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NFL Nation reporters make their best predictions for what will happen in the NFL draft.
Hawks guard Trae Young says Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury "definitely" should pick Kyler Murray with the No. 1 selection in the NFL draft, "if he wants to win Super Bowls."
Kyler Murray remains the betting favorite to be selected by the Arizona Cardinals with the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL draft, followed by Nick Bosa and Quinnen Williams.
NFL Nation reporters played general manager for the teams they cover and made picks in a first-round mock draft, featuring the Giants snagging two potential franchise-changing players.
Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer
After the first day of voluntary mini-camp, Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury said incumbent quarterback Josh Rosen has "done everything humanly possible on the field. He is very confident and very cerebral."
Russillo goes all in on the NFL Draft with Todd McShay, plus Albert Breer on the Josh Rosen chatter and a story about Baker Mayfield and the Patriots.
Mina and Domonique Foxworth talk about why the Giants should not take a quarterback with either of their first round picks (14:15), whether or not Dwayne Haskins would be an upgrade over Jameis Winston in Tampa Bay (23:14), if they'd rather have unlimited queso or unlimited salsa (37:53), and if Domonique would hug Roger Goodell if he were a draft prospect this year (1:08:20).
NFL Nation reporters revisit the deals made during previous drafts that produced the most memorable outcomes -- good or bad -- for their teams.
Back in 2012, Kingsbury and Murray formed a bond. Now the new Cardinals coach is eyeing Murray again, this time as the No. 1 pick in this week's draft.
As the NFL draft looms, with the expectation that the Cardinals will take Kyler Murray with the No. 1 pick, current Arizona QB Josh Rosen says the uncertainty is "annoying" but he understands that "football's a business."
With NFL over/unders already released for every team before the draft, Mike Clay compares his projections to the Vegas numbers to find value bets.
Kyler Murray is perfect for what Kliff Kingsbury wants to do in Arizona. Here's where the other six top signal-callers should end up.
It's Kiper vs. McShay for 102 picks, as our draft gurus make selections as if they were running each of the 32 teams.
The Cardinals better get some wins early in Kliff Kingsbury's debut season, as their 2019 schedule features a brutal, five-week closing stretch.
John Pluym ESPN
If the Cardinals draft Kyler Murray and he starts Week 1, it would be against the Lions. The last two quarterbacks to make their first NFL start against the Lions won (Sam Darnold, Matt Ryan).
Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer
2019 CARDINALS REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE: Sept. 8 vs. LION; Sept. 15 at RAVENS; Sept. 22 vs. PANTHERS; Sept. 29 vs. SEAHAWKS; Oct. 6 at BENGALS; Oct. 13 vs. FALCONS; Oct. 20 at GIANTS; Oct. 27 at SAINTS, Oct. 31 vs. 49ERS (TNF), Nov. 10 at BUCCANEERS; Nov. 17 at 49ERS; Nov. 24: BYE; Dec. 1 vs. RAMS; Dec. 8 vs. STEELERS; Dec. 15 vs. BROWNS; Dec. 22 at SEAHAWKS; Dec. 29 at RAMS.
So long, Josh Rosen. A.J. Green to the ... Jets? This mock draft has 32 trades from the mind of Bill Barnwell.
The Cardinals say they are still deciding what they will do with the top pick in the draft. "We have time," GM Steve Keim said.
Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer
Arizona Cardinals General Manager Steve Keim says the club has not decided on who they will select with the #1 overall pick: "We're 9 days away. Anything can happen."
ESPN Cardinals reporter Josh Weinfuss joins Bill to chat about Arizona’s offseason, including Steve Wilks being replaced by Kliff Kingsbury, concerns over Steve Keim’s ability to build a competitive roster long-term, issues on the defensive side of the ball that need fixing and whether or not they intend to trade Josh Rosen and draft Kyler Murray.