Arizona Cardinals: Ranking the Five Strongest Position Groups

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2. Running Back

The Cardinals’ 8-8 finish last year was admirable considering they were missing their most-talented player for almost all of 2017. David Johnson’s return gives whichever Cardinals quarterback plays the safety net of arguably the NFL’s best all-around running back.

Arizona should also be able to keep Johnson fresh after drafting FCS standout Chase Edmonds, who has impressed Wilks with his abilities as a receiver and in pass protection.

T.J. Logan, whose rookie season was lost to a wrist injury provides a change of pace option and a kick return threat at what is the deepest offensive position on the Cardinals depth chart.

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