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Revised UFA Wish List

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What do you think is most responsible to the Cardinals’ slow productivity in free agency?

This poll is closed

  • 20%
    Bidwill’s frugality
    (142 votes)
  • 4%
    Ossenfort’s inexperience
    (33 votes)
  • 20%
    The uncertainty surrounding Kyler Murray and all the drama associated with it
    (143 votes)
  • 17%
    The Cardinals poor ranking in the NFLPA report
    (122 votes)
  • 7%
    Low cap space
    (53 votes)
  • 27%
    Monti has a plan and is sticking to it
    (189 votes)
682 votes total Vote Now

In my opinion, and I will expound more on this when Kyle and I tape the next Red Rain podcast on Monday, the Cardinals should be extremely active in free agency. The NFC is wide open. There are opportunities that can be taken full advantage of.

My original UFA “Wish” list for the Cardinals was this:


  • QB Jacoby Brissett —- WAS —-1 year $8M
  • G Ben Powers —- DEN —- 4 years $51.5M
  • C Garrett Bradbury —-MIN —- 3 years $15,75M
  • RB Alexander Mattison —- MIN —-2 years $7M
  • DE Zach Allen —- DEN —- 3 years $45.75M
  • DT Dalvin Tomlinson —- CLE —- 4 years $57M
  • DE Demarcus Walker —- CHI —-3 years $21M
  • CB Isaiah Oliver —- SF —- details unknown as of yet

Seeing as the Cardinals likely would have had to up the ante on these contracts to have a chance of making the deals (and maybe MO did raise the ante on a couple of these, but the player was more interested in the other team) —- it’s difficult to justify overpaying for any of these players. What do you think?


Which UFAs would you have offered more money to, to try to sign?

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  • 11%
    Jacoby Brissett (1/$8m)
    (65 votes)
  • 2%
    Ben Powers (4/$51M)
    (17 votes)
  • 24%
    Garrett Bradbury (3/$15.75M)
    (144 votes)
  • 2%
    Alexander Mattison (2/$7M)
    (13 votes)
  • 13%
    Zach Allen (3/$45.75M)
    (78 votes)
  • 1%
    Dalvin Tomlinson (4/$57M)
    (10 votes)
  • 1%
    Demarcus Walker (3/$21M)
    (6 votes)
  • 5%
    Isaiah Oliver (guessing 2/$7M)
    (31 votes)
  • 38%
    None of the above
    (225 votes)
589 votes total Vote Now


  • G Will Hernandez —- ARI —- 2 years $9M
  • LB Kyzir White —- ARI —- 2 years $11M

Still Available:

  • WR DJ Chark
  • NT Greg Gaines
  • CB Rock Ya-Sin
  • S Duron Harmon

Revised UFA Wish List:

  • QB Joshua Dobbs (TEN)—- played last year for Drew Petzing and knows the offense
  • RB Damien Harris (NE) —- career to date: 2,094 (4.7) rushing, 281 (7.0) receiving
  • WR DJ Chark —-we could take full advantage of his size and speed
  • TE Irv Smith (MIN) —- injuries have prevented him thus far from excelling
  • C Corey Levin (TEN) —- filled in well for Ben Jones (IR - 2 concussions) grading 68.3.
  • G Isaac Seumalo (PHI) —- would be a huge addition to pair with Will Hernandez at guard
  • T Isaiah Wynn (NE) —- RTOF? Versatile and talented.
  • DE Justin Houston (BAL) —- 12 sacks last year, PFF grade of 71.1, at age 34 ($5.5M projection per
  • DT Shelby Harris (SEA) —-74.8 PFF grade last season at age 31
  • DT A’Shawn Robinson —- at 28 he could play the best football of his career, big/strong Bama big boy
  • DT Ndamukong Suh (PHI) —- played well in JG’s scheme
  • DT Poonah Ford (SEA) —- plays with superb leverage, kid’s a baller
  • NT Greg Gaines (LAR) —- love his quick feet
  • CB Rock Ya-Sin (LV) —- best press CB in FA
  • CB Sean Murphy-Bunting (TB) —- 71.8 PFF grade, 74.5 in coverage, a budding star
  • S Chauncey Gardner-Johnson —- absolutely thrives in JG’s defense, worth the $$$
  • S John Johnson III (CLE) —- 13 career interceptions at FS, classic centerfielder
  • S Duron Harmon (LV) —- one of the best cover deep safeties for years



Do you want the Cardinals to be aggressive in free agency?

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  • 36%
    Yes, don’t take anything for granted
    (203 votes)
  • 53%
    No, I’m fine with a full rebuild and tank job
    (299 votes)
  • 10%
    No, I want that 4th round comp pick for Allen
    (61 votes)
563 votes total Vote Now

How did you vote in the polls, and why? Which UFAs appeal the most to you?