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A breakdown of the Arizona Cardinals’ 2019 free-agent signings.

Terrell Suggs, linebacker

The Cardinals will sign Suggs to a one-year deal worth up to $7 million, according to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. Here’s a closer look at the linebacker who spent the previous 16 seasons with the Baltimore Ravens:

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What it means: The Cardinals found a veteran in the 36-year-old Suggs who can immediately establish himself as a stabilizing presence in the locker room after Arizona released veteran safety Antoine Bethea over the weekend. In Suggs, Arizona will also get a durable pass-rusher who, while he may end up on limited snap counts, has shown he’s still effective at getting to the quarterback. He had 26 sacks the last three seasons, including seven in 2018 and 11 in 2017.

What’s the risk: Suggs will turn 37 on Oct. 11, and even though he’s played all 16 games in 12 of his 16 seasons — and 15 in one and 13 in another — age will still be a concern with him this season. But the reward with Suggs is greater than the risk because of his recent production rushing the passer. However, if the Cardinals count on Suggs too much on defense, instead of relying on him to be part of the rotation, and his age finally catches up to him, then the Cardinals could see the risk sooner than the reward.

J.R. Sweezy, guard

The Cardinals will sign guard J.R. Sweezy to a two-year deal on Wednesday. Here’s a closer look at the guard who spent five of the previous seven seasons with the Seattle Seahawks:

What it means: The Cardinals found their replacement for Mike Iupati at left guard. Sweezy started 13 of his 15 games in 2018 at left guard and will give Arizona the final piece of its 2019 offensive line. Sweezy moved from right guard, where he played the majority of his career, to left guard before last season. He’s another veteran offensive line signing for Cardinals general manager Steve Keim, continuing a run that’s lasted most of Keim’s tenure as GM. In 2018, Sweezy allowed a career-low 19 hurries and 26 pressures, according to Pro Football Focus.

What’s the risk: Sweezy missed all of 2016 with a herniated disc, so his health would be a concern. When he’s healthy, Sweezy is durable. Another risk is that he turns 30 in April, so Sweezy may not be a long-term answer at left guard, leaving the Cardinals in the same situation either next year or in 2021.

Brett Hundley, quarterback

The Cardinals will sign quarterback Brett Hundley to a one-year deal on Wednesday. Here’s a closer look at the quarterback who spent last season with the Seahawks:

What it means: It’s too early to tell. It’ll all depend on who else the Cardinals have at quarterback next season. If it’s Josh Rosen, then Hundley and could help be part of Rosen’s support group along with Charles Kanoff. Rosen followed Hundley as UCLA’s starter, so the two have a history. If it’s, by chance, Kyler Murray, then Hundley may fit the type of athletic quarterback that new coach Kliff Kingsbury is looking for.

What’s the risk: There’s really not much risk at all, unless Hundley needs to play at length. But that’s more because he won’t be the everyday quarterback. He’s 3-6 as a starter, he’s thrown for nine touchdowns and 13 interceptions in his career and has 1,853 yards while tallying a 59.5 percent completion rate. While he’s been in the NFL since the Packers drafted him in the fifth round in 2015, Hundley doesn’t have much game experience, which could be a factor if the starter gets hurt.

Jordan Hicks, inside linebacker
The Cardinals will sign Hicks. Here’s a closer look at the linebacker who spent the previous four seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles:

What it means: Inside linebacker quickly became a position of need for Arizona’s defense after it released Josh Bynes and reports have linked the New York Giants and Tampa Bay Buccaneers to Deone Bucannon. So, Hicks fills a fairly large void in the Cardinals’ latest version of a 3-4. He’ll quickly be inserted into the starting lineup, likely alongside Haason Reddick, giving the Cardinals an athletic, dynamic and versatile pair of inside linebackers. Hicks also reunited Billy Davis, the Cardinals linebackers coach who was the Eagles’ defensive coordinator when Philadelphia drafted Hicks.

What’s the risk: The primary concern with Hicks is his durability. He missed nine games in 2017 with an Achilles injury and four games last season win a calf injury. As long as Hicks can stay healthy, he can the inside linebacker the Cardinals need him to be.

