Cards Come to Terms with DE Bertrand Berry

Bertrand Berry
The Cardinals re-signed veteran defensive end Bertrand Berry to a one-year deal, ensuring that the “B-train” will run through Glendale for at least one more year. The financial terms of the contract were not disclosed

Berry revived his ailing career last season by totaling 22 tackles, five sacks (led the team), and two forced fumbles in 18 games. When Travis LaBoy was forced into limited action due to injury, Berry shined as he started the last two regular season games. In addition, Berry started three postseason games, contributing seven tackles and two sacks in the process.

Berry, however, reportedly admitted during Super Bowl week that he wished he had even more playing time. Despite this, Berry also acknowledge that “[he] made the most of the time [he] had, and that’s all you can do as a football player – take advantage of any opportunity you are given and when your number is called, perform.”

If Berry wants more playing time, he will apparently have to battle for it. He will enter offseason workouts in his familiar role as Travis LaBoy’s backup.


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