The 13th pick in the first round, Haason Reddick spoke to the press for the first time in Arizona.
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At his introductory news conference, Arizona Cardinals draft pick Haason Reddick answers a question about what he is going to do with his first NFL contract.
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Jay Dieffenbach and Dan Bickley assess the Arizona Cardinals’ selection of Haason Reddick in Round 1 of the NFL draft and discuss the needs the team still has to address.
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Check out how Cardinals fans were feeling during the team’s 2017 NFL draft party.
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With plenty of defense options on the table and all the quarterbacks gone, the Cardinals elected to go linebacker and Kent and Bob break down the reasons why.
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The Cardinals have made 18 picks in the first round of the NFL draft since 2000. Take a look at the standouts.
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With the 13th overall pick in this year’s draft, can the Cardinals afford to repeat their strategy with their last two first-round picks?
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Shot Clock: azcentral sports’ Jay Dieffenbach and Kent Somers have the latest on the Cardinals draft and the reinstatement of Daryl Washington.
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The Cardinals are hosting draft parties Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights at the Great Lawn outside of University of Phoenix Stadium.
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The Cardinals have the No. 13 pick in Thursday’s NFL draft. Several players are linked to the team in many mock drafts.
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azcentral sports’ Kent Somers and Jay Dieffenbach discuss possible Cardinals strategy in the NFL draft, views on picking a quarterback and more.
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Bob McManaman selects his top five defensive backs for the 2017 NFL draft.
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Bob McManaman ranks the top special teams players in the upcoming draft.
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azcentral sports’ Bob McManaman chooses the top five linebacker prospects in the 2017 NFL draft. (Photos by USA Today)
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Arizona Cardinals’ general manager Steve Keim and head coach Bruce Arians have found some of their best players in the third round.
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Arizona Cardinals Larry Fitzgerald and Chandler Jones discuss the importance of giving back and some bets amongst Cardinals players before the Larry Fitzgerald Celebrity Softball Game on Saturday at Salt River Fields. Patrick Breen/azcentral sports
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Cardinals GM Steve Keim has a tough task when it comes to finding quality talent and character to add to the team through the draft.
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azcentral sports Cardinals insider Kent Somers talks with Arizona Cardinals defensive tackle Fostee Rucker. || Video by Rob Schumacher/azcentral sports
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Cardinals defensive tackle Frostee Rucker discusses learning from last year’s expectations and adding Karlos Dansby and other veterans. Rob Schumacher/azcentral sports
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Breaking down the top three games of the Cardinals’ 2017 season.
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Shot Clock: azcentral sports’ Kent Somers and Bob McManaman discuss the Cardinals’ potential use (or overuse?) of running back David Johnson.
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Arizona Cardinals president Michael Bidwill talks about golf and the NFL draft at Cardinals annula golf outing. Video: Rob Schumacher/azcentral sports
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Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians is ready for the 2017 NFL schedule to be announced.
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Cardinals General Manager Steve Keim talk about the upcoming NFL draft. || David Kadlubowski/azcentral.com
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azcentral sports’ Jay Dieffenbach and Dan Bickley discuss Carmelo, a dancer, and the Cards’ quiet, classy young superstar.
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azcentral sports’ Kent Somers and the Cardinals’ Larry Fitzgerald discuss Fitzgerald’s charity softball tournament on Saturday.
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The Cardinals’ Larry Fitzgerald joined azcentral sports’ Kent Somers to discuss the team and the upcoming season.
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Scott Bordow sizes up the first day of strength and conditioning for the Arizona Cardinals at their training facility in Tempe. Tom Tingle/azcentral sports
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USA TODAY Sports’ Tom Pelissero recaps the NFL owners meeting and the proposed league rule changes.
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Bob McManaman and Kent Somers at the NFL owners meetings on Wednesday, March 29, 2017. Bruce Arianas likes full-time officials, centralized replay and says there’s 1 QB in upcoming draft who’s plug-and-play. Video: Tom Tingle/azcentral sports
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Coaches of the National Football Conference take questions from the media in Phoenix on March 29, 2017. Tom Tingle/azcentral sports
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Cardinals insider Kent Somers and other reporters talk with Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians at the NFC coaches breakfast on Wednesday at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix. Video by Tom Tingle/azcentral sports
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Bob McManaman of azcentral sports talks to AFC coaches at the annual NFL owners meeting at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix, Tuesday, March 28, 2017. Tom Tingle/azcentral sports
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Bob McManaman and Kent Somers at the NFL owner’s meetings: Coaches of AFC teams meet the media at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix on Tuesday, March 28, 2017. Video: Tom Tingle/azcentral sports
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Cardinals coach Bruce Arians discusses free agency, quarterbacks and cornerbacks in the draft on Wednesday night. Kent Somers/azcentral sports
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Cardinals GM Steve Keim discusses this year’s rookie quarterback class ahead of the NFL draft on Wednesday night. Kent Somers/azcentral sports
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The NFL draft continues with the second and third rounds Friday night in Philadelphia. The Arizona Cardinals have the 13th pick as the evening begins and we’ll have you covered with updates and analysis throughout the first round, and live reports from the Cardinals facility.
Cardinals trade up to get Washington Safety Budda Baker
Well, they traded up to get their man, but it’s not a quarterback.
For what they gave up, though, you’d have thought the Cardinals were certainly going after a QB. Instead, they sent their fourth- and sixth-round pick this year, plus their fourth-round pick in 2018, to the Bears to move up nine spots and select Washington safety Budda Baker.
The Cardinals also will get the Bears’ seven-round pick this year.
They love Baker, but that’s a ton to give up for a defensive back. Almost makes me wish they would have taken Kizer instead. Especially if he turns out to be as good as he thinks he is.
The good thing is, the Cardinals’ secondary just got faster and better.
NFL draft: Top safeties in the 2017 NFL draft
If you want him, get him
We heard from Bruce Arians how badly he and the Cardinals apparently wanted Paxton Lynch and Dak Prescott. He said both quarterbacks got plucked before the Cardinals could draft them,
OK then, don’t let it happen again.
If the Cardinals are eyeballing a quarterback of the future that they truly like – and word is that Arians loves Notre Dame’s DeShone Kizer – don’t mess around and trade up to get him.
The Cardinals have the 13th pick in the second round, but teams like the Chargers, Jets, Saints and Bills are all ahead of them and might be intrigued enough to take Kizer first. The Browns, in desperate need of a franchise QB, might also trade up to get Kizer before anyone.
Let’s see how this one develops.
Packers open to trade
Green Bay GM Ted Thompson told anyone who would listen that he was more than willing to trade the first overall pick in Round 2 – for a price.
The prize could be Notre Dame QB DeShone Kizer, Cal QV Davis Webb, Alabama tackle Cam Robinson, Florida State running back Dalvin Cook or a plethora of defensive backs and defensive linemen.
Who will bite? Well, these teams could be eyeing a quarterback – San Francisco, Jacksonville, Arizona, San Diego, Pittsburgh and the Jets and the Bills.
More NFL draft: Who do the ‘experts’ have Cards, NFC West taking Friday?
Top players available as Round 2 begins Friday:
T Cam Robinson, Alabama
G Forrest Lamp, Western Kentucky
RB Alvin Kamara, Tennessee
RB Dalvin Cook, Florida State
S Budda Baker, Washington
CB Kevin King, Washington
CARDINALS DRAFT HISTORY: Look at QBs drafted by team in Arizona