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Photo by Kevin Abele/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images The Arizona Cardinals were serious about N’Keal Harry last year. This year, they come into the offseason needing to address the wide receiver and running back position and two ASU players at the 2020 Senior Bowl could fit the bill. In the first of our daily look at players to know at the Senior Bowl, we start with a pair from the valley who could fit into what the Arizona Cardinals need. Brandon Aiyuk, WR, ASU - Aiyuk is an electric play-maker with the ball in his hands and can run away and through defenders. He had a great final season at ASU, finishing with 65 catches for 1,192 yards and eight touchdowns. He’s a guy who can win around the line of scrimmage, in the intermediate and deep, and the 6-1 206lbs Aiyuk plays with a physicality few other receivers do. He could sneak into day one like N’Keal Harry did, but if he’s around at 40, he would be a dynamic fit in the Cardinals offense. Eno Benjamin, RB, ASU - Benjamin is a bit lost in the running back c
Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury likes to describe situations as “works in progress.” From Kyler Murray’s development to the team’s failure covering opposing tight ends this season, it was a phrase that came up a lot. There was actual progress regarding a number of topics as the first-year head coach directed Arizona to a 5-10-1 record in 2019. For the Cardinals as a franchise, however, the roster situation needs a lot of work. A relatively healthy year helped hide depth deficiencies. Related Links The 5: Arizona Cardinals top offseason priorities Cardinals believe culture, continuity in Vance Joseph's defense will pay off The Kliff Kingsbury and Kyler Murray gambles look good after 1st year K1 Podcast: Wrapping up Kyler Murray's rookie season General manager Steve Keim has money to spend — upward of $50 million as of this writing — and quite a few starting holes to patch by using that cash, plus draft picks, if Arizona wants to compete in a competitive NFC West. So with only the Super Bowl betwe
The NFL is still more than a month away from the beginning of free agency. The Arizona Cardinals are expected to be big players as they have more salary cap space than in recent years. Of course, they have some players of their own they would like to bring back and re-sign before free agency begins. Two show up on ESPN’s list of the top 50 free agents for this year. Coming in at No. 44 is tackle D.J. Humphries. Humphries is one of the most intriguing candidates for the open market. His age and position will attract plenty of NFL teams. But Humphries, a 2015 first-round draft pick, struggled to stay on the field until his contract year. Is he past those issues? Humphries played well last season, allowing only two sacks all year. Re-signing him is important for the Cardinals as well because he would be the first of general manager Steve Keim’s first-round picks to make it to a second contract. Cracking the top 20 on the list is running back Kenyan Drake, who comes in at No. 19. Drake was wildly productive afte
Katie Sowers, 33, came out as openly lesbian before the 2017 season, and will make history when she coaches for the 49ers in Super Bowl LIV.
At this time last year, the 49ers' coaching staff was in Mobile, Alabama, for the Senior Bowl. But now the team is getting ready for Super Bowl LIV.
Championship quarterback Tom Brady is a free agent, and during an interview, he said he is 'open-minded' about playing for a team other than the New England Patriots. Eric Mangini tells Nick Wright and Danny Kanell if he believes Tom Brady needs the Patriots to continue winning championships.