Most wanted National Football League free agent? Arizona releases DB Tyrann Mathieu

Tyrann Mathieu

Lawrence is playing on a franchise tag of $17143 million for now, but wants a long-term deal. He was a one-man wrecking crew in 2015, when he delivered 89 tackles, 17 passes defended, five interceptions and a touchdown for the Cardinals, who went 13-3 and had a top-five defense.

But, as it's been for many seasons now, the Cowboys seem content to sit on their hands during the free agency frenzy.

There's obvious disappointment that comes with a team telling a player that they're no longer worth the money.

Now, that doesn't mean Dallas' front office is opposed to signing veterans from other teams. However, they obviously weren't positive enough as the Cardinals have announced that they've cut the Honey Badger. Names like Cedric Thornton, Nolan Carroll, Stephen Paea and Damontre Moore have all been failed attempts to pull quality play out of mediocre talent.

A versatile playmaker hit the open market Wednesday afternoon when the Arizona Cardinals released defensive back Tyrann Mathieu.

At only 25-years old, Mathieu's considered by many to be one of the league's premier safeties.

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Even better, there are a handful of teams that are most likely already trying to figure out a way to convince Mathieu to come on board for the 2018 season. He had two interceptions last season.

Locally, the Dallas Cowboys are experimenting with moving players around in their secondary.

Mathieu had reportedly been asked to take a pay cut by the Cardinals, something Mathieu was reportedly resistant to doing.

Keim may well feel that way, but on Tuesday he agreed to give oft-injured and always-mediocre quarterback Sam Bradford a one-year, $20 million contract with $15 million guaranteed.

He played just two years of his five years, $62.5 million extension.

According to NFL.com, the New York Giants, New York Jets, Oakland Raiders, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, New Orleans Saints, Green Bay Packers and Houston Texans are all interested in the Honey Badger.