Arizona Cardinals

Stadium: University of Phoenix Stadium | Coach: Steve Wilks
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense23rd86.6 (29th)227.5 (14th)
Defense6th89.6 (6th)221.3 (14th)
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19Agudosi, Carlton WR6-62202/1/19941Rutgers
54Albright, Bryson DE6-52453/15/19942Miami (Ohio)
 Allen, Josh C6-331512/30/19911Louisiana-Monroe
 Anau, Peli DE6-325010/26/19931Northern Arizona
36Baker, Budda SAF5-101951/10/19962Washington
64Barnes, Khalif (FA) T6-63204/21/198212Washington
 Benwikere, Bene' DB6-01959/3/19915San Jose State
41Bethea, Antoine DB5-112067/27/198413Howard
70Boehm, Evan C6-33108/19/19933Missouri
75Boone, Alex (FA) T6-83105/4/19879Ohio State
 Bradford, Sam QB6-422411/8/19879Oklahoma
27Branch, Tyvon (FA) DB6-021012/11/198611Connecticut
46Brewer, Aaron LS6-52327/5/19907San Diego State
20Bucannon, Deone DB6-12118/30/19925Washington State
 Butler, Brice WR6-32201/29/19906San Diego State
57Bynes, Josh LB6-12358/24/19898Auburn
 Carter, Jarell DB5-101968/7/19951Trinity International
 Cash, Jeremy LB6-023012/9/19923Duke
56Dansby, Karlos (FA) LB6-425011/3/198115Auburn
4Dawson, Phil K5-112001/23/197520Texas
 Djeri, Moubarak DE6-3275//RNo College
 Dora, Vontarrius DE6-42569/7/19921Louisiana Tech
 Doughty, Brandon QB6-321210/6/19911Western Kentucky
11Fitzgerald, Larry WR6-32188/31/198315Pittsburgh
30Ford, Rudy SAF5-1120411/6/19942Auburn
37Foster, D.J. WR6-019511/22/19933Arizona State
 Glennon, Mike QB6-622912/12/19896NC State
10Golden, Brittan (FA) WR5-111867/20/19885West Texas A&M
44Golden, Markus DE6-32603/13/19914Missouri
42Goodwin, C.J. WR6-42202/4/19903California (PA)
84Gresham, Jermaine TE6-52606/16/19889Oklahoma
95Gunter, Rodney DT6-53051/19/19924Delaware State
 Hamilton, Cobi WR6-220111/13/19903Arkansas
48Hill, Bronson RB5-102151/2/19931Eastern Michigan
69Holden, Will T6-73129/14/19932Vanderbilt
85Holmes, Gabe TE6-42553/29/19913Purdue
74Humphries, D.J. T6-530712/28/19934Florida
76Iupati, Mike G6-53315/12/19879Idaho
 Johnson, David RB6-122412/16/19914Northern Iowa
55Jones, Chandler DE6-52652/27/19907Syracuse
2Lee, Andy P6-11858/11/198215Pittsburgh
22Logan, T.J. RB5-101969/3/19942North Carolina
50Martin, Gabe LB6-22366/5/19922Bowling Green
 Martin-Oguike, Praise LB6-12568/30/1993RTemple
34Miller, Harlan CB6-01826/20/19942Southeastern Louisiana
80Momah, Ifeanyi (FA) TE6-725510/23/19894Boston College
 Moxey, Jonathan CB5-101881/14/19951Boise State
62Munyer, Daniel C6-13053/4/19922Colorado
14Nelson, J.J. WR5-101604/24/19924UAB
90Nkemdiche, Robert DT6-42969/19/19943Ole Miss
78Painter, Vinston T6-431810/11/19894Virginia Tech
35Penny, Elijhaa RB6-12348/17/19932Idaho
98Peters, Corey DT6-33056/8/19889Kentucky
21Peterson, Patrick DB6-12037/11/19908LSU
23Peterson, Adrian (FA) RB6-12203/21/198512Oklahoma
72Pierre, Olsen DE6-42938/27/19913Miami (Fla.)
 Pugh, Justin G6-53118/15/19906Syracuse
43Reddick, Haason LB6-12359/22/19942Temple
49Robinson, Edmond LB6-32452/23/19924Newberry
 Ross, Rashad WR6-01802/2/19903Arizona State
92Rucker, Frostee (FA) DE6-32809/14/198313Southern California
 Sandland, Beau TE6-52522/23/19931Montana State
86Seals-Jones, Ricky WR6-52433/15/19952Texas A&M
53Shipley, A.Q. C6-13075/22/19867Penn State
 Smith, Andre T6-43301/25/198710Alabama
65Tasini, Pasoni DL6-33075/31/19931Utah
 Torgersen, Alek QB6-22291/13/19951Pennsylvania
 Victor, Darius RB5-82093/18/19941Towson
73Wetzel, John G6-73287/18/19913Boston College
26Williams, Brandon CB6-02009/9/19923Texas A&M
16Williams, Chad WR6-120410/19/19942Grambling State
 Williams, Bryce TE6-52602/24/19931East Carolina
58Wright, Scooby LB6-02408/29/19942Arizona
 Young, Lou CB6-020510/9/19912Georgia Tech
 Zamort, Ronald CB5-1017411/10/19912Western Michigan
Injured Players
3Palmer, Carson (IR) QB6-523512/27/197915Southern California
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Position Listing
Vinston Painter
Painter re-signed with Arizona on Thursday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

