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
The Cardinals will give fifth-year QB Matt Leinart every chance to prove himself. With Kurt Warner retiring, the team has to find their starter at the position at least for the next few years. Leinart is due over $7 million in base salary for 2011. If he doesn't perform well this season, he'll likely be playing elsewhere in future seasons.
May 7, 2010
The Arizona Cardinals concluded their fourth NFL Draft with the combination of GM Rod Graves and head coach Ken Whisenhunt at the helm. The early returns on this year's draft class have been positive but only time will tell how it turns out on the field. Brad Wilbricht grades each individual pick as well as the overall result of the Cardinals' draft.
April 29, 2010
The Arizona Cardinals continue to move up and down the draft board on Saturday, securing another solid group of draftees. The Cardinals are in the process of finalizing their 2010 draft class, adding another pass-rushing specialist and a developmental quarterback thus far. Meet the newest additions headed to Arizona inside.
April 24, 2010
On Wednesday, April 14th, Scout.com's Chris Steuber hosted Scout NFL Radio with co-host NFLDraftScout.com's Chad Reuter and sports anchor Christina Cindrich. Also appearing on the show was Wisconsin LB O'Brien Schofield, Iowa CB Amari Spievey and Alabama CB Javier Arenas.
April 14, 2010
Which teams have been talking with Missouri WR Danario Alexander? Who made Cowboys team officials stop talking during Monday's weigh in? Who did Panthers defensive coordinator Ron Meeks corral after Monday's practice? All this and more from our NFL analysts in Monday's Rumors From The Field.
January 25, 2010