Andre Roberts agreed to a four-year contract Thursday.
And then there were three.
Last week the Cardinals had none of their seven draft picks signed. But Thursday, after third-round pick Andre Roberts agreed to a four-year contract, the team has just three picks left to sign – second-rounder
The Cardinals released defensive lineman
Terms were not revealed, but the National Football Post said the signing bonus is worth about $724,000. The deal is expected to be worth about $2.5 million.
Roberts, from The Citadel, is a wide receiver vying for the fourth spot behind
Roberts is The Citadel’s record-holder for career catches (285), receiving yards (3,743) and punt return yards (1,160), although he will have to prove he can perform consistently against a higher level of competition.
The Cards still have a little more than two weeks to get Washington, Schofield and Williams under contract.
Players arrive in Flagstaff the afternoon of July 30 to check in for training camp.