Painter has had a few stints with the Cardinals, bouncing between the active roster and the practice squad. He'll look to hold on as a backup guard with the team in 2018.

Corey Peters
Peters had 22 tackles (18 solo) and one sack in 12 games with the Cardinals in 2017.

Peters was poised to hit free agency at the end of the season but inked an extension through 2020 in December. The 29-year-old is the anchor and run stuffer on the interior of the Cardinals defense, though his contributions don't typically light up the stat sheet.

Gabe Martin
Martin had two solo tackles in three games with Arizona in 2017.

Martin was signed to the Cardinals' 53-man roster in late November off the Saints practice squad and served as a reserve linebacker and special teams player. The 25-year-old isn't guaranteed to remain with Arizona and is likely to be battling for a roster spot in training camp, wherever he ends up.

Brandon Williams
Williams had two assisted tackles in 16 games for the Cardinals in 2017.

Williams logged three starts in his rookie season last year and appeared primed for an increased defensive role in 2017, but managed only one defensive snap for the season. The 2016 third-round pick will need to impress in training camp in order to get back on track for the 2018 season

Olsen Pierre
Pierre had 30 tackles (22 solo), 5.5 sacks and one forced fumble in 14 games with the Cardinals in 2017.

Pierre actually finished second on the Cardinals in sacks behind NFL leader Chandler Jones (17.0), a quality season after starting the year with a minimal defensive role. The 26-year-old enters 2018 as an exclusive-rights free agent, and a return to Arizona would not be surprising given his role in 2017.

Beau Sandland
Sandland inked a one-year deal with the Cardinals on Monday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports.

Sandland will have to shine bright during the offseason workouts and preseason contests if he hopes to stick with the team for the entirety of the 2018 season. As it stands now, Sandland is likely the fifth string option at tight end for the Cardinals trailing Jermaine Gresham, Ricky Seals-Jones, Bryce Williams and Gabe Holmes.

Rodney Gunter
Gunter totaled 17 tackles (11 solo) and one sack in 16 games with the Cardinals in 2017.

Gunter's production in 2017 was similar to his first two seasons in the league as he remains in a reserve role in the defensive line rotation. The 25-year-old is entering the final year of his rookie contract in 2018 and appears slated to serve as starting nose tackle Corey Peters' backup once again.

Ronald Zamort
The Cardinals waived/injured Zamort (knee) on Monday, Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic reports.

In recent days, Zamort was taking advantage of Justin Bethel's absence from practice due to a hyperextended knee, running with the first-team defense over 2016 third-round pick Brandon Williams. However, Zamort proceeded to tear his ACL on Saturday, ending his brief dalliance in a significant position. If he passes through waivers unclaimed, the performance was likely enough to earn a place on injured reserve with the Cardinals for the upcoming season.

Knee - ACL - Questionable for the start of training camp
Pasoni Tasini
No Updates
Andre Smith
Smith (knee) signed a two-year, $8 million contract with the Cardinals on Wednesday, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN reports.

Smith is getting up there in age considering he turned 31 years old in January, but he appeared to have something left in the tank last season with the Bengals prior to landing on injured reserve in December. While it isn't clear where the veteran stands in his recovery from a sprained knee, there doesn't seem to be any concern Smith won't be ready to roll by the time training camp rolls around in late July.

Knee - Questionable for the start of training camp
Scooby Wright
Wright made five solo tackles in 10 games for the Cardinals in 2017.

Wright may have appeared in 10 games for Arizona but only recorded a tackle in four games. The 23-year-old served as a reserve linebacker and special teams contributor and is likely to be fighting for a roster spot again in 2018.

Bronson Hill
The Cardinals signed Hill to a contract Tuesday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

Arizona cut Hill loose prior to Sunday's 20-15 loss to the Redskins, but he'll be brought back as insurance at running back after starter Kerwynn Williams sustained a quadriceps injury in the contest. Even if Williams is ruled out for Arizona's Week 16 game against the Giants, D.J. Foster and Elijhaa Penny would likely factor more prominently into the backfield mix than Hill.

