Found January 16, 2014 on cover32 - Cardinals:
PLAYERS: Jay Feely
TEAMS: Arizona Cardinals
The Arizona Cardinals need a kicker with Jay Feely set to become a free agent. Enter Havard Rugland. Rugland (shown above kicking with Detroit in the preseason) is reportedly getting a tryout with the Cardinals, according to Darren Urban of the team’s official website. But have you seen his video? Check it out here. It’s an interesting video and has a few trick shots and things that aren’t relevant to the NFL. But the guy has a leg on him for sure. So, would you sign Rugland? Let us know in the comments below. You may also be interested in:Could the Cards be Kickalicious?Cardinals Roster Review: Offensive LineGive Cardinals President Michael Bidwill the credit he deserves

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