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Several of the Arizona Cardinals’ rookies in 2019 should have bigger roles in 2020. Others aren’t likely to. Here are the rookies whose roles likely won’t increase much in their second season. S Deionte Thompson Joe Maiorana-USA TODAY Sports Thompson split time on the field with fellow rookie Jalen Thompson after D.J. Swearinger was cut. However, his playing time disappeared with the emergence of Jalen. With Budda Baker already a Pro Bowler and with the emergence of Jalen and the possibility of the team adding a veteran at the position, Deionte probably won’t be more than a special teamer in 2020 unless there is an injury or he makes huge strides. This embed is invalid" /> Email Sign up Like this article? Sign up for the Cards Wire email newsletter to get our top stories in your inbox every morning An error has occured Please re-enter your email address. Thanks for signing up! You'll now receive the top Cards Wire stories each day directly in your inbox. 1 2 3 4 …5
On the field, Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald is a future hall of famer. When it comes to rapping, it might not be his strong suit. Along with singer Alexander Star, former New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez and Cleveland Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry, Fitzgerald tried his hand at some bars in “This is my Era.” Related Links Larry Fitzgerald re-signs with Arizona Cardinals for 2020 season Cardinals' Larry Fitzgerald to play in WM Phoenix Open Pro-Am Fitzgerald’s chimed in about ways that the community can take action to reduce its carbon footprint. The song is part of a campaign, Super Coral Play, which is designed to raise awareness about endangered coral reefs. It encourages people to make a play by getting involved in beach cleanup, stop using single use plastics and complete other actions. Follow @AZSports
Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray caused a bit of a kerfuffle earlier this week when he indicated he still had interest in playing baseball at some point. “I think I could. … Athletically, I think yeah, I could do it. I’ve been playing both my whole life. I would love to add that to the resume,” he told Bob McManaman of the Arizona Republic (Twitter link). Fortunately for Cardinals fans, they don’t have to worry about that anytime soon. Murray’s NFL contract specifically bars him from pursuing his other sport in any form, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network (Twitter link). Rapoport reviewed the language of Murray’s deal, which rules out “any baseball related activity, tryout, workout, scrimmage, any exhibition, from any baseball team in any baseball league.” Murray, of course, was previously a two-sport athlete. He was drafted early in the first round by the Oakland Athletics a few years ago, and until he took over for Baker Mayfield as Oklahoma’s starting quarterback, it was widely presumed he would p
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