I made it back from the forest, had a great time with the family, getting ready to leave tomorrow to head back to my internship, but that doesn't mean that the Arizona Cardinals news is lacking.
Hope you enjoy your Saturday and here is all the news you need to start your weekend.
Frostee Rucker Returning To Cardinals
Veteran defensive lineman inks one-year deal to remain with team.
Breaking down Phil Dawson's 2-year contract with Arizona Cardinals - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
A closer look at the two-year deal signed by 42-year-old kicker Phil Dawson with Arizona, which could be worth up to $6 million.
ESPN's Clayton: Cardinals losses in free agency outweigh the additions
ESPN's John Clayton gave some of his opinions on the players the Cardinals lost and gained in NFL free agency.
Cardinals to bring back veteran DL Frostee Rucker
According to Arizona Sports 98.7 FM's John Gambadoro, defensive lineman Frostee Rucker will sign a one-year contract with the Cardinals on Friday.
Eric Weddle, Cardinals' offer led to Tony Jefferson joining Ravens
Tony Jefferson said Eric Weddle's recruitment and the Arizona Cardinals' low offer led to him signing with the Baltimore Ravens.
Frostee Rucker returns to Cardinals on 1-year deal | Cards Wire
The veteran comes back and will be an important leader in the locker room for a young and talented defensive line.
Could Clemson RB Wayne Gallman be a fit for the Cardinals? | Cards Wire
The Cardinals are seeking a pass-catching back to back up David Johnson. Perhaps Clemson's Gallman could fill that role.
Cardinals have ‘good presence’ at Clemson pro day, but no Steve Keim, Bruce Arians | Cards Wire
They reportedly send multiple representatives, but neither Steve Keim nor Bruce Arians were seen in attendance.
Playing time, opportunity led Alex Okafor to sign with Saints | Cards Wire
The linebacker, once a starter, wants to play more.
Chandler Jones ‘sure’ Tyrann Mathieu will have ‘phenomenal year’ | Cards Wire
After a disappointing 2016, Jones believes Mathieu will be the Honey Badger once again.