Without even knowing exactly how new coach Kliff Kingsbury will use his tight ends, that does not mean that the Cardinals do not need a shortage given on the list of current players.
Then on Tuesday, the team jumped on another player who had been released by his previous team partly because of the money. Veteran Cardsman Charles Clay was retained by veteran Charles Clay – released last week by Buffalo – for a one-year contract.
Clay, who turned 30 last week, is entering his ninth season. He shared his eight previous years equally with the Miami Dolphins and the Bills. Last year, Clay racked up 21 catches for 184 yards in 13 games. In the past five seasons Clay has never had less than 49 receptions per season.
Adam Schefter reported the agreement up to $ 3.25 million, with a signing bonus of $ 350,000.