With the Arizona Cardinals having their first taste of success in about 10 years, it is easy to forget those lost, red souls who toiled for years to get the Cardinals even a glimpse of progress.
These are some of those who sacrificed their blood, sweat, and tears for a franchise that never seemed to care about winning.
These are the players who worked tirelessly to establish football in the desert and, for the most part, failed.
They endured numerous four- and five-win seasons, 100-degree temperatures in a college stadium, and an organization that seemed to care more about its bottom dollar than its team's often horrifying record.
These ten players had undeniable talent, but, for the most part, will never even be considered for the Hall of Fame.
Remember these names, because, if the franchise stays on this advancing path, they will be forgotten...