It looks like the Arizona Cardinals are still searching for a right tackle.
According to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Caplan, the Cardinals and free agent right tackle Tyson Clabo were unable to reach a deal after Clabo worked out for the team Monday.
Tyson Clabo's workout w/Cards went well enough that they were interested in signing him, but both sides couldn't come to an agreement.— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) June 9, 2014
Clabo made $3.5 million last season with the Miami Dolphins, according to ESPN Stats & Information. Clabo would’ve likely been the presumed starter unless he was unseated during training camp.
Cardinals general manager Steve Keim works under a take-it-or-leave-it philosophy when it comes to signing free agents, and that’s likely what happened in this case. Clabo may be able to still join the Cardinals if he eventually meets their offer, but that’s still left to be seen.
By Arizona and Clabo not agreeing on a contract, the door is still open for Eric Winston, last year’s starting right tackle, to be re-signed.