Aaron Wilson reports that the Cardinals still have interest in re-signing veteran RT Eric Winston.
Wilson admits that no deal is imminent, and there is still a chance that Winston will elect to test the open market.
Winston, 30, had an interesting offseason last year to say the least. He was released by the Chiefs after just one year in Kansas City, and although it appeared...
Free agency is less than a week away and most NFL teams are gearing up for the frenzy that awaits. The Arizona Cardinals aren’t in a position to be super aggressive in free agency this offseason, but they do have some room to make a couple of much needed moves.
The Cardinals don’t have a ton of holes, but there are some glaring needs. Everyone is well aware of the need for a...
This week’s mailbag question is a very tough one and it comes from David in Mesa.
If you had to seek out one position in free agency, which one would you get? Why? –David in Mesa
Well, David, that’s the million-dollar question right now for the Cardinals. There is a bumper crop of free agents and the increased salary cap is going to make everybody competitive in free agency...
The NFL’s scouting combine is officially in the books. Some players have seen their stock drop, while others have moved up with outstanding performances. The so-called Underwear Olympics are the first opportunity for the underclassmen to make an impression on NFL scouts, coaches and general managers in person.
Once the combine is complete, many draft experts start to get a better...
The Arizona Cardinals head into free agency with strong needs along the offensive line. What else is new right? It seems that every year the Cardinals are facing the prospect of rebuilding their line on the fly. No matter how many players they draft, and they have drafted plenty, they never seem to find that lasting combination. You know, the ones that almost all championship teams...
The Houston Texans need to address plenty of issues in their current roster and they will use both free agency and the NFL draft to try to address these needs. There are plenty of ways to address team needs and with an extra two million added to the cap space for 2014 the Texans have some room to work.
With very little to address with their own free agents, the Texans are close...
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With every offseason comes change.
Players come and players go. Every team evaluates the talent they have in an attempt to make them the talent they had, in exchange for roster spots to be filled by rookies, free agents, or to give players you already have the opportunity to help the team.
Some players are cut, some are demoted. All in the name of improving...
The Arizona Cardinals have more than a dozen free agents set to hit the market in a few weeks. Let’s take a look at the five they need to retain the most.
5. Alameda Ta’Amu Defensive Lineman
Ta’Amu was a solid contributor in relief of nose tackle Dan Williams. Ta’Amu was able to plug holes and played his role as a backup nose rather well. A torn ACL in the season finale with...
There haven’t been many more outspoken Canes than Eric Winston. He’s as intelligent as they come, for football players, and for humans. Eric is with his third club, the Arizona Cardinals, who play his old team, the Houston Texans this week. We talked to Eric about The U, the bond that all @ProCanes have and life in the NFL. I thought it was a pretty good interview.
Kam Chancellor is a beast and Arizona Cardinal’s offensive lineman Eric Winston found that out the hard way on Thursday night. Check out Eric trying to block Kam, and it backfiring in a bad way.
Did Kam Chancellor just pancake an OL ?
— Andrew Siciliano (@AndrewSiciliano) October 18, 2013
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GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Cardinals coach Bruce Arians couldn't say much about the addition of offensive tackle Eric Winston on Thursday because the move had not yet been announced.
He didn't have to, as the move essentially speaks for itself.
In adding the veteran Winston, the Cardinals raised the stakes in the battle for starting spots on the offensive line, putting pressure...
Offensive tackle Eric Winston says he has agreed to a one-year contract with the Arizona Cardinals.
Winston confirmed the signing in an interview with SiriusXM NFL Radio. He says he understands he will be competing for playing time but he expects to be the starter at right tackle.
Winston also talked about joining the Cardinals in a series of comments via Twitter. Winston started...
The Cardinals have reached agreement on a 1-year contract with offensive right tackle Eric Winston who will compete for a starting job.
Winston 29 started for the Chiefs last season after spending his first six years in the NFL with the Texans.
Both teams released Winston primarily for salary and cap reasons according to reports.
The addition of Winston 6-feet-6-inches and 305...
The Cardinals added a veteran piece to their offensive line Thursday, signing free-agent tackle Eric Winston to a one-year contract.
The 29-year-old Winston will be expected to compete for a starting job, likely with youngsters Bobby Massie and Nate Potter at right tackle. Winston spent last year with the Chiefs after spending his first six seasons with the Texans; he was released...
We reported last night htat the Cardinals and offensive lineman Eric Winston were closing to working out a contract.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Cardinals and Winston have agreed to a one-year contract.
Cardinals and former Chiefs OT Eric Winston now have reached agreement on a one-year deal that will be signed today.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 25, 2013...
The Cardinals are on the verge of signing offensive tackle Eric Winston according to multiple reports.
That interest could be for several reasons: a.) coaches are unhappy with their current starting tackles Levi Brown and/or Bobby Massie; b.) coaches want more competition in camp. Brown is the only tackle on the roster who has started for more than one season. c.) The Cardinals...
According to ProFootballTalk.com, the Arizona Cardinals are close to signing free agent offensive lineman Eric Winston to a one-year contract.
Eric Winston is closing in on a one-year deal with the Cardinals. Could be done in the next 24 hours.
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) July 25, 2013
Winston would give the Cardinals some much needed help along their line.
Pro Football Talk is reporting that the Cardinals are closing in on a one-year deal with free agent RT Eric Winston.
PFT adds that a deal could be finalized in the next 24 hours.
Winston, 29, was released by the Chiefs early on in free agency, but hasn’t found a lot of serious interest from NFL teams. This year’s free agent class included a number of offensive tackle options...
According to the Washington Post, the Redskins haven’t made an effort to sign free agent offensive tackle Eric Winston this offseason.
The Redskins had some interest last offseason when he was a free agent, but he signed with Kansas City. They didn’t make an effort to sign him this season, our sources say, and yes, price tag does seem to have a lot to do with it.
Michael Gehlken of the Union Tribune San Diego reports that free agent OT Winston Justice is visiting with the Chargers on Monday.
The Chargers have been in contact with free agent offensive tackles since the draft concluded a few weeks ago. In fact, San Diego reportedly had a contract offer out to Bryant McKinnie before he ultimately re-signed with the Ravens. Justice and fellow...
Kansas City Chiefs free agent offensive lineman Eric Winston
will work out for the Miami Dolphins today, according to Albert Breer of
The Dolphins have been in the market for an offensive tackle
since Jake Long signed a lucrative free agent contract with the St. Louis Rams.
After not addressing the need in the draft, Miami has been tied to just about
every available offensive...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, free agent offensive lineman Eric Winston will be working out for the Miami Dolphins on Wednesday.
And Eric Winston also will be working out Wednesday for the Dolphins, per source.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 30, 2013
The reason why Winston is still on the open market is because of his high asking price and teams are concerned about...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, free agent offensive tackle Eric Winston visited with the Tennessee Titans.
Former Chiefs and Texans OT Eric Winston also visited the Titans today.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 29, 2013
Teams have shown plenty of interest in Winston this offseason after being released by the Chiefs, but he’s clearly taking his time in signing with...
The Miami Dolphins had their sights set on Kansas City Chiefs offensive lineman Branden Albert earlier this offseason. While those
talks appear to have stalled, the Dolphins have reportedly turned their
attention to another former Chiefs player. Adam Beasley of The Miami Herald
reports that the Dolphins have “maintained steady dialogue” with free agent offensive
The Miami Dolphins reportedly have been talking with Eric Winston. They were also in the mix to trade with the Chiefs for Branden Albert.