The Arizona Cardinals have a projected $41.7 million in salary cap space heading into the offseason.

General Manager Monti Ossenfort noted Thursday on Arizona Sports 98.7 that he plans to use that cash to supplement his team building rather than the driver.

"We are definitely going to be active in free agency. What does that mean? I can't spell that out for you right now," Ossenfort said. "I don't know what that means because we don't completely control that. There is a market and players we think are going to be available right now that two weeks from now are not going to be available. Free agency is full of unknowns in that respect, and there are dangers in free agency.

"The nature of free agency, you end up overpaying. That's how it works. It's full of mistakes. That's not to say there are not things you can fix there. We will take our chances and there will be times we will find ways to supplement our roster, but ultimately we are going to build this team, and what we are going to be moving forward, through the draft."