Cards add G Colledge UPDATE

Posted by Darren Urban on July 28, 2011 – 9:15 am

Teams can’t announce any of their free-agent agreements until Friday at 3 p.m. Arizona time, but obviously, news has leaked out about many players. It’s not any easier to learn about a signing than when the player himself does it, like new Cards’ guard Daryn Colledge, who has agreed to come to Arizona after starting for the Super Bowl champ Green Bay Packers on the left side. Jason Wilde of reports it’s a five-year deal worth between $27 and $29 million. It’s a solid and necessary move after the retirement of Alan Faneca.

As of now, the Cards have Colledge for LG, Levi Brown at LT and either Jeremy Bridges or Brandon Keith at RT. C Lyle Sendlein and RG Deuce Lutui remain unattached and I would think the Cards would like both back (although Sendlein is more likely, while Lutui might be looking to move). Rex Hadnot could be the RG too. And I wouldn’t be shocked to see the Cards go after another OL, which would be necessary if Lutui and/or Sendlein leave.

UPDATE: Some comments from a Colledge interview on “Green and Gold Today” this morning. Colledge said Philadelphia, Washington and St. Louis were talking to him as well, but Arizona was closer to family in the West. He grew up in North Pole, Alaska, by the way. “I think (the Cardinals) have a lot of pieces there right now,” Colledge said. “It’s an exciting new project for me. It’s a chance to help them turn it around. When you have a chance to go from last to first, that’s a challenge.”

“Hopefully I can make an impact right away,” he added.

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85 Responses to “Cards add G Colledge UPDATE”

  1. By kolb2fitz on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply


    will the cardinals be looking to still add to the o-line even after this signing?

  2. By Darren Urban on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    kolb2fitz —

    RE: OLine

    Yes. They have to.

  3. By Isaak from England on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Yes, this is a step in the right direction. Good thinking KW and Cards front office. Now please just keep DRC and i’ll be chuffed!!!

  4. By b-rad on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Sweet! Finally some line help….

  5. By cardsalltheway on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Didn’t you “announce” a(blocking) no-name TE?

  6. By Scharf on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    This was a good move. Hopefully he will be a good lineman!

    Darren, any chance we bring back Reggie Wells? I know he played LG, but perhaps he could be good at the RG spot?

  7. By Darren Urban on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Scharf —

    RE: Reggie Wells

    I don’t know if he’d be high on the list.

  8. By joe holst on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    lotta money for an average lineman… Should have used that for Breaston

  9. By cardsalltheway on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    The NFL is a “detailed” league, isn’t that what Ken W. isn’t? I’d say he’s more political and cares more about who sits next to who or tries to play on players’ physique. The NFL has NOW changed, which doesn’t help Ken W. 🙂

  10. By VoiceofReason on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Colledge is a good player — better than Lutui or last year’s Faneca — and is an instant upgrade for us.

    How about Leonard Davis on the right side???

  11. By Andrew sits down on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    DC – Alaska born, GB reared, now to AZ – Welcome DC. Keep our QB upright, last longer & be more effective than Faneca. Plenty of undrafted rookies to choose from but keep filling the holes/replacing the also-rans. We need more OL strength & a healthy vet wide receiver too, preferably controversy free. Keep the faith fellow Cards fans. Darren – you keep us well informed. Thanks

  12. By suspence716 on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Hey cardinals, i just wanted to say thanks for lying to me again about how “aggressive” u were going to be once the lockout ended……. Well in case u hadn’t noticed, due to ur lame and boring approach to free agency, all the players are being scooped up while we sit back n trade one of our best players and a draft pick for an unproven who of a quarterback? Just wanted to say thanks again for convincing me to get the nfl package n root on my backup team the patroits cause at least they act like an NFL football team n not just a bunch of hacks that talk a good game plan but never follow through. Cardinals 4- 12 this year, if they are lucky!

  13. By Bay Area Bad Boy on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Good move,

    We need some protection for our QB. Now hopefully they can sign a QB now.
    I like Orton for a 2nd Round draft pick instead of giving up DRC and a draft pick for Kolb.

  14. By cardsalltheway on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Great, a guard who can protect who? Don’t tell me it’s someone Ken W. is unable to support or show any confidence in? Does Ken W. know why it seems he is about to do a deal with the Eagles? It is because the brilliant Eagles coach built up his QB rather than tear him down as QB Ken W. is known to do the opposite. HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa?

