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Bird Droppings: Arizona Cardinals making moves in free agency, Terrell Suggs, Jordan Hicks and J.R. Sweezy on way to desert

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Happy Wednesday and happy free agent signing day one and all.

All the talking is over and now pen will be put to paper.

What does that mean for the Arizona Cardinals? We’ll take a look around the web at the Arizona Cardinals to help get you ready.

You've Got Mail: Free Agency Is Here
Topics include that No. 1 pick, free-agent hopes and the offensive line

The possibility of Terrell Suggs in Arizona

Defense should get more help with Jordan Hicks addition

Source - Suggs gets 1-year deal from Cardinals
Outside linebacker Terrell Suggs is leaving the Ravens for a one-year, $7 million deal with the Cardinals, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Source: Ex-Eagles LB Hicks plans to join Cards
Former Eagles linebacker Jordan Hicks intends to sign a four-year contract with the Cardinals when the new league year begins on Wednesday.

Source: Bucannon reunites with Arians in Tampa
New Bucs safety Deone Bucannon had offers to go elsewhere, but wanted to return to Bruce Arians, Todd Bowles and Larry Foote, the "coaches who believed in him and made him the original 'Moneybacker.'"

Sweezy leaving Seahawks for Cards, sources say
Guard J.R. Sweezy will sign a free-agent deal with the Cardinals, sources confirmed to ESPN's Brady Henderson.

Arizona Cardinals' 2019 free-agent signings: Terrell Suggs gets one-year deal - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
It's certainly not a long-term solution, but adding Suggs gives the Cardinals a veteran leader and solid pass-rusher.

Arizona Cardinals agree to sign FA pass rusher Terrell Suggs
The Arizona Cardinals have agreed to sign free agent pass-rusher Terrell Suggs, according to 98.7 FM Arizona's Sports Station's John Gambadoro.

Report: LB Jordan Hicks to sign 4-year deal with Cardinals
Former Eagles LB Jordan Hicks plans to sign a four-year deal worth as much as $36 million with the Arizona Cardinals, reports NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

Reports: Former Cardinals S Antoine Bethea to sign with Giants
Former Arizona Cardinals safety Antoine Bethea has reportedly agreed to join the Giants, where former Cardinals DC James Bettcher now coaches.

Reports: Free agent LB Deone Bucannon to leave Cardinals for Bucs
Deone Bucannon will leave the Arizona Cardinals in free agency and join Bruce Arians and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, according to multiple reports.

Cardinals plan to sign Seahawks free agent OG J.R. Sweezy to 2-year deal
The Arizona Cardinals made a successful run at Seattle Seahawks free agent guard J.R. Sweezy, reports 98.7 FM Arizona's Sports Station's John Gambadoro.

Reports: QB, Arizona native Brett Hundley to sign with Cardinals
Hundley, 25, spent last season with the Seattle Seahawks and will likely take the role of backup quarterback with the team.

Terrell Suggs signing doesn’t impact top draft pick for Cardinals
They could still take Nick Bosa, Quinnen Williams, Josh Allen or Kyler Murray.

Terrell Suggs gets one-year deal from Cardinals for $7 million
He gets $1 million per sack he had in 2018.

NFL free agency: Jordan Hicks to sign 4-year contract with Cardinals
He had 91 tackles and 3 sacks in 2018.

NFL free agency: Antoine Bethea gets 2-year deal with New York Giants
He led the Cardinals with 121 tackles in 2018.

NFL free agency: Deone Bucannon gets 1-year deal with Buccaneers
He has missed at least three games due to injury for three straight seasons.

NFL free agency: AZ Cardinals to sign OL J.R. Sweezy to 2-year deal
He has started 75 games over the last six seasons.

Cardinals starting offensive line looks set after 2 offseason moves
They had to use 10 different lineups in 2018.

NFL free agency: QB Brett Hundley to sign with Arizona Cardinals
He started nine games for Green Bay in 2017.

Odell Beckham trade sets up 2 potential Giants trades with Cardinals
With two first-round picks, the Giants can either make a trade to acquire Josh Rosen or the No. 1 overall pick.