Cardinals sign Colledge, Bradley

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Tempe, AZ - The Arizona Cardinals opened free agency Friday by adding offensive guard Daryn Colledge, linebacker Stewart Bradley, tight end Jeff King, defensive end Nick Eason and wide receiver Chansi Stuckey among a slew of other moves.

The Cardinals also re-signed eight free agents, including starting center Lyle Sendlein for five years and punter Ben Graham for two.

Colledge, who spent the past five seasons as a starter for the Green Bay Packers, signed for five years. Financial terms weren't disclosed, but he reportedly inked a deal worth $27.5 million with $10 million guaranteed.

Bradley, who agreed to terms on a five-year deal, played three seasons for the Philadelphia Eagles -- he missed all of 2009 with a torn ACL -- and had 60 tackles and an interception in 12 games last season. He had a career-high 108 tackles in 2008.

King signed for three years after playing the past five seasons as a starter for the Panthers. Eason, who was previously with the Steelers, and Stuckey, who played for the Browns, both signed for two years.

The Cardinals also locked up two restricted free agents -- wide receiver Early Doucet and tackle Brandon Keith, who both signed their one-year qualifying offers.

In addition to Sendlein and Graham, the Cardinals re-signed free agents Hamza Abdullah (safety), Michael Adams (cornerback), D'Anthony Batiste (tackle), Ben Claxton (center), Reagan Maui'a (fullback) and Stephen Spach (tight end) to varying contracts.

Sendlein has made 54 consecutive starts, including the postseason, while Graham punted for the Cardinals in each of the past three seasons.

The Cardinals also signed five draft picks to four-year deals: linebacker San Acho (fourth round), fullback Anthony Sherman (fifth), linebacker Quan Sturdivant (sixth), defensive tackle David Carter (sixth) and wide receiver Demarco Sampson (seventh).


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