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Arizona Cardinals to try out Ryan Watson despite Air Force rule
Air Force linebacker Ryan Watson was invited to the Cardinals' rookie minicamp as a tryout player even though he won't be allowed to pursue a pro career for two years.
Arizona Cardinals not taking it easy on rookies as minicamp opens - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
In throwing 90 percent of the playbook at rookies out of the gate, the Cardinals aim to find out who's serious about diving into an NFL career.
2017 undrafted free agents: Signings from every NFL team - NFL Nation- ESPN
Some of the best players in NFL history went undrafted. Here is an official list of this year's undrafted free agents for all 32 teams.
Dorian Johnson hopes to etch his name among Cardinals greats
The Cardinals believe they selected the best interior offensive lineman in the draft, who some scouts projected as a low first- to high second-round pick.
Former Texas A&M QB Trevor Knight is living a dream with Arizona Cardinals
That former Texas A&M QB Trevor Knight is in Arizona working with Cardinals coach Bruce Arians and the rest of the staff is no accident.
No risk in Cardinals' look-see with QB Blaine Gabbert
Bruce Arians' most vivid memory of Blaine Gabbert came in the QB's rookie season with Jacksonville, while Arians was still an offensive coordinator.
Cardinals sign deals with three players selected in 2017 NFL Draft
The Arizona Cardinals announced Saturday that they've signed four-year contracts with three players they selected in this year's draft.
Quarterback The Path For Trevor Knight
Notes: Dorian Johnson's video game dream becomes reality; Local connections.
Budda Baker, Haason Reddick Hit The Field
Notes: Rookie camp begins; Arians sees promise; a tryout for the future; familiar faces.
Late-Round Draft Picks Ink Their Contracts
Will Holden, T.J. Logan and Rudy Ford sign four-year deals with the Cardinals.