Nick Truesdell, TE
The Cardinals secured Charles Clay as their assumed starting tight end with Rickey Seals-Jones returning as well. If they decide not to draft a tight end, they could go this route.
Truesdell, who played with the Salt Lake Stallions, lead all tight ends in the AAF with 24 receptions. He had 269-yards receiving and three touchdowns.
He too has already had chances in the NFL but it appears he deserves at least another. He has been in camp with the Indianapolis Colts in 2016 and Minnesota Vikings in 2017.
He did have a very short stint, but never played as a member of the Arizona Rattlers, now a member of the Indoor Football League. He complied 127 receptions for 1,527-yards and 38 touchdowns over his Arena League career.
The Cardinals have been known to go four deep at tight end, so if called upon, Trusedell could have a fighting chance to make the final roster. For now though we will wait to see what happens.