Arizona Cardinals: 5 possibilities in first round of NFL Draft
By Scott Allen
The Arizona Cardinals have a number of spots they can fill with their first round pick of the 2017 NFL Draft
The Arizona Cardinals don’t need a cornerback it would seem in the NFL Draft. Just ask head coach Bruce Arians. They also apparently don’t need a receiver, this after moving running back Andre Ellington to receiver.
We took a look a couple of months ago at first-round possibilities. Now as we enter April, we take a look once again at who could be selected by the Cardinals in the first round.
Quarterback seems to still be a prevailing thought for their first round pick. They’ve visited with a number of them in the offseason. They also might go safety.
Then again, they might fool us all and take a punter. Alright, maybe not a punter but there’s no way the Cardinals are tipping their hand.
Heck, they might not even keep their first round pick. However every year we predict that possibility they keep it and take a surprise.
One thing is for sure, I would not like them to select another offensive or defensive lineman that will sit for a season. Enough with drafting a player for next year not this year. Been there done that.
There are players on both side of the ball I still see as a possibility though once the Cardinals turn comes up on the night of April 27th in Philadelphia. My best guess is someone on offense but a safety or linebacker would not be out of the question.