Andy Isabella era with Cardinals appears to be nearing the end

(Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images) Andy Isabella
(Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images) Andy Isabella /

Former 2019 second-round draft pick Andy Isabella has reportedly been allowed to seek a trade this offseason by the Arizona Cardinals.

Before Rondale Moore was drafted last year, Andy Isabella was supposed to be the Rondale Moore for the Arizona Cardinals.

In 2019, the Cardinals used a second-round draft pick on the 5-foot-9, 188-pound Isabella, who ran his 40-yard dash at that year’s NFL Scouting Combine in a blazing 4.31 seconds.

Many assumed Isabella would develop into a unique weapon that Arizona could utilize in a variety of different ways on the offensive side of the ball. Unfortunately, Isabella hasn’t really been able to find a fit with the Cardinals since he arrived in 2019, and now it sounds like his time with the franchise could be coming to an end.

Arizona Cardinals reportedly allow Andy Isabella to seek a trade

After only hauling in a grand total of 31 passes for 426 yards and three touchdowns in three seasons with Arizona, Isabella is reportedly looking to get out of the desert this year.

CBS Sports’ Josina Anderson recently revealed that the Cardinals have allowed the former second-round pick to seek a trade this year. Isabella might have already played his final snap in an Arizona uniform.

It will be interesting to see if the receiver can even find a team that is interested in giving up assets to the Cardinals in order to acquire him. It’s not like he’s been putting up monsters during his NFL career, so finding a trade partner might be harder than Isabella thinks.

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If the receiver is unable to find a team that is willing to make a deal for him, his time with Arizona could still be coming to an end before the start of the 2022 season. Especially since the Cardinals have someone with a similar skill-set in Moore, who has already proven he can produce at a much higher level than Isabella.