Arguably the most daring pick in the draft for the Arizona Cardinals came when they selected O'Brien Schofield in Round 4. Schofield displayed tremendous ability in college but an ACL injury during Senior Bowl week severely hurt his draft status. Nonetheless, the Cardinals were willing to invest a fourth-round pick on the former All-Big 10 performer due to his uncanny ability to rush the passer.
May 25, 2010
It was an up and down season for the Cardinals' defense in 2009, and it ended in ugly fashion when the team gave up 45 points in consecutive playoff games. To make matters worse, the front seven took a big hit with the departure of Karlos Dansby. The front office has worked to add a few pieces to this unit, but there are still several needs at various positions. Andy Bishop explains.
April 5, 2010
It appears coach Ken Whisenhunt isn't going to hand the starting quarterback's job to Matt Leinart. Instead, Whisenhunt is looking for an experienced quarterback who can push Leinart and be a productive starter if Leinart falters or is injured.
March 12, 2010
The Arizona Cardinals took time out of their busy schedules to assess whether two of this year's future draft class would be the right fit for their organization. Scout.com's Charlie Bernstein confirmed these interactions, and we take a closer look at these two defensive playmakers who could solidify Arizona's defense at two different positions.
March 3, 2010