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  • Sam Bradford's Market Value Contract

    Posted Mar 17, 2018

    There has been a rush in the past few days to equate the release of safety Tyrann Mathieu with the signing of quarterback Sam Bradford, but they are separate entities. While there is always sticker shock on the deals quarterbacks receive, that position is far and away the most important in the NFL, and teams must pay a premium because arm talent is scarce. If Bradford receives the reported maximum amount of $20 million in 2018, he will be the highest-paid player on the Cardinals -- but in the context of quarterbacks, it’s not an egregious amount.

  • Cap Space A Multi-Year Proposition

    Posted Mar 8, 2018

    While the Cardinals are projected to have less cap space than many other teams in free agency, it doesn’t mean they have to sit on their hands if there are players they want to pursue.

  • How Arizona Products Fared At The Combine

    Posted Mar 6, 2018

    Ten Arizona products headed to the NFL Scouting combine looking to improve their draft stock, and for the most part they seemed to do a good job.

  • John Brown’s Intriguing Free Agency

    Posted Feb 28, 2018

    The Cardinals have a host of players scheduled to hit free agency in a couple weeks, and the most intriguing of the lot is John Brown.

  • A Look At The Cardinals’ Secondary

    Posted Feb 22, 2018

    The secondary has long been one of the Cardinals’ strongest position groups, so it’s no coincidence new defensive backs coach David Merritt, Sr. was a popular man when the media chatted with the defensive assistants on Wednesday. While Merritt is still evaluating the players on the roster, he did give insight into some of his thinking on a variety of subjects.

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