The Cardinals turned to a familiar face to help bolster their defensive line depth, re-signing defensive tackle Rodney Gunter to a one-year deal Monday.
Gunter, going into his fifth season, had been a free agent. He reportedly had a recent visit in Green Bay with the Packers.
A pair of exclusive rights free agents – offensive lineman Jeremy Vujnovich and tight end Darrell Daniels – also signed their one-year tender offers Monday as the Cardinals had the first day of their voluntary offseason program.
The Cardinals also signed a pair of offensive linemen from the Alliance of America Football: Andrew Lauderdale of the Arizona Hotshots and Jeremiah Poutasi of the Salt Lake Stallions.
Gunter is coming off his best season, totaling 4½ sacks, 48 tackles and a pair of forced fumbles. He re-joins a line that still has anchor nose tackle Corey Peters, free-agent signee Darius Philon – who played for the Chargers last season – and Robert Nkemdiche, who is rehabbing from an ACL tear.