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Cardinals Get Kliff Kingsbury Some Weapons

The moment he got off the phone with second-round pick Andy Isabella during draft weekend, Kliff Kingsbury clapped five times and let out an excited scream.

The Cardinals coach is known for his offensive ingenuity, but even the brightest football minds will be handcuffed without talent. General Manager Steve Keim attempted to rectify that last week, consistently selecting playmakers to ease Kingsbury’s transition.

Isabella was chosen in the second round, followed by wideout Hakeem Butler in the fourth, wide receiver KeeSean Johnson in the sixth and tight end Caleb Wilson in the seventh. Keim was adamant that he wouldn’t reach for wide receivers if a superior player at another position was available, and felt like he got the best of both worlds in the draft.

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