Deone Bucannon
Coach Steve Wilks said Thursday that Bucannon will serve as the weak-side linebacker in 2018, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports.

Bucannon, a safety in college, transitioned admirably to the role of dollar linebacker as a professional, racking up at least 80 tackles in each of his first four seasons. As the Cards move from Bruce Arians' 3-4 alignment to Wilks' 4-3, Bucannon will bump to Will LB in the base defense while playing the Mike position in nickel formations. In essence, he'll emulate two linebackers from Wilks' previous stop in Carolina, Thomas Davis and Luke Kuechly, both of whom have been objects of Bucannon's film study this offseason, per Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic.

Sam Bradford
Bradford made some throws during the open portion of Thursday's minicamp practice, Josh Weinfuss of reports.

The Cardinals are proceeding slowly with Bradford in an effort to ensure he's fresh for the regular season. Coach Steve Wilks confirmed as much Thursday, telling Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic that the quarterback's limitations are intended to reduce wear and tear on his body. Bradford joined the organization in March after a campaign in which he made only two appearances for the Vikings due to a left knee injury and subsequent surgery, his third as a professional. Although the knee is healthy, according to Wilks, Bradford will continue to have a cap on his workload throughout the offseason program.

Rashad Ross
The Cardinals signed Ross to a reserve/future contract Tuesday, Josh Weinfuss of reports.

Ross, a local product who attended Arizona State, landed on the Cardinals' practice squad during the latter portion of the season. He will now look to make an impression during the offseason and try to earn a role on the active roster for the 2018 season.

Praise Martin-Oguike
No Updates
Peli Anau
No Updates
Alek Torgersen
Torgersen was claimed off waivers by Arizona on Thursday, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.

Torgersen was waived by the Lions on Wednesday. He didn't see the field at all as a rookie in 2017 only going so far as to end the year on Detroit's practice squad. He'll be a longshot to make the Cardinals' roster in 2018, but he is a candidate for the practice squad once again.

Daniel Munyer
Munyer re-signed to a one-year contract with the Cardinals on Thursday, Kyle Odegard of the Cardinals' official site reports.

Munyer will give the Cardinals some added depth on the offensive line after beating out two draft picks in training camp last season. He only appeared in one game before landing on injured reserve with a toe injury last November .

Phil Dawson
Dawson nailed 32 of 40 field-goal attempts and 23 of 26 extra-point tries during the 2017 season.

The Cardinals lost TD machine David Johnson (wrist) in Week 1, barely fielded a serviceable receiving corps behind Larry Fitzgerald and only had Carson Palmer under center for seven games this season. Such a hurricane of hits to the offense would seem to impact a scoring offense negatively, and indeed Arizona ranked 25th in the NFL with 18.4 points per game. Nonetheless, Dawson, who dealt with accuracy issues at times, posted the third-most points (119) in a given season in his 19-year career. If the Cardinals keep Dawson around in his age-43 campaign, he'll be owed $3.5 million in 2018.

Harlan Miller
Miller was promoted to Arizona's active roster Monday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

Miller was the Cardinals' sixth-round draft pick back in May and he's spent the season on the practice squad. He likely will just provide special teams help and depth at cornerback.

T.J. Logan
Logan (wrist) is a full participant in the offseason program, Kyle Odegard of the Cardinals' official site reports.

A fifth-round pick last year, Logan was expected to serve as a kick and punt returner as a rookie. During the Cards' preseason opener in the Hall of Fame Game, he displayed dynamic skills in those realms, ripping off two kickoff returns for 71 yards before dislocating his wrist on a late-game carry. He proceeded to spend the entire campaign on injured reserve, and while he relayed he can still gain some more "mobility" in the wrist, he's otherwise good to go. "As far as strength, it's fine," Logan said. In 2018, he likely will handle a similar role to what was expected of him last year, with the potential for sub-packages on offense behind No. 1 running back David Johnson.

Brittan Golden
Golden (arm) was placed on injured reserve Monday, Josh Weinfuss of reports.

The roster move was fully expected after Golden fractured his arm in Sunday's 20-15 loss to the Redskins and required surgery a day later to address the injury. According to Kevin Zimmerman of, Golden will need three to four months to recover from surgery, which could result in the wideout drawing limited interest when he becomes an unrestricted free agent in the offseason. He'll finish the 2017 campaign with five catches for 70 yards and no touchdowns across 13 appearances.

Arm - Questionable for the start of training camp
Chad Williams
Williams will face competition from recent acquisition Brice Butler, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official website reports.

