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The Cardinals may be thinking about addressing their pass rush with former Atlanta Falcons veteran John Abraham, according to Mike Jurecki and Adam Shefter. Abraham has visited several teams since being released in March, including the Seahawks, Titans, Broncos, and Patriots, but his asking price may have been to steep for any of them to bite on the 35-year-old.
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After bolstering their offensive line earlier in the day with the signing of free-agent right tackle Eric Winston, the Cardinals made a move to strengthen their pass rush later Thursday, reportedly agreeing to terms with veteran defensive end John Abraham on a two-year deal.
The 35-year-old Abraham spent the last seven seasons with the Falcons and posted 68.5 sacks in that time...
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Cardinals have signed free agent defensive end John Abraham to a two-year contract.
DE John Abraham has just signed with #Cardinals, I'm told. It's a 2-year deal. And his FA odyssey is over.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) July 25, 2013
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Mike Jurecki is “hearing” that free agent DE/OLB John Abraham is visiting with the Cardinals on Wednesday.
Abraham, 35, remains one of the best available free agents. Although he’s coming off of a season in which he totaled 10 sacks for the Falcons defense, there has been very little buzz surrounding him in the past few months.
Previous reports indicated that Abraham’s asking...
The Arizona Cardinals, looking to bolster their defensive attack, have agreed to a two-year contract with DE/OLB John Abraham. While terms were not disclosed, Abraham should be a solid addition to the team.
Sitting with 122 career sacks, the 35-year-old should continue to play at a high level, although a limitation of his time on the field during games could come into play.
I'm pretty sure free agent John Abraham - at some point or another - visited with all 32 teams in the league, or at least it seemed he was on the full-country tour. It seems as though his patience has paid off to the tune of a 2-year, $6,000,000 deal in Arizona.
Cardinals signed John Abraham.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 25, 2013
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John Abraham might not be unemployed too much longer.
Mike Jurecki of XTRA 910 is reporting that Abraham is visiting with the Cardinals on Wednesday.
Hearing free agent DE/OLB John Abraham is visiting the #Cardinals today, drafted in 2000, 122 career sacks & 32.5 sacks in the last 3 years.
— Mike Jurecki (@mikejurecki) July 24, 2013
The thirteen year veteran has 122 career...
John Abraham wants to put the finishing touches on what he believes to be a Hall of Fame career while chasing his first Super Bowl.
The four-time Pro Bowl selection will attempt to accomplish both goals as a member of the Arizona Cardinals this season -- and maybe one more.
The 35-year-old defensive end has agreed to a two-year deal with the Cards after spending the last seven...
The Arizona Cardinals have signed former Falcons DE John Abraham to a two year deal on Thursday, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Abraham spent the last 7 seasons with the Falcons and is the active leader in sacks with 122.
After the draft, I ranked the top-18 remaining free agents and John Abraham (#1) and Eric Winston (#3) were both very high on that list. The Cardinals snatched them up in one day and they both will help two very weak points on the Cardinals’ team, their pass rush and their offensive line. However, both of them are kind of odd fits. Abraham will have to move to outside linebacker...
The Arizona Cardinals have opted to waive former fourth-round pick O’Brien Schofield. The former Wisconsin star suffered an injury ankle last year that ended his season and was expendable when the Cardinals signed John Abraham to a two-year contract. Schofield, who is still young and was expected to do great things just a few short years ago should get another shot somewhere.
Free agent defensive end John Abraham and free agent offensive tackle Eric Winston are both on the Cardinals' radar going into training camp.
Former Falcons DE John Abraham is visiting the Arizona Cardinals today, as XTRA 910 Phoenix reported.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 24, 2013
Cardinals have an offer on the table to DE John Abraham, who visited there today,...