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Cardinals Could Trade Number One Pick

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The Arizona Cardinals hold the number 1 overall pick in this April’s NFL draft, but they may be looking to trade down, according to ESPN’s Josh Weinfuss.

“While there are plenty of defensive options for Arizona to take at No. 1, with a new coach in Kliff Kingsbury, the Cardinals would be better suited to trade back to the middle of the top 10 and stockpile picks Kingsbury can use to bolster what was the league’s worst offense in 2018.

While they’re already slated to have about nine or 10 picks, they could increase that by three or four more this year by trading back, and use those picks to essentially revamp one or both sides of the ball.”

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Cardinals Release David Amerson

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The Arizona Cardinals have surprisingly released veteran cornerback David Amerson.

Amerson’s release is surprising considering that Cardinals’ cornerback Patrick Peterson will miss the first 6 games of the season as he serves a suspension.

Arizona will now lean on Byron Murphy and/or Tramaine Brock in the hopes they can hold down the spots until Peterson can return. The Cardinals also have Chris Jones, Nate Brooks, Brandon Williams, and Deatirck Nichols on the roster as well.

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Cardinals Sign Terrell McClain

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Terrell McClain

The Arizona Cardinals have signed defensive tackle Terrell McClain to a one-year deal, according to ESPN’s Vaughn McClure.

McClure spent last season with the Atlanta Falcons, starting 5 of the 13 games he played in.

McClure is familiar with Cardinals defensive coordinator Vance Joseph.

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Cardinals’ Patrick Peterson Issues Apology

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Arizona Cardinals All-Pro defensive back Patrick Peterson has issued a public apology following his 6-game ban from the league for PEDs.

Peterson has been quite the lightning rod for the Cardinals recently. Along with the suspension he has been the subject of trade talks, and requesting a trade himself last October.

Peterson has since dedicated himself to the organization, and has even sought out a restructure of his contract in attempt to lessen the financial impact his suspension would have.

“Definitely, definitely sorry for what happened today,” Peterson said, according to ESPN’s Josh Weinfuss , via Charean Williams of ProFootballTalk

“For the most part, I think you guys understand my character and also understand my commitment on and off the field and also to my teammates and also the Arizona Cardinals organization. That’s why this is obviously very, very hard for me, because I’ve never been in this situation before and never wanted to have my name attached to anything like this. But I’m looking to move forward, put this behind me.

“I want to thank my family, my teammates, the coaching staff, the Arizona Cardinals’ community and also the organization. I’m looking forward to getting back Week Seven. I’m going to try to keep the smile on my face and getting back to being the best DB in the league.”

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