A 2017 third-round pick, Williams typically was a healthy scratch during his rookie season, ultimately catching only three passes in six games. The offseason departures of John Brown (Ravens) and Jaron Brown (Seahawks) cleared out space on the Arizona depth chart, but Williams will still need to compete with Butler and J.J. Nelson -- and likely a draft pick or two -- for slotting behind top target Larry Fitzgerald. Williams caught 90 passes for 1,337 yards and 11 touchdowns his senior season at FCS Grambling State, and then ran a 4.43 40-yard dash at his pro day while checking in at 6-foot-1, 204 pounds. Health permitting, Sam Bradford should be provide a significant upgrade on the Cardinals' ugly quarterback situation from the second half of last season.

Bryce Williams
Williams signed a one-year contract with the Cardinals on Wednesday, Kyle Odegard of the team's official site reports.

The Cardinals needed more depth at tight end after letting Troy Niklas (Patriots) walk in free agency. Williams, who's now on his fifth NFL team entering his third season, will have a chance to claim the No. 3 role behind Jermaine Gresham (Achilles) and Ricky Seals-Jones. It helps that he's familiar with Arizona's new head coach, Steve Wilks, who was Carolina's defensive coordinator when Williams spent last summer's training camp with the Panthers.

Larry Fitzgerald
Fitzgerald will be working with quarterback Sam Bradford in 2018 after the latter signed with the Cardinals on Friday.

The Cards have employed a cavalcade of quarterbacks during Fitzgerald's 14-year career, but the lack of consistency under center hasn't stopped the wide receiver from putting together a Hall of Fame resume. After the Carson Palmer era ended this offseason, the team was in the market for one of the free-agent signal callers and settled on Bradford, who played one game with the Vikings last season before a bone bruise in his knee and the performance of Case Keenum allowed for just one more appearance. If the injury bug bites Bradford again, head coach Steve Wilks will turn to Mike Glennon or a potential pick in the upcoming draft. Despite working with three QBs in 2017, Fitzgerald posted his third consecutive 100-catch, 1,000-yard campaign, so Bradford's accuracy (71.8 percent in 17 outings in Minnesota) should help him maintain relevance in his age-35 season.

Gabe Holmes
The Cardinals promoted Holmes to their active roster Saturday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

With Jermaine Gresham (illness) considered questionable for Sunday's game against the Redskins, the Cardinals have opted to call up Holmes to bolster their depth at tight end. While he still remains unlikely to see much time on offense, the 26-year-old could see some action on special teams.

Frostee Rucker
Rucker totaled 29 tackles (23 solo) and 1.5 sacks in 16 games for the Cardinals in 2017.

Rucker signed a one-year deal last spring and improved upon his sackless 2016 season. Retirement is certainly a viable consideration for the 34-year-old at this point, and he is likely to be limited to a rotational role if he does return for the 2018 season, which he enters as a free agent.

Darius Victor
Victor inked a reserve/future contract with the Cardinals on Tuesday, Josh Weinfuss of reports.

Victor, an undrafted free agent, landed with the Saints prior to the season kicking off. However, he was ultimately unable to make their final 53-man roster. He later joined the Cardinals' practice squad, and will now look to earn a spot with the team for the 2018 season.

D.J. Foster
Foster totaled six rushes for 19 yards and reeled in 17 of 28 passes for 133 yards in seven games with the Cardinals during the 2017 season.

Plucked from the Patriots' practice squad in the aftermath of David Johnson's dislocated wrist in the season opener, Foster didn't make an appearance until Week 11. Thereafter, Foster was consistently targeted in the passing game, whether Blaine Gabbert or Drew Stanton (knee) was under center, averaging four targets per game. A contributor on kickoff returns as well, Foster posted the highest average (23.0 yards per on his eight chances) among Cardinals, which could be the determining factor for a roster spot next fall in what's expected to be a crowded backfield.

Bryson Albright
Albright signed a contract with the Cardinals on Monday, Arizona Sports 98.7 FM reports.

Albright bounced between the Bills' practice squad and 53-man roster last season, and he has spent this season on the Cardinals' practice squad. The 23-year-old will likely serve as a reserve linebacker and special teams player.

Markus Golden
Golden (knee) began running Tuesday, Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic reports.

Coming off a 12.5-sack season the previous year, Golden suffered a torn ACL in Week 4 and finished 2017 without a sack. He's unlikely to be available any sooner than training camp, though the reports on his progress have been positive. The 27-year-old edge rusher may end up transitioning to defensive end this upcoming season, as new head coach Steve Wilks oversaw a 4-3 unit during his time as the Panthers' defensive coordinator. Golden has spent the first three years of his career in a 3-4 base scheme, primarily rushing the passer as an outside linebacker without his hand on the ground. Listed at 6-foot-3, 260 pounds, Golden is only slightly undersized by 4-3 DE standards.

Knee - ACL - Questionable for the start of training camp
Edmond Robinson
The Cardinals promoted Robinson from their practice squad Tuesday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

Robinson has resided on the Jets' injured reserve list for most of the season before he was released a week ago. It's believed that Robinson has fully recovered from the groin issue that resulted in his extended shutdown, so he should be available for the Cardinals in a depth role at linebacker Week 17 against the Seahawks.

