34. Logan Thomas, QB/TE
2014 – 4th round, pick 120
Logan Thomas has seen the most success out of any player up to this point of this list, but it’s not at his original draft position. After recording just one pass completion as a quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals, Thomas converted to tight end and spent time with three NFL teams before finding success for the Buffalo Bills. He is now on the Detriot Lions as a depth tight end.
33. Troy Niklas, TE
2014 – 2nd round, pick 52
Despite playing in 41 regular season games, Niklas’ Arizona Cardinals tenure can best be described as disappointing. An outstanding athlete, Niklas struggled to stay on the field and play consistently. Through his first three seasons, Niklas caught just seven passes for 71 yards. Despite his mostly healthy fourth season that included 11 receptions for 132 yards, Niklas wasn’t retained by the Arizona Cardinals and was signed by the New England Patriots where he was cut before the season.
32. Cole Toner, OG
2016 – 5th round, pick 170
The Harvard offensive guard played sparingly during his one season with the Arizona Cardinals. Toner was released before the start of the 2017 regular season. After the release, the guard spent time with both the Cincinnati Bengals and New England Patriots. He’s now a reserve guard for the Los Angeles Chargers.
31. T.J. Logan, RB
2017 – 5th round, pick 179
The lowest ranked player currently on the Arizona Cardinals, T.J. Logan has failed to solidify a spot on the roster. The North Carolina product has seen nine total touches in the NFL and has registered 39 scrimmage yards. With the recent extension of D.J. Foster and his extensive injury history, Logan’s roster spot is currently in jeopardy.