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The Arizona Cardinals broke their silence on the open market, as they made many headlines on the second day of the 2013 NFL Free Agency frenzy. A week after moving on from Adrian Wilson, Arizona has now also reportedly released safety Kerry Rhodes, though the team re-signed Yeremiah Bell to a one-year deal and is also acquiring a proven young cornerback off the open market in Jerraud Powers.
Per Rotoworld.com financial figures, Rhodes was slated to make $5.5 million in 2013 ($4.5 million in salary, $1 million in bonus).
He played in 38 games (all starts) and recorded 141 tackles with two forced fumbles, 4.0 sacks and eight interceptions in three seasons (2010-12) with the team. Rhodes, 30, missed just two starts during his first five seasons in the league with the New York Jets. Powers, 25, has played in 42 games (all starts) and tallied 210 tackles with six interceptions and one forced fumble in four seasons with the Indianapolis Colts.
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Former Cleveland Browns wide receiver/return specialist and
current free agent Josh Cribbs has flown mostly under the radar this offseason.
The dynamic wide out has reportedly narrowed his search for his next team down
to two, the New England Patriots and the Arizona Cardinals, according to Mary
Kay Cabot of The Plain Dealer.
#browns Josh Cribbs has it narrowed down to the patriots...
So that's that RT @marykaycabot: Josh Cribbs to Arizona, source told Pd.— Jeff Howe (@jeffphowe) March 14, 2013
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Safety Yeremiah Bell
Wide receiver/kick returner Josh Cribbs,
Quarterback Drew Stanton
Linebacker Lorenzo Alexander
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