The Arizona Cardinals surprisingly traded with the Cleveland Browns last weekend, getting the cornerback they wanted
What you see now is likely not the whole story as it will stand at the end of July when the Arizona Cardinals open training camp. They seem set at some positions but not others.
Some of us thought despite the lack of talent and experience, they were done with finding another cornerback. Then last weekend they went and traded for Jamar Taylor.
In order to do that, they had to release one of their recently signed corners in Marcus Williams. It was a bit of a surprise Williams was let go of so quickly. He was here just a month.
This shows however the Cardinals are not going to rest until they feel they have the best product on the field. So where else do they still need help?
Receiver would seemingly still be a good bet. They do have 12 receivers currently on the 90-man roster. However a quick glance will tell you a good five or six of them don’t have a shot at making the final 53.
Guys like Eric Decker, Brandon Marshall, and Dez Bryant are still available. Now while it is unlikely the Cardinals go knocking on any of those doors, the possibility always exists.
Harry Douglas, Eli Rogers, even Brittan Golden are still on the market. Could one of them find their way to Arizona?
Then there is the offensive line. That as always will be an interchangeable piece on offense. Players health could play into whether they continue to look for outside health.
D.J. Humphries and Mike Iupati have had injury issues. Both are expected right now to be a big part of the Cardinals plans but you never know?
They would seemingly be done with cornerback now, right? One would think but that’s one thing Steve Keim fans love, he’s always hunting for the next best player.