The Cardinals are done for the offseason. The football side of the building is on vacation until late July, getting a chance to recharge before the season starts in earnest. So roster moves are unlikely for a while.
But then comes training camp, and a time when General Manager Steve Keim likes to shop in the bargain bin for veterans who can help.
"I'm going to continue to stay active," Keim said during an appearance on the "Doug and Wolf" show Thursday on Arizona Sports 98.7. "If there is a player out there -- and we have monitored a few different players this time of year -- we'll bring them in and we will be aggressive about it. Now, it takes two sides. It takes one side to give an opportunity and the other side has to be on board from a financial perspective. But I really do think we will be able to add a player or two that can help and contribute this year."
Keim acknowledged it would probably be a position of need in that regard. He didn't get specific, but it's not hard to think that right tackle and cornerback could be areas where he'd look. D.J. Humphries has to prove himself at right tackle, and the Cardinals have already had a similar situation when they signed Eric Winston in 2013 to compete with still-yet-to-prove-himself Bobby Massie. Winston won the job that season. At cornerback, the Cards are young and Justin Bethel has to show he can start, so throwing a vet into the mix could push all involved.
But again, the vets "have to have the mental makeup" to fit, Keim said. In part, that vet has to be coming because of the situation, and not because of the paycheck -- because the Cardinals aren't going to be paying big at that time of year.