Cardinals Free Agency 2012: Levi Brown Likely To Test Open Market

It doesn't look like Levi Brown will be returning to the Arizona Cardinals.

According to a tweet by Jason LaCanfora, Brown and the Cardinals haven't made much progress on a reworked contract, which would allow Brown to test the open market.

He should have plenty of suitors as Brown would arguably be the best left tackle on the market. With so many offensive lines in the league looking for upgrades, he could become a huge name in free agency.

Brown has started every game since 2008 for the Cardinals and moved from right tackle to left tackle this past season. In 2009, he was selected as a Pro Bowl alternate.

Brown could also impact the top of the draft with teams like the St. Louis Rams, Minnesota Vikings, Miami Dolphins and Kansas City Chiefs possibly looking at an offensive lineman, they could look to a proven commodity like Brown instead which would allow them to fill another need.

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