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Arizona Cardinals

Stadium: University of Phoenix Stadium | Coach: Bruce Arians
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense12th96.2 (23rd)250.1 (11th)
Defense5th84.4 (2nd)233.0 (14th)
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55Abraham, John OLB6-42635/6/197815South Carolina
94Acho, Sam OLB6-32579/6/19884Texas
97Alexander, Lorenzo OLB6-12445/31/19838California
35Bauman, Zach RB5-102007/24/1992RNorthern Arizona
59Benard, Marcus LB6-22607/26/19855Jackson State
28Bethel, Justin CB6-02006/17/19903Presbyterian
59Bishop, Desmond LB6-22447/24/19848California
64Blake, Philip C6-331011/27/19852Baylor
45Brown, Jonathan LB6-12306/22/1992RIllinois
12Brown, John WR5-111794/3/1990RPittsburg State
13Brown, Jaron WR6-22051/8/19902Clemson
36Bucannon, Deone SS6-12118/30/1992RWashington State
81Buckner, Dan WR6-42155/31/19901Arizona
93Campbell, Calais DE6-83009/1/19867Miami (Fla.)
89Carlson, John TE6-52485/12/19847Notre Dame
56Carson, Glenn LB6-323612/5/1990RPenn State
7Catanzaro, Chandler K6-32002/26/1991RClemson
61Cooper, Jonathan G6-23111/19/19902North Carolina
31Cromartie, Antonio CB6-22104/15/19849Florida State
54Demens, Kenny ILB6-12422/4/19901Michigan
20Dwyer, Jonathan RB5-112297/26/19895Georgia Tech
38Ellington, Andre RB5-91992/3/19892Clemson
65Estes, John C6-22933/25/19874Hawaii
74Fanaika, Paul G6-53274/9/19865Arizona State
85Fells, Darren TE6-72814/22/19861California-Irvine
11Fitzgerald, Larry WR6-32188/31/198311Pittsburgh
15Floyd, Michael WR6-222011/27/19893Notre Dame
50Foote, Larry ILB6-12396/12/198013Michigan
75Gaston, Bruce NT6-231011/29/1991RPurdue
19Ginn, Ted WR5-111854/12/19858Ohio State
10Golden, Brittan WR5-111867/20/19882West Texas A&M
80Hardy, Andre TE6-62453/18/19871Cal State-Fullerton
84Housler, Rob TE6-52503/17/19884Florida Atlantic
39Hughes, Robert RB5-112356/21/19892Notre Dame
22Jefferson, Tony FS5-112121/27/19922Oklahoma
26Johnson, Rashad FS5-112041/2/19866Alabama
62Larsen, Ted G6-23056/13/19875North Carolina State
82Leach, Mike LS6-223510/18/197615William & Mary
46Legree, Jimmy DB6-01871/13/1991RSouth Carolina
96Martin, Kareem DE6-62722/19/1992RNorth Carolina
70Massie, Bobby T6-63168/1/19893Mississippi
32Mathieu, Tyrann FS5-91865/13/19922Louisiana State
23McCann, Bryan DB5-111859/29/19875Southern Methodist
51Minter, Kevin LB6-024612/3/19902Louisiana State
87Niklas, Troy TE6-62709/18/1992RNotre Dame
57Okafor, Alex LB6-42612/8/19912Texas
3Palmer, Carson QB6-523512/27/197912USC
69Palmer, Kelvin T6-429010/23/1990RBaylor
34Parmele, Jalen RB5-1122512/30/19854Toledo
21Peterson, Patrick CB6-12197/11/19904Louisiana State
76Potter, Nate T6-52955/16/19883Boise State
83Powell, Walt WR6-018911/23/1991RMurray State
25Powers, Jerraud CB5-101877/19/19876Auburn
98Rucker, Frostee DE6-32809/14/19839USC
63Sendlein, Lyle C6-33083/16/19848Texas
91Shaughnessy, Matt OLB6-52859/23/19866Wisconsin
90Sopoaga, Isaac NT6-23309/4/198111Hawaii
79Sowell, Bradley T6-73156/6/19893Mississippi
5Stanton, Drew QB6-32435/7/19848Michigan State
71Steen, Anthony G6-33105/9/1990RAlabama
72Stinson, Ed DE6-42872/15/1990RAlabama
66Ta'amu, Alameda NT6-33488/23/19903Washington
30Taylor, Stepfan RB5-92166/9/19912Stanford
27Taylor, Curtis DB6-22127/13/19853Louisiana State
6Thomas, Logan QB6-62507/1/1991RVirginia Tech
47Tracy, Adrian LB6-22484/6/19873William & Mary
67Tupou, Christian DT6-23005/7/19892USC
68Veldheer, Jared T6-83216/14/19875Hillsdale
37Walters, Anthony FS6-12079/19/19884Delaware
78Watford, Earl G6-33006/24/19902James Madison
41Whitley, Eddie DB6-019110/26/19891Virginia Tech
92Williams, Dan NT6-33146/1/19875Tennessee
29Williams, Teddy WR6-12077/3/19883Texas-San Antonio
9Zastudil, Dave P6-322010/26/197813Ohio U.
Injured Players
90Dockett, Darnell (IR) DE6-42905/27/198111Florida State
Suspended Players
58Washington, Daryl ILB6-223810/9/19865Texas Christian
Roster Analysis
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Position Listing
Lyle Sendlein
Cardinals center Lyle Sendlein likely will miss three weeks with a calf injury, coach Bruce Arians told reporters.
Darnell Dockett
An MRI has revealed that Cardinals defensive lineman Darnell Dockett has a torn ACL, which will cause him to miss the 2014 season, the team announced.

