson Wentz's and Paxton Lynch's alma maters shouldn't be reasons not to draft them.
Two No. 1 seeds fell, but two remain in our semifinals.
After years of being thrown around in college, he should go somewhere with room to run, a nice tire swing and an electric fence to keep all linebackers out.
Los Angeles gets a Janoris Jenkins replacement in the SB Nation NFL writers mock draft.
Oakland gets some protection for Derek Carr in the first round of the SB Nation NFL writers mock draft.