  15. By firemagoo on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Any chance we have some offers out there to cb’s contingent on the Kolb/DRC trade? Obviously we can’t say we signed someone until the trade is done or we throw our leverage away but there are still quite a few good corners available. Joseph, cromartie, Clements, asoumgha (just not for us though $$$). Also this seems like last year when we all thought we needed a McFadden replacement but found that the team is really high on toler. You get the feeling he will be the starter?

  16. By TSHIF on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply


    been hearing a lot of rumors floating around that Heap may end up here. I know we already agreed to terms with king out of Carolina, but with breaston leaving you think we would be looking at another receiver to fill the gap and play the middle of the field. What are you hearing on Heap?

  17. By Darren Urban on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Tshif —

    RE: Heap

    I don’t expect him. With Spach likely back to go with S. Skelton, King, Housler and Dray, that’s five TEs.

  18. By john on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Is it more reasonable to resign team veterans or go after other veteran free agents ?

  19. By Darren Urban on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    John —

    RE: Ours vs theirs

    Really has to be on a case-by-case basis.

  20. By brad oneill on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    this is a good pick up, I am glad to see something positive happen, this guy still has tread on the tires.. I am still mourning the loss of Breaston and bracing for the loss of Lutui but at least my team is only bleeding and not completely dead.

  21. By mrnickscott on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Darren, do you know of any other line prospects we are currently talking to? Or any other free agents outside of the QB’s that we are currently pursuing? Are there any others close to signing?

  22. By Darren Urban on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Mrnick —

    RE: Other targets

    Kent Somers reporting the Cards are talking to Phil LB Stewart Bradley.

  23. By maham on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    suspence716- chill. teams can’t even announce fa signings until tomorrow. the only reason you are hearing so much about other teams is because of loose lips. im sure there is more going on than we are hearing about – so chill…..better yet jump off the wagon and go root for your beloved patriots

  24. By ProSportsPhoenix on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Another hole filled. Good reliable player.

  25. By Dustin Whitlock on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply


    is it possible that the cardinalss go after clements that the 49ers just realease if they give up DRC?

  26. By Darren Urban on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Dustin —

    RE: Clements

    Would think they’d want younger than a 32-yr old.

  27. By cahongisto on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    any receiving options because now without steve were a young and drops prone unit well except for fits… i joked with my buddy theyd bring ocho in on a cheap deal … we shouldnt expect anything like that should we?

  28. By Scott McDonald on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    suspence716 – who would you have liked the cardinals to sign? remember, if there isn’t a solution, it’s a not a problem…

  29. By DCG on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    What about receiver? Steve Smith would be a great fit.

  30. By Jim in Missouri on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Darren, I see a report on CBS Sports site that Kolb wants an extension with $30 million guaranteed. If that’s the case and it’s a hard-line demand, and what Fitz would then want for his new deal, given the difference in experience and accomplishment in this league so far, would you be shocked to see this fall apart?

    I don’t have anything against Kolb, but our defense last year was a disaster. Adding Peterson helps, but then getting rid of DRC would seem to put us right back in that bad situation this season.

  31. By Darren Urban on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Jim in —

    RE: Kolb contract

    I think the Cards had an idea what Kolb would be demanding when they got into this thing.

  32. By cards62 on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Does any one know anything about Daryn Colledge?
    I have several friends who are die hard packer fans and trek upto the frozen tundra every year from Tennessee to see a game and they like this guy.

    Packers say they have young line talent and did not need him back.

    Football free agency ranking I read had him as the 4th best interior lineman available and interesting point they wrote was “he is a better pass blocker than run blocker”.
    They had him rated higher than Lutui.

    They had Steve Breaston as 12th best available free agent WR.

    Darren – Has there been any Duece Lutui sightings anywhere in America?
    How can such a big man keep hidden so well?
    Darren – I will trade you all 5 of our TEs and I will throw in 2 QBs for either Zach Miller or Todd Heap.

    Go Cards

  33. By Jim in Missouri on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    If that’s the case, then I hope the coaches and front office know what they are doing. Then again, they talked all last preseason about how confident they were that they could “coach up” Derek Anderson to be the answer at QB.

    If Kolb, with 7 career NFL starts, 11 TDs and 14 interceptions is worth $30 million guaranteed, what do you think Fitz should expect for guaranteed money? $60 million? $90 million?

    I hope they are not painting themselves into a corner where they get Kolb (and give up too much in the process, imo) to appease Fitz, then Fitz walks because we won’t give him the contract he deserves in comparison to what they give Kolb.

