Happy Wednesday one and all, we are half way home to the weekend.
The Arizona Cardinals rookies are heading to offseason workouts and that means the first look at the highly touted rookies.
As we head into the offseason, there will be less and less daily content from around the web, but you can always count on getting all the news on the Arizona Cardinals here.
However, there is still plenty of news from around the web on the Arizona Cardinals to help get your day started.
You've Got Mail: The Rookies Are Coming
Topics include the offensive line and sunk cost
Much To Sort Along The Offensive Line
2019 Cardinals Draft Picks
Images of the 11 players selected by the Cardinals in this year's draft
Doug & Wolf rank the top 5 big impact Cardinals rookies
Kyler Murray, Andy Isabella and Byron Murphy are among the rookies taken in the 2019 NFL Draft who could provide a spark for the Arizona Cardinals.
Bickley: Kingsbury's fame, style of coaching is something new for Cardinals
Kliff Kingsbury is a new type of head coach for not only the Arizona Cardinals but the NFL as well.
WR KeeSean Johnson getting attention from national analysts
Mel Kiper and Lance Zierlein are big fans of the Cardinals' sixth-round draft pick.
Kliff Kingsbury at the bottom of NFL head coach rankings
It shouldn't be surprising when he has zero NFL coaching experience.
Kyler Murray starting in Week 1 would end streak of sitting No. 1 pick QB
The last two QBs selected first overall have sat out to start the season.
Cardinals 3rd-rd pick Zach Allen gives his own scouting report
He describes himself as athletic, technical and not a loaf.
Why are people still talking about Kliff Kingsbury’s weekend?
A coach can do things other than football preparation on the weekend during the offseason.
Cardinals get versatility, high motor with 7th-round pick Michael Dogbe
He has a chance to be a player who gets significant snaps as a rookie.
Every NFL Team's Undrafted Free Agent Most Likely to Make the Roster | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and Highlights
The 2019 NFL draft wrapped up April 27, but teams' additions of rookie prospects didn't end then. Squads have been adding undrafted free agents ever since and will likely continue to do so throughout the offseason...