As the Arizona Cardinals finish off the off-season in preparation for the start of training camp on July 25th in Glendale at University of Phoenix Stadium, we are going to take a look at the team roster from A to Z as it currently stands. Next up is wide receiver Michael Floyd.
2013 season: Floyd had a great season as the number two receiver for the Cards. His numbers were more like a number one receiver. He had 65 receptions for 1,041 yards and five touchdowns. He almost double his yardage and had three more touchdowns last season than in his rookie season of 2012.
2014 season: What else can you say other than the guy is a stud. He has shown every bit of the potential he had and we were excited about when the Cards drafted him two years ago. The scary part? He can be so much better than he already is. I look for improvement over his 2013 numbers. I think this is the season the Cards really get him comfortable with the fact he will be the number one receiver maybe as early as 2015. He will be a huge target of quarterback Carson Palmer. Hopefully they can get him in the end zone a few more times than he did last year.