The Arizona Cardinals have already signed two players, less than 45 minutes after the legal tampering window opened. Outside linebacker Markus Golden was and defensive back Zeke Turner were both signed to new deal with the Cardinals.
The NFL’s Ian Rapper reported the details of Golden’s deal via Twitter on Monday.
#AZCardinals pass-rusher Markus Golden is staying in Arizona, source say, agreeing to terms on a 2-year deal that pays him $9M. After leaving AZ, heading to the #Giants, then getting traded back, the 30-year-old Golden elects to stay and call Arizona home.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 15, 2021
Golden’s contract is worth $9 million over two years. This deal comes after he left Arizona once to play with the New York Giants, then was traded back to his old team. Now, his old team becomes his new team as he agrees to a multi-year deal in Arizona.
Ezekiel (Zeke) Turner was mostly a special teams player with the Cardinals since he’s entered the NFL in 2018. Turner did catch a pass in 2020, however, on a fake punt which gained Arizona a first down. There are no concrete reporting of how much his contract is worth.
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