Dockett will undergo surgery to repair the ACL, and he faces a long road to recovery. Frostee Rucker is the player most likely to slide into Dockett's starting slot, but he could be pushed by 2014 third-round pick Kareem Martin.

Knee - IR. Out for season
Daryl Washington
Cardinals linebacker Daryl Washington has been suspended for the entire 2014 season for violating the league's substance-abuse policy. He was suspended four games last season for violating the same policy. 

"It's completely unacceptable that Daryl has once again put us in this position," Cards general manager Steve Keim said in a statement. "We all know what the consequences are and will deal with them. From a personal standpoint, our hope is that this suspension will give Daryl the opportunity to accept the necessary help and guidance to get his life back on track and we will certainly support him however we can."

Washington had 134 total tackles and nine sacks in 2012 and 75 total hits and three sacks in 12 games last season. 

Suspension - Eligible for reinstatement before 2015 season
Andre Hardy
The Cardinals signed tight ends Brett Brackett and Andre Hardy and guard Christian Johnson to reserve/futures contracts.
Kevin Minter
Cardinals inside linebacker Kevin Minter is dealing with a pectoral injury, and the team might hold him out for the rest of the preseason, reports Fox Sports. Arizona is already thin at the position with the departure of Karlos Dansby and Daryl Washington's suspension.
Pectoral - Questionable for start of season
Dave Zastudil
The Cardinals re-signed punter Dave Zastudil to a two-year contract. He tied for the league lead with 35 punts inside the 20-yard line and averaged 45.7 yards per punt.
Deone Bucannon
The Cardinals signed first-round safety Deone Bucannon to a four-year rookie deal. The Washington State product was the last of Arizona's draft picks to sign his contract.
Jonathan Brown
No Updates
Ted Larsen
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said Monday that there's a "really good chance" offensive lineman Ted Larsen will be the team's starting left guard, reports.

Jonathan Cooper, a first-round pick in 2013, was set to start at the position, but he has remained sidelined with a turf toe injury. General manager Steve Keim called Larsen one of the team's best five linemen in camp thus far. He has been filling in at center with Lyle Sendlein out, but Larsen will likely shift to the left guard position of Sendlein can return to practice as expected this week.

Tony Jefferson
Cardinals linebacker Karlos Dansby, safety Yeremiah Bell and linebacker Dontay Moch were some of the standout players for the defense during a 13-10 win Week 4 at Tampa Bay.

Dansby had a team-high nine tackles -- all solo. Bell totaled seven tackles (four solo, two for loss) and one sack. Moch had two solo tackles, one sack and two quarterback hits. 

Other Cardinals defenders who made an impact Sunday were defensive back Tony Jefferson (seven tackles), linebacker Jasper Brinkley (seven tackles) and safety Tyrann Mathieu (six tackles).

