On an Friday morning, a crowd of Cardinals fans were in attendance at a training camp practice for the first time in two years, and they had loud cheers when quarterback Kyler Murray connected with receivers DeAndre Hopkins and A.J. Green. That’s what usually gets fans excited in camp, and that was the case Friday. Green brings height (6-foot-4) that can be advantageous for Murray in a group where Hopkins is 6-foot-1, Christian Kirk 5-foot-11 and rookie Rondale Moore 5-foot-7.
Whether they are new additions, young players coming into their own or coming off injuries, these players are intriguing.
Going into Year 3 I feel like he really feels like it’s his team now,” head coach Kliff Kingsbury said Friday after training camp. That ownership aspect has definitely grown. He’s handling himself that way, adversity just in practices.