The NFL opened up their tampering period on Tuesday at 10am in Arizona. What that means is that they can negotiate with free agents, but nothing can become official until Thursday at 2pm Arizona time.
Unless that something is re-signing your own players, like Jermaine Gresham, or bringing guys back on tenders like Zac Dysert and John Wetzel.
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With teams now actively chasing down free agents, longtime Cardinals pass rusher Calais Campbell is drawing interest from an unexpected club in the AFC, the Jaguars, per Ian Rapoport.
What free agent would be more valuable to the Broncos: Calais Campbell or Kevin Zeitler?
Last year, the Cardinals let safety Rashad Johnson walk away via free agency. This year, safety Tony Jefferson is closing in on following Johnson out the door. It's hardly a surprise, given the money the Cardinals already have invested in safety Tyrann Mathieu and cornerback Patrick Peterson.
The Browns are linked to two top safeties.
The Chicago Bears could have interest in Arizona Cardinals free safety D.J. Swearinger, who could be cheaper alternative to Tony Jefferson.
Arizona Cardinals are close to a five year extension with Chandler Jones per Ian Rapoport:
Sources: The #AZCardinals and franchised tagged pass-rusher Chandler Jones are finalizing a 5-year extension. Going to be large.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 8, 2017
Update on Tony Jefferson finally cashing in: