Arizona Cardinals: 50 best players since move to desert

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Dec 14, 2014; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Giants strong safety Antrel Rolle (26) breaks up a pass to Washington Redskins tight end Jordan Reed (86) in the end zone during the first half at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John Munson/NJ Advance Media for via USA TODAY Sports

35. Antrel Rolle

He bolted Arizona for New York after five seasons from 2005-2009.  He ended his time in Arizona with 12 interceptions, four of which were returned for touchdowns and 1.5 sacks.  He has played just slightly better in New York now after five seasons there.

34. Leonard Davis

He was one of the more consistent offensive linemen the Arizona Cardinals had in the early 2000’s.  The offensive line wasn’t very good under Denny Green but he could be counted on week in and week out.

33. Ricky Proehl

He caught 287 passes for 3,840 yards and 21 touchdowns in his five seasons in Arizona from 1990-1994.  Chicago, St. Louis, and Carolina also got to enjoy his talents until he retired after a brief stint with the Indianapolis Colts in 2006.

32. Derek Kennard

Not only was Kennard one of the better offensive lineman to play for the Cardinals from 1986-1990, 1988-1990 in Arizona, he also was one of the kindest.  His son also was a high school standout player locally.  He ended up playing for six more years after leaving Arizona before retiring after the 1996 season.

31. Neil Rackers

A very accurate kicker for the Cardinals for seven seasons from 2003-2009.  He went 25-28 in the 2008 Super Bowl season and 16-17 in the 2009 playoff season.

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