STRATEGY AND PERSONNEL
The Cardinals have a full complement of 90 players and will continue to look for help at several spots, including on the offensive line, defensive line and at outside linebacker. They have also taken a look at a couple of veteran safeties, but don't appear to be in any hurry to sign one.
NT Dan Williams appears to have his weight under control. He's near 328 pounds, which is the weight at which coaches want him to play. Williams reported to camp out of shape last year after doing little conditioning work during the offseason. He is participating in all conditioning at minicamp and has met the standards for men his size.
--TE Jeff King suffered a partially torn tendon in his right quadriceps while training at the team facility. He has undergone surgery and the Cardinals are hopeful he will return by training camp.
--OLB O'Brien Schofield on Twitter confirmed he had offseason shoulder surgery. He is participating fully in voluntary practices and should be ready for the season.
--CB Greg Toler, who missed all of last season with a torn ACL, is participating in team sessions of practices. He is skipping most individual drills for now. He is expected back by the starting camp.
--RB Ryan Williams appears on schedule to return from a torn patellar tendon by the start of camp. He's doing strenuous rehabilitation work with an athletic trainer.
Cardinals still looking for help on roster
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