NFL Free Agents 2012: Arizona Cardinals Re-sign LS Mike Leach To 3-Yr Deal

So far this offseason, the theme for the theme for the Arizona Cardinals has been small moves in free agency. They made their pitch for the biggest fish in Peyton Manning, but after that it has been bringing guys back and signing new, but unflashy players.

The latest move is that long snapper Mike Leach is coming back to the Cardinals in 2012 and has a long-term deal. Jay Feely hinted at it, Kent Somers comfirmed it and, more importantly, Leach's wife Julie gave even more confirmation on the agreement.

Feely, a kicker, was re-signed as well over the weekend to a two-year deal.

Leach was the long snapper on the Cards for the past three years and has been in the league since 2000.

His signing leaves the punter position as the only key special teams position left to address.

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