August 3, 2021

Arizona Cardinals

Moore Of A Deep Threat

During his collegiate career, 78% of Rondale Moore’s targets came within 10 yards of the line of scrimmage (PFF Stats). Moore was mostly used as a gadget type receiver at Purdue, gaining a lot of his yards on sweeps, screens and quick passes. This wasn’t because he couldn’t make plays downfield, when given the opportunity

Top 5 Position Battles Going Into Camp

We’ve made it. Training Camp officially starts this week! With the upgrades to Center, Defensive End, and the “Z” position at WR, most of the starting jobs are set, but there are still a few intriguing position battles going into Cards Camp. Let’s rank the Top 5 5. 3rd Safety – with how often teams

Hopkins’ Choice

The Cardinals Superstar WR has been in the spotlight the last 24 hours for tweeting that the new NFL vaccine rules have him questioning his future in the NFL. He later tweeted he’s still got at least 9 years left in him and that he hopes they’re all with the Cardinals, but the initial tweet

Could Familiarity Spring Another Keim-Time Signing?

Steve Keim would tell you he’s excited about the open battle for the starting Right Guard spot, but there’s a saying in sports that goes something like “When you have too many guys at one position that usually means you have no guys.” Not to say Brian Winters, Justin Murray, Josh Jones, or Max Garcia

Relying on Youth and Experience; the 2021 Cards’ Youngest and Oldest

The Cardinals have an interesting fusion of youth and experience on this year’s team and will count on both to succeed. Youngest: Isaiah Simmons, Leki Fotu, Rashard Lawrence, Evan Weaver, and Jalen Thompson are all currently 22 years old but turn 23 this year. 5. CB Marco Wilson – turned 22 on March 3rd. Along

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