Stepfan Taylor
Although Stepfan Taylor has been running ahead of Jonathan Dwyer in training camp, Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said the running backs are not competing for the backup role behind Andre Ellington. Instead, Arians plans to use each back based on his strengths.

"We have all the confidence in the world in Stepfan and Jonathan," Arians said. "Jonathan had a big, long run (Tuesday) and Stef did an unbelievable job in pass protection. It’s an ongoing thing, and we’ll use them both.

"We won’t really have a two and a three. They’ll have roles and go into games with roles so everybody knows exactly what to expect. And when your number’s called to increase your role, you better be ready."

Chandler Catanzaro
The Cardinals cut kicker Jay Feely and will go with rookie Chandler Catanzaro, reports Pro Football Talk. Catanzaro has not missed any field goals this preseason.
Brittan Golden
The Cardinals received several offensive contributions from a few role players during Sunday's loss to the 49ers in Week 17.

Tight Rob Housler led the way with five grabs for 78 yards on six targets. Stepfan Taylor rushed for seven yards on two carries and had one reception for 7 yards. Jim Dray caught one pass for a gain of 18 yards. Jaron Brown and Brittan Golden were each targeted once but held without a grab in a 23-20 defeat.
Larry Fitzgerald
Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald had another productive showing Sunday night against the Bengals.  

Fitzgerald caught a 43-yard pass from Carson Palmer on the second drive of the night. He then made a leaping 19-yard grab in the second quarter. He caught three of the four passes thrown his way for 71 yards, averaging 23.7 yards per grab.

Anthony Steen
No Updates
Justin Bethel
The NFL unveiled the Pro Bowl rosters for 2014Friday, and they come with a twist; for the first time, selections were made without regard for conference. The teams will be chosen via televised draft Jan. 22.

The special teams selections are as follows:

Punter: Brandon Fields, Dolphins; Johnny Hekker, Rams.

Placekicker: Matt Prater, Broncos; Justin Tucker, Ravens.

Punt returner: Antonio Brown, Steelers; Dexter McCluster, Chiefs.

Special teamer: Justin Bethel, Cardinals; Matthew Slater, Patriots.

Frostee Rucker
The Cardinals have agreed to deals with Frostee Rucker, Jay Feely and Jake Ballard, the official team website reports. Rucker, a defensive lineman, inked a two-year deal while Feely and Ballard landed one-year contracts. 
Tyrann Mathieu
Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu, who tore two knee ligaments last Dec. 8, practiced Wednesday for the first time since the injury, reports the Arizona Republic. He was limited to individual drills, but coach Bruce Arians said he's "amazed" Mathieu has come back so quickly.

Mathieu hopes to graduate to team drills in the next couple days. "There are going to be days where I get sore," Mathieu said. "I'm sure in the middle of a game, I'll get sore, I'll get tight, but I have to push through it. I think it's all about what I tell myself. I try to keep positive thoughts in my mind."

Knee - Questionable for start of season
Alameda Ta'amu
Cardinals linebacker Kevin Minter (pectoral), defensive back Tyrann Mathieu (knee), guard Jonathan Cooper (toe) and nose tackle Alameda Ta'amu (knee) practiced Monday, reports.

Head coach Bruce Arians said that all four injured players would need to play in the preseason finale in order to be available for the team's regular-season opener.

Knee - Questionable for start of season
Zach Bauman
No Updates
Patrick Peterson
The Cardinals announced that they've signed cornerback Patrick Peterson to a five-year extension worth $70 million that includes just over $48 million in guarantees. Peterson announced the deal himself on Twitter. He's now the highest-paid cornerback in the NFL. 

Through three seasons, Peterson has 161 total tackles, 12 interceptions, 42 passes defensed and a pair of fumble recoveries. He also has four punt returns for a touchdown, all coming in his 2011 rookie year.

Most impressive of all, Peterson has not missed a game in his short career. 

John Estes
The Cardinals released tight end Brett Brackett, center John Estes and linebacker Kenny Rowe.
Desmond Bishop
The Cardinals announced Thursday they signed linebacker Desmond Bishop to a one-year contract. Bishop, who played for Green Bay from 2007-12, spent last season with the Vikings, recording five tackles (four solo) in four games.
Matt Shaughnessy
Free agent linebacker Matt Shaughnessy will return to the Cardinals, after spending the 2013 season there. He has agreed to a two-year contract with the Cardinals, according to The Arizona Republic, just one day into free agency.

