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Starting linebacker Clark Haggans is returning to the Arizona Cardinals after signing a one-year contract.
Haggans (6-feet-4, 243 pounds) has played with the Cardinals for the past four years, after eight seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He started all 16 games in 2011 and registered 54 tackles, three sacks, three passes defensed, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery. For his career, he has recorded 495 tackles and 46.5 sacks in 163 games.
He was originally a fifth-round draft pick out of Colorado State in 2000.
To make room on the roster, linebacker Broderick Binns was released.
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The Arizona Cardinals have re-signed outside linebacker Clark Haggans to a 1-year contract.
Haggans has played the last four seasons with Arizona after eight years with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Last year, he started all 16 games with 54 tackles, three sacks, three passes defended, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.
Re-signing him adds some veteran experience at a position...
The Arizona Cardinals announced they have re-signed linebacker Clark Haggans, who has spent the last four years of his previous 12 NFL seasons with the Cards, to a one-year deal. Last year, starting all 16 games, Haggans had 54 tackles and three sacks. OBrien Schofield is expected to replace Haggans in the starting lineup this season across from Sam Acho, but Haggans has been as...
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