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GLENDALE, Ariz. — The preseason is usually when teams rest their starters for the regular season.

That’s what the Arizona Cardinals did last year. This year, however, coach Bruce Arians will change his approach a bit. Quarterback Carson Palmer can expect to play more this preseason, Arians said on Saturday.

But it won’t come in the preseason opener — the Hall of Fame Game — on Aug. 3. Arians ruled Palmer and wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, and possibly linebacker Karlos Dansby, out of that game, but said Palmer can expect more reps in the games he does play in.

“He’ll probably play more than he did last year,” Arians said. “We’ll play our starters more than we did last year.”

Arians wasn’t talking about rewriting preseason norms. Instead of playing, say, six plays in a preseason game, Palmer may get 12 snaps.

As usual, Palmer will have his most playing time in the Cardinals’ fourth preseason game — which is the rest of the league’s third. Arians said the plan is to play Palmer more in Arizona’s third and fourth preseason games and not at all in the finale on Aug. 31 at Denver.

Last season, Palmer didn’t finish the first quarter in the second preseason game and took three snaps in the second quarter of the third preseason game before he was replaced by Drew Stanton. That’ll change this season.

And Palmer has accepted Arians’ decision.

“I’m excited about camp. I’m excited about preseason games,” Palmer said. “I’m ready to work. I’m available and I’m going to do what I’m told as far as that’s concerned.”

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It’s no secret the NFC West is a two-team race between the Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks.

Seattle has proved it’s capable of making the Super Bowl — but with a dominant running back like Marshawn Lynch. Whether all the internal discord is true or not will go a long way toward determining if the Seahawks make the playoffs again.


Compared to the Seahawks, the Cardinals might have a better shot at a run to Super Bowl LII. Their offense is more potent and their defense is younger at the right spots. Beyond that, locker room harmony, guided by a significant veteran presence, can go a long way.

This could be the last season the Cardinals have the trifecta of quarterback Carson Palmer, wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald and coach Bruce Arians. Compared to the rest of the division, what are the Cardinals’ chances of making a run to Super Bowl LII?
Carson Palmer is 37 and regressed to the middle of the pack among NFL quarterbacks last season. Does he have one more big season left in him? AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin
Alden Gonzalez, Los Angeles Rams reporter: I just don’t see a Super Bowl team when I look at the Cardinals. That’s crazy to think, given the 13-3 season they had in 2015 and the hype they carried with them heading into 2016. But let’s go through it. David Johnson is a stud, perhaps the most talented and versatile offensive player in the NFL, but is there enough around him?

Palmer is 37 and had a 58.9 Total QBR that ranked 18th among 30 qualified quarterbacks. Fitzgerald is coming off another great year, but he will be 34 at the end of August and the Cardinals didn’t get much of anything from the rest of their receivers last season.

Then there’s the defense, which lost defensive end Calais Campbell, cornerback Marcus Cooper and safeties Tony Jefferson and D.J. Swearinger. The Cardinals did a nice job drafting a talented pass-rusher (Haason Redick) and a versatile safety (Budda Baker). Their offensive line should be better, and it’ll be fun to see Baker team up with a healthy Tyrann Mathieu.

Nick Wagoner, San Francisco 49ers reporter: Comparison to the rest of the division might be damning with faint praise at this point. The Niners and Rams are in rebuild mode, leaving the Cardinals as the most likely challenger to the Seahawks for the NFC West crown. Realistically, though, that would seem to be the ceiling for this Arizona team. The Cardinals had what looks like a strong draft, and the defense should be good, though it will miss Campbell.

But the question that must be answered is the same one that has existed in their recent run of success: Can Palmer lead them to the promised land? Palmer threw for a lot of yards last year but had his worst completion percentage since 2011 and threw more interceptions than he had in a season since 2013. Palmer’s playoff struggles have been well-documented, and it’s hard to see that changing at this stage of his career even if he can get Arizona to the postseason.

Sheil Kapadia, Seattle Seahawks reporter: Even though they lost Campbell and Jefferson, I still like the Cardinals’ defense a lot. First-round pick Reddick and second-round selection Baker should be able to come in and contribute right away.

