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Quarterbacks:
01 Kyler Murray 5-10 207 R Oklahoma Signed thru 2022. Looks like our QBOF. So far living up to expectations (leadership, playboook, zip, accuracy etc.).
15 Streveler 6-1 215 1 So Dakota St Off-season signee, considered kind of an "offensive Swiss Watch" abd might be used that way.
09 Cole MacDonald 6-3 215 R Hawaii  
12 Colt McCoy 6-1 212 12 Texas  
07 Brett Hundley 6-3 226 5 UCLA UFA. Solid in 2 late-season appearances. Knows system. Solid if unspectacular backup. Key to his future (& Cards season might be whether or not he can rise above the role of "system QB."
Running Backs:
26 Eno Benjamin RB 5-9 207 R ASU 7th round pick. Waterbug RB who might be used as an open-man receiving option and HR threat..
06 James Connor 6-1 233 5 Pitt  
2 Chase Edmonds RB 5-9 210 R Fordham Signed thru 2021. Shot at starting role undermined by injury. #2 RB - used mainly on pssing downs
29 Jonathan Ward 6-0 202 R Centr Mich  
37 Tavian Feaster RB 6-0 221 1 So Carolina  
41 Khalfani Muhammad RB 5-7 174 1 California .
Wide Receivers:
11 Larry Fitzgerald (D1)
 
63 225, Pitt (D1)
Continues to positively answer the perennial question: "Does he have anything left in the tank?" Provides much needed leadership to a young, talented WR unit).
10 D'Andre Hopkins WR 6-1 212 7 Clemson Considered a top 3+ receiving talent - Picked up in trade during off season.
85 Rondale Moore 5-7 180 R Purdue Drafted (2nd round)
17Andy Isabella 5-9 188 R UMass 2019 draftee. The talent is there (awesome speed), but he hasn't mastered the finer technques of being an nfl receiver. Signed thru 2022. 2nd rounder who never got 2nd round attention.
19 KeeSean Johnson 6-1 201 R Fresno St 2019 draftee. Signed thru 2022 Good hands and route -running ability earned an early start. But production tailed off later in season. Still some learning upside.
13 Christian Kirk 5-11 200 2 Texas A&M Signed thru 2021. Does what's expected consistently, but doesn't quite fill the role of a big play receiver who'll consistenty scare you. Swiss Army knife receiver opposite Fitz
18 AJ Green WR 6-4 207 11 Georgia  
80 - Rico Gafford WR 5-10 184 2 Wyoming  
20O Andre Baccellia WR 5-10 175 1 Washington  
30O Darece Robinson Jr WR 5-9 170 R Wayne St  
18 Krishawn Hogan WR 6-3 217 3 Marian (Ind)  
84 Isaac Whitney WR 6-2 204 2 USC  
16 Trent Sherfield WR 6-1 205 R Vanderbit Signed thru 2020 (7/27 - Some clutch play potential. Strong on special teams.
Tight Ends:
85 Dan Arnold 6-6 220 3 Wisc - Platteville Signed thru 2020. Some promise as high-point catcher - either as a TE or tall receiver.
81 Darrell Daniels 6-3 254 2 Washington Signed thru 2021. OK as reserve and special teamer.
86 Seth DeValve TE 6-3 245 5 Princeton  
89O Ian Bunting TE 6-7 255 1 California  
86 Cary Angeline E 6-6 250 R NC State  
82 Bruno Labelle R Cincinnati  
43O Bernhard Seikovitz TE 6-5 262 R Austria  
87 Maxx Williams 6-4 252 5 Minnesota Signed thru 2021. Cards extended his contract. Some potential down the seam and other receiving options.
Offensive Linemen:
53 Lamont Gaillard C-G 6-3 305 8 LSU Signed thru 2022. Team looking for another Swiss Army Knife along the OL.
74 DJ Humphries 6-5 307 5 Florida Starting LT if he can stay healthy.
68 Kelvin Beachum 6-3 308 9 SMU  
67 Justin Pugh 6-5 311 7 Syracuse Signed thru 2022. Starting LG fave - one of the rare linemen who stayed healthy and played a solid game. We like his leadership qualities.
66 Josh Miles 6-5 314 R Morgan St Fighting to find a spot on the roster.
79 Josh Jones 6-5 319 R Houston 1st or 2nd round talent in 3rd round clothing
72 Michal Manet C 6-4 306 Penn St. Drafted (Rund 7)
73 Max Garcia 6-4 309 5 Florida Cards wanted him back?
64 JR Sweezy 6-5 310 8 NC State Signed thru 2021 (7/27 - Known for his "competitive fire and willingness to play thru the whistle" & "may have to be held back"...Recent FA signee who should start at RG).
64 Sean Harlow 6-4 284 2 Oregon St  
62 Shaq Calhoun 6-3 310 2 Miss St  
75 Brandon Bowen 6-7 315 R Ohio St  
61 Rodney Hudson C 6-2 315 11 FSU  
65 Brian Winters 6-4 320 9 Kent St  
60 Koda Martin 6-7 300 2 Syracuse  
71 Justin Murray 6-5 315 2 Cincinnati Picked up on waivers from Raiders. Moved quietly and steadily upward on the development scale and has starting potential.
Defensive Linemen:
94 Zach Allen DE 6-4 281 R Boston College Signed thru 2022. Our perception - a bigger version of Markus Golden.
96 Angelo Blackson DL 6-4 319 6 Auburn  
98 Corey Peters DT 6-3 335 (10) Kentucky Signed thru 2020. Anchors the interior but could use a bit of surrounding support. .
