There are going to be plenty of former Cardinals involved in the team's draft announcements this weekend. We've already heard about Karlos Dansby in the second round and Larry Centers in the third round. That's Friday. Saturday, the Cardinals will have three players on hand in Tombstone, Arizona, from which the team will annnounce it's picks in the fourth, fifth and sixth rounds.
Defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch, offensive lineman Jeremy Bridges and tight end Ben Patrick will all take part in the festivities. Vanden Bosch was the team's second-round pick in 2001. Bridges had two stints with the Cardinals and started some games for the Kurt Warner-led Cards (and also interned as a coach at one point.) Patrick made a touchdown catch in the Super Bowl.
Tombstone's mayor, Dusty Escapule, and members of the Tombstone High School football team will announce selections as well.
A season-ticket holder, Matthew Bonnell, will be in Nashville to announce one of the team's seventh-round picks, No. 248 overall.