4 soon-to-be Ravens free agents to watch who might fit with Cardinals

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Jess Root
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The Arizona Cardinals are in their offseason and are preparing for the draft and free agency, while other teams are still in the postseason. The Saturday evening divisional playoff game features the Baltimore Ravens and Buffalo Bills.

Both have players scheduled to be free agents.

Here are some of the Ravens’ impending free agents who could be of interest for Arizona in March.


DL Derek Wolfe

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Wolfe was believed to be a player of interest for the Cardinals last offseason when he hit the market. He played eight seasons for the Denver Broncos and knew Cardinals defensive coordinator Vance Joseph. He signed a one-year, $3 million deal with the Ravens. He hits free agency again. The Cardinals only have one veteran defensive lineman under contract for next season. Wolfe could be a nice addition.

WR Willie Snead

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The Cardinals won't be in the market for a big-time receiver but do need more from the position outside of DeAndre Hopkins. Snead isn't flashy but could add experience to a room that has Hopkins and players on rookie contracts set to return.

C Matt Skura

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The Cardinals will not likely look for a center in free agency but many fans would like to see them do so. Skura will be a free agent. He has started at center and guard. He will likely be out of the Cardinals' price range.

OL D.J. Fluker

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Fluker is questionable for the game. He has been hampered by injuries his whole career but has been a starter. He has been in the league eight years and now plays more guard than tackle. He could be someone the Cardinals look at if they want to add a veteran to the interior line. Listen to the latest from Cards Wire's Jess Root on his podcast, Rise Up, See Red. Subscribe on Apple podcasts or Spotify. Latest show:

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