The Cardinals signed wide receiver Larry Clark, an undrafted rookie tryout player at this weekend's rookie minicamp, on Monday.
It's rarely a bad thing when the head coach notices you as an NFL tryout player.
So when Bruce Arians specifically mentioned CSU-Pueblo wide receiver Larry Clark Friday after the first day of rookie
minicamp, it was hard not to pay attention. Maybe it shouldn't be a surprise the Cardinals signed Clark Monday, the lone tryout player to be kept after the weekend.
The Cards had an open spot on the 90-man roster after releasing safety Christian Bryant Thursday afternoon.
Making the team as a wide receiver will be a different story. The Cardinals already have a host of veterans: Larry Fitzgerald, John Brown, J.J. Nelson, Jaron Brown and Brittan Golden among the long-time vets. Jeremy Ross and Marquis Bundy remain from last season, Andre Ellington has moved over from running back and the team signed Aaron Dobson in free agency.
The third-round draft pick was Chad Williams, and the Cards also grabbed Carlton Agudosi and Krishawn Hogan as undrafted free agents. Arians, as a matter of fact, mentioned Agudosi Friday at the same time as he was praising Clark.
The Cardinals begin organized team activities Tuesday.