Player #3 – Antonio Hamilton
Hamilton will be 30 when the Arizona Cardinals take the field come September, but he would provide excellent depth at what has been a thin position group over the past three seasons. Even if the Redbirds draft a corner in April, keeping Hamilton around still makes sense to be either the nickel or if a prospective rookie is ready, a dime back.
He saw action in just 10 games this past season, recording his first career interception and deflecting five passes. Even more impressive is the fact Hamilton allowed a max of 6.3 yards per target over the past two seasons, and no more than 9.5 yards per catch.
Hamilton allowed just two touchdowns since 2021, and no higher than an 89.9 quarterback rating in that span. Overall, he may be an older player whose re-signing may look counterintuitive, but Hamilton has proven himself to be a sound puzzle piece in the desert.