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Stephens-Howling, Johnson, Toler Among Cardinals Unrestricted Free Agents

February 2nd, 2013 at 6:39 AM
By Steve Smith

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Thirteen Arizona Cardinals, including LaRod Stephens-Howling, Rashad Jennings and Greg Toler, are unrestricted free agents, according to the list released by the National Football League's Player Association (NFLPA).

The following are Cardinals players that have accrued at least four years in the league. They are listed in alphabetical order:

Michael Adams: CB  - five years

D'Anthony Batiste: OL, six years

Nick Eason: DE, 10 years

Quentin Groves:  LB, five years

Vonnie Holliday:  DE, 15 years

Brian Hoyer: QB, four years

Rashad Johnson: S, four years

Paris Lenon: LB, 11 years

Pat McQuistan: OL, seven years

Rich Ohrnberger:  OL, four years

James Sanders: S, eight years

LaRod Stephens-Howling: RB, four years

Greg Toler: CB, four years

Which Cardinals would you sign and which ones would you pass on?

NFL Awards Night

Tonight is the night we'll find out who will win the annual Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award at the NFL Awards Show in New Orleans. Arizona wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald is a finalist, along with Joe Thomas of the Cleveland Browns and Jason Witten of the Dallas Cowboys.

Super Bowl XLVII prediction

The Cardinals101 pick for tomorrow's Super Bowl is in: Ravens, 23, 49ers 20. Both teams are very evenly matched but we give the edge to the Ravens because of their special teams. All-Pro Jacoby Jones is a very dangerous returner and in a game that should be close (the Niners are 3.5 point favorites), can the very shaky David Akers be trusted? The 49ers kicker missed 13 field goals in the regular season and clanked one off the upright for another miss in the NFC Championship game against Atlanta. Very concerning.

Baltimore just seems like a team of destiny. Quarterback Joe Flacco has been red hot in the playoffs and the Ravens should ride a wave of emotion in what will be future Hall Of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis' final game. Can you imagine what his pre-game speech will be like? Wow. They'll be partying down at the Baltimore Inner Harbor after the Ravens capture their second Lombardi Trophy.








Tags: Arizona, Arizona Cardinals, Brian Hoyer, D'Anthony Batiste, Football, Greg Toler, Jason Witten, Joe Flacco, Joe Thomas, LaRod Stephens-Howling, Larry Fitzgerald, NFL, Nick Eason, Paris Lenon, Quentin Groves, Rashad Jennings, Ray Lewis, Vonnie Holliday

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