22. Rudy Ford, S
2017 – 6th round, pick 208
The cornerback turned safety has been a consistent special-teams player for the Arizona Cardinals and expects to do the same in 2019. However, his inability to establish himself on defense is worrisome. He’s only seen 62 snaps on defense which all came during the lowly 2018 season. If Rudy Ford wants to be around after his rookie contract, he will need to develop his game to the next level.
21. Ed Stinson, DE
2014 – 5th round, pick 160
A former Alabama defensive lineman, Stinson had a few productive seasons with the Arizona Cardinals. He tallied 26 tackles and a sack during his tenure in the desert but was released after being placed on injured reserve to start the 2017 season. He then signed with the New York Jets and is now out of the league.
20. Stepfan Taylor, RB
2013 – 5th round, pick 140
A solid backup and spot starter, Stepfan Taylor proved to be a bang-for-your-buck selection in the fifth round. He gained momentum as a dependable back in a committee in 2014 but quickly lost his role to David Johnson. After his rookie contract, he went unsigned and is now out of the NFL.
19. Kareem Martin, DE
2014 – 3rd round, pick 84
A rotational pass-rusher in his days as an Arizona Cardinal, Kareem Martin has failed to accumulate more than 1.5 sacks per season, yet, he remains a productive player. Although he left the desert to go to New York and play under James Betcher’s defense, Martin was an okay pick by Steve Keim. We just wish he did a bit more in his days wearing Cardinal Red.