Veteran cornerback Bashaud Breeland was one of the first free agents signed back in March. He signed a three-year, $24 million contract with the Panthers -- only to have the deal voided when he came in for his physical and he had a foot infection suffered while on vacation. Since then, Breeland, who played last year in Washington, has been trying to get healthy.
He's apparently OK now, because he reportedly is making visits again, and the Cardinals are on his list. Rob Demovsky of ESPN said Breeland is supposed to visit the Colts today and the Cards Thursday. The order in which a player makes his visits is always crucial, because the first team has a chance to never let him leave. Then again, it will be interesting to see what the market is monetarily for Breeland. Can he get another three-year deal like he did originally (with about $11 million guaranteed?) This is the time of year when it's always about expectations: The expectations of the player and what he can earn, and the expectations of what a team thinks it can get a player for, especially when the free agent has made it to mid-May.
Certainly, the Cardinals have been looking at what they can do at their second cornerback opposite Patrick Peterson. "We are looking for someone to step up on the other side of Patrick -- whether it is Brandon (Williams), whether it is Lou Young, whether it is BenÃ© Benwikere, whether it is (rookie Chris Campbell," coach Steve Wilks said Tuesday. Maybe that someone comes from the outside.