TEMPE, Ariz. – Mike Leach will get a chance to continue his streak of consecutive games played.
The Arizona Cardinals re-signed the long-snapper to a one-year contract on Wednesday. Leach, 38, will be entering his 16th NFL season.
Leach will enter 2015 second on the NFL’s active consecutive-games-played list with 200 straight. He entered the lineup in Week 10 of 2002 with the Denver Broncos and hasn’t missed a game since, a streak that includes 12 consecutive years of 16 games.
He's played all 96 games with the Cardinals. Leach is one of 16 active players who have played in at least 200 games. In his career, Leach has 65 special-teams tackles.
He joined the Cardinals in 2009. Last season, Leach earned $1.025 million.