Arizona Cardinals Should Look At Riley Reiff, Melvin Ingram, Courtney Upshaw, Michael Floyd

The Arizona Cardinals might be coming close to making a decision. One beat writer has an idea on who the Cardinals might pick.

Why would the Cardinals want any of these prospects? They would all help upgrade discernible weaknesses for Arizona.

  • Reiff gives Arizona an immediate tackle prospect to anchor on one side of the line to better protect their quarterbacks.
  • Upshaw and Ingram are probably two of the best pass rushers out there to help give Arizona's defense more pop.
  • Floyd gives Larry Fitzgerald a partner on the other side as a second option for wide receivers.

To talk about who the Cardinals should draft in the 2012 NFL Draft, head on over to Revenge of the Birds. To learn more about the prospects the Cardinals are interested in, head to Black Heart Gold Pants to talk to Iowa fans about Reiff, Roll Bama Roll to talk to Alabama fans about Upshaw, Garnet and Black Attack to talk to South Carolina fans about Ingram, or One Foot Down to talk to Notre Dame fans about Floyd.

You can get more coverage of the 2012 NFL Draft on our SB Nation YouTube coverage dedicated to the event by checking out the videos below.

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