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Draft Scout Tommy Kelly News
03/08/15 - DL Tommy Kelly, unrestricted FA update, signed with the team late in the preseason and played well in his 11th NFL year. The Cardinals tried to re-sign Kelly before free agency started, but Kelly didn't want to take an early deal that might have been below market. The Cardinals want the 34-year-old Kelly back but are willing to wait.
09/11/14 - DE Tommy Kelly, signed by the team two weeks ago, is expected to start at left end in place of Frostee Rucker.
09/01/14 - DL Tommy Kelly made a positive impression in his first preseason game with the team. Signed two days before the fourth game, Kelly should provide depth at end. Frostee Rucker is starting in place of Darnell Dockett. The other two backups are rookies, Kareem Martin and Ed Stinson.
08/27/14 - DT Tommy Kelly was signed by the Cardinals Wednesday (Aug. 27). Tommy Kelly was cut by the New England Patriots early this week. He played in five games last year before tearing his ACL.
Kelly's signing is an attempt by the Cardinals to shore up the defensive line after the season-ending ACL injury to Darnell Dockett. Dockett underwent successful surgery to repair the knee ligaments Tuesday.
Kelly, 33, had 22 tackles and 2.5 sacks for the Patriots last year before going down with his season-ending injury. He had been working with New England's first unit much of the preseason before he was released.
08/25/14 - DT Tommy Kelly had his contract terminated by the Patriots Aug. 25. The veteran missed all but five games last season, his first in New England, to a torn ACL. Kelly had been working with the first unit at 3-4 defensive end this summer before getting his walking papers.