Bruce Arians: 'Left tackle not priority for Arizona Cardinals'

Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians says that signing a new left tackle is not an off-season priority for the team.

Bruce Arians has said that bringing in a new left tackle is not a priority for the Arizona Cardinals this off-season.

Bradley Sowell took over as starter at the position for the final 12 games of the season, allowing seven sacks.

The head coach told ESPN: "Bradley played okay, and he's going to get better with another year of strength and conditioning. It's not the most glaring need."

The Cardinals narrowly missed out a place in the playoffs in 2013.

Arizona defensive captain Darnell Dockett on the sidelines against Detroit on September 15, 2013
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