After a long weekend, there was a bit of content about the Cardinals and the NFL. Steve Keim was on the radio.The franchise tag period began. Start your day with a bunch of things to read!
Cardinals Blogs | How Mathieu impacted Keim’s draft philosophy
"Going into my first draft as a GM, there’s no way I thought a player like Tyrann Mathieu should get a second chance," Keim said during the "Doug and Wolf" show on Arizona Sports 98.7. "Now that we gave Tyrann that chance and he’s become the player and the person that is is, he’s changed my thinking on that a little bit that some — some — players deserve second chances."
Take a look at the Cardinals' first draft picks in each season going back to 1954 (Round selected other than first in parenthesis)
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