The Cardinals signed another draft pick today when Brandon Keith agreed to a three year deal. Keith, the Cards seventh round pick, is competing for a backup spot somewhere along the offensive line and has logged most of his practice snaps at right tackle so far. He was a relative unknown prospect coming out of Northern Iowa but so far he looks to have all the tools to stick around for a while. His former coach certainly thought he not only had the skills but was also versatile enough to play both guard or tackle (a trait that helps a guy looking to add depth to a shallow offensive line unit). He's the third draft pick to sign, joining Tim Hightower and Kenny Iwebema, although financial terms were not disclosed.
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Calais Campbell, Early Doucet and Chris Harrington remain unsigned but the club is hopeful to finalize another deal by the end of the week. The goal, as always is to have every pick signed by the start of camp and so far they seem to be in good shape to accomplish that task. Anyone think we'll see a holdout this year? If so, who will it be?