3 wide receivers the Cardinals should target in the NFL Draft

The Arizona Cardinals accomplished something in 2019 that is almost impossible. That is having a first-year head coach on the sidelines and rookie quarterback under center. In 2018, Arizona hired Steve Wilks and drafted Josh Rosen in the first-round. They quickly realized that was a disaster and decided to go a different way.

The Cardinals hired Kliff Kingsbury and selected Kyler Murray first overall in 2019. They hope that this is their route to becoming an explosive offense. Murray showed some potential as his season ended with the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award. For Kingsbury to implement his air raid offense, the Cardinals will need Murray to pan out and to add some more receivers.

Larry Fitzgerald led the Cardinals in receiving once again in 2019. He recently signed a one-year deal to remain in Arizona but his years are limited. Christian Kirk looks like he can be a staple for Arizona’s offense but he will need a partner. Lucky for Arizona, the 2020 NFL Draft will have one of the deepest wide receiver classes in recent memory. They will have plenty of chances to add a pass catcher and these three could be at the top of their list.

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