While the Cardinals have no desire to worry about the future yet -- there is some business to take care of today and hopefully, beyond -- they have signed a trio of players to "futures" contracts. I had heard rumblings of the signings, although there's enough other news to push off any announcements. Futures deals mean the guys will be there heading into the offseason: running back Justin Green, quarterback Tyler Palko and punter Waylon Prather. All of them have spent at least some time in the NFL (Green played for the Ravens in 2005). Palko played with Larry Fitzgerald in college and is close with Fitz; Palko took part in off-season workouts with Fitz and other Cardinals away from the team facility in 2008.
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Larry Fitzgerald's Role At Wide Receiver
Cardinals star learning outside responsibilities in addition to the slot under OC Mike McCoy
Haason Reddick And Budda Baker Settle In
Second-year defenders looking forward to full offseason of work
Pay No Attention To Power Rankings
Too much can change to put any stock into current projections
Quantifying Cardinals' 2017 Injury Woes
Offense had worst accumulation of injuries in NFL last season, per Football Outsiders
Sam Bradford's Market Value Contract
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.
Cap Space A Multi-Year Proposition
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
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
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.