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Old 09-05-2005   #1
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Mon, 5 Sep 2005 10:34:05 -0700

The Arizona Cardinals have signed free agent WR Reggie Swinton (Texans). He will wear jersey No. 87.
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Good for him. I guess the Cardinal's front office is smarter than ours.
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Good for him. I guess the Cardinal's front office is smarter than ours.
Or not. Didnt they just get done releasing the last kick returner they picked up after us?
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I have to admit, letting Swinton go was a head scratcher. Maybe Capers didn't like the show boat celebrations(back flips) in the pre-season. I don't know?

Maybe they felt Mathis and Swinton were essentially offering the same qualities; a kick returner and a 5th receiver. Better to keep the young guy who has a better chance of climbing the depth chart in the next couple of years.

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