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It's hard to argue with the decision, as the ex-LSU sensation possesses a blend of size and speed (ran 4.34 in the 40-yard dash at the combine) that is almost unheard of for a cornerback and plays at a position of need to boot. Williams, a powerful
The Arizona Republic Turns out not all promises whispered in the weeks leading up to the draft are lies. When Virginia Tech running back Ryan Williams visited Arizona, someone with the team promised him the club would take him in the second round.
The Arizona Republic One nice thing, maybe the only one, about being an NFL team with a lot of needs is that it also means you have options in the draft. That's what the Cardinals will enjoy Friday, when the second and third rounds of the NFL draft
The Arizona Republic Though the NFL draft headquarters are in New York, the real work is done at the teams' headquarters. Television broadcasts show us the commissioner announcing a selection, the player donning his new team's hat and then posing for
The Arizona Republic azcentral.com In evaluating any possible trade offers for the fifth overall pick, the Cardinals must consider not only what they would receive in compensation, but also what they would be giving up...And while trading down would
The Arizona Republic To the Cardinals, their 5-11 record in 2010 induced acid reflux and remains lodged in their throats like a late-night burrito. Worse, the NFL's labor problems left them no way to treat it. With a player lockout in place, there
The Arizona Republic The Cardinals might select a quarterback in the NFL draft next week...The people who could supply the answers probably wouldn't even confirm the spelling of their own last names at this point. "It depends on the quarterback,"
Blaine Gabbert if the Missouri junior is still on the board when it picks fifth overall. It's hardly a given that Arizona would draft a quarterback that high, however, considering there are a few other positions of immediate need and the club remains
The Arizona Republic It's the time of year when you don't believe a word out of an NFL executive's mouth...Tease teams into thinking one thing and then draft a completely different player. I can't read the Cardinals' puh-puh-puh-poker face but I do
The Arizona Republic azcentral.com We'll spend the next three weeks looking ahead to the 2011 draft. But before we get immersed in that -- and I know it's too late for some -- I thought it would be interesting to look at the Cardinals 2010 class and