Cardinals and Free Agent Tackle Levi Jones in Talks

The Cardinals are still in the market for an offensive linemen, and ESPN is reporting that the team has spoken to free agent tackle Levi Jones. He’s been injured as of late, but still can be an asset on any offensive line when he’s at or close to 100 percent.

The Bengals thought enough of Jones back in 2006 to give him a monster $30 million dollar deal. If signed, Jones would probably go up against Mike Gandy for the starting left tackle spot. Gandy is on the books for $5.8 million this season.

Jones, who grew up in the Phoenix area, has already stated that he’d “definitely” like to play for the Cardinals.

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One Response to “Cardinals and Free Agent Tackle Levi Jones in Talks”

  1. tarheelchief says:

    This is as serious as a heart attack for the Cardinals.They cannot afford any defections from the offensive line.Receivers have to get open,and the running attack which saved the rookie quarterback last year must have time,and options.