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2012 NFL Offseason: Arizona Cardinals

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Arizona Cardinals (Last Year: 8-8)

2012 NFL Season Preview:

Veteran Additions:
G Adam Snyder, DE/OLB Quentin Groves, CB William Gay, S James Sanders.
Early Draft Picks:
WR Michael Floyd, CB Jamell Fleming, OT Bobby Massie, G Senio Kelemete.
Offseason Losses:
OT Brandon Keith, G Rex Hadnot, CB Richard Marshall.

2012 Arizona Cardinals Offense:
The Cardinals better find themselves a quarterback soon, or they'll risk wasting Larry Fitzgerald's career away with countless mediocre passers struggling to get the ball to him downfield. Fitzgerald, now three years removed from being paired with Kurt Warner, somehow managed to accumulate 80 catches for 1,411 yards and eight touchdowns in 2011.

Arizona has two quarterbacks vying for the starting gig. Neither is very good, but one has the potential to be - and it's not Kevin Kolb, who is way too skittish in the pocket. John Skelton is raw, but has a big arm and underrated scrambling ability. Entering just his third season at only 24 years old, Skelton should be able to beat Kolb in training camp competition if given a fair shot. He was much better than Kolb last year, both in terms of record (6-2 compared to Kolb's 2-6) and statistics when targeting Fitzgerald. Compare the two:

With Kolb (8 games): 38 catches, 658 yards, 2 TDs.
With Skelton (8 games): 42 catches, 753 yards, 6 TDs.

Throw in Kolb's dubious concussion history, and Skelton is the better man for the job. Arizona fans just better hope that Ken Wisenhunt doesn't allow financial implications to play a role in the competition because Kolb makes way more money than Skelton, thanks to the 6-year, $65 million contract he signed last July.

Skelton's one flaw last year was that he locked on to Fitzgerald too often. That's not a surprise, given that Fitzgerald was Skelton's only viable target. Opposing defenses were constantly use bracket coverage on the future Hall-of-Fame wideout, which is part of the reason why he begged Arizona's front office to use the No. 13 pick on Michael Floyd. The Notre Dame receiver is very physically gifted and should be able to contribute instantly.

Arizona had a choice between Floyd and the top offensive lineman available with the 13th-overall selection. It was a tough choice because the Cardinals' blocking has been atrocious in recent years. Left tackle Levi Brown has never lived up to his potential; he surrendered 11 sacks in 2011, though he played better toward the end of the season (only one sack allowed after Week 12). Arizona wasn't completely sold though, opting to cut him and then re-sign him at a much cheaper price.

It gets even worse on the other side. The Cardinals will be hoping that fourth-round rookie Bobby Massie will be able to supplant the pedestrian Jeremy Bridges at that spot. Mel Kiper mocked Massie at the end of the first round this past April, so it's not out of the question that Massie could step in and produce relatively well, but it's still a long shot considering how inexperienced he is.

Luckily, the interior of Arizona's front line is much better. Center Lyle Sendlein and left guard Daryn Colledge are both quality blockers. They'll be joined by newly acquired Adam Snyder. The former 49er did a decent job stepping in for an ineffective Chilo Rachal last year.

Snyder, whose strength is run blocking, will help open up lanes for Chris Wells and Ryan Williams. The former is a very talented runner, but can't seem to stay healthy. Williams, a second-round pick from the 2011 NFL Draft, is coming off knee surgery himself, but the fact that Arizona's front office didn't obtain a running back this offseason means that they're encouraged by his recovery.





2012 Arizona Cardinals Defense:
The public marvels about how terrific San Francisco's defense is, and rightfully so, but Arizona's stop unit was very impressive last year, especially in December. The Cardinals were second in pass defense (Eagles) in the final four weeks of the season, maintaining a sterling YPA of 5.80. Their run defense was just mediocre (15th), but they made up for it by registering 18 sacks in the final five games.

The difference was that Arizona's two, young rush linebackers stepped up. Sam Acho and O'Brien Schofield, in their first and second seasons, respectively, had seven of those sacks in that span. Both figure to improve, though the Cardinals should be concerned about that depth in that area. If either one suffers an injury or regresses, there won't be any sort of backup plan; 35-year-old Clark Haggans was recently re-signed to be the top backup.

