FTP: Awards keep coming for Cardinals

January, 15, 2014
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TEMPE, Ariz. -- A day after his mentor was honored by the Professional Football Writers of America, Cardinals rookie safety Tyrann Mathieu was named to the PFWA's All-Rookie team at cornerback.

He was the only Cardinal rookie to be honored.

Also earning a national distinction Tuesday was Arizona general manager Steve Keim, who was named executive of the year by Pro Football Talk. Keim was praised for his offseason acquisitions of Carson Palmer, John Abraham and Eric Winston, as well as his deft draft which yielded Mathieu in the third round and Andre Ellington in the sixth.

2013 PFWA ALL-ROOKIE TEAM

Offense

QB -- Mike Glennon, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

RB -- Giovani Bernard, Cincinnati Bengals; Eddie Lacy, Green Bay Packers

WR -- Keenan Allen, San Diego Chargers; DeAndre Hopkins, Houston Texans

TE -- Jordan Reed, Washington Redskins

C -- Travis Frederick, Dallas Cowboys

G -- Kyle Long, Chicago Bears; Larry Warford, Detroit Lions

T -- D.J. Fluker, San Diego Chargers; Justin Pugh, New York Giants

Defense

DL -- Ziggy Ansah, Detroit Lions; Star Lotulelei, Carolina Panthers; Sheldon Richardson, New York Jets; Kawann Short, Carolina Panthers

LB -- Kiko Alonso, Buffalo Bills; Sio Moore, Oakland Raiders; Alec Ogletree, St. Louis Rams

CB -- Tyrann Mathieu, Arizona Cardinals; Desmond Trufant, Atlanta Falcons

S -- Eric Reid, San Francisco 49ers; Kenny Vaccaro, New Orleans Saints

Special Teams

PK -- Caleb Sturgis, Miami Dolphins

P -- Sam Martin, Detroit Lions

KR -- Cordarrelle Patterson, Minnesota Vikings

PR -- Tavon Austin, St. Louis Rams

ST -- Don Jones, Miami Dolphins

Josh Weinfuss

ESPN Arizona Cardinals reporter

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