Arizona Cardinals general manager Steve Keim’s track record is mixed
Since becoming general manager in 2013, Keim has selected at least one wide receiver in all but two seasons. And since a few mock drafts state the Arizona Cardinals will still select a wide receiver in 2021 despite the A.J. Green signing, let’s look at how well Keim has fared in drafting at the position.
Today’s post outlines Keim’s track record throughout the last 8 seasons. A few have been great and remain in the league today. Others fit best as role players while still, a few flamed out after a season or two.
We should also note that while the Cardinals did not draft a wide receiver in 2020, they pulled off a blockbuster trade for DeAndre Hopkins. And it’s safe to say that, in hindsight, Keim’s move to trade for a receiver as opposed to drafting one paid dividends and deserves an A+.
But how well did he do from 2013 to 2019? Keep reading and you’ll discover just where Keim’s former draft picks have gone since he took over as general manager.