With training camp approaching quickly, Scout.com dishes out up-to-date information about each of the Cardinals positions. Will Brian St. Pierre pounce on the No. 2 quarterback role? Will Beanie Wells take over at running back? What will happen to the cursed tight end position?
July 17, 2009
Reggie Wells is set at left guard for 2009, but questions surround fourth-year veteran Deuce Lutui. The Cardinals currently possess several backups at guard, most of whom have the ability to play different positions along the line. Andy Bishop evaluates the battle that will ensue for roster spots.
July 10, 2009
The Arizona Cardinals are putting a lot on the organization's plate. The front office sits just roughly $2 million away from the cap, which could mean no love for Anquan Boldin. Plus, a veteran player, who the Cardinals rely on for leadership, has been a no show at practices. Ken Whisenhunt is disappointed. AZRedReport.com dishes out the Cardinals latest player news.
The Cardinals have signed two seventh-round picks to three-year contracts, the team announced on Thursday. As first reported by Scout.com on Wednesday, LaRod Stephens-Howling, the first of their two seventh-rounders, agreed to a deal on Wednesday. Trevor Canfield (6-5, 264), the second of their seventh-round picks, became the third member of Arizona's 2009 draft class to agree to contract terms.
The 2009 draft class has big shoes to fill with the departure of key veterans from the Cardinals' NFC Champion squad. Arizona scooped up an assortment of talent, but will it be enough to recharge for another winning season? Chris "Beanie" Wells is the highlight of the group and should contribute early. What about the rest? AzRedReport breaks down every pick.
May 25, 2009