Shaughnessy put together a solid first season in Arizona, starting 12 of 16 games. He had 36 tackles and three sacks, while forcing one fumble, his first in three seasons. 

Carson Palmer
Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer struggled to move the ball against Cincinnati's first unit Sunday night in preseason play.

Palmer was picked off by Terence Newman in the first quarter. He played the entire first half and was unable to find the end zone. He compiled 92 yards through the air while completing only 9 of 17 passes. He is 18 of 30 for 267 yards with a touchdown and an interception this preseason.
Rob Housler
Cardinals tight end Rob Housler worked with the first-team offense during Saturday's preseason opener against the Texans. Housler caught a 38-yard pass from Carson Palmer during the opening drive of the game. It was his only catch and target of the night. 
Antonio Cromartie
Cardinals cornerback Antonio Cromartie made an impact in his first preseason game against the Texans on Saturday. Cromartie picked off Houston quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick with 2:34 remaining in the first quarter. He finished the game with an interception and a pass defended.
Kelvin Palmer
No Updates
Jonathan Dwyer
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said running back Jonathan Dwyer, who got a goal-line touchdown run Saturday against the Vikings, is "exactly" what the team anticipated when it signed him, reports "Jon can bounce it outside; he has deceptive speed for a big man," Arians said.

Dwyer is competing with Stepfan Taylor for opportunities behind starter Andre Ellington.

Kareem Martin
The Cardinals and defensive tackle Kareem Martin have agreed to terms, a source told ESPN. Martin was the team's third-round pick. 

Out of North Carolina, Martin provides excellent size at 6-foot-6 and 272 pounds while sporting a 4.68 in the 40-yard dash. After totaling 11 sacks as a senior, Martin figures to work as a hybrid defender and pass rusher with the Cardinals this season. He's already been working on that dual DL-LB role according to FOX Sports 910 in Arizona. 

Ted Ginn
The Cardinals will be without wide receivers Ted Ginn and Michael Floyd Saturday against the Texans due to injuries, the team announced. Ginn is nursing a knee injury and is expected to miss a "few days," while Floyd will sit out approximately 6-10 days due to a groin injury.

The team will travel to Minnesota on Aug. 16 for a preseason game against the Vikings.
Earl Watford
With the Cardinals' release of Daryn Colledge, second-year pro Earl Watford could start at right guard, according to the team's website. He did not play a snap as a rookie.

“From a physical aspect, he’s probably one of the better guys we’ve got, just as a total athlete from top to bottom,” offensive coordinator Harold Goodwin said. “We’ve got these evaluation sheets for kids coming out now, and he is always going to read out pretty well. I don’t worry about the physical tools on him at all. In pass protection he’s solid. If he gets his hands on guys, he’s solid.

“It’s all mental for Earl," Goodwin added. "He’s coming along. He’s just got to pick it up some. He’s got to. It’s the NFL. It stands for Not For Long. For Earl, (this season) is big. To me, in my mind, it’s make-or-break from the standpoint of, you’ve got talent, but now it’s about trying to take the next step. And once again, if you can’t do it, we’ve got to go to the next guy.

“Talent is not the issue. It’s maintaining the information he’s learned. When he started here, there was some regurgitation. If we have to start all over again from ground zero, it’s not good.”

Walt Powell
The Cardinals signed three draft picks to four-year contracts: fourth-round quarterback Logan Thomas (Virginia Tech), fifth-round defensive lineman Ed Stinson (Alabama) and sixth-round receiver Walt Powell (Murray State).
Dan Williams
Cardinals nose tackle Dan Williams is getting an MRI on his swollen left knee. He left practice Sunday due to the injury.
Knee - Questionable for start of preseason
Jalen Parmele
The Titans have reported that they have pared down their roster by 10 players. Included are defensive tackles Zach Clayton and DaJohn Harris, safety Al Afalava, tackle Daniel Baldridge, tight end Brandon Barden (injured), linebacker Gary Guyton, defensive end Nigel Nicholas, running back Jalen Parmele, guard Kasey Studdard and wide receiver Dontel Watkins.

