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Mark Anderson visits Cardinals

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The Cardinals placed a pair of linebackers on injured reserve on Monday, ending their seasons and leaving themselves shorthanded on defense.

One way they could remedy that shortage is by signing a currently unemployed veteran and the Cardinals have met with a few of them. Veteran NFL reporter Howard Balzer reports that former Bills defensive end/outside linebacker Mark Anderson visited the team on Monday.

Anderson was cut by the Bills in July after a dismal 2012 season after signing with the team as a free agent. He did have 10 sacks with the Patriots in 2011, however, and would give the Cardinals a veteran option to use in place of Sam Acho and Lorenzo Alexander.

Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reports that the team also hosted linebacker Vic So’oto and defensive end/linebacker Markus White. So’oto was cut by the Redskins this summer and played for the Packers and Raiders last year. White spent time with the Redskins and Buccaneers last season.

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1 Response to “Mark Anderson visits Cardinals”
  1. dcapettini says: Sep 24, 2013 1:23 PM

    Time to spend some of that cap money and bring in Urlacher. He can still play.

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