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Arizona Cardinals offensive depth chart after two weeks of free agency

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After two weeks the Arizona Cardinals have made some moves on offense, but most importantly they have added to what was a good offense in 2019.

They have nearly every starter returning right now, outside of the center position and have upgraded at wide receiver like few expected to be possible.

Let’s see where the depth chart lies after the first two weeks of free agency.

QB - Kyler Murray, Brett Hundley, Drew Anderson, Chris Streveler

RB - Kenyan Drake, Chase Edmonds, D.J. Foster

WR - Larry Fitzgerald, Andy Isabella, A.J. Richardson

WR - DeAndre Hopkins, Trent Sherfield, Hakeem Butler

WR - Christian Kirk, KeeSean Johnson, Johnnie Dixon

TE - Maxx Willaims, Dan Arnold, Darrell Daniels

LT - D.J. Humphries, Joshua Miles

LG - Justin Pugh, Sam Jones

C - Mason Cole, Lamont Gaillard

RG - J.R. Sweezy, Max Garcia

RT - Justin Murray, Marcus Gilbert, Brett Toth

At this point, you have to be comfortable going into the season knowing you can improve at a couple of positions, but there is nothing that screams “HELP!”.

Tight end and right tackle seem like the easiest place to slide in a new player and give even better depth to the team overall.