Arizona Cardinals: 50 best players since move to desert
By Scott Allen
Aug 29, 2013; Denver, CO, USA; A detailed view of the helmet of Arizona Cardinals outside linebacker Sam Acho (94) showing the heads up football logo before the start of the game against the Denver Broncos at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. The Cardinals won 32-24. Mandatory Credit: Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports
40. Tootie Robbins
Part of a very good and very big Cardinals offensive line for 10 years, four of them in the desert. He could move defenders around. He recovered two fumbles in his four seasons in Arizona.
39. Ben Graham
He was in Arizona for parts of four seasons from 2008-2011. His best season was in 2009 when he averaged 47-yards per punt. The great thing about Graham was his knack to consistently pin opponents inside their own 20-yard-line. It’s not always about the yards you know.
38. Steve Breaston
He was the Cardinals third receiver for three of his four seasons in Arizona. He saw little action in his rookie campaign of 2007 but he more than made up for that in 2008 when he caught 77 passes for 1,0006 yards and three touchdowns. He went on to have seasons of 712 yards and 718 yards respectively in 2009 and 2010.
37. Michael Pittman
A versatile running back in his four seasons in Arizona from 1998-2002. He rushed for over 700 yards in two of his four seasons, rushing for 16 touchdowns in his four years here. He also caught 73 passes out of the backfield for 579 yards and two touchdowns in 2000.
36. Earl Ferrell
He played eight seasons as a running back for the Cardinals, the first six in St. Louis. However his last two seasons in 1988 and 1989 in Arizona were productive. He rushed for 14,36 yards and 13 touchdowns in those two seasons. He also caught 56 passes and two touchdowns those two seasons.
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