Fortunately for Arizona, it can get tons of pressure on opposing quarterbacks elsewhere. That would be up front with Calais Campbell and Darnell Dockett. Campbell is arguably the top five-technique in football. He has no weaknesses; he's a ferocious pass-rusher, he blocks kicks, and he can even drop into coverage pretty well. And he'll be 25 until Sept. 1. Campbell and Dockett figure to one again terrorize signal-callers, making things easier for the two rush linebackers.

The Cardinals' secondary has to love how much pressure the front seven can generate. They're a talented bunch themselves; cornerback Patrick Peterson, chosen with the No. 5 overall selection in the 2011 NFL Draft, struggled early on last year, but finished his rookie campaign on a very strong note. He and strong safety Adrian Wilson combine for a formidable duo. Wilson struggled with nagging injuries in 2010, but bounced back to Pro Bowl form last season.

Elsewhere in the defensive backfield, Richard Marshall took over for a struggling A.J. Jefferson at corner opposite Peterson in 2011. Marshall was fantastic; opposing quarterbacks completed just 51.9 percent of their passes when targeting him. Jefferson is now the starter with Marshall in Miami. Greg Toler, who is coming off a torn ACL, will compete for the job. And speaking of defensive backs returning from injuries, free safety Kerry Rhodes started in seven games last year because of a foot injury.

Nose tackle Dan Williams is another player whose 2011 campaign was derailed by an injury. He broke his arm last season, but the good news is that he has reportedly stayed in great shape this spring. His work ethic has always been in question, so it's nice to see that he's taking his career seriously.

A healthy Williams will make life easier for the inside linebackers. Not that Daryl Washington needs much assistance because he happens to be one of the top players at his position. Unfortunately, the Cardinals don't have anyone worthy of starting next to him. Paris Lenon is washed up, while Stewart Bradley was a major bust as a high-priced signing last summer. Perhaps Arizona's best shot is 2011 sixth-rounder Quan Sturdivant, who unfortunately, did not get any playing time last year.





2012 Arizona Cardinals Schedule and Intangibles:
Something that was apparent during Arizona's postseason run in 2008 was the homefield advantage the team unceremoniously established. Including the playoffs, the Cardinals are 23-12 as hosts the past four years. They were a solid 6-2 in 2011.

As mentioned, Patrick Peterson improved as a corner down the stretch. He qualified for the Pro Bowl, however, because he was the most dynamic return specialist in the NFL. He scored on a whopping four punt returns, maintaining a prolific average of 15.9 yards per attempt.

Jay Feely nailed 24-of-27 attempts in 2010, but was less impressive last year, connecting on just 19-of-24 tries.

Punter Dave Zastudil is pretty decent at his craft. He maintained a 45.2 average with 24-of-87 kicks inside the 20.

The Cardinals have a pretty even schedule. Tough opponents include the Patriots, Eagles, Bills, Packers, Bears, Lions, Falcons and 49ers twice. The easier foes are the Dolphins, Vikings, Jets, Seahawks twice and Rams twice.



2012 Arizona Cardinals Positional Rankings (1-5 stars):

Quarterbacks
Offensive Line
Secondary
Running Backs
Defensive Line
Special Teams
Receivers
Linebackers
Coaching


2012 Arizona Cardinals Analysis: No one seemed to notice, but the Cardinals finished unbelievably strong last season. They went 7-2 in their final nine contests, with one of the losses coming at Cincinnati, where a receiver tripped over his own two feet and lost a chance to score the tying touchdown.

That late-season surge will carry over into 2012. Arizona has an outstanding defense, a couple of dynamic offensive play-makers, an improved offensive line and a young quarterback in John Skelton who showed signs in December that he can be a solid starter. Considering the issues the 49ers have (really high expectations, a taxing schedule, trouble-makers in the locker room), it shouldn't surprise anyone if the Cardinals steal the NFC West this year.

Projection: 9-7 (1st in NFC West)


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slick b-rad 04-27-2013 11:01 pm xxx.xxx.xxx6.58 (total posts: 1)
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Wow, I'm impressed with this draft. In the NFC West, the Cardinals will still be the caboose, but they won't be an easy out. I disagree with D grade on Cooper. He's an instant starter on any NFL O-line, and they didn't move up to get him. Why is it a bad idea to draft a starting lineman, regardless of position, when the current line is slightly better than a turnstyle? I'd go with a C+ simply because of tradition. Based on need, character, and proven skills, this should be an A.

