After the Arizona Cardinals drafted Jonathan Cooper in the first round on Thursday, using the seventh overall pick, Cardinals fans could relax and watch the rest of the evening knowing the the team not only picked up one of the most talented players, but also filled a huge need at guard.
Now, with the sixth pick in the second round (38th overall) and the seventh pick in the third round (69th overall), we can see how the Cardinals approach the rest of the draft. Dating back to last year's draft, the Cards have used four of their last six pick on the offensive line.
Will they go defense? Will they get a pass rusher? A safety? A quarterback?
As an added bonus, Cardinals legend Larry Centers will announce the Cards second round pick.
As far as rules go, teams have seven minutes to get their pick in for the second round, and then five minutes to submit their selection in the third round.
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