The Cardinals wasted no time in getting all of their draft picks under contract.
Wide receivers Hakeem Butler and Andy Isabella – fourth- and second-round picks, respectively -- were among the final five players to ink their four-year rookie deals on Friday, joining the half-dozen who did so on Thursday.
The group only arrived at the team facility on Thursday, so even though there is rarely drama with the current slotted system, it was a quick turnaround to get them all under contract.
Fifth-round pick Deionte Thompson, sixth-round pick Lamont Gaillard and seventh-round pick Michael Dogbe also signed on the dotted line Friday.
There have been some cases league-wide of contract negotiations taking more time due to offset language or other squabbles, but No. 1 overall pick Kyler Murray signed upon arrival and now the rest of the rookie class has officially joined him as members of the team.