The news of John Carlson's unexpected retirement left the Cardinals without much experience at tight end. Can someone step up and fill his place?
A closer look at each of the 14 undrafted free agents signed by the Arizona Cardinals.
Arizona Cardinals tight end John Carlson, whose career was marred by head injuries, retired unexpectedly Tuesday.
ESPN Insider's NFL draft experts recap the 2015 draft for the Arizona Cardinals, including Mel Kiper's draft grades, Todd McShay's favorite pick and more.
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In this week's Cardinals mailbag, readers are full of questions about Arizona's draft picks and possible future player acquisitions.
Arizona moves down once and up once to both get extra picks and get the player it coveted.
Six of the seven members of this year's Cardinals' draft class have been assigned jersey numbers, according to the team's Twitter account.
The Cardinals addressed every need, except cornerback, that plagued them in 2014.
Our NFL Nation reporters assess each team's 2015 NFL draft class.
A few quick thoughts on the Arizona Cardinals' seventh-round draft pick.
Louisville tight end Gerald Christian was the last pick in the NFL draft Saturday, going 256th to the Arizona Cardinals.
Arizona's fifth-round linebacker proved himself at a higher level of competition after graduating early from Gardner-Webb.
Defensive tackle Rodney Gunter appreciates his path to the NFL given a hard-working childhood and his time at Delaware State.
A few quick thoughts on the Arizona Cardinals' fifth-round draft pick, J.J. Nelson
Despite having NFL size and quickness, the West Virginia linebacker's bulk is a concern.
A few quick thoughts the Arizona Cardinals' fourth-round draft pick: Rodney Gunter, DE, Delaware.
Todd McShay gives the full rundown of his favorite pick from each team in the 2015 NFL draft.
For the third straight draft under GM Steve Keim's direction, the Cardinals traded back. But that was just one move. Saturday might be full of them.
Chandler Harnish posted on Twitter that he'll be announcing this year's Mr. Irrelevant, who will be picked 256th by the Cardinals on Saturday.
David Johnson isn't the first Arizona Cardinals player from Northern Iowa University. And he's certainly not the most famous.
While the Arizona Cardinals weren't drafting for need necessarily, their second- and third-round picks filled pretty substantial needs.
The Arizona Cardinals select David Johnson, the big and powerful running back they've been lacking, in the third round of the NFL draft.