NFL Free Agents 2012: Adam Snyder Signs With Arizona Cardinals

The Arizona Cardinals have a lot to figure out this offseason, particularly if they want to land Peyton Manning. Probably most importantly, they need to figure out their offensive line issues. Manning is not likely going to want to head to Arizona if the offensive line doesn't improve from where it was last season, when the poor pass protection ended up knocking about Cardinals players.

So Arizona has looked to Adam Snyder is their latest signing. Darren Urban of Cardschatter has this report.

Snyder was drafted in 2005 by the San Francisco 49ers, and he signed the contract extension in 2009 to finish things up in 2011. He was the starting right guard for the Niners last season on a solid offensive line unit. Could he help upgrade Arizona along their offensive line and make Manning consider Arizona more strongly?

To discuss Snyder signing up with the Cardinals, head on over to Revenge of the Birds.

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