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2016 Schedule
7-8-1, 2nd in NFC West
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3dPro Football Focus

Cardinals should sign Martellus Bennett

The free-spirited veteran would provide the kind of no-nonsense blocking that Arizona sorely needed from its tight ends last season.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Cardinals wide receiver Michael Floyd pled guilty to a charge of second offense extreme DUI .15-.19 on Thursday while six other charges, including one of extreme DUI equal or greater than .20, were dropped. He was sentenced to 120 days in jail, of which he has to serve 24, more than $5,000 in fines and fees, an alcohol education program and 30 hours of community service. Floyd was arrested on Dec. 12 after he was found unconscious behind the wheel of his running SUV in Scottsdale. His BAC that night was .217.


How much would tag earn Jones?

If Chandler Jones is listed as an outside linebacker, franchise tagging him would cost $15.3 million. As a defensive end, his 2017 payday would increase to $16.99 million.

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5dJosh Weinfuss

Chandler Jones a candidate for franchise tag

In early January, coach Bruce Arians said the Cardinals will franchise Jones if a long-term deal can't be reached. Since then, nothing has changed.

Floyd surprised after being cut by Cardinals? (0:56)
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6dJosh Weinfuss

Bo knows Cardinals running back David Johnson

David Johnson's play this season for the Cardinals turned some heads, perhaps none more notable than former NFL superstar Bo Jackson.

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7dJosh Weinfuss

Swearinger could use a change of scenery

The Cardinals gave D.J. Swearinger a shot at career redemption, and he changed his perception around the league. Now it's time for him to find a team where he can be an every-down safety.

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7dField Yates

Jones is Cards' biggest free-agent decision

From the moment they acquired him from the Patriots last offseason, the Cardinals have made clear their long-term plans for Chandler Jones.

What can Cardinals expect from Palmer next season? (1:18)

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's Cardinals QB Carson Palmer's statement in its entirety. The 37-year-old confirmed he will return for a 15th season in 2017: "My intent was to take some time after the season to get away and see where I was physically and mentally. On both fronts, I can say I'm ready to get back to work and prepare for the 2017 season. This is a phenomenal group with a very special opportunity in front of it. I know how rare that is and I couldn't be more excited to be a part of it."

Team Stats

Passing Yards258.59th
Rushing Yards108.318th
Points For26.16th
Points Against22.614th