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Offensive Tackle Bobby Massie
Up for grabs: right tackle
The Arizona Cardinals improved the offensive line this offseason by way of free agency and players getting healthy.
Former Oakland Raider Jared Veldheer came over to solidify the left tackle position, and 2013 first-round pick Jonathan Cooper should be back from a broken leg at left guard.
The right side, however, is not so settled.
The Cardinals had a pretty good right tackle in Eric Winston last season, but he still languishes on the market while Arizona has question marks at the position.
Bobby Massie is the presumptive starter, but he is largely unproven heading into his third season. He was awful as a rookie (though better as the season wore on) and saw all of 57 snaps last season.
Brady Sowell stepped in and started at left tackle after Levi Brown was traded, and there may be horror stories based on his play—Pro Football Focus (subscription required) rated him the worst tackle in the league in 2013. Perhaps he will be better on the right side, however.