Bashaud Breeland set for visits with Colts, Cardinals

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Cornerback Bashaud Breeland is ready for his second shot at free agency this offseason.

Breeland agreed to a deal with the Panthers early in free agency, but never became a member of the team because of a failed physical. Breeland needed a skin graft to repair a cut to his foot and the condition led to a waiting game for Breeland to be well enough to pursue work with another team.

That time appears to have arrived. Rob Demovsky of reports that Breeland is visiting the Colts on Wednesday and is scheduled to meet with the Cardinals on Thursday. Demovsky adds that Breeland is expected to pass a physical at this point.

Breeland, who spent the last four seasons with Washington, would give Indy an experienced corner to go with Quincy Wilson, Kenny Moore and Nate Hairston. The Cardinals have Brandon Williams, Marcus Williams and Bene Benwikere on hand as options to match with Patrick Peterson.

8 responses to “Bashaud Breeland set for visits with Colts, Cardinals

  1. Whenever Bashaud Breeland books a flight, he always gets put in first class. The airlines aren’t quite sure what he’s famous for, but by the name they know he must be someone important.

  2. Any quality free agents still shopping themselves around at this point, especially to crap or rebuilding franchises, are red flags.

    No thank you.

  3. Breeland was a training camp all-star and a gameday average joe. One play, he would look like Revis, the next he would look like the Oakland version of DeAngelo Hall. No consistency in his gameplay at all. Good luck.

  4. Seeing the Cardinals have nothing more than a sign that says, ‘please don’t throw it to this guy’ on the other side of PP the Cardinals are interested.

  5. kamthechancellor says:
    May 16, 2018 at 5:49 pm
    Who was in that list of trash opposite Patrick Peterson? Baker is the best player on that defense…probably the best player on the entire team.

    Uhhh, Arizona’s defense is far better than that crapshow up there in SEA the Hawks have . The Cardinals defense ranked #4 via DVOA just last year and have multiple players that are amongst the best players at their positions, along with one of the top outside pass rushing duo’s in the NFL. SEA defense is going to be amongst the NFLs worst, relying on draft busts like Dion Jordan and Mingo as pass rushers. Arizona’s again will again be one of the leagues best.

  6. LOL Seafrauds fans have no basis to chide other teams’ secondary after making Drew Stanton look like a starting QB in their loss to him. Julio Jones and Matt Ryan would like to thank the Seafrauds for padding their stats year after year after year. Enjoy 4th place 2013s, the honeymoon’s over!

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