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4/12 Arizona Cardinals news: Finding a right tackle; Niners' legal issues

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Right tackle is a draft-day need according to some. But one local beat writer disagrees with that notion. (And I agree with him, because #analysis.)


Looking Toward 2014 Cardinals' Schedule
Noteworthy narratives from the 13 opponents of the upcoming season

Calais Campbell, Justin Bethel discuss off-season moves
Campbell thinks Antonio Cromartie was the best addition this offseason.

Kent Somers on who will go No. 1 in NFL draft
Who does Kent Somers think will go No. 1 in the 2014 NFL draft?

Look for Arizona Cardinals to fill right tackle job from within
"I don't think right tackle is among the team's top needs. They have three players on the roster now with experience: Massie, Nate Potter and Bradley Sowell. As the roster stands now, those three will compete for the starting job. Massie has the physical tools to play there, and if he cuts down on the mental errors, I'd say he's likely to get the job. We'll see."


The Notebook: Deciphering Taylor Lewan -
How does the Michigan offensive tackle compare to the others in the 2014 NFL Draft? Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White peels back the curtain for a closer look at Taylor Lewan.

San Francisco 49ers legal round-up: Colin Kaepernick, Quinton Patton, Chris Culliver, Aldon Smith got stuff happening - Niners Nation
The San Francisco 49ers are dealing with various legal issues this offseason. We break down what we learned on Friday.

NFL Draft 2014: Will Sutton Scouting Report - Field Gulls

Will Sutton had 13 sacks in 2012 before adding 50 pounds and dropping his productivity down to "only" 4 sacks in 2013. If the Seahawks were to draft Sutton, would they get the 2012 or 2013 version?

Rams 'frontrunners' for Mike Evans? - Turf Show Times
The St. Louis Rams might have their eye on a first-round receiver after all.