The question is: Can the Cardinals’ passing game get back to 2015 form? To be effective, Palmer needs the offensive line to make great strides from a year ago, and Arizona might not have done enough up front unless rookies such as Dorian Johnson and Will Holden prove to be quick learners. At the very least, this should be a team that can run the ball and play good defense. Special teams can’t be worse than last year. I’d say they’re a Super Bowl sleeper in the NFC and behind the Seahawks in terms of expectations within the division.

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I actually don’t think the Arizona Cardinals losing Calais Campbell to free agency will have as big of an impact as it could. That’s not saying his absence won’t be felt; it’ll leave a major void in the defense, and not just because he’s 6-foot-8. If the Cardinals didn’t have two dominant outside pass-rushers as they do in Markus Golden and Chandler Jones, then, yes, I’d say losing Campbell would have the biggest impact on next season because opposing offenses would have one less pass-rusher to worry about and could focus their attention on one side of the defensive line.

But with Jones and Golden on either side of the line, losing Campbell won’t be felt as much, especially if Robert Nkemdiche begins playing as the Cardinals expect him to. As long as the Cardinals can get pressure off the edge, the interior pass-rushers could reap the rewards. Campbell broke out for eight sacks in 2016 because he wasn’t double-teamed as much with offensive lines paying so much attention to Jones and Golden. As long as those two continue to play at high, productive levels, Arizona’s interior pass-rushers – Nkemdiche, Frostee Rucker, Rodney Gunter, Ed Stinson and Josh Mauro — will continue seeing one-on-one blockers, which makes their life all the easier.

But if Nkemdiche doesn’t play like the first-round pick he was in 2016, the Cardinals’ defensive line could be in trouble. Rucker will be steady all season and Gunter will be solid, but Nkemdiche has the most talent on that line. If he doesn’t use it, Arizona’s interior pass rush could struggle.

Where I think Campbell’s presence will be missed is in the Cardinals’ locker room. He was a steadying force, someone who was even-keeled and a leader. He commanded a lot of respect from teammates and was the type of player any franchise would want to represent it in public.

However, I think the biggest question for 2017 will be how the veterans keep the locker room in line, something that was an issue last season. Too many of the younger players didn’t use the older players as mentors and did their own thing to an extent. That was one reason why the Cardinals pursued veterans in free agency, particularly Karlos Dansby. Getting a locker-room presence like him will fill the void left by Campbell’s departure and help change the culture of the locker room yet again.

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TEMPE, Ariz. — When an offensive lineman with the size, smarts and potential of Will Holden is available in the NFL Draft, it makes for a relatively easy decision.

The Arizona Cardinals drafted Holden in the fifth round, adding another tackle to their offensive line room. The difference between Holden and the others, however, is he could end up being the long-term replacement at right tackle whenever Jared Veldheer’s time in Arizona comes to an end. Holden is 6-foot-7 — the same height as Veldheer — and 312 pounds. He graduated from Vanderbilt in December. And with some time in the weight room, Holden could find himself competing for a starting job in the future.
Will Holden could be the long-term replacement for Jared Veldheer and may even challenge for playing time on the Cardinals offensive line as a rookie. Zach Bolinger/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Where he fits: While Veldheer and D.J. Humphries occupy the two starting tackle positions, Holden won’t likely see time on the first team unless an injury forces him into the lineup. In the meantime, he’ll try to compete for a job in the rotation against a crowded field of tackles that currently numbers four, aside from the two starters. Holden could play his way into the coveted swing-tackle role, which would mean he’d dress on game days. A background that includes playing right guard as well as left could give him an advantage against the other offensive linemen.

What he said: “They told me they want me to play tackle,” Holden said. “They have me slotted as a tackle, which will be nice. But I am ready to get in there and compete for a job whether that is at tackle or guard.”

What they said: “Yeah, I think that he is one of those guys that, is he ideally a left tackle? What is ideal?” asked general manager Steve Keim. “A guy that has rare natural knee bend, length and athleticism. Are either of those guys [Holden or Veldheer] that? No, but they are good technicians and they understand how to get by whatever limitations they have so they can play left and they can play right. They can also move inside if they have to, that may be a good comparison.”