Patrick Peterson
Peterson said he was evaluated for a concussion during Sunday's game against the Giants but avoided the league's concussion protocol, ESPN NFL Nation's Josh Weinfuss reports.

Peterson can generally be taken at his word on this, but his availability for Week 17 perhaps shouldn't be taken for granted at the moment -- that he was evaluated for a concussion might make his symptoms worth monitoring in the upcoming days. For now, though, the belief is that he suffered no injury.

John Wetzel
Wetzel (back) is active for Sunday's game against the Texans, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

Wetzel was a surprise appearance on the injury report this week, but his injury won't keep him from starting at right tackle Sunday.

Moubarak Djeri
No Updates
Mike Glennon
Glennon is signing a two-year, $8 million contract with the Cardinals, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

The deal was reported only a few minutes after the Bears officially released Glennon, who produced only 6.0 yards per pass attempt in his four starts last season before Mitchell Trubisky took over. Glennon will provide depth behind Sam Bradford, who is joining Arizona on a much larger contract.

D.J. Humphries
Humphries (knee) expects to be ready for Week 1 of the 2018 season, Josh Weinfuss of reports.

Humphries' third season -- and second as a full-time starter -- ended in Week 10, when he sustained what was later termed a dislocated kneecap, torn medial patellofemoral ligament and torn quadriceps in his right leg. On Tuesday, he expressed uncertainty regarding the length of his recovery, as he heard differing timelines from doctors and the Cardinals. Nonetheless, the left tackle should be back in the fold well before the start of the upcoming campaign.

Knee - Questionable for the start of training camp
A.Q. Shipley
Shipley (shoulder) is active for Sunday's game against the Texans, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

Shipley was a limited participant in this week's practices, but he'll slot back into his starting center position Sunday.

Tyvon Branch
Branch (knee) remains unsigned,'s Josh Weinfuss reports.

Branch piled up 69 tackles in nine games for the Cardinals last season before his injury issues re-surfaced in November in the form of a torn ACL. An above-average starter when healthy, the 31-year-old safety has played double-digit games just once in the past five seasons. Despite owning a career average of 5.8 tackles per game, he may have a tough time attracting interest on the open market, as there's no assurance he'll be ready by Week 1.

Knee - ACL - Questionable for the start of training camp
J.J. Nelson
Nelson reeled in 29 of 61 passes for 508 yards and two touchdowns in 16 games during the 2017 season.

Nelson upheld his stature as a hit-or-miss option, with far more of the latter than former in his third NFL campaign. As of Week 5, he had two touchdowns and two games with at least 80 yards receiving. Over the final 11 contests, though, he didn't reach the end zone once, had no more than two catches in a given game, and was held below 46 yards in every outing. No matter, his ability to rip off yards in big chunks helped Nelson reach 500 yards through the air for a second consecutive year. Nelson is one of three Cardinals wide receivers under contract next season -- also, Larry Fitzgerald and Chad Williams -- meaning the pecking order at the position will be in flux until the offseason program begins in earnest in April and May.

Carson Palmer
Palmer announced his retirement from the NFL on Tuesday, the Cardinals' official site reports.

One day removed from head coach Bruce Arians making the same announcement, Palmer will head into the sunset after 15 seasons with three different teams. After waiting one year to get his first shot with the Bengals in 2004, the previous year's No. 1 overall pick spent seven years with the organization as the starting quarterback. A dispute with ownership in 2011 eventually resulted in a trade to the Raiders, where he suited up the next two campaigns. To wrap up his career, Palmer landed in the Arizona desert in April of 2013 and spurred one of the most successful runs in the history of the Cardinals in that state, accumulating a 38-21-1 record as a starter. His injuries woes emerged at inopportune times, though, as he was only available for one of the team's two playoff runs. In 182 regular-season games played, Palmer averaged 254.1 yards per contest, completed 62.5 percent of his passes and accrued 294 touchdowns versus 187 interceptions for an 87.9 quarterback rating.

Elijhaa Penny
The Cardinals tabbed Penny with the exclusive rights tender Friday, Kyle Odegard of the team's official site reports.

Active for all 16 games last season, Penny didn't reach double-digit offensive snaps in a game until the final three contests, when he accounted for most of his production. Overall, he turned 31 carries into 124 yards and two touchdowns while corralling four of six targets for 38 yards. With David Johnson returning to full health, Penny will be little more than an insurance policy within the Cardinals backfield.

Carlton Agudosi
Agudosi inked a reserve/futurecontract with the Cardinals on Tuesday, Josh Weinfuss of reports.

