Arizona Cardinals 1960 first-round draft pick:
Only played one game for the Cardinals and then left for Washington.
Arizona Cardinals 1961 first-round draft pick:
Never played for the Cardinals after being selected by the Buffalo Bills in the AFL draft that same year.
Arizona Cardinals 1962 first-round draft pick:
Echols would only play two seasons, while Goode stuck around until 1974, playing 162 career games.
Arizona Cardinals 1963 first-round draft pick:
Four first-rounders in two years, Stovall would record 18 career interceptions. Brumm recorded 41 sacks in his time with the Cards.
Arizona Cardinals 1964 first-round draft pick:
Kortas would stay with the team through the 1969 season and recorded 14.5 sacks.
Arizona Cardinals 1965 first-round draft pick:
Namath signed with the Jets instead, due to the amount of money and the Lincoln Continental the Jets were willing to give him. The Cardinals didn’t want to pay Namath too much. Read more here.
Arizona Cardinals 1966 first-round draft pick:
McAdams only appeared in 26 games, producing only three sacks. Ouch.
Arizona Cardinals 1967 first-round draft pick:
Williams racked up 2,768 yards receiving with 25 touchdowns from 1967-1973.
Arizona Cardinals 1968 first-round draft pick:
Lane was a successful running back for the Cardinals, with over 4,000 yards rushing and 30 scores on the ground. Lane also added 2700-plus yards through the air, with seven receiving touchdowns.
Arizona Cardinals 1969 first-round draft pick:
The third Hall of Famer the Cardinals have picked in the first round, Wehrli became one of the best corners the team has ever had. Wehrli stands third on the team interceptions list with 40 picks.
Wehrli made seven Pro Bowls and three All-Pro selections.