  34. By Rodgerscromartie17 on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    well i hear the trade has been made, wow, what a joke, this team doesnt deserve sh!t close to a superbowl, now we have NO exp at corner, and we just threw a first round draft pick plus some out the window for a 3rd round pick whodoesnt even have half of a season under his belt, I pray for new managment next season once fitz leaves

  35. By Bay Area Bad Boy on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Simple solution: Keep your pro bowl cornerback. Don’t trade him for an unproven prospect that had a couple of good games but got knocked out with a concusion and could not regain his starting position. and if he is asking for 30 mil. He can stay in Philly. Don’t let your tested and proven players go elsewhere.

  36. By Vince on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Hey Darren,

    Do you think Cards are looking at Leonard Davis as another potential lineman?

  37. By Darren Urban on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Vince —

    RE: Leonard Davis

    I wouldn’t rule it out. Might depend on what Big Len wants for a contract these days.

  38. By Chrystal on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Good Luck Daryn, we will miss you in Green Bay but you have fun in Arizona!!

  39. By D on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    I see some progress…they have to resign Sendlein today…probably bring in another OL, a Tackle. MLB with Bradley would be good…he is a good tackler when healthy…still need a Corner and OLB as far as guys not from last year’s roster…

  40. By D on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Also need a backup DT…any news on if they want to keep Branch?

  41. By Darren Urban on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    D —

    RE: Branch

    I think they’d like to keep him, yes. No news though.

  42. By CHRIS on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Darren –

    With several tackle options available, and Levi Brown consistently rated one of the worst starting tackles in all of football, is it seriously the plan to keep him as a starter at the most important position on the OL? Has there been any talk about going out and acquiring at least a mediocre tackle?

    What is the point of getting a new QB when Levi will get him injured by week 6?

  43. By Staff Sergeant TIm Roberts on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    I’m looking at this addintion as a step in the right direction. In any sport theres give and take, and football is no exception. I don’t agree with DRC leaving the team for Kolb. He was turning into a good leader for the team from what I did see of him. Yeah, he would get burned every now and then, but it wasn’t often and last year was a bad year for the ENTIRE team. But we do need a QB with some talent and if Kolbs what we can get, then thats what we get. The big thing I would think, is getting the right balance between both offense and defense right now. Signing guys who have been in the system would be a priority right now for me, and I think thats what the “headshed” is focusing on. That and it would make the season a little easier to move into when the people who are there are familiar with the coaching staff and the plays being run. Its been bad enough that the lockout went on as long as it did, but now you wanna add new players to a shortened system and timeline? Nah, bad business. Good luck guys! We can win, but its going to be a uphill battle for us this year

  44. By Jim in Missouri on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Darren, did Leonard Davis burn some bridges when he left the first time? Maybe I’m thinking about someone else, but I remember some shots being taken at the organization on his way out the door.

    Another question, are you surprised there hasn’t been any word on the draft picks being signed yet? I see teams like the 49ers have signed all of their picks already, and wonder how serious Arizona is about getting things done. They talk a good game, but seem to be spinning their wheels an awful lot.

    I know they are trying to get about 1,000 things done all at the same time, but it’s not like this should be a surprise that things are hectic.

  45. By Darren Urban on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Jim in —

    RE: Leonard/draft picks

    I have not heard about draft picks yet. As for Davis, if he can play and for the right price, it’s usually easy to kiss and make up. Besides, I don’t remember Davis taking any potshots. The Cards were ready to let him go and he was ready to go home to Dallas back then.

  46. By Andre on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Arizona Cardinals – This is a total long shot, but it would also make sense for both sides. Miller, an Arizona native and Arizona State graduate, could play for his hometown team, and the Cardinals could replace the immortal Stephen Spach with a tight end that can actually make a play in the passing game. Miller would be a fantastic No. 3 option behind superstar Larry Fitzgerald and budding receiver Steve Breaston, and would maybe give Fitzgerald another reason to remain a Cardinal next season.

  47. By azcards24 on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Off the subject-but colledge is good news!
    With breaston gone and no #2 reciever. will it be roberts spot for sure, or you think the cards will bring in someone? if so what kinda player,big name or under the radar free agent/trade? (thanks darren best nfl blog of all 32 teams.)

  48. By Darren Urban on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    azcards24 —

    RE: WR

    As I have mentioned many times, I would think they’d look at a vet WR but I don’t know any names.

  49. By D-Dub on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply


    Honestly….. is Orton higher on the Cards list than Kolb? It seems as though the deal with Kolb is dependant on Orton. Personally I would much rather us get Orton but not up to me.