As an undrafted free agent, Agudose joined the Saints during training camp, but was ultimately released prior to the season. He subsequently found his way to the Cardinals' practice squad before joining their active roster for a three-week stretch late in the season. He will now look to make an impression during the offseason.

Mike Iupati
The Cardinals and Iupati (triceps) agreed to restructure his contract, Field Yates of ESPN reports.

Iupati landed a five-year, $40 million contract with the Cards during the 2015 offseason, but his health has been an issue in each of the last three seasons. After missing four games combined in those first two campaigns, he injured his triceps Week 1 of last season and didn't log another snap once he opted to undergo surgery to repair a bone spur. Due the lack of reps, general manager Steve Keim likely was reticent to devote $8 million to Iupati in 2018, so the two sides agreed to reduce that number to $5 million in order to suit up as the starting left guard.

Triceps - Questionable for the start of training camp
Adrian Peterson
Peterson (neck), who will be released by the Cardinals on Monday, said he received a clean bill of health and intends to continue his career, Josina Anderson of ESPN reports.

Peterson missed all of December due to a neck injury, finishing with 129 carries for 448 yards (3.5 average), two touchdowns and three fumbles (two lost) in six games for the Cardinals. He'll turn 33 next week and may have to settle for a committee role, having played more than 10 games in a season just once since 2013. Peterson likely will look for a new home, as David Johnson (hand) figures to gobble up the vast majority of backfield snaps in Arizona.

Jarell Carter
No Updates
Ricky Seals-Jones
Seals-Jones was spotted in a walking boot following Sunday's game against the Seahawks, Josh Weinfuss of reports.

Even though the specificity and severity of the injury remains unclear, the Cardinals' season came to an end Sunday, which allows for plenty of healing time for Seals-Jones. The 22-year-old ends his rookie season with 201 yards and three touchdowns.

Lower Leg - Questionable for the start of training camp
Brice Butler
The Cardinals and Butler reached agreement on a two-year contract Monday, James Jones of NFL Network reports.

Despite experiencing a coaching change in the offseason, the organization continues to have a need for speed in its wideout corps. Owner of a 4.37 40-yard dash at his Pro Day in 2013, Butler utilized his wheels to produce 18.5 yards per catch as a member of the Cowboys the past three years. He's a big play waiting to happen, but he also boasts a woeful 45.9 percent catch rate in his career, so consistency is not his calling card. Expect Butler to reside behind at least Larry Fitzgerald, David Johnson and J.J. Nelson in a passing attack led by free-agent addition Sam Bradford this season.

Will Holden
No Updates
Cobi Hamilton
The Cardinals claimed Hamilton off waivers Thursday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports.

A sixth-round pick of the Bengals in 2013, Hamilton has seen NFL snaps the past two years. In 14 games between the Steelers and Texans, he posted 18 catches (on 34 targets) for 242 yards and two touchdowns. With just one reception at the latter locale, he was subjected to waivers and finds himself in a lacking wideout room. Behind Larry Fitzgerald, only J.J. Nelson has made a splash as a pro, meaning Hamilton will vie with Chad Williams, Carlton Agudosi, Rashad Ross and any other receivers that arrive in the desert this offseason.

Vontarrius Dora
Dora's strong practice on Friday led to a start in Saturday's scrimmage, Troy Renck of Denver 7 ABC reports.

Veteran pickup Kasim Edebali has gotten most of the attention ever since starter Shane Ray went down with a wrist injury. Dora, however, showed flashes as an undrafted free agent last year, notching two sacks in the 2016 preseason. No matter who starts Week 1 opposite Miller, Dora or Edebali, they'll likely tumble down the depth chart as Ray and Shaq Barrett will be due back early in the season. Still, a strong showing through the preseason and early part of the season could lead to sustained snaps later on.

Lou Young
Young agreed to a one-year contract with the Cardinals on Monday, Josh Weinfuss of reports.

The 26-year-old has existing familiarity with new Cardinals head coach Steve Wilks, who served as the Panthers' defensive coordinator in 2016, when the cornerback appeared in six games for Carolina. Young spent the 2017 preseason with the Redskins but was released in August after suffering a groin injury.

Jonathan Moxey
No Updates
Evan Boehm
No Updates
David Johnson
Johnson confirmed Thursday that his left wrist is "100 percent" and he'll be "full speed" during OTAs, Josh Weinfuss of reports.

On the eve of the Cardinals' offseason program, it was reported Johnson had recovered from the dislocated wrist that kept him off the field beyond Week 1 last season, per Darren Urban of the team's official site. Johnson will now turn his focus to building chemistry with quarterback Sam Bradford, who is replacing the retired Carson Palmer under center. Although he's also adjusting to a new coaching staff under the direction of offensive coordinator Mike McCoy, Johnson is one of the safest bets among running backs to produce due to his pass-catching ability and nose for the end zone. In addition to a career mark of 4.3 yards per carry, Johnson has gobbled up 122 of 186 targets (65.6 percent) and tallied 32 offensive touchdowns in 33 games.

