Quick Hits With The Arizona Cardinals – 5/8 Edition
Happy Friday everyone! One day separates you and that couch. You earned it. You deserve it. But do you know what else you deserve? The latest news about your Arizona Cardinals.
Markus Golden ready to prove his worth to the Arizona Cardinals – Adam Green of Arizona Sports
"Yet while he was producing on the field, it was his more heralded teammates, like Michael Sam, Kony Ealy and Shane Ray, who seemed to get most of the headlines. But when asked if he felt overshadowed in school and underrated now, Golden said not at all.“I wouldn’t say that,” he said. “I wouldn’t even say I was overshadowed. If you look at my stats, compared to them guys, my stats are right there with them guys. Maybe they were talking to the media more than me a little bit, but you come down to Missouri, I get just as much love as they get.“I’m just making plays, and I know what I can do on the field. Shane, Michael, Kony, we’ve got a lot of great defensive players that come from Mizzou, and we’re going to keep the tradition going.”"
ESPN’s Todd McShay has Arizona Cardinals selecting QB in 2016 draft – Vince Marotta of Arizona Sports
"It hasn’t even been a full week since the 2015 NFL Draft concluded, but that doesn’t stop the experts from getting to work on projecting how next year’s will go.ESPN’s Todd McShay released his first 2016 mock draft Thursday, only 119 days away from the opening of college football season.Is it completely speculative and totally premature? Absolutely.With the ninth pick of the first round, the NFL insider has the Cards drafting their quarterback of the future, Jared Goff of California."
Get to know D.J. Humphries – Grant LaCorte of Raising Zona
"D.J. Humphries Jr. developed into the top offensive tackle prospect of his class. He came out of Mallard Creek High School as a tri-sport athlete in football, basketball, and track and was heavily recruited by major college programs. D.J. eventually accepted an opportunity to play football for the Florida Gators passing on offers from Alabama and Georgia, among others."