The Arizona Cardinals know that the offensive line is an issue, and they appear ready to address it again this season through the draft. The Cardinals had a visit in March from Hofstra tackle Willie Colon. The 6'3"/315lb player was a three year starter at Hofstra, earning All-Conference and All-American honors during his senior year. A probable late round choice who will likely move to guard in the NFL, Colon would be a work in progress.
The Cardinals are not done though, having scheduled a visit with Chris Chester out of Oklahoma. The fifth year senior is a converted tight end who will likely need to add weight to his 6'3.5" frame but has incredible athleticism and a ton of upside. Currently ranked second in Scout.com's rankings at center, and could play guard as he adds weight and skill to his developing body.