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Cardinals trim their roster to 53; Find out who made the cut

The Arizona Cardinals are still making their roster cuts, but here are the guys that have already been released. WR Dan Buckner, LB Marcus Benard, DT Isaac Sopoaga, OL John Estes, S Curtis Taylor, CB Bryan McCann, RB Jalen Parmele, S Anthony Walters. The post Cardinals trim their roster to 53; Find out who made the cut appeared first on NFL Draft Diamonds.
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Harrison not signing with Cardinals, will retire

UPDATE: Harrison has deiced to retire, the LB announced on Facebook... Former Pittsburgh Steelers linerbacker and current free agent James Harrison, 36, is still a man without a team. A deal with the Arizona Cardinal seemed likely ont he table, but it doesn't appear that going to happen. Harrison's agent Bill Parise, told ESPN’s Adam Schefter that his client '...
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James Harrison not expected to sign for Cardinals, per agent

The Arizona Cardinals invited former Pittsburgh Steeler and Cincinnati Bengal outside linebacker James Harrison for a visit on Wednesday.  The five-time Pro Bowler was expected to be for depth if an offer was made and signed. However, according to Harrison’s agent via ESPN Insider Adam Schefter, he’s not expected to sign with the team. James Harrison’s agent, Bill Parise,...
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LB James Harrison Not Expected To Sign With Cardinals

Former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison is not expected to sign with the Arizona Cardinals after visiting with them on Friday, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. James Harrison's agent, Bill Parise, said as well as his client's visit went with Cardinals, he is not expected to sign there. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 29, […] LB James Harrison Not...
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Cardinals Cut DT Isaac Sopoaga

  Rand Getlin reports that the Cardinals have released veteran DT Isaac Sopoaga as they begin the process of trimming their roster to 53 players. Sopoaga, 32, was released by the Patriots back in March and has found no reported interest as a free agent. He signed with the Cardinals a little over a week ago and there was some talk that he could win a roster spot, but it appears...
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Cardinals began their cuts; Several veterans getting axed

The Arizona Cardinals have began making roster cuts. Linebacker Marcus Benard and Isaac Sopoaga are the first players to be informed of their release.  Rand Getlin @Rand_Getlin · 2m The #Cardinals have waived LB Marcus Benard, per a league source. Rand Getlin @Rand_Getlin · now The #Cardinals have waived DT Isaac Sopoaga, per a league source. Had a $1M guaranteed contract...
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Friday web roundup: Arizona Cardinals

Cardinals lackluster in 12-9 exhibition loss ► Arizona Cardinals' projected roster ► Examining the Arizona Cardinals' roster... Arizona Cardinals season preview: Defensive blues ► After several years at the bottom of offensive line metrics, the Cardinals finally found... NFL 2014: Cardinals loaded with optimism but questions remain ► A 10-win season is usually...
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Arizona Cardinals 2014 Preseason: Cardinals vs Chargers recap

Kevin Minter tried to bring down Branden Oliver. (Mandatory Credit: The Arizona Cardinals closed out their 2014 preseason with a 9-12 loss, and a 1-3 record. Possibly the most important game for many of the third sting players, some shined, while others fell short. You can expect many of the cuts tomorrow morning, with some of the harder decisions later that night...
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Cardinals Injury Update: Darnell Dockett surgery 'went great'

The Arizona Cardinals are going to be without one of their leaders on the field this season. Darnell Dockett tore his acl and has successful surgery this week. It'll be a tough blow to a team that looks to be on the rise.  #460978205 / gettyimages.comCoach Arians said that the surgery "went great." Obviously that's a good sign for the Cardinals, if you're...
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Cardinals rumors: A Deal in the Desert? James Harrison to Arizona

It looks like a possible deal in the desert between the Arizona Cardinals and free agent linebacker James Harrison. After a Wednesday visit,'s Marc Sessler via Ian Rappaport is reporting that Harrison could be making strides to join a Cardinals defense that desperately needs the help:Rapoport reports that Harrison is taking a physical Thursday as part of his visit,...
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Arizona Cardinals DB Patrick Peterson Must Be Out of His Freaking Mind

Arizona Cardinals defensive back Patrick Peterson is one of--if not the--best in the NFL today. The Cardinals organization certainly thinks so since they signed him to a massive contract during the off-season and paid him like he's the best. He's a great player, from what is available online a great guy, but the man is out of his damn mind.@TigerDroppingsWhy? Because the...
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Arizona Cardinals Strengthen Pass Rush, Depth On Defense

The Arizona Cardinals are coming off an impressive 10-6 campaign in 2013 and look to do bigger and better things on offense in 2014. The club has also done a nice job of upgrading the secondary over the offseason with the addition of first round rookie safety Deone Bucannon and veteran cornerback Antonio Cromartie. But the team as a whole seems to be headed for regression this...
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Cardinals Mailbag: Who’s getting cut next?

This week’s question is a big one and a very relevant one. Who do you think gets cut to get down to the final 53-man roster? –Steve in Surprise That’s the question on everyone’s mind as the Cardinals need to give 22 more men their walking papers to get to the limit. Tomorrow’s game with San Diego will decide the fate for most of these players so let’s go position-by-position...
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Cardinals will try to host another former Steeler today; James Harrison in town

The last time the Arizona Cardinals attempted to host a Pittsburgh Steeler the Steelers quickly made a phone call to offer Brett Keisel a contract.  Keisel accepted the offer, and now another Steeler will get his chance.  James Harrison played for the Bengals last year and is a very solid outside linebacker.  The problem is […] The post Cardinals will try to host another former...
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Twitter Tuesday: Jay Feely says goodbye

Kicker Jay Feely was cut yesterday after five season with the Arizona Cardinals. The 13-year veteran begins his search for a new job this morning and he took to Twitter last night to say goodbye to the organization. It’s been an honor to play for the @AZCardinals Michael Bidwill, thank you for your leadership and friendship. AZ will still be home! — Jay Feely (@jayfeely) August...
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