Chandler Jones
Jones is expected to serve more as a defensive end under new head coach Steve Wilks, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

In his last stop with the Panthers, Wilks operated a 4-3 defense, from which he aims to deploy Jones and fellow pass rusher Markus Golden (knee) as defensive ends. Jones has experience at the position, racking up 36 sacks in four seasons with the Patriots. Since he was dealt to the Cardinals in 2016, he's wreaked havoc as a strong-side linebacker, notably leading the entire NFL with 17 sacks last season. As he and his teammates reported for the offseason program Tuesday, Jones relayed that he currently weighs 265 pounds but is willing to bulk up further if Wilks wants him to do so, per Kyle Odegard of the team's official site. It remains to be seen if additional pounds will hinder Jones' chances of retaining the sack title this year.

Karlos Dansby
Dansby paced the Cardinals with 95 tackles (74 solo) during the 2017 season.

The tackle output was the lowest for a 16-game slate in Dansby's 14-year career, but the 36-year-old was due for some regression at some point. In the process, he broke his streak of pro-rated campaigns with 100 tackles at 10, signifying that he hasn't fallen too far from his peak. He supplemented his line with one sack, one interception and one fumble recovery, the fifth time he's achieved the feat. As an unrestricted free agent in the offseason, Dansby's age could force the Cardinals to look elsewhere at inside linebacker, but he should be good for a significant number of stops wherever he lands.

Andy Lee
The Cardinals signed Lee to their roster Monday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official website reports.

After 11 seasons with the Niners, Lee spent his previous two with both the Browns and Panthers. He failed to win the punting battle with the Bengals during training camp, but the Cardinals were in need at the position. The veteran will now begin his 14th season in Arizona.

Aaron Brewer
The Cardinals signed Brewer to a four-year, $4.15 million contract extension Wednesday, Tom Pelissero of reports. The deal includes $620,000 guaranteed.

Brewer missed most of last season with the broken wrist he sustained in early October, but the Cardinals deemed the long snapper important enough to justify designating him as one of their two players to return from injured reserve. He took back long-snapping duties for the club's final three contests and will now have some job security heading into 2018 after agreeing to the extension.

Rudy Ford
Ford (knee) was placed on injured reserve Thursday, Josh Weinfuss of reports.

Ford has missed the last two games with the knee injury, and the issue will end up being a season-ending one. Ford did not play a single defensive snap his rookie season, with all of his use coming exclusively on special teams.

Knee - Questionable for the start of training camp
Budda Baker
Baker accrued 74 tackles (58 solo), two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and one sack in 16 games during the 2017 season.

Primarily a stud special teamer for the first half of his rookie campaign, Baker was pressed into action Week 9 after strong safety Tyvon Branch suffered a torn ACL. Baker parlayed a nine-tackle performance in that game into a starting gig thereafter, a seven-game span in which he racked up 50 tackles. Due to his nose for the ball and the Cardinals' propensity to deploy five or more defensive backs on most plays, the 2017 second-round pick will have a regular spot in the secondary for the foreseeable future.

Jeremy Cash
The Cardinals claimed Cash off waivers Friday, Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic reports.

Cash was waived by the Browns on Thursday and is now on his fourth team since the start of the 2017 season. The 25-year-old is likely to serve as a depth linebacker and special teams contributor if he can crack the 53-man roster.

Josh Allen
Allen was waived by the Buccaneers on Friday, Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

This will be the sixth time in his career that Allen has been let go by the Buccaneers, and it comes after a preseason finale where the guard played every snap. Allen could potentially end up on the team's practice squad.

C.J. Goodwin
Goodwin was claimed off waivers by the Cardinals on Friday, Darren Urban of the team's official website reports.

Goodwin was waived by the Falcons earlier in the week. He has recorded eight tackles (seven solo) across 12 games this season. The 27-year-old will presumably provide depth at cornerback for the Cardinals.

Jermaine Gresham
Gresham (Achilles) may not be ready for the start of the 2018 season, Kent Somers of reports.

Gresham tore his Achilles in Week 17, finishing the 2017 campaign with 33 catches for 322 yards and two touchdowns on 45 targets in 14 games. He had just three outings with more than 27 receiving yards, and he hasn't reached 500 yards in a season since 2012 when he was with the Bengals. The Cardinals hope Ricky Seals-Jones (leg) can take on a larger receiving role, but they also figure to take a close look at the top tight ends in the upcoming draft, after missing out on all the big names in free agency. Gresham will turn 30 in June, and his $5.25 million base salary for 2018 is fully guaranteed, per OverTheCap.