The LSU boys and Okafor were decent picks. Minter is clearly the best of the bunch, and will be a great MLB for a decade. Mathieu is a risky pick. At least he won't have the high media market that could get him into trouble. I agree that he will benefit from PP and Fitz leadership. Boom or Bust. Okafor didn't help himself at all during the Senior Bowl. He was very ineffective against the top tackle prospects outside of the top 10. Not a good sign, especially in the NFC West.

Taylor and Ellington were great value picks and will contribute immediately. Starting RBs are easy to find in late rounds, and the Cards nailed it. Mendenhall and Williams are on notice.

Swope is one of the most underrated WRs in this draft! He is a fantastic slot-type receiver that could help in the return game as well should PP not be available. Very fast, great route runner, and strong hands. He will benefit greatly with Fitz and Floyd on the outside. Palmer has the best WR options of any team in the NFC West.
beefcake 04-27-2013 07:54 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.124 (total posts: 1)
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acho was traded
Elijah 04-27-2013 07:28 pm xxx.xxx.xxx0.79 (total posts: 2)
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Yes I know everyone feels AZ really missed out not taking an OT...but Levi Brown is servicable if not what you want, and more importantly both the OT's they took last year (Massie and Potter) showed enough progress the second half of the season that it makes a lot of sense to give them a chance to continue to grow before giving up on 2nd year players. RG on the other hand they had less than no one in Adam Snyder and Chilo Rachael.
Kingslayer 04-27-2013 07:24 pm xxx.xxx.xxx8.10 (total posts: 1)
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Even though they didn't address their biggest need at OT Arizona had one of the best drafts this year. I understand your feelings on taking a guard that early but it's a safe pick that instantly upgrades their interior o-line. Minter should start beside Washington from day one, Matheu is an ideal nickel CB who'll create massive turnovers, Okafor should make an impact in the rotation, and Swope may be the biggest steal of the draft. He's a perfect slot receiver for them. His ability to be tough inside in traffic is something theyve lacked at WR since Boldin left and will contrast well with their more vertical/deep threats in Fitz and Floyd. I wouldn't be surprised either if Stepfan Taylor becomes their leading rusher.
Jason Cards Fan 04-27-2013 07:22 pm xxx.xxx.xxx7.35 (total posts: 2)
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I don't get many of these grades. The first four picks for the Cardinals are all players with potential first round grades. Mathieu is obviously a risk with off the field concerns but the Cooper, Minter, and Okafor picks were all solid. This draft could turn out to be similar to the Fitzgerald, Dansby, and Dockett draft from a few years ago which is exactly what the Cardinals need.
Saints fan 04-27-2013 07:00 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.205 (total posts: 1)
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Walt is so wrong about guards!!!!as a GM I'd either go by BPA or BNP(best need player).
AZHusker 04-27-2013 05:15 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.251 (total posts: 2)
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Love the picks of Taylor and Ellington. Mendenhall has a one-year contract and Williams cannot stay healthy. Also, the LaRod Stephens-Howling was singed by the Steelers yesterday.

