Antoine Cason Signs Up With The Arizona Cardinals

Oh shnaps.. is that my guy!?!? Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

Former San Diego Chargers CB Antoine Cason signed a deal to play with the Arizona Cardinals today. He signed a 1-year deal with the Cards and is going back to where he played his college ball.

The Chargers signed Derek Cox to fill the spot for Antoine Cason on the roster and probably will look to add a few more corners onto the roster. I wouldn’t be surprised to see the team approach Quentin Jammer again to see if he would take a back seat role on the team like they just did with Ronnie Brown. We could always give Jammer a chance at safety also.

The Chargers keep clearing out the stink from the old regime. I can’t wait for the draft to see how the Chargers fill out the rest of the secondary. There still is so much work for the Chargers to do.

Cason only signed a 1-year deal for $2 million. That is a bargain for Cason. It looks like the Chargers didn’t even send him an offer to stick around.

Topics: San Diego Chargers

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  • tubbs45

    Good luck with that Cards! Good luck Cason!

    • tubbs45

      get used to it…

      • RussinSactown

        And he gets to go up against the 49ers and Seahawks twice a year. That could get ugly.

        • tubbs45

          TRUE Story!

          • arnie

            i won’t take long for them to figure out why he wasn’t re-signed.

          • RussinSactown

            The bigger question in the desert: Why he was signed?

          • http://boltbeat.com/ Ernie Padaon

            Haha

          • arnie

            Time. They needed someone cheap, with experience, they could play until they develop the CB they really want o play.

        • TheReturnOfMrBlanks

          Ouch

  • veazy
    • tubbs45

      That bowe one is so ugly

    • JoseSD

      Too bad you couldn’t find the end of that Bowe play where he grabs his waist as Bowe jumps for the ball instead of trying to slap the ball ouy of his hand

    • arnie

      he’s watching the QB, instead of reading the play, and staying with his assignment. It’s matt Cassel for crying out loud. he had a better chance of intercepting the ball, if he stayed with the receiver.
      and another thing, if T&M were watching the tape, making evaluations. i can see why they didn’t even make an offer.

      • http://www.facebook.com/pete.spinning Pete Spinning

        New York game was enough for me, and that wasn’t even last season.

        • arnie

          I can’t believe I actually sat and watched the rest of it after that. It’s like he was trying to get Sanchez to the pro-bowl, in that one game.

  • Rob Base

    Wow 1 year huh no faith in Cason! Lmao

    • RussinSactown

      I have watched the young man have flashes of brilliance in between long periods of getting burnt like a bad piece of toast. I’m sure they’d have rented him for eight weeks if they could.

  • Cgoodness13

    Good riddance

  • Cgoodness13

    Wonder if they are going to use him as a slot receiver? All he can do is catch that’s pretty much it, can’t even return that well either

  • kris

    Garay to the J-E-T-S

  • tubbs45

    DIVA without a dance…

  • tubbs45

    I know grimmes may be a health risk, but kick the tires! Miami is making a swing at it…

  • Lee

    good.

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