Cardinals Offseason News & Notes

Calais Campbell remains a top priority for the Cardinals, Adrian Wilson should be healthier entering next season and Peyton Manning rumors are still swirling.

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.

MEDICAL WATCH

--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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