Taylor and Ellington could be the tandem for next year. Great picks !!!
rimrunner 04-27-2013 11:22 am xxx.xxx.xxx7.69 (total posts: 1)
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I really liked this site until today makes wonder the qualifications of the so called leaders of this site to give cooper a D grade but then to turn around an give the Geno Smith draft an A grade up people are idiots unbelievable
Bolt fan 04-27-2013 02:11 am xxx.xxx.xxx30.2 (total posts: 1)
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I like this draft for the Cards. As for finding guards "anywhere" making the selection of Cooper stupid, Tom Brady was what the 6th round? Guess that means there is no need to take a QB in early rounds either. Kurt Warner was undrafted so maybe its a waste to even spend a late round on a QB.
Nick 04-27-2013 01:19 am xxx.xxx.xxx.251 (total posts: 3)
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The Cardinals 3rd round pick of Tyrann Mathieu is one of those high risk/high reward picks. The guy is a very good football player. He has be given a second chance at football. I feel like Patrick Peterson will really help him a lot, and so will Larry Fitzgerald. That said, the jury will be out on this pick for a couple of years. He's a first round talent without a doubt. I believe he will play free safety with Arizona when all is said, and done. His rookie year, depending on how he does in camp/off the field/preseason, he should get some playing time. I could see him playing free safety, and/or nickel back on passing downs. In the open field, he's a beast. The Cardinals HC BA said after the pick that he will use him, and PP21 together on punt returns. I think this could end up being a steal for Arizona given his talent, it just really depends on how bad he wants to be successful.
Nick 04-27-2013 01:14 am xxx.xxx.xxx.251 (total posts: 3)
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The pick of Kevin Minter was a great pick. Minter was the guy they wanted heading into the 2nd round, per AZ Cardinals insider Mike Jurecki. They were able to trade back 7 spots, add a 4th round pick, and still get the guy they wanted. Minter was rated by some people as the best ILB available in the draft. Many mocks had him going in the first round. Cause of the run on OL in the first round, they were able to pick up Minter #45 overall. He's a very solid pick, and could end up starting in 2013. Given Arizona runs a 3-4 defense, two MLBs are on the field a majority of the game. Given DWash will miss the first 4 games, Minter will be given every chance to start. This to me is an A+ grade, given they wanted him, traded down, and still got him. Ontop of that fact, he was graded as a first round talent.
Nick 04-27-2013 01:09 am xxx.xxx.xxx.251 (total posts: 3)
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I'm confused as to why anyone would give the Cardinals a low grade for picking Jonathan Cooper. Cooper was one of the top players available in the draft. I believe he was in the top 4 on the Cardinals draft board. Heading into the draft, I was thinking if the Cardinals would get any of the following 4 I would be happy: Jordan, Johnson, Cooper, Mingo. They were able to get Cooper. He's the #1 rated OG available in the 2013 draft. He's a day one starter in this league. What's wrong with the pick? This is a GREAT pick for Arizona. He fills a huge void in the OL. The Cardinals have OTs in Brown, and Massie. They have a Center in Lyle, and a very good OG in DC. Now the OL is complete. They also have very good depth cause of injuries in 2012, they have Potter (OG/OT) on the bench, who had to start in 2012, and Sydner (C/G/OT). That's a pretty damn solid OL.
Ok 04-27-2013 12:49 am xxx.xxx.xxx.139 (total posts: 1)
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BTS99, you must not know too much about Mathieu. Tackling and physical play is one of the best things the kid does on the field. His best game at LSU was when he played free safety vs Arkansas. And tackling is one of the best things he brings to the table. So you might need to recheck some things.
Bo4356 04-27-2013 12:20 am xxx.xxx.xxx2.75 (total posts: 1)
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Last time I checked when u play a 3-4, 2 ILB are required. It woul be 3-3 otherwise. He replaces Paris and can hopefully step on for d.wash right away for the 1st 4 games at least
BTS99 04-26-2013 11:32 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.133 (total posts: 4)
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Mathieu playing free safety??? Last i checked he wasn't known as a very good tackler, but ok.

Minter is a solid draft pick, but having 2 middle linebackers is more of a luxury, not a necessity. i feel like they had bigger holes to fill. But nothing wrong with taking the best player available.





2012 NFL Draft Grade: A-

Goals Entering the 2012 NFL Draft: Upgrading the quarterback position is out of the question because the Cardinals just paid Kevin Kolb's $7 million option bonus. They'll have to bolster his offensive line and receiving corps instead. A pass-rusher is also needed across from Sam Acho.

2012 NFL Draft Accomplishments: Larry Fitzgerald wanted Michael Floyd, so opponents wouldn't be able to constantly use bracket coverage on him. The front office made his wish come true. I'd say it's always a great idea to listen to your superstar, but Fitzgerald also pleaded for Kolb.

Still, Floyd should be a great addition to Arizona's roster. He projects as a fantastic No. 2 wideout, and he should be able to post big numbers once the Cardinals upgrade the quarterback position.

The Cardinals spent later picks to fix the offensive line. Bobby Massie was an absolute steal in Round 4. Senio Kelemete also provided good value in the next round. Nate Potter, the team's final selection, has the potential to start.

I really liked Arizona's draft overall. The only issue I have is that the front office didn't obtain a much-needed pass-rusher.



2012 NFL Draft Individual Grades:

13. Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame: A- Grade
The minus is because the Cardinals didn't secure some protection for injury-prone Kevin Kolb, but Michael Floyd is a really good pick. Arizona needed someone to prevent the opposition from using bracket coverage on Larry Fitzgerald. This is the guy Fitzgerald wanted, so who am I to argue?

80. Jamell Fleming, CB, Oklahoma: B Grade
Jamell Fleming fits the range and fills a need, as Arizona had to find cornerback depth. This is a solid selection.

112. Bobby Massie, OT, Ole Miss: A+ Grade
How the hell did Bobby Massie fall to No. 112? Some thought he could sneak into the bottom of the first round. If you told the Cardinals going into the 2012 NFL Draft that they could land both Michael Floyd and Massie, they would have jumped for joy.

