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Arizona Cardinals news 5/10: All the draft picks signed

Cardinals and NFL news to start your Tuesday.

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It is Tuesday and there is not a lot going on in the offseason now. But the Cardinals have all their draft picks under contract.

Cardinals:

Final Three Draft Picks Sign Contracts
Evan Boehm, Harlan Miller and Brandon Williams ink four-year deals

Cardinals Sign Two Tryout Players
RB Penny, WR Hubert kept after work during rookie minicamp; Reilly, Baker released

Cardinals Blogs | Rookies signed at warp speed
But to think the Cardinals already have all of their draft picks under contract on May 9 is impressive. The time frame to finish up since 2011, when the new CBA went into effect, has gotten earlier and earlier:

Arizona Cardinals' Harlan Miller next Britney Spears?

Harlan Miller’s hometown of Kentwood, La., isn’t just small; it’s so tiny there’s nowhere there you can go where you shouldn’t.

Somers: Two positions of concern for Arizona Cardinals

During the recent NFL draft, Cardinals Coach Bruce Arians and General Manager Steve Keim discussed how difficult it’s going to be for lower-round picks and other rookies to make the team.

Biggest remaining holes for all 32 teams after 2016 NFL draft, Frank Gore, Mike Evans

The Colts still need depth behind RB Frank Gore, and the Bucs could use a receiver opposite Mike Evans. Football Outsiders analyzes the biggest post-draft needs for every team.

Keim on Mathieu: Hopefully we'll get something done soon

Early on in the offseason, general manager Steve Keim said it was a priority to get safety Tyrann Mathieu signed to a long-term contract extension.

Carr: Robert Nkemdiche is a 2016 draft class wild card

While he is talented, there is a reason Robert Nkemdiche was still available when the Cardinals were on the clock at pick No. 29 in the 2016 NFL Draft.

NFL:

3 different reasons NFL coaches could be on the hot seat in 2016 - SBNation.com

Marvin Lewis, Gus Bradley and Mike Mularkey all have something to prove in 2016, or it could be the end of the road.

Adrian Peterson thinks he can play longer than any RB in NFL history - SBNation.com

Adrian Peterson believes he can play at a high level until he turns 40, although he thinks he might not love the game as much at 38.

A trio of injured NFL 1st-round picks will finally get a chance to prove themselves in 2016 - SBNation.com

Kevin White, Dante Fowler and Breshad Perriman all missed their rookie seasons after being first-round picks in 2015. Their teams are counting on them this year.

The Onside Kick Family Hour: Drafting a kicker early is the worst kind of surprise in the NFL Draft - SBNation.com

Danny Kelly, Stephen White and RVB reconvene to discuss this year's NFL Draft results. This includes a lot of cussin' about the Buccaneers trading up to take a kicker in the second round.

Rookie Ezekiel Elliott is already paid more than most starting running backs - SBNation.com

The rookie wage scale has the No. 4 overall pick making top-10 running back money.

Sam Bradford ends pointless holdout with tail between his legs - SBNation.com

Sam Bradford's holdout made no sense and accomplished nothing.

New Bills linebacker Eric Striker makes rookie mistake by criticizing Buffalo wings - SBNation.com

"I've tasted a great chicken wing ... how much better could it be here?"