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Cardinal Player Info

Quarterbacks:

09 Sam Bradford

6-4 224 Oklahoma Said to be very accurate - Only thing holding him back appears to be brittleness. If he can stay healthy, fans may be surprised.
03 Josh Rosen 6-4 226 R UCLA Cards traded up from #15 to #10 to get him.Considered by many the most technically advanced and smooth passer in the country and Arizona's QBOF.
06 Chad Kanoff 6-4 219 R Princeton  

07 Mike Glennon

6-3 243 Michigan State Signed in 2018 to provide depth behind Bradford.
Running Backs:
31 David Johnson RB 6-1 224 No. Iowa Back from wrist injury
29 Chase Edmonds 5-9 210 R Fordham Scatback in Ellington, K Williams, Logan mold
37 DJ Foster 6-0 195 2 ASU Week 2 pickup after DJ went on IR. Had good preseason for NE
48 Derrick Coleman FB RB 6-0 233 5 UCLA  
22 TJ Logan 5-10 195 R North Carolina Dislocated wrist in HOF game.
45 Austin Ramesh FB 6-1 255 R Wisconsin  
35 Elijaa Penny RB 6-2 234 Idaho Added bulk in off season. Stepping up physical play. BA likes but has some questions - "We haven't seen what he can do in a real game, but I sure liked what he did last PS." Urban lists him as signed thru 2018. Listed as signed to Reserve/Futures deal. Gives Cards big back backup to D Johnson in short yardage situations...& maybe more.
Wide Receivers:
11 Larry Fitzgerald (D1)
 
63 225, Pitt (D1)
One observer seemed to sum up our WR situation as Fitz and a whole bunch of other guys fighting for 4 or 5 spots. Signed thru 2017 - Could retire. Or not. Icon valued for leadership skills. Just about everyone hopes he'll return
14 JJ Nelson 5-10 156 UAB Signed thru 2018 - Came on strong late in season (as he became more consistent catching the FB). Ran a 4.28, but only weighed in at 156 lbs.
13 Christian Kirk 5-11 200 R Texas A&M Quick route guy drafted in the 2nd round - has Fitz's work-ethic and production
10 Chad Williams 6-2 204 R Grambling St. Nice catch in early practice session...Cards lacked a a size/jump ball element when Floyd left. Williams is expected to add that....Praise from BA - "Big, physical, sneaks-fast"
18 Brice Butler WR 6-3 220 6 SD State Most recently played for Dallas. Signed April 2018 - Physically fills our need for a big, physical WR

12 Cobi Hamilton

6-2 201 Arkansas  
19 Carlton Agudosi WR 6-6 220 Rutgers signed a year ago - big physical kid who saw very little action with Scarlett Knights.
16 Trent Sherfield WR 6-1 205 R Vanderbit  
17 Jalen Tolliver WR 6-3 210 Arknsas-Monticello  
82 CJ Duncan 5-10 195 R Vanderbilt  
83 Corey Willis WR 5-10 182 R Central Michigan  
15 Rashad Ross 6-0 180 4 ASU  
Tight Ends:
84 Jermaine Gresham 6-5 260 (5) Oklahoma Still hasn't met hopes they had when they signed him.
85 Gabe Holmes 6-5 255 3 Purdue  
80 Bryce Williams 6-6 260 3 ECU Signed in mid-April
81 Beau Sandland 6-5 255 1 Montana St  
87 Alec Bloom TE 6-6 253 R UConn  
89 Andrew Vollert TE 6-5 245 R Weber St  
86 Ricky Seals-Jones TE 6-5 243 R Texas A & M Expected to see more action as a receiver
Offensive Linemen:
71 Andre Smith RT 6-4 330 10 Alabama Offseason pickup. Expected to man the right side.
74 DJ Humphries LT 6-5 315 Florida  
79 Korey Cunningham OT 6-6 305 R Cincinnati  
53 AQ Shipley G-C 6-1 307 C-G (4) Penn State

 

