Lyle Sendlein Agrees To Terms With Arizona Cardinals, Center Secured

The Arizona Cardinals notched another notch in their free agent belt if a report from ESPN's Adam Schefter turns out to be true. In this case the belt would have to be rather large since we are talking about starting center Lyle Sendlein who agreed to a multi-year deal to stay with the Cardinals.

The report from Schefter prompted this response from Darnell Dockett (himself subject of inflammatory Baltimore rumors): 

Twitter / @ddockett: RT @AdamSchefter: Cardinal ...
ayyyyeeeee! #YES

Ayyyeeeee! Yes indeed.

Sendlein, 26, has been the starting Cardinal's center for the last three seasons. Sendlein went undrafted in 2007 but caught on the with Arizona and earned the starting job by his second year. He's a native of Scottsdale, Arizona and the son of former NFL player, Robin Sendlein.

This is an important signing for the Cardinals to provide some stability on the offensive line that has seen the addition of left guard Daryn Colledge to replace the retired Alan Faneca and is still awaiting word on free agent Deice Lutui who according to at least one report, might not be in the Cardinals plans.

For more on the Arizona Cardinals free agency and quarterback situation, stay tuned to this StoryStream and visit the Revenge of the Birds Blog.

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