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The Arizona Cardinals have released starting left tackle Levi Brown in a salary cap move.
Brown, who started 75 games in five seasons with Arizona, has a contract that would have counted nearly $17 million against the team's cap for the coming season. The move was expected regardless of whether the Cardinals are able to lure quarterback Peyton Manning. However, with Brandon Keith a free agent, the team is without both of its starting tackles from last year.
Arizona made Brown the fifth overall player taken in the 2007, selecting the Penn State lineman ahead of running back Adrian Peterson.
The Cardinals could be willing to bring Brown back with a new, smaller contract.
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The Cardinals plan to release left tackle Levi Brown, according to an ESPN report.
Brown, the No. 5 overall pick in the 2007 draft, would have cost the Cardinals 17 million next year, an amount the Cardinals have made it known they did not intend to pay. While the release was not a surprise in that regard, the team has expressed interest in bringing Brown back at a lower salary...
As expected, offensive tackle Levi Brown was released Tuesday by the Arizona Cardinals.
Brown, the fifth selection in the 2007 NFL Draft, was scheduled to make 17 million in 2012 if he remained on the roster under his current contract. He becomes an unrestricted free agent but could return to the Cardinals at a lower figure. Brown has started 75 games for the Cardinals over the...
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