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Source: Ravens won't pursue tampering charge against Cardinals

A Ravens source said the team won't pursue tampering charges against the Arizona Cardinals because it would be difficult to find evidence to prove it.

Before the draft, the Sports Xchange reported that the Cardinals "already have an understanding" with Marc Bulger, who was the Ravens' backup quarterback last season. Even though Bulger will be an unrestricted free agent, he is technically on the Ravens until the new league year begins.

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It is interesting to note that Arizona didn't use any of their eight draft picks on a quarterback despite picking high in the first and second rounds.

On Thursday night, a reporter asked about the Bulger rumor and Cardinals general manager Rod Graves pass the mic to coach Ken Whisenhunt.

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"I don't know anything about that," Whisenhunt said.

Bob McManaman of the Arizona Republic reported that Whisenhunt was grinning when he said that.

The NFL's anti-tampering policy warns teams that they will be subject to "severe disciplinary action by the commissioner" for violations. The policy sets no guidelines for punishment. The league can presumably act as it sees fit.

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