Guyton and Studdard boast some experience. The former was a part-time starter for Green Bay from 2009 to 2011 while the latter played extensively with Houston in 2009.

The Titans will make more cuts on Saturday.

Nate Potter
The Cardinals have ruled quarterback Ryan Lindley, safety Curtis Taylor, running back Ryan Williams, linebacker Dontay Moch, offensive lineman Nate Potter, tight end Kory Sperry and defensive end Ronald Talley inactive for Week 17 against San Francisco.
Glenn Carson
No Updates
Jonathan Cooper
Cardinals guard Jonathan Cooper has a case of turf toe that he expects to linger throughout the season, reports "I think it's going to linger regardless," he said.

"It's just going to be one of those things where there's going to be some aspect of it that I'm going to feel. Just have to play through it."

Cooper has missed practice since Aug. 11. He must play in one of the final two preseason games to be considered for playing time in the regular-season opener, coach Bruce Arians said.

Kenny Demens
The Cardinals re-signed linebacker Kenny Demens to the practice squad and released linebacker Zack Nash from the squad. Demens is an undrafted rookie out of Michigan.

Darren Fells
The Cardinals signed tight end Darren Fells and wideout Kerry Taylor to their practice squad, according to the team's website.
Bryan McCann
The Cardinals re-signed cornerback Bryan McCann. He played in six games last season, primarily on special teams.
Drew Stanton
With the 120th pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, the Arizona Cardinals selected quarterback Logan Thomas from Virginia Tech.

Thomas, the sixth quarterback taken in the draft, looked sharp at the Senior Bowl, which helped his draft stock. Standing at 6-foot-6, 248 pounds, Thomas passed for 2,907 yards with 16 touchdowns and 13 interceptions in 2013. He also rushed for 344 yards with four touchdowns.

Thomas will likely compete with Drew Stanton and Ryan Lindley on the depth chart, behind veteran Carson Palmer.
Eddie Whitley
The Cowboys continued trimming their roster Friday in preparation for the regular season and released the following players: defensive linemen Clifton Geathers, Rob Callaway and Ben Bass; linebackers Baraka Atkins, Orie Lemon and Adrian Hamilton; wide receivers Saalim Hakim and Tim Benford; quarterback Rudy Carpenter; tight end Andrew Szczerba; defensive backs Eddie Whitley, Lionel Smith, Teddy Williams and Akwasi Owusu-Ansah; and running back Shaun Chapas.
Andre Ellington
The Cardinals would like running back Andre Ellington to get 20 touches per game but want to limit his carries inside the tackles, reports the Arizona Republic. "He's more dangerous 'in space' as a receiver, plus they want to keep him healthy the entire season," the paper said.

Teddy Williams
The Cardinals re-signed cornerback Bryan McCann, who was cut at the end of the preseason, after placing wide receiver Teddy Williams on injured reserve. Williams suffered a torn Achillies Week 11 at Jacksonville.
Logan Thomas
Cardinals rookie quarterback Logan Thomas showed off his big arm during rookie minicamp workouts this week, the official team website reported

Head coach Bruce Arians said Thomas still needs to get his footwork proper when he drops back. 

"When he knows what he is doing, and the guys around him know what he is doing, he's pretty good," Arians said.

With an outstanding summer of work, Thomas could end up backing up Carson Palmer this season. 

Rashad Johnson
The Cardinals have ruled the following players as active for Sunday's season finale against the 49ers in Week 17: John Abraham (groin), Darnell Dockett (shoulder), Rob Housler (groin), Rashad Johnson (ankle), Rashard Mendenhall (finger), Carson Palmer (ankle, right elbow), Matt Shaughnessy (groin), Drew Stanton (knee) and Daryl Washington (ankle).
Calais Campbell
Cardinals linebacker Marcus Benard and defensive end Calais Campbell teamed up on a sack in Week 13; each finished with a half sack. 

Benard now has 1.5 sacks on the season, while Campbell has six. 

The Cardinals face the Rams in Week 14.

Michael Floyd
As expected, Cardinals wide receiver Michael Floyd returned to practice Wednesday, though his participation was limited.

