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Cardinals Set With Six Draft Picks In April

First round is eighth overall; no choice in fifth round

The Cardinals have one pick in each round in the 2020 draft except for the fifth.
The Cardinals have one pick in each round in the 2020 draft except for the fifth.

The Cardinals are set -- for now, at least, assuming General Manager Steve Keim doesn't make a deal at some point -- with their six draft picks in April's draft.

They will have one selection in each round except for the fifth, since they exited the 2019 draft with two 2020 fifth-round picks.

The Cardinals spent their own fifth-round pick when they took safety Jalen Thompson in July's supplemental draft. They had also received a fifth-round pick in 2020 in the draft trade sending quarterback Josh Rosen to the Miami Dolphins. But when the Cards made their deal with the Dolphins in-season to acquire running back Kenyan Drake, it was for a sixth-round pick that could become a fifth if Drake reached certain conditions with his performance. Drake did reach those conditions, so the Cards sent the fifth-round pick back to Miami.

Drake is scheduled to become a free agent next week. The Cardinals also got a 2019 second-round pick for Rosen, a choice used to select wide receiver Andy Isabella.

The Cardinals had already sent their own sixth-round pick to Cleveland in 2018 in a trade for cornerback Jamar Taylor, but got New England's sixth-round pick last August when they traded tackle Korey Cunningham.

A full list of the Cards' picks, including their spot in the overall draft:

  • First round (8th overall)
  • Second round (40th)
  • Third round (72nd)
  • Fourth round (114th)
  • Sixth round (202nd)
  • Seventh round (222nd)

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