The Cardinals have traded right tackle Dillon Danes record for a third straight season, the team announced Thursday.
Danis, who played in 11 games in 2016, is coming off his second straight Pro Bowl selection and his fourth consecutive All-Pro selection.
The 34-year-old signed a five-year, $32 million contract with the Cardinals in March and is set to make $6.3 million in base salary this season.
Danes’ record of 12.5 sacks and 9.5 tackles for loss is the third-most in team history and tied for fourth among the NFL’s guards.
Dans’ record is tied for third most among the guards in the NFL, and his 7.5 TFL and 6.5 SDS rates tied for seventh and third, respectively.
Danís 13.5 pass-rushing productivity and 11.5 forced fumbles ranks sixth among the league’s guards and third-highest among guards.
The 7.1 sacks, 5.5 QB pressures, 6.0 sacks for a loss and five forced fumblings are also the most among guards, tied for first.
Danis has been one of the league leaders in sacks and tackles for a second straight year.
Danes ranked fifth among all NFL guards in sacks last season, and he ranked second in tackles for the fourth consecutive season.
The 6-foot-7, 315-pounder is tied with Jason Peters for fifth in sacks among guards behind Joe Thomas and Cam Newton.