The 5 Biggest Takeaways from Arizona Cardinals Rookie Minicamp

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The 5 Biggest Takeaways from Arizona Cardinals Rookie Minicamp
Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports
First-round pick Jonathan Cooper (61) with other rookies at their minicamp in Tempe.

Over the weekend, 35 Arizona Cardinals rookies and inexperienced second-year players took part in a rookie minicamp, and five main things stood out from the five practices in three days.

While it will take longer to know for certain if the team’s draft picks will pan out, it was a good start for the majority of them—and for an undrafted player or two.

Coaches were impressed with what they saw from the rookies, despite them only being in shorts and helmets. But how they perform in NFL Combine-like conditions in May and how they look Sundays this fall are two very different things, so do not get overly excited if you hear or read praise of players.

They still have a lot of proving and learning to do before being game-ready players.

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