Achilles - Questionable for the start of training camp
Antoine Bethea
The Cardinals plan to pick up the $1 million roster bonus owed to Bethea (pectoral) on Friday, the fifth day of the 2018 league year waiver period, John Gambadoro of Arizona Sports 98.7 FM reports.

It was an easy decision for the Cardinals to retain Bethea after the veteran safety enjoyed a productive first season in the desert, recording 57 tackles, a forced fumble and a career-high five interceptions in 15 games before missing the finale with a torn pectoral muscle. The 33-year-old has two years remaining on his contract and is due a $3 million base salary in 2018 in addition to the roster bonus.

Pectoral - Questionable for the start of training camp
Alex Boone
Boone exited Sunday's 26-24 win over the Seahawks with a calf injury, Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic reports.

Earl Watford stepped in at left guard in Boone's absence. Boone will have plenty of time to heal up with the Cardinals' 2017 season now over.

Calf - Questionable for the start of training camp
Brandon Doughty
Doughty was claimed off waivers by the Cardinals on Thursday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.

Doughty was waived by the Dolphins after spending the past two seasons with the team. He'll likely battle for the third-string position with Alek Torgersen, who was also claimed off waivers Thursday.

Khalif Barnes
Barnes signed a contract with the Cardinals on Tuesday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

The Cardinals brought in the veteran Barnes after placing Jared Veldheer (ankle) on injured reserve. Barnes, 35, spent time with the Saints during the preseason but was released prior to Week 1. Rookie Will Holden is likely to start at left tackle in Veldheer's absence, making Barnes a reserve option on the line.

Ifeanyi Momah
The Cardinals will allow Momah (ankle) to become an unrestricted free agent, Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic reports.

The Cardinals unsurprisingly didn't want to use a restricted free-agent tender, which would've cost around $1.9 million at the lowest level. Momah reportedly is making good progress in his rehab from a broken leg, ramping up his activity to include running in recent weeks. He only has three catches in 14 career games, but Arizona might consider bringing him back at a lower price to compete for a spot at the bottom of the depth chart.

Leg - Questionable for the start of training camp
Bene' Benwikere
Benwikere signed a contract with Arizona on Friday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

Benewikere's signing with Arizona comes on the heels of the team losing starting cornerback Tramon Williams to Green Bay in free agency. After a promising sophomore campaign in 2015, in which he recorded 59 tackles and seven passes defensed, Benwikere has had a few disappointing years. In 16 games over the past two seasons, he's totaled just 12 tackles and five passes defensed. He's shown potential to be a contributor on defense but could be relegated to a backup role with Arizona.

Justin Pugh
Pugh (back) received full medical clearance before the start of free agency, Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reports.

This doesn't come as much surprise as the Cardinals likely wouldn't have agreed to the significant five-year, $45 million contract they reached with Pugh had the offensive lineman not been in good medical standing. While it's not certain if the 2013 first-rounder will fully participate in voluntary offseason workouts next month, there doesn't appear to be any reason Pugh won't be on the field for the start of training camp.

Haason Reddick
Cardinals coach Steve Wilks suggested that Reddick will play strong-side linebacker in the Cardinals' base defense, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

Selected 13th overall in last year's draft, Reddick split time between inside and outside linebacker as a rookie in Arizona's 3-4 scheme, notching 36 tackles, 2.5 sacks and two forced fumbles across 445 defensive snaps (27.8 per game). He said in early April that he expected to play inside linebacker as the Cardinals transition to a 4-3 base defense, but it now seems Josh Bynes is ticketed for that role. While Reddick's versatility should come in handy for the Arizona defense, it won't necessarily lend itself to a three-down role or a plethora of pass-rushing opportunities. Chandler Jones and Markus Golden (knee) figure to serve as the primary edge rushers, assuming the latter recovers from a torn ACL in time for Week 1. Reddick should have a clear spot in the base defense, but he may need to compete with Golden or Bynes to earn snaps when the Cardinals deploy nickel formations.

Josh Bynes
The Cardinals and Bynes (ankle) agreed to a three-year contract Wednesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Networkreports.

The Cardinals opted to let veteran inside linebacker Karlos Dansby walk in free agency, leaving Bynes as the current candidate to take over in the starting lineup next to dollar LB Deone Bucannon. In the two games in which he received the most run last season (Weeks 12 and 13), Bynes posted a combined 17 tackles and one forced fumble, so the front office may be confident they have a competent in-house replacement.

Ankle - Questionable for the start of training camp
Robert Nkemdiche
Nkemdiche recorded 11 tackles (4 solo) and one forced fumble in 12 games for the Cardinals in 2017.

Nkemdiche's sophomore season was marred by injury issues again, and he managed to record a tackle in only six of the 12 games he appeared in. The 2016 first-round pick has played in only 17 games across his first two seasons in the NFL.

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