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2018 Schedule
3-13, 4th in NFC West

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cardinals signed DL Darius Philon to a two-year deal and exclusive rights free agent tight end Ricky Seals-Jones to a one year deal on Thursday.

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Cardinals add to defensive line, sign Philon

Free-agent DT Darius Philon, a former sixth-round pick who worked himself into a starting role with the Chargers and had four sacks last season, has signed a two-year deal with the Cardinals.

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Source: Cards, with No. 1 pick, meet with Murray

Former Oklahoma QB Kyler Murray, who is expected to be the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft, is meeting with Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury and GM Steve Keim, a source told ESPN.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

As free agency enters Week 2 today, the Cardinals have been busy, signing nine players and trading for another. Here's a recap of the Cardinals' moves. They traded for OL Marcus Gilbert, and signed LB Terrell Suggs, QB Brett Hundley, LB Jordan Hicks, WR Kevin White, OL Max Garcia, G J.R. Sweezy, TE Charles Clay, LB Brooks Reed and CB Robert Alford.

Stephen A. defends Murray's draft position against Lewis (0:58)

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cardinals signed WR Kevin White to a one-year contract and announced the signings of JR Sweezy and Jordan Hicks.

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Cards' Suggs rejected 'handsome' Ravens offer

Veteran linebacker Terrell Suggs said Thursday afternoon that he turned down a "handsome" offer from the Baltimore Ravens and decided at the last minute to sign with the Arizona Cardinals, his hometown team.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Details of Jordan Hicks' four-year deal with the Cardinals, per ESPN Stats & Information. Overall value: $12 million signing bonus. $20 million guaranteed. $8.5 million average per year. 2019: $2 million base salary fully guaranteed at signing. $1 million roster bonus comprised of $31,250 per game he's on the 53-man roster and another $31,250 per game he's active. Cap: $5.75 million 2020: $6 million base salary with $3 million fully guaranteed at signing. Other $3 million guaranteed for injury and becomes guaranteed on third day of 2020 league year. $1 million roster bonus comprised of $31,250 per game he's on the 53-man roster and another $31,250 per game he's active. Cap: $10 million 2021: $5 million base salary. $1 million roster bonus comprised of $31,250 per game he's on the 53-man roster and another $31,250 per game he's active. Cap: $9 million 2022: $6 million base salary. $1 million roster bonus comprised of $31,250 per game he's on the 53-man roster and another $31,250 per game he's active. Cap: $9 million

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Details of Brett Hundley's one-year deal with the Cardinals, per ESPN Stats & Information. Base salary: $1.125 million. $150,000 was fully guaranteed at signing. Signing bonus: $600,000 Roster bonus: $150,000 Total guarantee: $750,000 Bonuses: $50,000 roster bonus if Hundley is on the 53-man roster for any game. He'll receive an additional $6,250 per game he's active on game day. He also has up to $1 million in not-likely-to-be-earned bonuses linked to playing time.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

What's intriguing about the Cardinals likely signing Brett Hundley this week, is his relationship with Josh Rosen. During the 2017 Cactus Bowl in Arizona, Rosen, then at UCLA, said Hundley was a "great mentor." The two talked a "great amount," Rosen said, so the Cardinals adding a familiar face and someone Rosen is comfortable with could be a sign they're leaning toward keeping Rosen for 2019 and wanted to surround him with people who could help his progress.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

By agreeing to a two-year deal with left guard J.R. Sweezy, the Cardinals completed their starting offensive line for 2019. Sweezy, who replaces Mike Iupati, will play alongside LT D.J. Humphries, C Mason Cole, RG Justin Pugh and RT Marcus Gilbert, who Arizona traded for on Friday. A.Q. Shipley will return in 2019 from an ACL injury and will battle Cole for the starting center job.

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Source: Bucannon reunites with Arians in Tampa

New Bucs safety Deone Bucannon had offers to go elsewhere, but wanted to return to Bruce Arians, Todd Bowles and Larry Foote, the "coaches who believed in him and made him the original 'Moneybacker.'"

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Source tells me Deone Bucannon has agreed to terms with the Bucs. One-year deal. Bucannon has offers from other teams, but it was really wanted to return to the "coaching staff that believed in him" — Bruce Arians, Todd Bowles and Larry Foote. He will be playing linebacker in Tampa although he could serve as a defensive back in subpackages. Given the loss of Kwon Alexander and the uncertain future of Kendell Beckwith, the Bucs filled a big need.

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Source: Suggs gets 1-year deal from Cardinals

Outside linebacker Terrell Suggs is leaving the Ravens for a one-year, $7 million deal with the Cardinals, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

John Pluym ESPN 

Former Baltimore Ravens DE Terrell Suggs, who is expected to sign with the Arizona Cardinals, had 132.5 sacks in his Ravens career, tied with Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor for the third-most by any player with a single franchise, trailing only Bruce Smith (171) with the Bills and Michael Strahan (141.5) with the Giants since sacks became official in 1982.

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RR: Lakers blame plus Daniel Jeremiah

Russillo on why it's not all LeBron's fault that the Lakers season was a failure, plus the NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah on AB, the draft and front office stories.

Team Stats

Passing Yards157.732nd
Rushing Yards83.932nd
Points For14.132nd
Points Against26.626th

2019 Draft Picks

RD(PK)PLAYERPOSSCHOOL
1(1)
2(1)
3(1)
4(1)
5(1)
6(1)
6(6)
7(34)
7(35)
7(40)