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Former Cardinals sign NFL free agent contracts

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In addition to James Burgess inking a free agent deal with the Dolphins and Sheldon Rankins being drafted 12th overall by New Orleans, at least two more former Cardinals are going to get a shot a making their NFL dreams come true.

First up if offensive tackle Aaron Epps, who has signed an undrafted free agent deal with the Cincinnati Bengals. The 6'7, 288-pound Epps was in and out of the starting lineup for Louisville the past two seasons, but did start the final five games of his senior campaign in 2015.

According to WDRB's Rick Bozich, John Wallace, Louisville's all-time leader in made field goals, has been invited to join the Washington Redskins' camp. There has been no official announcement made from either party, so we'll wait until that happens for more details.

It's also worth noting that former Cardinal offensive lineman Ryan Mack, who transferred to Memphis for his final season, has signed an unrafted free agent deal with the Dallas Cowboys.