- According to Pro Football Talk, Cardinals QB Kyler Murray has language in his contract similar to Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston that voids future guarantees if he participates in any professional baseball activities.
- The Cardinals used the pick they received for QB Josh Rosen on WR Andy Isabella, which the rookie says he’s aware of: “There is definitely pressure but I think that makes it even more fun. It’ll make me work harder. I don’t like letting people down.” (Darren Urban)
- Regarding CB Patrick Peterson being in attendance for OTAs, new HC Kliff Kingsbury said: “I’m not sure about OTAs. Everything is voluntary.” (Darren Urban)
- According to Brian McFarland, the Cardinals signed TE Maxx Williams to a one-year, $805,000 contract that does not include a signing bonus.
- Here’s the full list of tryout players taking part in the Cardinals’ rookie minicamp. (Darren Urban)
“The Memphis guy gives us a Kamara element,” Snead said via Pro Football Talk. “We’ll play against him and you’ll feel it.”
“We’d identified him as a guy that has a specific skill set, that really can do some unique things for us offensively,” HC Sean McVay continued. “He was one of those guys that stood out for us, so we’re excited about getting him here.”
Second-year Saints DE Marcus Davenport said he sees a lot of room for improvement watching his rookie season.
“Honestly, I see I didn’t do enough,” Davenport said, via Josh Katzenstein of NOLA.com. “I see a lot of little mistakes, a lot of hesitation, missed opportunities. So, I’ve got to watch it over and over and over again and correct that, and I’ve got to watch more film on other people, too.”