Taco Charlton disliked his 40 time at the NFL combine, but he improved at Michigan's pro day. He has met with or will meet with several NFL teams.
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Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer
I'm told that Cardinals inside linebackers coach Larry Foote was putting Paul Magloire through position drills at Arizona's pro day today. He ran an unofficial 4.55 in the 40, 25 reps on the bench, 9'11" on the broad jump.
They started off as golfing buddies, but Cardinals All-Pro CB Patrick Peterson has become Travis Kreiter's sponsor as he strives for his PGA Tour card.
It's time to start molding a successor to Carson Palmer at QB, and Arizona is in a sneaky spot to grab one at No. 13.
Just because Patrick Peterson can afford luxury cars, like the Rolls Royce he drives to work, doesn't take away his passion for the vintage models.
Arizona lost a host of players in free agency, including Calais Campbell and Tony Jefferson, and eschewed nearly $70 million in guaranteed contracts, leading a rival NFL executive to wonder if this is the start of a free fall.
Mike Sando ESPN Senior Writer
Gruden often shows the college prospects clips of Carson Palmer holding the ball securely with two hands in the pocket. That is one point of emphasis with Patrick Mahomes at QB Camp today.
Phil Dawson has a simple explanation for his sudden decline in touchbacks: He was asked to do it just four times last season.
After being plagued with injuries for most of 2016, defensive tackle Frostee Rucker has re-signed with the Arizona Cardinals on a one-year deal.
A closer look at the two-year deal signed by 42-year-old kicker Phil Dawson with Arizona, which could be worth up to $6 million.
Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer
Alex Okafor's deal with the Saints is one year, $2 million, with up to $1 million in escalators based on sacks and playing time. His salary-cap cost is $2 million. That's good value for a 26-year-old pass rusher with untapped potential.
Now that the dust has settled on the first week of NFL free agency, which team has improved the most and which has taken the biggest step back?
The Cardinals have signed four free agents and re-signed three of their own, but no move was bigger than the signing of a 42-year-old kicker.
A closer look at the two-year contract signed by veteran offensive lineman A.Q. Shipley, who started 16 games for the Cardinals last season.
Our latest mock draft has the Cardinals drafting a cornerback with the No. 13 pick, filling the defensive void left by three free-agent departures.
Few teams have been hit as hard in this free-agent period as the Cardinals, who've already seen six players walk out the door. That includes five defenders, and a sixth could join them soon.
A closer look at the one-year contract, which could be worth $2 million, signed by veteran linebacker Karlos Dansby with the Cardinals.
Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer
Today's Cardinals free agency recap … Arrivals: LB Jarvis Jones (Steelers) Departures: LB Alex Okafor (Saints)
Jarvis Jones could end up serving in a backup role, but his addition adds depth and helps fill the pass-rushing void left by Alex Okafor.
The Cardinals have reached a deal with former Steelers linebacker Jarvis Jones, the team announced.
Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer
The Saints have kicked off Week 2 of free agency by addressing their two biggest needs. A source confirmed they agreed to terms with former Cardinals pass rusher Alex Okafor. And Sean Payton told the Associated Press that Patriots restricted free agent cornerback Malcolm Butler is coming in for a visit Thursday (which could lead to a potential trade). Okafor, 26, has been a rotational pass rusher with the Cardinals, but a good one who could be an upgrade over the guys New Orleans has been rotating in that spot. The 6-4, 261-pounder had 3.5 sacks last year and 13.5 over the past three years.
The Saints have found the pass-rusher they were looking for in free agency, agreeing to terms with former Cardinals outside linebacker Alex Okafor.
Former Steelers first-round pick Jarvis Jones could provide depth for the Cardinals' linebackers behind starters Chandler Jones and Markus Golden.
A closer look at pass-rusher Chandler Jones' five-year contract with the Cardinals, which is worth $82.5 million with $53 million guaranteed.