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Arizona football fans might be familiar with Rod Windsor (right).
Rod Windsor is a wide receiver who has been this close to making NFL teams three times only to wind up on the practice squad of Buffalo and twice with Cleveland.
Windsor could follow the path of another Arizona Cardinal great, Kurt Warner, as Windsor has an impressive background playing arena football.
Windsor was the Rookie of the Year in the af2 league with the Rio Grande Valley Dorados when he caught 184 passes for 2,364 yards and 59 TDs in just 15 games. He was the Rookie of the Year in the AFL in 2010 with the Arizona Rattlers with 193 catches, 2,372 yards and 42 TDs.
When the lockout hit in 2011, Windsor went back to Arizona and led the Rattlers with 156 catches for 1,830 yards and 36 TDs in a season that saw him named All-Arena First Team.
He also has good size at 6'2" and 210 pounds so he could take the hits over the middle.
Despite the knock some people will have about it being the AFL, Windsor's hands have to be looked at as an asset. A wide receiver that catches 533 passes in three seasons has to be drawing attention and the Cardinals would be wise to look his way.