    Also is there a possibility Cards could still go after a OT like Jamaal Brown, Charlie Johnson, Jonathan Scott or Tyler Polumbus?

  50. By Ben on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    when can I buy my kolb jersey?

  51. By azcards24 on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    kolb a cardinal its official!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!drc and a 2nd round

  52. By Jesse Robles on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Just got Kolb, cant wait for DA 2.0

  53. By D-Dub on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply


    Scratch that question about Kolb and Orton but I would still like an answer about the OT question

  54. By Brandon LA on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    hate seeing fan favorites leave, but can’t complain with football around the corner. Wish breaston well, welcome some great OL with colledge.

    I know video department is most likely a mad house, as well as the rest of cards departments, but i would like to request more videos… that would be fun!! (i still love your articles darren don’t worry and your blog…love the blog)

  55. By Darren Urban on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Brandon LA —

    RE: Videos

    Trust me, there will be plenty when camp starts. Tough to do videos when no players/coaches are around.

  56. By CardsAllDay on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    definitely just saw on nfl network that the cards just traded drc and a 2nd round pick for kolb… Darren is this true?

  57. By Chris Freeman on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    DArren –

    Booooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!!! really , Kolb, is he really worth it, i mean lets look back……. out of all the other possible options, ideally a 1st rnd pick in DRC and a second. Was denver really asking too much for Orton. I would rather see Bulger. I dont know but if AZ needs the deep ball, Kob i really don think is the answer. Bad move.

  58. By Chris Freeman on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply


  59. By joe67 on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Cards 62……..and others
    Saw some comments on one site, most said he is a nice guy and glad he is gone. Most penalized on line, and gave up the most sax.
    I have no idea about him whatsoever. Just saying what I read.

  60. By Ottis Anderson Fan on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Reliable player who has started all 16 games the last three seasons and played in all 16 games his first five season. Good move although I’m not sure of the wisdom of letting Breaston leave with only a 1-yr player and an injury-prone Doucet to fill the void.

  61. By clssylssy on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    If anyone has paid attention to what Fitz has said all along, he wants to be on a team that has a shot at winning the SB or at the very least making the trip back. Where is the logic in trading away proven players and promising an unproven QB the bank? Signing Daryn from the Packers will impress a lot of people just because he is from the Packers and I hope he is able “to help turn this organization around”…sounds kinda grandiose to me…lol! Is Larry Fitzgerald gonna be our one man team? Oh, given his history with Todd Haley and Haley’s way of getting what he wants I have a feeling that Haley has already started shopping real estate for him. The Seahawks are doing a fine job of aggressively signing proven FAs…As I said previously, another rebuilding year (catch phrase for sorry fans we want your money but haven’t got a clue yet), not retooling…the tools have been given away!

  62. By Bob Diesel on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    I didn’t know there were so many cry babies on this website.

  63. By Andrew on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    seattle signing proven free agents?? As in Tavaris Jackson proving that he is worthless?? Kolb was by far the best available qb this offseason and the Cardinals got him. If Orton was even close then the Cardinals would have taken him for a much lower price tag.

    My favorite post on here is the one that says he’ll trade all 5 of our TE’s for miller or heap and I couldn’t agree more, let’s not lie to ourselves, we are absolutely terrible at the spot.

    As encouraged by Darren I’ll be saving my overall judgment for down the road, especially because we know so little so far. So here’s to hopin we get a quality corner, a veteran wr, some lineman, and some linebackers!!! It’s a long list but now that we have our qb, it’s on!!

  64. By eric c on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    I’m starting to feel a little better.I still wish we hadn’t traded away DRC but I understand the need for a QB…I like this Colledge move as well.LB Stewart Bradley and WR Malcom Floyd would be solid additions…hey Darren…any word on Tim Hightower??

  65. By Darren Urban on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Eric C —

    RE: Hightower

    I would think he’d return.

  66. By Brian R on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Wow thats a lot of money for a lineman.. Hope hes worth the big bucks. Welcome! Happy you’re a Cardinal!

  67. By Sackman on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Ist of all WR Floyd would be an oustanding pickup. 2nd of all Leonard Davis would not be. He is only good for maybe the first half of the game, after that he slows down and won’t give you a complete game. Too slow can’t block once he wears down. Ask Tony Romo?

    Darren any word on the black jersey’s this year? How many games will we have with that jersey?

  68. By Darren Urban on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Sackman —

    RE: Black jerseys

    Sorry, but the jerseys are low on the totem pole for me right now.

