NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT EXP COLLEGE ANALYSIS
82 Mike Leach C 33 6-2 238 10 William & Mary I don't recall a bad snap all season. When you are talking about the team's long snapper then that is a good thing.
63 Lyle Sendlein C 25 6-3 305 3 Texas A solid player but not dominating.
73 Jeremy Bridges G 29 6-4 326 6 Southern Mississippi Bridges played the game of his life versus the Vikings when he helped shut down Jared Allen in the Cardinals' most convincing victory of the season. He is a versatile veteran that can play several positions on the O-line. That alone will keep him on the roster.
67 Herman Johnson G 24 6-7 382 R Louisiana State Not much can be said until Herman sees the field. He is a work in progress, but his size is scary.
76 Deuce Lutui G 26 6-4 338 4 USC Lutui has improved yearly.
74 Reggie Wells G 29 6-4 312 7 Clarion Wells may be the Cardinals' most consistent offensive linemen.
75 Levi Brown OT 25 6-5 324 3 Penn State Although Brown was named a Pro Bowl alternate, he has been a disappointment so far in his young career. He commits too many penalties and is inconsistent. There has been talk of moving him to his college position of left tackle for next year, especially if Mike Gandy is released.
69 Mike Gandy OT 31 6-4 316 9 Notre Dame Battled injuries this year before being placed on IR at the end of December. Gandy will probably be released after three serviceable seasons in Arizona.
72 Brandon Keith OT 25 6-5 338 2 Northern Iowa Keith, like Johnson, will presumably have a larger role next season. He reportedly moves well for a big man, but we haven't seen him on the field enough to give a more thorough analysis.