WR Rondale Moore inks rookie deal; Cardinals have all draft picks under contract

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Wide receiver Rondale Moore, the Arizona Cardinals’ second-round pick in the 2021 draft, was the only one of the team’s draft picks left unsigned as of Tuesday after linebacker Zaven Collins, their top selection, signed his four-year rookie deal. That is no longer the case.

The Cardinals announced the signing of Moore to his four-year rookie contract Wednesday afternoon.

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Moore was selected 49th overall in the draft out of Purdue.

He is expected to be the team’s top kick and punt returner as a rookie and will have a role on offense. What that role is exactly has not yet been determined.

The Cardinals get all their draft picks under contract before the end of minicamp and break for the summer until training camp.

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