  69. By Jzoully on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    We have addressed a need, might we go out for Matt Light or Tyson Clabo, so we can maybe put Brandon Keith as a guard? And would Shaun O’Hara be a target for us if we can’t sign Lyle Seindline

  70. By Andres on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Todd Heap is going to be A free agent ravens are going to let him go and the cards hasent ever had a bad as T.E. Wiz will get him here in AZ and it wont be a hard sale, check it Kolb to Ftiz and to Todd heap when lb cant keep up with this guy. Done deal Todd Heap will be on this team>>>>

  71. By cardsalltheway on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Eagle fans are calling us “suckers.”

  72. By cardsalltheway on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    The most expensive doesn’t always mean the best. Does Ken W. always order the most expensive meal on the menu, play the most expensive golf courses? I once worked for a recruiting company, I was told not to recruit anyone from West Virginia, if it were me I’d have included Georgia in the mix. I’d wager that there WILL be another QB(or two) the Cardinals could have had this year that does better than Kolb. In fact, Kolb could go down and John Skelton could stand up on his own. Ken W. should not get any credit if this happens.

  73. By Knight Dwellr on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Local guy Todd Heap, a Mesa Mountain View graduate and former Arizona State Sun Devil.
    Heap was one of many players to work out with Larry Fitzgerald during the offseason. He has local ties. It’s hard to belive that he’s 10 seasons young,
    Plus, he would be the perfect guy to show rookie Robert Housler the ropes as a great pass-catching tight end.

  74. By Tx Cards fan on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Colledge sounds great. Now bring in Max Starks from the Steelers and have Brown and Keith compete on the right side for tackle. We need to put some bigs in front of Kolb and the RB’s. With no line its unfair to judge them.

  75. By againstthegrain on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    darren, thanks for all of your hard work keeping us all informed. i think you and yours deserve a medal for standing in the line of fire and taking a lot of heat for the front offices decisions. i believe that we the fans have every right to be frustrated and to vent over the ineptitude…. real or imagined…. of the cards management. hell we’re the ones who buy the overpriced jerseys, beer, stadium food, etc…. if the product/decisions ain’t good we’re going to bitch.

  76. By scott023 on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    We have our QB, like him or not. We know without a stronger OL, it would not matter which QB was there. The OL this is where you spend your money and spend it on the best. With our new defensive coach, he wants cornerbacks that are not afraid to mix it up and be ball hawks. DRC was very good. However I am not sure his type of play, not liking to mix it up and jumping the ball and missing at times cost points and the game.I think the type of coverage and game plan will be much differant. I don’t think DRC would fit well in this type of defense. He is great and I am sure he will do well, I loved it when he would steal the ball and hated it when he got burned. We will miss him either way.

  77. By Keegan on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply


    Do you know when we’ll sign Patrick Peterson?

  78. By Darren Urban on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Keegan —

    RE: PP signing

    Hopefully soon. But no, I don’t know.

  79. By Tbru on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Blow up the whole line from last year and start over

  80. By Ottis Anderson Fan on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    What Colledge really meant to say…

    “When you get a chance to go from first to last, that’s always a challenge.”

  81. By Matt Whetstine on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    What an awesome signing to hear about. He was a great LT at Boise St., who was shifted to guard by the Packers due to not having a need at T. I could see them playing him at LG or even replacing Levi Brown at LT. We need to shore up the OL, get a TE with a name in the league (AKA Heap or Miller, but I suspect Heap will get a plug since he may be cheaper and help organized workouts here during the lockout), a top rated CB to replace DRC, a FS that can play a good share of the game, a #3 WR, and maybe an outside LB to replace Porter. of course, that’s not easy when you killed your cap wasting it on a guy like Kolb when you have Skelton and all you really needed was a guy like Bulger to mentor or a guy like Hasselbeck to start for a season while mentoring. Of course, maybe we’ll get lucky and Kolb will really stink, the defense can stop anybody, we win the Andrew Luck sweepstakes, and keep Larry Fitzgerald.

  82. By Tbru on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    I’ll take Miller over Heap, we have to be a football team, not a resort for old football players to get one last hurrah before riding off into the sunset. They aren’t all going to be Kurt Warners.

  83. By Dewayne on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    I am glad to see the front office is finally spending some cash for the fans. I am one excited cardinal fan. Go Cardinals!!!!

  84. By redcity on Jul 29, 2011 | Reply

    darren what happen to “being aggressive” all the good FA are being sign wen is coach Ken Whisenhunt planning on “being aggressive” we still have plenty of holes to fill

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