Arizona Cardinals on Friday to reinforce a weak position through transactions.
Cardinals pay a 2018 undisclosed draft pick to sign the Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Marcus Cooper.
Cardinals make trading decisions will be understood that they have been trying to find a player who to be the partner of Patrick Peterson’s on the outside.
However, the transaction is not a guarantee to play a role. Cooper, enters the fourth season of his career, started all 16 games in 2013 season before his playing time gradually reduced. Last season, he was unable to enter the line-up and likely to be released throughout the summer.
But Cooper reinforcing the Cardinals second-line defense. Before this, the veteran cornerback Mike Jenkins ended his new season early due to the injuries, and Alan Ball hurt his quadriceps.
Cooper gets a chance to compete playing time because of the rookie Brandon Williams and Cariel Brooks’s poor performance in the final preseason game. Tyrann Mathieu, the best lineup last year, may also serve as a cornerback.
Cardinals have good lineups at both ends, but the cornerback is still a cause for concern. In this context, it may not be the last adjustment of the Cardinals lineup.