Arizona Cardinals' Post-Draft Wish List

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Arizona Cardinals' Post-Draft Wish List
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Western Kentucky tight end Jack Doyle was underrated.

With the 2013 NFL draft wrapped up and teams calling those left undrafted, we now turn to a wish list of players the Arizona Cardinals should bring in to camp.

Overall, the Cardinals did a fantastic job of adding talent to the roster. They added eight players from Rounds 1 through 7, most of whom can produce in at least some capacity as rookies.

From their top selection, guard Jonathan Cooper, to the shocker of the draft, cornerback/safety Tyrann Mathieu, even to running back Andre Ellington, there was a lot of value added all throughout draft weekend.

A couple of picks look suspect early, as can be said of every team’s draft every year, so to counter that, there are players who somehow went undrafted and should be brought in to help fill remaining holes for camp—a few of them could potentially earn roster spots come September.

Here are some areas of need following the draft and a few players who can fill those roles.

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