Happy Friday one and all, we have made it.
The Arizona Cardinals and the rest of the NFL are heading into the quiet time of year before the 2021 NFL Draft.
The Cardinals have made a number of impact signings so far, and that has them ready for the NFL Draft.
We have all the news from around the web to help you get ready.
Big-Name Offseason Additions Adamant They Still Have Game
Cardinals looking for vintage seasons from J.J. Watt, A.J. Green, Malcolm Butler
Analytical Approval: Cardinals Have Lowest-Priced Running Backs In NFL
GM Steve Keim focused on other positions during first waves of free agency
Cardinals Underground - The Guys Are Getting Punchy
It's good that Paul Calvisi and Kyle Odegard have settled their differences from a week ago, leaving an easy transition for the two to join Darren Urban to discuss the Reggie White/J.J. Watt parallels, what's left for the Cardinals to do in free agency, t
Mel Kiper Jr. names sleeper tight end who could be good fit for Cardinals
ESPN draft expert Mel Kiper Jr. said Zach Davidson, a tight end out of Central Missouri who hasn't received a lot of buzz, could be this year's surprise.
Colt McCoy contract detail: QB gets league minimum with Arizona Cardinals
His contract has no guarantees in his salary and his cap hit will be a little less than $1 million.
Veteran free agent RBs who still make sense for Arizona Cardinals
The Arizona Cardinals have not addressed running back in gree agency yet. These players would still fit with what they need with Chase Edmonds.
More contract details for Arizona Cardinals C Rodney Hudson
We now know what his salary will be all three years he is under contract.
Arizona Cardinals show interest in speedy RB/KR prospect
They have met with Iowa State running back Kene Nwangwu.
Daniel Jeremiah mock draft: Arizona Cardinals land top WR with 16th pick
The Cardinals do not go with a cornerback with the 16th pick in this mock draft.
Potential prospects available for Cardinals with No. 16 pick in draft
There are many ways that picks 1-15 could go before Arizona is on the board - here's one such scenario.