Arizona Cardinals: Breaking Down the 2012 Rookie Class Post-Preseason

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Arizona Cardinals: Breaking Down the 2012 Rookie Class Post-Preseason
Mark J. Rebilas-US PRESSWIRE
First-round draft pick Michael Floyd celebrates a touchdown against Denver.

The Arizona Cardinals drafted seven players in the 2012 NFL Draft, and all seven of them have made the roster. 

Arizona addressed its needs on the offensive line with three of its seven picks, and Pro Bowl wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald got a player to complement him in former Notre Dame wide receiver Michael Floyd

Offensive linemen Bobby Massie, Senio Kelemete and Nate Potter all were brought in to shore up a shaky offensive line. Ryan Lindley was brought in to challenge for a back-up quarterback spot, while Justin Bethel and Jamell Fleming will bolster the defensive backfield. 

The Cardinals had five preseason games to see how the 2012 draft class would work out. They made the team, but how did they grade out in the preseason? 

Start the slideshow and find out. 

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