NFL sources said that the Arizona Cardinals agreed to trade for a conditional late-round draft pick left tackle Levi Brown to the Pittsburgh Steelers, and price per head services wonder what impact the player will have on the team.
Price per head services know that before the trade becomes official, Brown has to pass a physical exam, and the 2007 NFL draft’s fifth overall pick will take the test on Thursday.
On Wednesday, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin will likely address the player’s acquisition, after the team’s last practice this week as they move into their bye.
A trade for Brown would mean that it would be the end of the experiment with Mike Adams at left tackle. Adams, who in 2012 was a second-round pick, moved in the offseason from right to left tackle, and was struggling to protect QB Ben Roethlisberger’s blind side.
Last Sunday, Jared Allen dominated Adams in Pittsburgh’s 34-27 loss to the Vikings, recording 2.5 of Minnesota’s 5 sacks, and price per head services saw a very good performance by the player.
There are many questions about how much of an upgrade Brown would be over Adams. Brown is signed until 2016 and price per head services found out that this season he has a $4.75 million base salary.
Despite 79 of his 81 career games with Arizona, price per head services saw that 6-foot-6, 324-pound player was never able to live up to expectations.
Price per head services remember that in the 2007 draft, the Cardinals bypassed running back Adrian Peterson so they could boost their offensive line.
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Brown, who is a former start for Penn State, started every game from 2008-2011, but he was unable to play all of last season due to a triceps injury. Bradley Sowell is set replace Brown at left tackle for Arizona, and price per head services everywhere that follow the Cardinals can’t wait to see how this player will perform when he takes his place.