Floyd has been dealing with a groin injury. It remains to be seen if he plays Saturday against Cincinnati.

Ed Stinson
The Cardinals signed three draft picks to four-year contracts: fourth-round quarterback Logan Thomas (Virginia Tech), fifth-round defensive lineman Ed Stinson (Alabama) and sixth-round receiver Walt Powell (Murray State).
Adrian Tracy
Pass rusher Adrian Tracy has signed a future deal with the Cardinals.

Tracy played 16 games with the Giants in 2012. He was cut near the end of the preseason in 2013. The Cardinals plan on using Tracy as a linebacker.

Sam Acho
The Cardinals lost two players to season-ending injuries Week 3 at New Orleans. Linebackers Sam Acho (leg) and Lorenzo Alexander (foot) are headed for season-ending injured reserve after getting hurt Sunday.
Philip Blake
The Cardinals signed five players to their practice squad: linebackers Kenny Rowe and Dontay Moch, safety Curtis Taylor, wideout Kerry Taylor and center/guard Philip Blake.
Robert Hughes
Andre Ellington is pretty much locked into the Cardinals' starting running back job heading into training camp, but he won't hog all of the carries. Cards coach Bruce Arians told ESPN that backups Jonathan Dwyer and Robert Hughes have each been a pleasant surprise so far this offseason

"(Dwyer) is in better shape and he's running routes and catching the ball better than I remember," Arians said. "I know he'll pound you and can really run the football. I know he can pass block. But he caught the ball extremely well. He made some catches in the red zone for us. That was a surprise." 

As for Hughes, the former Colts backup rusher, Arians called him "outstanding," citing his toughness, mentality and skill set as strengths. Not only is he a load on his feet but he can also run good routes and catch passes. 

Both have a chance to make the Cardinals final roster. 

Paul Fanaika
The addition of Jared Veldheer and the return of left guard Jonathan Cooper should make life easier for the Cardinals when they game plan versus opponents this season. Offensive coordinator Harold Goodwin admits that the right side of the line will involve a competition but overall he anticipates a huge jump in efficiency for the front five

" ... [T]he world knows we're looking to put the right side together. There is going to be great competition between Paul Fanaika and Ted Larsen and Earl (Watford)," Goodwin told the Arizona Republic. "Then you have Bobby (Massie), Bradley (Sowell) and along with Nate (Potter). The competition is going to be great and there is still the possibility of the draft, but who knows? It wasn't a great offensive line year last year, but the guys played consistently together and they got better as they went along."

Anthony Walters
The Cardinals signed linebacker Keenan Clayton and safety Anthony Walters. Clayton has played in 36 games for the Eagles and Raiders, while Walters made 10 special teams tackles for the Bears last year.
Jared Veldheer
The addition of Jared Veldheer and the return of left guard Jonathan Cooper should make life easier for the Cardinals when they game plan versus opponents this season. Offensive coordinator Harold Goodwin admits that the right side of the line will involve a competition but overall he anticipates a huge jump in efficiency for the front five

" ... [T]he world knows we're looking to put the right side together. There is going to be great competition between Paul Fanaika and Ted Larsen and Earl (Watford)," Goodwin told the Arizona Republic. "Then you have Bobby (Massie), Bradley (Sowell) and along with Nate (Potter). The competition is going to be great and there is still the possibility of the draft, but who knows? It wasn't a great offensive line year last year, but the guys played consistently together and they got better as they went along."

John Carlson
The Cardinals have signed tight end John Carlson to a two-year deal, reports the team's official website.

Carlson was released by the Vikings earlier this week. In 2013, Carlson had 32 catches for 344 yards and one touchdown.

Isaac Sopoaga
In the wake of Darnell Dockett's torn ACL, the Cardinals signed defensive linemen Isaac Sopoaga and Ryan McBean, reports Pro Football Talk. Sopoaga played in 14 games last year for the Eagles and Patriots, while McBean has not played in a regular-season game since 2011.
Bruce Gaston
No Updates
Jimmy Legree
The Seahawks signed fourth-round pick Cassius Marsh, a defensive end out of UCLA, to a four-year contract. They also added two rookie free agents, tight end Rashaun Allen and guard Nate Isles.

