Draft analyst compares Michael Floyd to David Boston

After logging long hours traveling around the country, meeting with prospects, and studying a seemingly endless amount film, the Arizona Cardinals coaches and scouts can breath easier with the 2012 draft now in the rearview mirror.

Cardinals take o-linemen in fourth, fifth round

For those who questioned if the Cardinals would ever address their offensive line in the draft, they did, selecting a tackle and a guard with their fourth and fifth round selections respectively. The Cardinals decided to take tackle Bobby Massie in the fourth. Massie appeared in 37 games at Ole Miss, starting his final 29 games at right tackle, which has to be something that appealed to Arizona.

Cardinals stock up on OL, select T Potter in seventh round

Just when Cardinals fans thought the offensive line would become an afterthought in the draft, it quickly became a focal point, as the team took linemen with their fourth and fifth round picks. The club didn’t stop there. They ended their portion of the draft by selecting another tackle in the seventh round, Nate Potter from Boise State.

Floyd touches down in Arizona

What a whirlwind matter of hours it’s been for Michael Floyd…This is the life of a 22-year old football player who was just drafted by the Cardinals: you’re right in the middle of the glitz and glamour of Radio City Music Hall one evening, and in Arizona the next day meeting the Cardinals brass and the media.

Cardinals select former Irish WR Floyd at No. 13

There was so much speculation going around with the Cardinals facility on whether or not they would keep the 13th pick in the first round of the NFL Draft. After all, there was so much wheeling and dealing going on ahead of them that they could’ve made their pick and no one would’ve noticed. That’s how crazy it was leading up to their time on the clock.

Graves, Whisenhunt ready for NFL Draft

One of the events NFL fans always clamor for every year is the NFL Draft.

This year’s version kicks off next Thursday night, and teams, players, the draftees and their families will never be quite the same afterwards.