STRATEGY AND PERSONNEL
The coaching staff and pro scouts are in the process of evaluating free agents now. But re-signing a couple of their own players should be the team's priority.
General manager Rod Graves continues to negotiate with the agent for defensive end Calais Campbell. If Campbell isn't signed to a multi-year deal, the team will use the franchise tag to restrict his options.
Cornerback Richard Marshall is also a priority. He became a starter midway through the year, and also played safety when Kerry Rhodes was injured.
--SS Adrian Wilson played all of last season with a torn right biceps tendon. No surgery was required and Wilson is healthy entering the offseason.
--LG Daryn Colledge underwent surgery on an elbow this offseason. Colledge said it was not a major procedure but was one that he had been putting off for a few years. He is expected to be healthy for the entire offseason.
QUOTE TO NOTE: "I know how the NFL works. Anything is possible. I just try to keep my mind clear and do what I can on my end. I plan on having a great year and being a Cardinal for a long time." -- QB Kevin Kolb on rumors of the Cardinals' interest in Peyton Manning.
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