Report: Cardinals keeping center Sendlein

Jul 29, 2011, 12:46 AM | Updated: 1:52 am

The Cardinals offensive line is beginning to take shape.

According to a report, center Lyle Sendlein will return to the Valley.

For my ESPN radio friends in Chicago: Cardinals reached agreement with their starting center Lyle Sendlein on a multi-year deal.less than a minute ago via UberSocial for BlackBerry Favorite Retweet Reply

This is a good move for the Cardinals, as Sendlein has gone from undrafted rookie free agent to starter and team captain in just a few years, and continues to improve his game.

He’s become a solid center in the NFL, and this deal is one the Cardinals are not likely to regret.

Combined with the signing of left guard Daryn Colledge, the Cardinals only need to secure a right guard (maybe Deuce Lutui?) in order to have a completed group up front.

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