As the Arizona Cardinals continue to shuffle their offseason roster, one position that has not seen much in the way of turnover is the running back position.
Well, according to Brad Gagnon of Bleacher Report, that is one position they should look at addressing this offseason:
The Arizona Cardinals were left high and dry in the offensive backfield when starting running back David Johnson missed most of the 2017 season because of a wrist injury, and they didn’t have any reliable alternatives when Johnson struggled for much of the 2018 campaign...
The Cards should consider bringing in a veteran like Jacquizz Rodgers, Jeremy Hill, Bilal Powell, Chris Ivory, Alfred Morris or Alex Collins to work with Johnson and Co. and provide better support for rookie quarterback Kyler Murray.
I understand the sentiment, the running back room after David Johnson is woefully thin on experience, as Chase Edmonds, D.J. Foster and T.J. Logan have a combined 75 career carries.
Adding a veteran, even if it is just for the preseason so they can learn the verbiage and play calls of the Cardinals new offense could make a lot of sense for the team. They could be cut if they do not out perform any of the youngsters during camp and likely be brought back in if anything were to happen to Johnson.
What do you think? Would you like to see the Cardinals bring in a veteran running back during training camp?