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Visits roundup: Cards offer Evan Mathis 2-year deal


It seems the Arizona Cardinals are impressed by what Evan Mathis could offer their team in 2016.

The former Broncos offensive guard visited the Cardinals on Tuesday and the team offered him a two-year deal, a source told NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport.

Mathis still hasn't made a decision about where he'll be signing this season, but he figures to have plenty of suitors in the days and weeks ahead -- if he remains on the free-agent market that long. Mathis, 34, started in 12 of the 16 games for the Broncos last season and is a two-time Pro Bowler.

Here are other visits we were tracking Tuesday:

1. Green Bay hosted free-agent tight end Jared Cook on Monday, a source told NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport.


2. Bengals free agent cornerback Leon Hall plans to visit Dallas, Rapoport reported, via a source with knowledge of Hall's plans. Hall recently visited the Arizona Cardinals.

3. The Dallas Cowboys are planning to bring in safety Dashon Goldson for a visit, Rapoport reported. Dallas is looking to add more veteran help to its secondary, per RapSheet.

4. Newsday reported linebacker Demario Davis will visit with the Browns.

5. Pittsburgh Steelers free-agent linebacker Sean Spence visited Jacksonville, according to NFL Media's Albert Breer.

6. The New York Jets received a visit from receiver Chris Givens, reported Breer.

7. Running back Joique Bell is set to visit with the Buffalo Bills, a source informed of his plans told NFL Media's Rand Getlin.


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