The Arizona Cardinals still probably don't have a clear idea of who they'll draft in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft. They could use pass protection for their quarterback, or wide receivers who can open up their passing game. Either of those could be extremely useful.
Mel Kiper released the fourth version of his mock draft, which you can view in its entirety if you have an ESPN Insider account by clicking here. Wide receiver Malcolm Floyd ends up on the Cardinals, a team that could use his services. Floyd could be a second option to Larry Fitzgerald.
Another pick I'll stick with, Floyd is a great complement to Larry Fitzgerald and will help Arizona maximize the options for Kevin Kolb. The offensive line could use help, but Floyd has proven that he'd be a good value here. Think of Atlanta getting Julio Jones to take some pressure off Roddy White last year. Floyd could fill a similar role.
To discuss the possibility of Floyd joining up with the Cardinals, check out Revenge of the Birds. To learn more about Floyd in Notre Dame, go to One Foot Down. Discuss mock drafts in general at Mocking the Draft.
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