Arizona released Kevin Kolb, ending the quarterback’s two injury-filled seasons with the team.The team’s move came just ahead of the deadline for paying Kolb a $2 million roster bonus. The team also signed former Oakland defensive end Matt Shaughnessy to a one-year deal.The team paid Kolb some $20 million over two seasons after acquiring him in a trade that sent a second-round draft pick and cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie to the Philadelphia Eagles.The move reportedly saved $7 million in salary cap space. Meanwhile, the Cardinals were spending the money left and right, agreeing to terms Friday on one-year contracts with former San Diego and ex-University of Arizona cornerback Antoine Cason and ex-Oakland defensive end Matt Shaughnessy. Arizona has made eight free agent acquisitions since Wednesday, a sign of the shake-up the franchise is undergoing under new management and a new coaching staff.Kolb was plagued by injuries and inconsistent play in his two seasons in Arizona.He was due to make $9 million this coming season. Earlier this week, Arizona signed free agent quarterback Drew Stanton. Stanton was the backup last season at Indianapolis, where new coach Bruce Arians was interim head coach.Kolb appeared in 15 games in two seasons with Arizona, 14 as a starter.Last season, he lost the starting job to John Skelton but came on in the opener after Skelton was hurt to direct the winning touchdown drive against Seattle. Arizona went on to a 4-0 start with Kolb at quarterback, but in Week 6 he tore cartilage from his ribs on a broken play and never played again. The Cardinals, meanwhile, lost 11 of their last 12 to finish 5-11, costing Whisenhunt his job and bringing in Arians to try to clean up the mess of what was the worst offense in the NFL.Briefly • Vikings: A person with knowledge of the deal tells The AP receiver Greg Jennings has been signed away from rival Green Bay. • Dolphins: Former Jets tight end Dustin Keller and Rams wideout Brandon Gibson signed, joining Mike Wallace on an upgraded receiving corps. • Eagles: Philadelphia acquired wide receiver Arrelious Benn and a seventh-round pick from Tampa Bay for the Eagles’ sixth-round choice this year and a conditional draft pick in 2014. The team also announced that this year’s training camp will take place in its NovaCare Complex and Lincoln Financial Field after 17 years on the campus of Lehigh University. • Texans: After spending two days in talks, free agent safety Ed Reed is leaving Houston with no deal in place. • Jets: A source told the AP that former Steelers offensive lineman Willie Colon has signed a one-year deal worth $1.2 million. The team also signed running back Mike Goodson and fullback Lex Hilliard. • Redskins: Linebacker/special teams player Bryan Kehl re-signed. • Giants: Linebacker Keith Rivers, who was traded to the Giants from Cincinnati last season, has signed a new one-year deal to stay in New York. • Raiders: Former Chicago linebacker Nick Roach signed a free-agent deal, joining Kaluka Maiava as the second linebacker signed by Oakland this week. • Colts: Safety, and former professional boxer, Tom Zbikowski was released after one season with the team. • Chiefs: Veteran offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz signed and can play both guard and tackle. • Bears: Cornerback Zack Bowman agreed to a one-year contract to stay with Chicago. • Broncos: A person familiar with the situation says Denver was forced to cut defensive lineman Elvis Dumervil after a delay in getting paperwork completed on a new contract that both parties had agreed to. • Jaguars: After being quiet during the first few days of free agency, Jacksonville signed former Cowboys cornerback Alan Ball, running back Justin Forsett and defensive tackle Roy Miller. • Lions: A person with knowledge of the deal says safety Louis Delmas has agreed to a two-year contract to remain with Detroit. • Chargers: Former New England running back Danny Woodhead agreed to a two-year contract.