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Cary Angeline is an intriguing big bodied receiving tight end for the Arizona Cardinals

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Happy Friday one and all.

We are heading into another baseball tournament weekend, meaning lots of baseball and some football.

Let’s start the weekend with a look at the four undrafted free agents the Arizona Cardinals brought in, starting with Cary Angeline from North Carolina State.

From the team:

N.C. State tight end Cary Angeline (ANN-juh-line) (6-6, 250) played in 35 games (16 starts) during his three-seasons with the Wolfpack after originally beginning his college career at USC. Last year, Angeline tied for fifth nationally among all tight ends with six touchdown receptions and was an honorable mention All-ACC choice after catching 27 receptions for 529 yards. A Chester Springs, PA native, Angeline finished his career at N.C. State with 61 receptions for 950 yards and 12 touchdowns.

Angeline’s biggest issue is his lack of athleticism within his game. He is not a great blocker, but more concerning is he was a 4.89 40 guy with a low vertical jump (29”). He profiles as the replacement for Dan Arnold, but Arnold was a 6-5 and ran a 4.63 and had an insane 39.5” vertical.

Can we expect anything from Angeline?