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Draft Scout Justin Bethel News
05/17/16 - Among those not participating in this particular three-day OTA sessions were cornerback Patrick Peterson and defensive tackle Frostee Rucker, who both are recovering from ankle surgeries, cornerback Justin Bethel, who is coming off foot surgery and safety Tyrann Mathieu, who is rehabilitating from a torn ACL suffered in December.
04/20/16 - CB Justin Bethel underwent surgery to repair a left foot fracture that's expected to sideline him for OTAs.
Bethel is a key special teams contributor as a three-time Pro Bowl pick who could move into a permanent starting role at cornerback after signing a three-year, $15 million contract extension in December. He started four of the last five games at corner last season.
01/18/16 - CB Justin Bethel was teary-eyed after the game. He gave up a 60-yard 'Hail Mary' on fourth-and-20 that kept alive Green Bay's final drive.
12/05/15 - CB Justin Bethel signed a three-year contract extension that keeps the Cardinals special teams player under contract through 2018.
Terms were not disclosed by the team, but the deal is worth $15 million and includes $9 million in guarantees and another $1.8 million in incentives, according to NFL Media and ESPN.com.
Bethel, 25, has played with the Cardinals the past four years after being selected in the sixth round in the 2012 NFL Draft out of Presbyterian. The 6-foot, 200-pounder was selected to the Pro Bowl in each of the last two seasons as a special teams player.
10/26/15 - CB Justin Bethel can be a starting NFL cornerback for just about any team. Although he gave up a 31-yard completion to wide receiver Chris Givens down the right sideline that let Baltimore have some last-minute hope, Bethel did a bang-up job stepping in after Jerraud Powers went down with a pulled hamstring. "I was prepared to play corner and have enough practice for it and know I have the skill set for it," said Bethel, who forced one fumble and recovered two. "There was one play I wish I could take back, but other than that, I was prepared for it."