2014 NFL Draft: Who have the Arizona Cardinals been taking a look at?

Scott Halleran

A look at some of the players we have heard have been looked at by Arizona.

With the 2014 NFL Draft approaching (slowly, it seems), there is plenty of time to talk and speculate about who will be the Arizona Cardinals' six draft picks.

We don't know who they will be selecting, but we do know a few of the players they have been looking at.

We have seen pictures that prove head coach Bruce Arians took a look at Virginia Tech QB Logan Thomas.

Arizona Republic reporter Kent Somers tweeted that the Cardinals have a visit scheduled with South Carolina receiver Bruce Ellington, who happens to be the cousin of running back Andre Ellington.

Local reporter and radio host Mike Jurecki reported that the team attended a workout at Central Arkansas, specifically looking at a safety.

Jurecki also tweeted that a running back would be coming to town to visit.

Unllike the New England Patriots, the Cardinals have not yet brought Teddy Bridgewater or Johnny Maziel.

Those are the guys I could find. Anyone we're missing among recent information?

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