I don't know of such a doc but the easiest way to view which cards are supported with which router is to go to the Product Page for the specific product. In case you're not sure how to get to those pages -
From Cisco homepage select "Products & Services" from along the bar at the top of the web page. From there select "Routers" and then select the router you are interested in. When that router page comes up scroll to the bottom and then choose the "Relevant Interfaces and Modules" link.
Don't believe any NM card supported in the 7200 series. Further, don't see a similar featured PA card for the 7200 series. (If true, likely because a 7200 isn't positioned as an access server or for low speed WAN aggregation.)
If you study Jon's reference, you'll see a 2811 or better offers performance equal or better than a 3660. Unless you need a large increase in performance, you might not need to jump into the 7200 series. If your existing 36x0 performance was alright, an 1800 series might suffice too.
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