It is no secret that the Arizona Cardinals do not have a lot of money to spend this offseason, as they are only $5 million under the cap. They could open up more room by cutting Kevin Kolb, Beanie Wells, Adam Snyder, etc. but those moves have yet to be made. For now, we just have to take it from where they are, which means they will not be signing any big names to big contracts this year.

When a new coaching regime comes in, they typically like to bring in players that they have worked with previously to their new team. We saw it with Ken Whisenhunt, as he was constantly bringing in old Pittsburgh Steelers players that he coached or interacted with while in Pittsburgh.

So who could Bruce Arians, who has recently worked with the Colts and Steelers and Told Bowles, who worked with the Dolphins and Eagles, bring in? Let's take a look at some of the possibilities.

The Colts have a good amount of free agents this year and given their new coach and youth movement, they will likely let most of them walk. The Cards have been said to have interest in quarterback Drew Stanton. He is a definite option. Also, cornerback Jerraud Powers could make sense after the team cut William Gay. Powers has been a nice piece to the Colts secondary for many years. Then there is also the long shot of Dwight Freeney, who could provide some pass rushing skills to a team sorely lacking them.

Rashard Mendenhall from the Steelers is somebody Coach Arians has worked closely with before and he could immediately come provide, at the very least, some insurance to the Cardinals' oft-injured backfield. Keenan Lewis is another secondary player I could see the Cards reaching out to.