The Cardinals did not waste any time after agreeing to terms with Brandon Keith
yesterday, as they added another pick to the fold today with Chris Harrington signing a three year contract. Harrington, a 23 year old former Aggie, is moving from defensive end to outside linebacker this season. Despite the depth and varied talent at outside linebacker, Harrington brings an unique set of traits and strong intagibles to the table. I'd look for him to contribute on special teams during his rookie season and move into a more expanded role next season or as injuries strike.
The only remaining rookies left to sign are Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Calais Campbell and Early Doucet. Being that they are the first three picks, they'll be the toughest to ink to a deal. One thing to keep an eye on is that the next rookie to sign will fill out the roster at 82, meaning that the team will have to cut two players in order to sign all three remaining rookies. Any early guesses as to the first two players to go?