Cardinals released OLB Travis LaBoy
The Cards guaranteed LaBoy $7.5M on a five-year contract last offseason, so they’re taking a salary cap hit. They do have room to work with and needed the cash for Adrian Wilson, Karlos Dansby, and possibly Anquan Boldin’s extensions. LaBoy, 28, got off to a hot start with four sacks in the first four games last year, but ran into the same injury woes that dogged him as a Titan. He’s a very skilled pass rusher, but can’t stay off the shelf.
He has never played 16 games in his entire five-year career. But, Todd Haley and Clancy Pendergast have some experience with him.
(editor’s note: Maybe we should also look at ILB Larry Foote, who the Pittsburgh Steelers just released?)
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