By Avery Duncan
The Arizona Cardinals held a pre-draft press conference and proceeded to say nothing new.
The Arizona Cardinals held a pre-draft press conference today featuring general manager Steve Keim and newly hired head coach Kliff Kingsbury. The result of the press conference was a lack of new information and continued confusion on just who will be the No. 1 overall pick on April 25th.
When asked about the draft process and who Keim may select, his response was far from an answer — a common tactic amongst most NFL executives as they very rarely reveal who will be their selection until it actually happens. He said;
“We are not done with this process. — There are a number of players in my opinion and our scouts’ opinions and our coaching staff’s opinion that warrant being the first overall selection.”
However, this typical, calculated response is a bit more interesting than in years prior with general managers holding the top pick. Why? Because the selection, if it’s not traded, may be one of three options; QB Kyler Murray, EDGE Nick Bosa, or DL Quinnen Williams. This is unique, as in recent memory most know who the pick will be or at least what position it will be. For instance, everyone knew the Browns would select a quarterback last year, and the year prior everyone and their grandmother pegged Myles Garrett to be the top pick to the same...