Clinton McDonald isn’t looking to hang up his cleats just yet. The veteran defensive tackle worked out for the Cardinals today, reports ESPN’s Adam Schefter (via Twitter). However, the two sides “could not agree to terms.” Schefter notes that the 32-year-old wants to continue playing.
The 2009 seventh-rounder spent the first two years of his career with the Bengals organization before getting traded to Seattle in 2011. He developed into a reliable rotation lineman for the Seahawks, and he compiled 35 tackles and 5.5 sacks during the team’s 2013 run to the Super Bowl.
He ended up earning a somewhat lucrative four-year deal with the Buccaneers following that season, and he managed to get another two-year deal with Denver last offseason. However, he was released by the Broncos following the preseason, and he proceeded to play in 15 games for the Raiders in 2018.
The Cardinals have moved on from a handful of defensive lineman over the past few months. Former first-rounder Robert Nkemdiche and free-agent addition Darius Philon were both released following their respective arrests.
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