70 Evan Boehm C-G 6-2 309 R MIssouri  
64 Mason Cole C-G-T 6-5 292 R Michigan  
67 Justin Pugh RG 6-5 311 6 Syracuse Signed fr Giants in offseason.
69 Will Holden 6-7 312 Vanderbilt  
62 Daniel Munyer G/C 6-1 305 1 Colorado  
66 Josh Allen OG 6-3 315 1 Louisiana-Monroe  
78 Vinston Painter OT 6-4 318 3 Virginia Tech Elevated fr PS & back downwhen Iupati put on IR
76 Mike Iupati LG 6-5 331 (6) Iowa  
60 Will House OL 6-3 314 R Southern Nazarene  
75 Brant Weiss OL 6-6 297 R Toledo  
68 Greg Pyke 6-6 325 1 Georgia  
73 John Wetzel G/T 6-7 328 (2) Boston College ER - Valuable as a depth guy (Battle-tested at guard and tackle)
Defensive Linemen:
55 Chandler Jones DE 6-5 265 (12) Syracuse UFA - 11-sack guy. According to D Urban, wil be franchised if a new deal can't be worked out.
44 Markus Golden DE 6-2 260 Missouri  
54 Bryson Albright DE 6-5 235 1 Miami (O)  
51 Praise Martin-Ogloke DE 6-1 256 1 Temple  
91 Benson Mayowa DE 6-3 265 8 Idaho  
90 Robert Nkemdiche DT 6-4 296 R Ole Miss Atttracting notice on second unit. (1st unit looking meh vs. run)...Signed thru 2019 - Disappointing rookie season marked by nagging injuries. 2017 could be a make or break year. Praise from BA - "Much improved."
95 Rodney Gunter DT 6-5 305 Delaware St. Signed thru 2018 - Cards would like to see him up his production. Really caught fire during the latter part of last season (beating the QB to his handoff on a few occasions).
98 Corey Peters DT 6-3 305 (7) Kentucky Signed thru 2017 - Back from injury - provded solid inside presence.
72 Olsen Pierre DT 6-4 293 (1) Miami (Fl) Praise from BA - "Our best interior pass rusher. Can't keep him out of the backfield.""
65 Pasoni Tasini DT 6-3 282 R Utah  
94 James Alec DE 6-3 272 R Wisconsin  
97 Owen Obasuyi DT 6-4 308 R Hampton  
63 Pel Anau DT 6-3 282 R No. Arizona  
61 Moubarek Djeri DE 6-3 275 No College Played in Europe - Double-digit sacks in 2 years there.
Linebackers:
43 Haasan Reddick LB 6-1 230 R Temple You can't teach his kind of speed, but still learning his craft Praise from BA - "...a natural, making good breaks on the ball." Eastern PA defensive end with an inspiring rags to riches back story. He and Reuban Foster were often mentioned in the same breath - Foster the bigger hitter/Reddick faster, smarter, cleaner and more durable. Reddick is expected to make the transition from DE to ILB and bring sideline to sideline range/coverage skills to the Cardinal LB corp,
58 Scooby Wright ILB 6-0 240 2 Arizona  
20 Deone Bucannon $LB 6-1 208 Washington St. Signed thru 2017 - $LB hybrid
59 Vontarrius Dora 6-4 256 2 Louisiana Tech  
52 Jeremey Cash 6-0 230 2 Duke  
49 Edmond Robinson 6-3 245 3 Newberry  
92 Dennis Gardeck LB 6-0 242 R Sioux Falls  
93 Frank Ginda LB 6-0 245 R San Jose St  
49 Matthew Oplinger LB 6-2 250 R Yale  
50 Airus Moore 5-11 230 R NC State  
45 Josh Bynes ILB 6-1 235 5 Auburn Picked up off the street and had a really good outing with less than a week to learn the Card defensive playbook.
Defensive Backs:
21 Patrick Peterson CB 6-0 219 UNC So far, our secondary said to be basically PP21 with a bunch of other guys not standing out in their battle for #2 CB. Uncorroborated report that Csrds siigned Tramon Williams..Signed thru 2020 - Remains our linchpin in the defensive bsckfield.
26 Brandon Williams CB 5-11 197 Texas A&M Signed thru 2018 -Very raw and thrust into a very challenging situation earlier in the season, but did show improvement during the latter part of this past year. D Urban observes that next season could be make or break.
33 Chris Campbell CB 6-1 194 R Penn St  
30 Rudy Ford S 5-10 205 R Auburn 6th round draftee (Cards traded two 7th round picks to get him)...converted from S
36 Budda Baker S 5-10 192 R Washington Late graduation made him a late arrival but hw's already making his mark....Said to be more like Earl Thomas than like the Badger...Praise from BA - "...(when he arrives) he will play all his natural spots (SS, FGS, slot CB)...Cards traded up into the early 2nd round to get him. Very similar to Mathieu in size, build and style.

41 Antoine Bethea S

5-11 206 Howard FA signee - 32 years old...Brings experience to the Card deep end.
23 Bene Benwikere CB 6-0 195 5 SJ State  
28 Jamar Taylor 5-11 192 6 Boise St. Cards traded a 2020 six round pick to get him. Taylor was highly regarded when he first joined the NFL but never really lived up to expectations. The hope is that he will bring a high enough "floor" to the #2 CB sposition opposite Patrick Peterson.
25 CJ Moxey CB 5-10 188 R Boise St  
39 Deitrick Nichols CB 5-10 189 R So Florida  
34 Tavierre Thomas 6-0 202 R Ferris St  
38 AJ Howard S 5-11 203 R Appalachian St  
42 Jonathan Owens S 5-11 210 R Missouri Western  
47 Zeke Turner S 6-2 214 R Washington  
32 Lou Young III CB 6-0 205 2 Georgia Tech  
40 Pat Tillman,   (S) 5-10 208 (3) ASU While Pat  was serving his country, we promised  we'd "keep the seat warm" for him with a roster spot here on the BRS.  He will remain a permanent fixture here - as he will in our hearts.
Specialty Teams
04 Phil Dawson K 5-11 200 18 Texas  
01 Matt McCrane K 5-10 165 R Kanss St.  
47 Drew Williams LS 6-3 190 1 South Carolina  
46 Aaron Brewer LS 6-5 232 6 SD State  
02 Andy Lee P 6-1 185 14 Pittsburgh  
Practice Squad
Injured Reserve
Unsigned FA
Reserve (Non-Football)
PUP
Reserve or Waived (Injured):
Reserve/Suspended by Commissioner)
Released/Traded/Not Tendered/Left Squad/Not Listed on Roster/Injury Settlement etc.
28 Marcus Williams CB 5-11 196 5 ND State  
68 Austin Olsen OL 6-5 315 R So. Illinois  
82Jonah Trinnaman WR 6-0 290 R BYU  
96 Mike Needham LB 6-3 225 R Southern Utah  
27 Elijah Battle CB 5-11 190 R West Virginia  
Harlan Miller S 6-0 182 SE Louisiana  
05 Alek Torgersen 6-2 229 1 Pennsylvania Torgersen, originally undrafted in 2017, has spent time with the Falcons and Redskins in addition to the Lions.
06 Brandon Doughty 6-3 212 1 Western Kentucky Doughty was a seventh-round pick of Miami in 2016 and spent the last two seasons on the Dolphins’ practice squad.
79 Max Tuerk OG 6-5 298 2 USC  
Almost mystical ability to consistently drop punts inside the 10 - 15 yard line. When healthy, he has terrific distance, roll and hang time.
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