With so much talk of the new NFL season being upon us, conversations have shifted from players who will be added to the 90-man roster for training camp to ones who will make the cut for the final 53-man roster to open the 2013 season.
The Arizona Cardinals are the league’s oldest continuously run organization, remaining in constant business since 1898.
That means two things: 1) the team has the largest following of still-alive fans (yes, kidding) and 2) there have been a bevy of good players to don Cardinal Red over the years—Charley Trippi, Dan Dierdorf and Dick “Night Train” Lane, to name a few.
Some stayed in Chicago/St. Louis/Phoenix-Glendale longer than others did; all who made the roster had an impact on their respective team.
This edition covers the offensive side of the ball. How many current Cardinals made the cut?
You know how to find out.