97 Jordan Phillips DL 6-6 341 6 Oklahoma Off-season signee who adds bulk to interior line
95 Leki Fotu 6-5 330 R Utah 4th round draft pick known as a physical inside run stopper.
99 JJ Watt DE 6-5 288 11 Wisconsin  
93 David Parry 6-2 315 4 Stanford  
78 Cam Murray R Oklahoma St.  
96 Ryan Bee 6-7 280 1 Marshall  
92 Rashard Lawrence DT 6-2 308 R LSU Second of two 4th round picks brought in to sdd physicality and heft to the interior of the D-line.
Linebackers:
55 Chandler Jones LB 6-5 265 (12) Syracuse Cardinal (& maybe NFL) defensive MVP who's exceeded team expectations.
42 Devin Kennard LB 6-3 256 7 USC Off season signee who bolsters the LB corps.
92 Dennis Gardeck LB 6-0 242 R Sioux Falls Frequently mentioned as a Special Teams ace, but we think he's more than that. “He’s a guy who shows up early, extra hard worker, very football intelligent...turned some heads in the offseason." Kingsbury
58 Jordan Hicks 6-1 236 5 Texas Considered an excellent FA signing. We consider him a defensive leader who fills an important role as our MIKE ILB backer.
25 Zaven Collins 6-4 260 R Tulsa Drafted (Round one)
92 Victor Dimukeje 6-2 265 R Duke Drafted (6th round)
47 Zeke Turner LB 6-2 214 R Washingotn Strong on special teams.
51 Tanner Vallejo 6-1 230 3 Boise St In the mix but has an uphill battle to secure a roster spot. Flashed a littler in late season.
49 Kyle Fitts OLB 6-4 260 2 Utah Late addition who'll have to earn a spot looking fwd.
54 Terrance Smith LB 6-2 235 4 FSU  
52 Shareef Miller LB 6-4 255 2 Penn St  
57 Jamell Garcia-Williams LB 6-8 255 1 UAB  
27 Jamal Carter LB 6-1 215 4 Miami (FL)  
43 Donald Rutledge LB 6-1 215 R Georgia Southern  
54 Isaiiah Irving LB 6-3 254 4 SJ St  
59 De'Vondre Campbell 6-3 232 5 Minnesota Off season signee who will challenge for a starting LB position.
50 Evan Weaver 6-3 235 R California  
44 Markus Golden LB 6-3 260 6 Mizzou  
48 Isaiah Simmons 6-4 238 R Clemson "The Eraser" - Top draft pick who rings Pro Bowl talent to roughly 5 different roles Vance Jordan might carve out for him.
Defensive Backs:
33 Byron Murphy CB 5-11 190 R Washington Surprise i2nd round pick said to have an up and down year, but
should be calmed" by a switch to the slot.
27 Kevin Peterson CB 5-11 185 3 Oklahoma St  
25 Johnathan Joseph CB 5-11 186 15 So Carolina (IR)  
23 Robert Alford CB 5-10 186 8 SE Louisiana (IR)  
33D Lorenzo Burns CB 5-10 175 R Arizona  
20 Marco Wilson CB 5-11 187 R Florida Drafted (4th round)
32 Tay Gowan CB 6-2 185 R UCF Drafted (6th round)
32 Budda Baker S 5-10 192 R Washington Moved from hybrid slot spot to more traditional safety role. Pro Bowl consideration, but frankly, we pegged him as better than average but not as good as some experts rate him. (Card DBs struggled in coverage battles, and Budda represented 25% of DB personnel).
22 Deionte Thompson S 6-1 195 R Alabama He and Jalen Thompson are already known as "the Thompson Twins" and have legitimate shots at the two safety spots .Profiles as an elite centerfielder. (Degenaritive knee concerns dropped him off some team's boards).
34 Jalen Thompson S 5-11 190 R Washington St Moved on up to a starting safety role, but still has room to improve, considering coverage struggles by Cardinal DBs.
38 Chris Banjo S 5-10 207 6 SMU (Gotta contend for All-Name team). They say he became a "solid backup" with a "chance to stick around." We'd like to see more before penciling in a roster spot.
35 Picasso Nelson CB 5-10 193 1 So Miss  
30 Chris Miller S 6-0 191 1 Baylor  
21 Malcom Butler CB 5-11 190 8 West Alabama  
38 James Wiggins S 5-11 205 R Cincinnati Drafted (6th round)
36 Shawn Williams S 6-0 212 12 Texas  
28 Charles Washington S 5-19 192 3 Fresno St Picked up on waivers from Lions and helped out on special teams.
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
xx Bfrett Prater K 5-10 201 15 UCF Had a Pro Bowl season - contract extended.
02 Mike Nugent K 5-10 190 15 Ohio St  
46 Aaron Brewer LS 6-5 232 6 SD State Signed thru 2021. Fixture.
04 Andy Lee P 6-1 185 14 Pittsburgh Quietly gets the job done consistenty. Some feel he should be an All Pro
Reserve - Future
91 Michael Dogbe DE 6-3 284 R Temple Signed thru 2022. Still raw, but some potential.
50 Evan Weaver LB 6-3 235 R California UDFA. Tough guy who gets by more on grit than on physical traits. , Described by some as: "If Ron Wolfey played linebacker, he'd be Evan Weaver."
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.
 
 
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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