The Arizona Cardinals are wrapping up Minicamp. Their three day mandatory camp had full participation with the lone exception of David Johnson, who is holding out. The Cardinals did bring in Greg Little on a tryout basis.
Little was also brought in the same capacity during the teams rookie minicamp back in May. According to Kent Somers, the Cardinals were likely to sign him after that, but a hamstring injury delayed their signing.
Odds are Cardinals sign WR Greg Little after minicamp. Would have signed after first tryout but suffered hamstring injury.— Kent Somers (@kentsomers) June 14, 2018
Little has been out of the league since 2016 and hasn’t played a snap since 2014. The 29-year-old was drafted back in 2011 in the second-round by the Browns. During his brief time in the league, he averaged 40 catches, 473 yards per season, and two touchdowns. He was never able to find the success he enjoyed his rookie season, which he posted 61 catches and 709 yards.
With the uncertainty at the position, it’s best the Cardinals add all the bodies they can to help answer some of the concerns they face.
Do you like this move? Do you believe he has a shot at the 53 or will he just be a camp body?