Quick Hits With The Arizona Cardinals – 4/28 Edition
The countdown to the draft continues on this beautiful Tuesday morning. New rumors surrounding the Arizona Cardinals and Adrian Peterson have evolved over the last day. Here’s the latest news on your Arizona Cardinals.
Arizona finds first-round pick trade too much for Vikings’ Adrian Peterson – Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports
"Peterson likes Arizona a great deal. All offseason, the Cardinals have been at the top of the heap of his preferred destinations. And if this could all be wrapped up for a second-round pick and a reworked contract, this deal would have been done over a month ago. But as of the beginning of draft week, that’s not working."
Realistic draft trade possibilities for the Arizona Cardinals – Ian Wharton of Bleacher Report
"The Cardinals’ brain trust of general manager Steve Keim and head coach Bruce Arians offered some insight to their plans. As always, the duo is upfront with their feelings, and they told Kyle Odegard of AZCardinals.com that they prefer trading down to moving up. In order to address some premium positions, the Cardinals may need to move up to find impact players."
Arizona Cardinals GM Steve Keim and former player Adrian Wilson discuss friendship – Josh Weinfuss of ESPN
"It’s even more fitting that Wilson will be delivering the news at the behest of Cardinals general manager Steve Keim. It was Keim, 18 years ago, who first saw a 17-year-old Wilson in the NC State locker room wearing a half shirt with a sculpted body underneath. Keim, just an area scout at the time, could tell there was something different about Wilson."
Steve Keim and the Arizona Cardinals ‘really like’ Damarious Randall – Adam Green of arizonasports.com
"Few players seem to have risen up the draft boards as quickly and sharply as Arizona State safety Damarious Randall.NFL.com’s Mike Mayock ranks him as the top safety in the draft.But that’s what happens when you record a 4.46 40-yard dash time along with a 38-inch vertical jump as well as other very impressive numbers at the NFL Draft Combine."