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QB at head of Cardinals’ list; camp starts Friday
Fifteen Cardinals from last season are unrestricted free agents, including starting guard Deuce Lutui and starting center Lyle Sendlein. With the retirement of guard Alan Faneca, that means a possible turnover of the entire interior of the offensive line.
The team is unlikely to want the aging Joey Porter back at outside linebacker. Nose tackles Bryan Robinson and Gabe Watson are unrestricted free agents, as is defensive end Alan Branch.
Wide receiver Steve Breaston, a standout in the team’s previous season, was bothered by a knee injury in a subpar 2009-10. He also is a free agent.
If the Cardinals say goodbye to Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Greg Toler is the heir apparent with first-round pick Patrick Peterson expected to immediately make an impact at the other corner position. Arizona could be free agent shopping for a cornerback, too.
Free agency, Fitzgerald said, “is going to be like nothing we’ve ever seen before.”
And that first preseason game is just around the corner.
“I don’t think the product will be as good early,” Fitzgerald said, “especially if we have to play a preseason game as it’s scheduled on a week’s practice. That’s going to be tough.”
AP Sports Writer Jon Krawczynski contributed to this report.
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