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Well, let's start with the obvious: Max Hall is the new backup, with John Skelton the third stringer.
This had been speculated for days, but now is confirmed.
This means that the Cardinals will indeed start Derek Anderson.
But as for the other moves, they are intriguing in terms of the offense.
Probably the most intriguing is the signing of Johnson, as he is now the lone fullback with the Cardinals cutting Maui'a.
Will they use Johnson as the fullback to start the season? Or will they use the Pittsburgh style of 2-TE offense?
I imagine they'll go with the latter, with Stephen Spach and Ben Patrick playing big parts in the offense.
I'm a bit surprised they didn't keep Maui'a, considering they knew the offense, and Johnson does not.
I imagine they will use Spach as an H-Back at times though, along with Jim Dray.
Speaking of Dray, I'm glad the team kept him. He looked good in the preseason, and I really think he could succeed Spach as an H-Back with his blocking skills.