Luckily for the Arizona Cardinals, OTAs is a good opportunity to work the kinks out.
Coach Bruce Arians wasn't too excited about how the Cardinals team activities panned out, but realized that there's a lot of moving parts still trying to come together
Newcomers such as LB Sean Weatherspoon are trying to find their niche while returning starters are trying to provide overall leadership to the team.
One of those starters, QB Carson Palmer, is an extremely vital piece of the puzzle for Arizona in 2015.
Palmer's rehab from a torn ACL is progressing as expected and the Cardinals expect him to be ready for the regular-season opener this fall.
As for the rest of the team, it will be a work in progress with OTAs setting the foundation for the 2015 campaign.
Cardinals OTAs off to a slow start
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