To make room, Seattle cut tight end Travis Beckum and cornerback Jimmy Legree.

Christian Tupou
Christian Tupou was signed to a reserve/future contract by the 49ers in January. He was released on Wednesday to make room for backup quarterback Josh Johnson, the team announced
Mike Leach
All the Cardinals listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Rams are active. They include cornerback Javier Arenas, running back Andre Ellington, tight end D.C. Jefferson and tight end Mike Leach.
John Brown
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians told Sports Illustrated that rookie receiver John Brown could play about 60 percent of the offensive snaps this year. Brown impressed throughout camp and caught four passes for 56 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Bengals. He was targeted eight times.

Brown has a chance to be Arizona's primary No. 3 receiver, ahead of Ted Ginn.

Jerraud Powers
Cardinals cornerback Jerraud Powers had a season-high six solo tackles during a 27-14 win Week 11 at Jacksonville. He also had his first interception and finished with two pass defenses.

Powers has 39 tackles (34 solo) and 10 pass defenses through 10 games. He needs one more pass defense to set a new career high and one more interception to tie a career high.

Lorenzo Alexander
The Cardinals lost two players to season-ending injuries Week 3 at New Orleans. Linebackers Sam Acho (leg) and Lorenzo Alexander (foot) are headed for season-ending injured reserve after getting hurt Sunday.
Jaron Brown
Cardinals receiver Jaron Brown caught two passes for 86 yards in Saturday's loss to the Vikings, locking up a roster spot in the process, reports the team's website. Brown had a 51-yard reception on the opening drive in which he busted through multiple tackles.

Brown played in every game last year, making 11 catches for 140 yards and a touchdown.

Larry Foote
Linebacker Larry Foote signed a one-year deal with the Cardinals. Foote, 33, was released by the Steelers in March after missing most of last season with a torn bicep.

In 2012, Foote made 113 tackles and forced two fumbles for the Steelers.

Dan Buckner
The Buccaneers announced Wednesday they re-signed fullback Spencer Larsen. The team also announced wide receiver Dan Buckner was signed to the practice squad.
Curtis Taylor
The Cardinals have ruled quarterback Ryan Lindley, safety Curtis Taylor, running back Ryan Williams, linebacker Dontay Moch, offensive lineman Nate Potter, tight end Kory Sperry and defensive end Ronald Talley inactive for Week 17 against San Francisco.
Alex Okafor
The Cardinals have high expectations for second-year linebacker Alex Okafor, whose rookie year ended in Week 3 with a torn biceps. Okafor is a dangerous pass rusher who had 12.5 sacks as a senior at Texas.

Cards coach Bruce Arians said Okafor stood out during offseason workouts. "He had an excellent offseason," Arians said. "He was the guy we drafted. (Now) I want to see him when the noise level turns up."

Bradley Sowell
Cardinals TE Rob Housler, DE Frostee Rucker and OL Bradley Sowell are all active Week 10 against the Texans.

Sowell had been listed on the injury report with an illness. Housler has a groin injury. Rucker is dealing with a calf issue. 

Bobby Massie
Cardinals LB John Abraham, OL Bobby Massie, LB Matt Shaughnessy and LB Daryl Washington are active Week 10 against the Texans.  

Shaughnessy and Abraham were dealing with injuries throughout the week. Washington was listed with an illness. Massie was listed on the injury report, but it was not injury related.

Troy Niklas
Cardinals rookie tight end Troy Niklas suffered a broken hand and will be out until training camp, reports the team's official website.

The report said he got his hand caught in a jersey during practice last week.

John Abraham
Just a day after reporting to training camp, Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians told the Arizona Republic that linebacker John Abraham will remain a starter. Abraham won't play in the team's second preseason or work in pads until next week.

"We'll see what kind of condition he is [in] and get him physically ready," Arians said. "Yeah, he's going to be our starting 'Will' linebacker. There's no doubt about that. He's never been out of those plans."
Marcus Benard
Though the Cardinals allowed him to become an unrestricted free agent, the team ended up bringing linebacker Marcus Bernard back in the end. The team's official website reports Bernard has been re-signed on a one-year deal, the financial terms of which are not yet known. 

Bernard finished the 2013 season with 17 tackles and 2.5 sacks in 12 games. 

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