The Arizona Cardinals have agreed to a contract with defensive tackle Jordan Phillips for three years according to Ian Rapoport.
Phillips, 27, has played five NFL seasons, with time spent in Miami and Buffalo. He has 15 career sacks and 27 tackles for loss. Of his 76 career games played, he has started 35, including nine starts last season.
The Cardinals have already been active this offseason, by trading for wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins. With an improved offense, and now the addition of Phillips, Arizona will look to improve next season.
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