Lyle Sendlein, Arizona Cardinals Reportedly Agree On Multi-Year Contract

The Arizona Cardinals have agreed to re-sign their starting center, Lyle Sendlein, to a multi-year contract according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

The Longhorn went undrafted in 2007 but hooked on with the Cardinals. He started three games that season, and started every game from 2008-2010, so re-signing him was a priority for the Cards now that they have their shiny new QB, Kevin Kolb.

With Kolb and now Lendlein, the Cardinals hope to return to the offensive juggernaut they were when Kurt Warner's old bones were at the helm. Though they lost Anquan Boldin and now Steve Breaston, they still have Larry Fitzgerald, Beanie Wells and Tim Hightower should be able to do something with the running game.

If all else fails though, at least Max Hall and John Skelton are still on roster in case anything goes wrong. Thank heavens. 

For more info on the Cardinals, visit Revenge of the Birds.

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