The Arizona Cardinals remain in dire need of a legitimate WR2
In the best-case scenario, we will see the return of A.J. Green‘s pre-2018 production for at least the duration of his contract. If that’s the case, then Green can turn attention away from DeAndre Hopkins and the Arizona Cardinals‘ passing game will see a huge boost.
Especially if they find a way to bring Kyle Pitts aboard at tight end. If that’s the case, then the Cardinals’ offense will become one of the best in football. However, here’s the reality check: Steve Keim must trade up to draft Pitts, and for that, he’ll give up a plethora of draft picks.
And it still leaves the Cardinals in need of a legit WR2 for the future. Here’s what we know: A.J. Green isn’t a long-term fix. Christian Kirk is a splash player. Andy Isabella and KeeSean Johnson have done nothing to prove they’re the answers.
And the Cardinals have four picks in the later rounds of the draft. Odds are, they’re taking a receiver late. Keim has historically done this since he took over as general manager in 2013.
So who are a few sleepers the Cardinals can snag late in the draft? Let’s find out.