Report: Tyson Clabo to work out with Cardinals

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The Cardinals are reportedly visiting with one of the top remaining unsigned offensive tackles.

Arizona is slated to put veteran right tackle Tyson Clabo through a workout on Monday, Adam Caplan of reported.

A 10th-year pro, the 32-year-old Clabo made 15 starts at right tackle for the Dolphins in 2013 after nine seasons with Atlanta (2004-2012).

If signed, Clabo would likely compete to start at right tackle. Eric Winston, who started 16 games on the right side for Arizona in 2013, remains an unrestricted free agent.

The Cardinals signed former Raiders left tackle Jared Veldheer early in free agency to protect Carson Palmer’s blind side.

The Cardinals begin three days of mandatory minicamp practices on Tuesday.

6 responses to “Report: Tyson Clabo to work out with Cardinals

  1. They’d be better off signing some new LBs after letting Karlos Dansby get away, and losing Daryl Washington to being an idiot.

  2. Man AZ has a gang of LB’s on the roster. AZ has a youngster drafted in the second round of last years draft from LSU. Last time they drafted a ILB in the second round it was D Wash. It is sad what happened to D Wash but the band is playing on the desert. This is more likely a depth move or to ramp up the competition at RT.

  3. Considering Miami is rebuilding its entire O-line it is significant that they didn’t want Clabo back even as a backup.
    Not much gas left in his tank. They tell me Phoenix has a great retirement community.

  4. So now we know: the reason Miami drafted J’wuan James for Right Tackle was because if they had not done so, the Cardinals drafting next would have…and all the experts thought Miami “reached”… yeah, they wish! If folks don’t think after signing Clabo that the Cards were NOT thinking about drafting James, then they do not understand that like Miami the Cards have also had bad offensive lines for years.

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