The Arizona Cardinals have dipped into free agency to bolster their pass rush, signing defensive end John Abraham to a two-year contract on Thursday, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Mike Garafalo of FOX Sports tweeted the deal was worth roughly $6 million.
The former Falcon’s free agency tour arrived at the Cardinals headquarters Wednesday to interview with the team.
Abraham, 35, was released by the Falcons in March after seven seasons, with two years remaining on his contract at $4.25 million and $3.25 million respectively. In May, USA Today reported Abraham had turned down overtures from the Falcons to return to Atlanta.