The Arizona Cardinals are looking to get as good as they can get this upcoming season after narrowly missing the postseason this past season in a tough NFC West division.
One move that they made to make sure whoever is under center is well protected in what turns out to hopefully be a playoff-bound season, is sign a former Bruce Arians player who can now add veteran experience to the Cardinals offensive line.
According to Adam Schefter from ESPN.com, the Cardinals have signed former Pittsburgh Steelers offsensive lineman Max Starks.
Cardinals announced they signed former Steelers OT Max Starks, who's now reunited with Arizona HC Bruce Arians.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 1, 2014
Starks may be past his prime but at the end of the day he’s someone that fits into that Bruce Arians is trying to build in Arizona and can provide a veteran presence on an offensive line that needed improvement after last season.
He’s not an end all fix for the Cardinals, but having an Arians alum join up in Arizona is hardly something Cardinals fans will be upset about.
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