151. Senio Kelemete, G, Washington: B+ Grade
Another much-needed possible upgrade to the offensive line. Senio Kelemete fits the blocking scheme really well. Round 5 is the right spot for him.

177. Justin Bethel, S, Presbyterian: B+ Grade
Justin Bethel was No. 180 on the consensus board, so this is the exact range for him. The pick makes sense in that Arizona had very little safety depth entering this weekend.

185. Ryan Lindley, QB, San Diego State: A+ Grade
I really like this pick. Ryan Lindley is a favorite of Bill Polian and Ron Jaworski. He could have gone in Rounds 3 or 4, so he's a steal at this spot. The Cardinals missed out on Peyton Manning and Kevin Kolb is injury-prone, so adding some competition at quarterback was imperative.

221. Nate Potter, OT/G: A Grade
I love the three selections the Cardinals made to improve their offensive line on Saturday. Nate Potter was a Round 4-5 prospect, and Arizona will love his versatility to play three positions up front.



Season Summary:
This was not what the Cardinals had in mind when they traded a second-round pick and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie for Kevin Kolb. Kolb completed 57.7 percent of his passes, tossed just one more touchdown (9) than amount of interceptions (8), and battled through concussions all year. He was also outplayed by John Skelton, who has a knack for winning in the clutch.




Offseason Moves:
  • Cardinals re-sign DE/DT Vonnie Holliday
  • Cardinals re-sign DE/OLB Clark Haggans
  • Cardinals re-sign S Rashad Johnson
  • Cardinals re-sign RB/KR LaRod Stephens-Howling
  • Seahawks sign G Deuce Lutui
  • Cardinals sign S James Sanders
  • Cardinals release QB Max Hall
  • Cardinals re-sign P Dave Zastudil
  • Cardinals re-sign CB Greg Toler
  • Cardinals re-sign ILB Reggie Walker
  • Cardinals sign CB William Gay
  • Cardinals re-sign K Jay Feely
  • Ravens sign S Sean Considine
  • Cardinals re-sign OT D'Anthony Batiste
  • Cardinals re-sign WR Early Doucet
  • Cardinals cut G Rex Hadnot
  • Cardinals cut WR Chansi Stuckey
  • Cardinals re-sign OT Levi Brown
  • Dolphins sign CB Richard Marshall
  • Cardinals sign G/OT Adam Snyder
  • Cardinals cut OT Levi Brown


    Offseason Needs:
    1. Two Offensive Tackles: Levi Brown was cut, so the Cardinals will have to bolster both tackle positions. Jonathan Martin will be an option at No. 13 this April because Arizona must protect its investment in Kevin Kolb (or Peyton Manning). Re-signed Levi Brown; drafted Bobby Massie

    2. Wide Receiver: Defenses often use bracket coverage on Larry Fitzgerald because he's the only threat on the field. Andre Roberts came on late, but the Cardinals may want to use the No. 13 pick in the 2012 NFL Draft on Michael Floyd or Alshon Jeffery. Drafted Michael Floyd

    3. Inside Linebacker: Stewart Bradley was a colossal free-agent bust, and he will be cut if it makes sense financially. That's why I currently have Luke Kuechly going to the Cardinals in my 2012 NFL Mock Draft.

    4. Defensive End Depth: Calais Campbell is a free agent who will need to be brought back. Arizona could also use depth in this area. Franchised Calais Campbell

    5. Rush Linebacker: The Cardinals need to bring in a pass-rusher to challenge O'Brien Schofield for the right to start across from Sam Acho, who had a solid rookie campaign.

    6. Right Guard: Rex Hadnot was OK early on, but really struggled down the stretch. He can definitely be upgraded. Signed Adam Snyder; drafted Senio Kelemete

    7. Cornerback Depth: Like most teams, Arizona could use corner depth. A.J. Jefferson was torched often in 2011. Signed William Gay; re-signed Greg Toler; drafted Jamell Fleming

    8. Quarterback: I'm listing a quarterback here, but unless the Cardinals can trade up for Robert Griffin, acquire Peyton Manning or blackmail Kurt Warner into returning, they'll have to go with John Skelton and Kolb again.

    9. Backup Nose Tackle: The Cardinals cannot have a sieve like Nick Eason playing again in the event that Dan Williams goes down.

