Cardinals reportedly serious about moving up for QB

If you look at it from a need standpoint, the Cardinals should be high on the list of teams pursuing a quarterback. But picking 15th makes it harder.
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That apparently breeds a certain urgency.

According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Cardinals are making a lot of noise about moving up in the first round.

Authentic Sam Mills Jersey If they are, the logical landing spots would be the Broncos (fifth overall) and Colts (sixth), unless they’re prepared to swing a major deal. The Cardinals have an extra third-rounder, but lack the stockpile of draft picks that also-desperate Buffalo has at hand (two picks in each of the first three rounds this year). That could lead General Manager Steve Keim to consider dealing future picks if he’s hell-bent on getting one this year.

Baker Mayfield: He’s got tremendous feet. His first move out of the pocket is quick. Him and Josh Rosen get themselves in position to throw the football better than any of the other guys in the draft. He has great touch and he has definitely enough arm strength to make all the throws.

He’s gonna love to practice every day and give the team energy ’cause that’s who he is.

That’s Authentic Kevan Miller Jersey one guy I really am intrigued with because he can spin it and he’s been in a pro-style offense and he’s been hard coached by Bobby [Petrino], Arians said. He brings that unique skill-set, and it makes me look back at Vince Young. Vince could beat you and he was a heck of a leader. I don’t know why it didn’t work out for him, but listening to him now, telling his story, he’s like, ‘I didn’t put the time in.’ I think Lamar puts the time in. He’s going to get better, and he just brings that unique ability to break the game open with his legs.

Dave Robinson Elite Jersey Arians doesn’t buy the talk that Jackson isn’t ready to be an NFL-style passer.

He’s been in a pro-style offense, Arians said. He’s more of a scrambler with designed runs. I don’t think I’d design runs for him. I would just let him, a la Russell Wilson, take what’s there, and whoosh, take off running.

Arians had success coaching Carson Palmer, Andrew Luck, Ben Roethlisberger and Peyton Manning, but he never coached a runner like Jackson. He would have loved that opportunity.

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