Arizona Cardinals GM Steve Keim and head coach Bruce Arians had their draft press conference, giving the media a glimpse into how they put their board together and what is new this year. Larry Fitzgerald also did a few interviews during the day. Here is what was written on Tuesday.
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Options obviously open up a lot of possibilities for that first pick. Waiting on a center makes it easier to take a cornerback. Or a defensive lineman. Whatever Keim might want.
Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald is in the final year of his contract, and he’ll turn 33 in August, just days before the start of his 13th NFL season. So it’s logical to ask if the 2016 season will be Fitzgerald’s last. But that doesn’t mean Fitzgerald has to answer.
If the right situation presents itself, the Cardinals are prepared to trade either up or down in the first round of the draft.
In evaluating this year's draft propsects, the Cardinals have added letter grades for each player's football character and overall character.
It’s been a long and exhausting process for Cardinals General Manager Steve Keim, Head Coach Bruce Arians, and their respective staffs, but they’ve finally finished their 120 board, which is a listing of their top 120 prospects coming out in the 2016 NFL Draft.
It's no secret that Larry Fitzgerald is closer to the end of his career than the beginning.
The Cardinals would be more than happy to find a QB of the future, provided one is available for them at the right spot of the draft.
Character cannot really be quantified or graded, yet it's of the utmost importance when trying to determine how successful a player will be.
Low man wins is a time-honored truism for offensive linemen. That rule doesn't seem to apply to the Ohio State tackle, but retired NFL defensive end Stephen White sees a guy who could still do the job, regardless of how high he plays.
The Kansas City Chiefs were the latest team to appeal to Goodell -- and lose.
Nelson Spruce is the all-time leader in receptions in the Pac-12, but underwhelmed at the 2016 NFL Combine.
Instead of getting a defensive or offensive lineman, the Texans get the top tight end in the SB Nation NFL writers mock draft.