This is according to Harrison’s agent, so it seems like there is very little chance of a deal.
Kent Somers of AzCentral previously reported that was “tentatively” scheduled to take physical for the Cardinals on Friday, but an agreement between the two parties isn’t a foregone conclusion.
Somers also mentioned that it was “doubtful” Harrison would be signing with the team and his visit was due to the fact that he lives in Arizona, and the Cardinals were just checking to see what kind of shape he’s in.
Harrison, 36, was deemed expendable by Cincinnati after playing the first year of a two-year deal, registering 31 tackles, two sacks, one interception and a fumble recovery over the course of 15 games.
Harrison graded out as the No. 9 outside linebacker in 4-3 scheme last year, according to Pro Football Focus.
- Mike Garafolo doesn’t anticipate Harrison getting any more than a minimum veteran salary.
The Cardinals continue to look for front-seven help as they have already signed a number of veteran defensive linemen this week.