    10. Kicker and Punter: Both special-teamers, Jay Feely and Dave Zastudil, are free agents. Re-signed Jay Feely and Dave Zastudil







    2012 NFL Free Agent Signings:
    1. William Gay, CB, Steelers. Age: 27.
      Signed with Cardinals

      William Gay (not that there's anything wrong with that) was inserting (or inserted) into the starting lineup in late September and did a decent job. He has really struggled in the past, however, and the 30-yard touchdown he surrendered to Eddie Royal in the playoff loss was not a good sign.

    2. Adam Snyder, G, 49ers. Age: 30. -- Signed with Cardinals (5 years)
    3. Quentin Groves, DE/OLB, Raiders. Age: 28. -- Signed with Cardinals
    4. James Sanders, SS, Falcons. Age: 28. -- Signed with Cardinals



    Arizona Cardinals Free Agents:

    Salary Cap: TBA.
    1. Calais Campbell, DE/DT, Cardinals. Age: 26.
      Re-signed with Cardinals (5 years, $55 million; $31 million guaranteed)

      You could argue that aside from Justin Smith, Calais Campbell is the best 3-4 defensive end in all of football. Campbell has no weaknesses; he's a ferocious pass-rusher, he blocks kicks, and he can even drop into coverage pretty well. And he'll be 25 until Sept. 1.

    2. Richard Marshall, CB, Cardinals. Age: 27.
      Signed with Dolphins (3 years, $16 million; $6 million guaranteed)

      Richard Marshall played pretty well at corner in the second half of the year. He was also effective in stepping in for an injured Kerry Rhodes at free safety.

    3. Dave Zastudil, P, Cardinals. Age: 33.
      Re-signed with Cardinals (2 years)

      Dave Zastudil had a pretty good year, maintaining a 45.2 average with 24-of-87 attempts inside the 20.

    4. Greg Toler (RFA), CB, Cardinals. Age: 27.
      Re-signed with Cardinals (1 year, $1.26 million)

      Greg Toler played well in 2010, but missed all of last year with a torn ACL.

    5. Jay Feely, K, Cardinals. Age: 36.
      Re-signed with Cardinals (2 years)

      Jay Feely just had his worst year as a pro, going 19-of-24 on attempts. He had two misses from inside the 40.

    6. Levi Brown, OT, Cardinals. Age: 28.
      Re-signed with Cardinals (5 years)

      Levi Brown has played poorly throughout most of his Cardinal career, though he did perform better toward the end of the 2011 season, perhaps knowing that he'd be a free agent this spring.

    7. LaRod Stephens-Howling (RFA), RB/KR, Cardinals. Age: 25. -- Re-signed with Cardinals (1 year, $1.927 million)
    8. Brandon Keith, OT, Cardinals. Age: 27.
    9. Early Doucet, WR, Cardinals. Age: 26. -- Re-signed with Cardinals (2 years)
    10. Rashad Johnson (RFA), FS, Cardinals. Age: 26. -- Re-signed with Cardinals (1 year, $1.26 million)
    11. Rex Hadnot, G, Cardinals. Age: 30. -- Signed with Chargers
    12. Clark Haggans, DE/OLB, Cardinals. Age: 35. -- Re-signed with Cardinals
    13. Vonnie Holliday, DE/DT, Cardinals. Age: 36. -- Re-signed with Cardinals
    14. Reggie Walker (RFA), ILB, Cardinals. Age: 25. -- Re-signed with Cardinals (2 years)
    15. Joey Porter, DE/OLB, Cardinals. Age: 35.
    16. Pork Chop Womack, G, Cardinals. Age: 33.
    17. Deuce Lutui, G, Cardinals. Age: 29. -- Signed with Seahawks
    18. Chester Taylor, RB, Cardinals. Age: 32.
    19. D'Anthony Batiste, OT, Cardinals. Age: 30. -- Re-signed with Cardinals
    20. Hamza Abdullah, S, Cardinals. Age: 29.
    21. Sean Considine, S, Cardinals. Age: 29. -- Signed with Ravens
    22. Chansi Stuckey, WR, Cardinals. Age: 28.
    23. Max Hall, QB, Cardinals. Age: 26.


    2012 NFL Free Agent Rankings Coming Soon



    Divisional Rival History:
    San Francisco 49ers: The 49ers get up for these games; they've taken six of the past eight in this rivalry.
    Seattle Seahawks: Arizona won six of seven prior to the 2010 season. Kurt Warner's absence hurt, as the Seahawks have won three of the past four this series.
    St. Louis Rams: Arizona has won 11 of the past 13 matchups in this series.



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