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Defensive end Calais Campbell has agreed to terms on a five-year contract with the Arizona Cardinals.
Terms of the deal were not immediately known. The Cardinals placed the franchise tag on Campbell on March 2, ensuring his return to the team for the 2012 season at a price of 10 million.
Campbell (6-8, 300) is coming off his best professional season in 2011. He started all 16...
TEMPE, Ariz. -- After just one day of rookie mini-camp, Cardinals quarterbacks coach John McNulty cant say how his team's sixth-round draft pick, quarterback Ryan Lindley, might project in the NFL.
He doesn't know if Lindley will adjust to the speed of the pro game. He doesn't know if the San Diego State product will pick up the offense well enough. And he can't...
TEMPE, Ariz. -- With any big contract in professional sports comes added pressure to perform. The five-year deal Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell inked Thursday is no exception.
Campbell welcomes that pressure, though, and embraces the expected leadership that comes with the Cardinals' commitment.
"Pressure is definitely a part of the game, and I think it brings...
The Arizona Cardinals have announced that they signed defensive tackle Calais Campbell to a five-year contract today. He’ll no longer be under the franchise tag for the 2012 season, now that he has a new deal. The Cardinals have scheduled a 1pm press conference for Friday.
Campbell is one of the Cardinals’ brightest young stars and locking him up to a long-term deal was...
Extensions are always nice, especially when they are worth so much. The Arizona Cardinals and Calais Campbell agree on a 5-year $55 million, $31 million guaranteed, according to a league source on Friday.
The 6-foot-8, 300-pound lineman had 51 tackles and 22 assisted tackles last season. He also had eight sacks, two forced fumbles, 11 passes defended, one fumble recovery, his first...
This was a bold draft for the Arizona Cardinals, who acted more like a team on the verge of contention than one in rebuilding mode. It’s a fine strategy if Kevin Kolb works out, but if their quarterback situation remains a question mark, this could set them back.
Michael Floyd was a luxury pick, but does give Larry Fitzgerald the support he needs. It also shifts Early Doucet back...
The Arizona Cardinals reportedly agreed with veteran defensive end Calais Campbell on a five-year contract extension. Campbell's signing is expected to be announced Friday, according to the Arizona Republic and NFL.com. It will provide salary-cap relief for signing rookies and extensions for other key defensive players. The deal, which is worth $55 million, according to NFL...
Cardinals rookie Bobby Massie, a fourth-round draft pick, will get every chance to be the team's starting right tackle in 2012.
55 million over 5 years is a lot of money, but Campbell is worth every penny of it. One of the best defensive linemen in the league, he doesn’t turn 26 until September 1st. ProFootballFocus ranked him the #2 3-4 defensive end behind Justin Smith last year with 9 sacks, 9 quarterback hits, and 28 pressures. He also graded positively against the run and led the league in batted passes...
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By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer
The Arizona Cardinals have re-signed defensive end Calais Campbell.
Campbell signed a five-year contract with Cardinals. His new contract is worth $55 million.
He will receive $36 million over the next three years. And his new contract is more than the six-year, $56 million dollar contract that Darnell...
The Arizona Cardinals have reached agreement on a five-year contract with franchised defensive end Calais Campbell, Darren Urban of AZCardinals.com reports. A press conference will be held on Friday to officially announce the extension. Financial terms were not disclosed, but the extension will presumably lower the $10.605 million cap number Campbell would have had if the two sides...