Rookie Review: Arizona Cardinals

NFL Draft Class 2010

(1-26) Dan Williams, NT, Tennessee: “Dumpster Dan” started his NFL journey on the wrong foot by failing to keep his weight in check and wound up being benched as a result. He came on late in the year by making plays in goal-line situations. Williams has quick feet and solid anticipatory skills. He should be the full-time starter in 2011. Grade: C+

(2-47) Daryl Washington, ILB, TCU: He was in and out of the starting lineup, as he kept learning throughout the season. Washington used his speed, lateral agility and uncanny instincts to flow to the ball but there were also moments when he struggled to get off blocks. He brought a much-needed element of explosiveness to Arizona’s linebacker corps. The man is a keeper. Grade: B+

(3-88) Andre Roberts, WR, Citadel: Suffered more than his share of drops and fumbles but

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