Arizona Cardinals go back to work
By Scott Allen
The Arizona Cardinals went back to work on Monday with the start of their offseason conditioning program
The 2019 season preparations have begun for the Arizona Cardinals. They were back to work on Monday with quarterback Josh Rosen the first one in the building.
Then again, reports are that is nothing new for Rosen. He has a work ethic that has never been questioned by the Cardinals or anyone else.
There are alot of rumors about possible trades, what the Cardinals will do in the draft. Rosen has tuned them out, at least from the standpoint he is carrying on business as usual.
With the draft just two weeks away and then OTA’s, a lot is going to happen over the next month. In order to be on the field however, you need to be in shape.
With as many injuries the Cardinals have encountered over the past couple of seasons, conditioning should be paramount for them going into the 2019 season. The last two seasons have ended with the Cardinals with double digit number of players on injured reserve.
Going back to work wasn’t the only news the Cardinals made. We reported earlier about defensive end Rodney Gunter returning to the team, which was great news to hear.
They also saw two players, guard Jeremy Vujnovich and tight end Darrell Daniels sign tender offers. They also added to players from the AAF, Andrew Lauderale and Jeremiah Poutasi, btoh offensive linemen.
The depth is being added on the offensive linemen. Don’t get too attached to some of these guys as they likely won’t be around after training camp.
Monday was a no bad news day. It was a nice way to start the preparation for the upcoming season. It is just the calm before the storm though.
There are going to be a lot of rumors as we get closer to draft day on Thursday April 25th. Question is, will Rosen still be in a Cardinals uniform after that weekend?