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Arizona Cardinals news 4/7: Tyrann Mathieu speaks truth, Draft visits, Momah excited

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Cardinals and NFL news to start the day.

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There has been a lot of buzz about a video interview with Tyrann Mathieu. We will have more on that later, but there was a bit of Cardinals content on the Web. Draft visits, Kiper's mock draft and more. Did you miss any of it?

Cardinals:

Draft Primer 2016: Quarterbacks
Will the Cardinals find their signal-caller of the future in the draft?

Cardinals Blogs | Mathieu again talks the truth
One of the reasons Tyrann Mathieu resonates with not only fans but his coaches and his teammates is because the safety can’t help but be real. He has no problem talking about the truth, including the dark truths that he lived before he reached the NFL. He did again recently, talking with Pete Prisco of cbssports.com in a riveting video interview while Mathieu rehabs his right knee after an ACL tear. It’s definitely worth a watch.

Arizona Cardinals should not draft Ryan Kelly in the first round - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN

Mel Kiper Jr. has the Cardinals drafting center Ryan Kelly in the first round of his latest mock draft, but that would not be a good move for Arizona.

Arizona Cardinals took hefty risk drafting Tyrann Mathieu in 2013 - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN

Defensive back Tyrann Mathieu entered the NFL with a lot of baggage, but has been a standout on the field for the Cardinals.

Honey Badger don't care? You don't know anything about Tyrann Mathieu - CBSSports.com

Overcoming another ACL repair is nothing compared to what Tyrann Mathieu went through to get to the NFL. The Cards' do-everything DB isn't about to let himself down.

Ifeanyi Momah's "excited" for another opportunity with Arizona Cardinals - NBCSPORTS1060.COM

"It’s just experience," Momah said. "You get those years under your belt. I’ve been in the NFL for about four years now, and been cut a couple times, and you just keep learning and growing. Now, my skin’s a lot thicker. There’s nothing that I can do that will make me lose confidence, so I’m going to keep staying that way."

Report: Cardinals worked out DE/LB Dadi Nicolas, LS Kameron Canaday and CB Aaron Sibley - NBCSPORTS1060.COM

Arians graduated from Virginia Tech, and now he’s reportedly had a fellow Hokie in town in defensive end/linebacker Dadi Nicolas.

Report: Cardinals have private meeting with Emmanuel Ogbah

Despite their trade for Chandler Jones, the Arizona Cardinals still appear to be interested in upgrading their pass rush in this upcoming draft.

Taylor: Peterson and Mathieu are NFL's two most valuable DBs

According to Ike Taylor, the Arizona Cardinals have the NFL's two most valuable defensive backs in Patrick Peterson and Tyrann Mathieu.

NFL:

Jack Conklin will cockroach a man, and that’s why he should be an NFL Draft 1st-rounder - SBNation.com

The Michigan State left tackle will probably have to move inside to guard or over to right tackle in the NFL, says retired NFL defensive end Stephen White. But Conklin's salty demeanor is part of what makes him a perfect fit on the offensive line.

Derrick Henry isn't the bulldozer you think he is - SBNation.com

And that's probably a good thing.

The NFL isn't worried about likely No. 1 pick Laremy Tunsil's NCAA run-in - SBNation.com

The league has bigger things to worry about than whether a player took a few extra benefits, according to the pros.

Onside Kick Family Hour: Some friendly advice for Colin Kaepernick - SBNation.com

SB Nation's NFL podcast returns! This week Danny Kelly, Stephen White and RVB are talking about the league's big QB shuffle, the draft and more!

2016 NFL mock draft: Jarran Reed to the Green Bay Packers - SBNation.com

In the SB Nation NFL writers mock draft, the Packers have plenty of options on defense.

2016 NFL mock draft: Seattle Seahawks snag Jonathan Bullard - SBNation.com

Adding talent to the defensive line is a necessity for Seattle, and it just happens to be the strength of this year's draft.

Even NFL coaches and GMs can't agree on the best way to train NFL rookies - SBNation.com

There is no one way to do things, but everyone has an opinion.