Greg Moore and Kent Somers explain how Andy Isabella can fit into the Cardinals offense.
Brian Snyder, Arizona Republic
We’d all be a lot smarter if we knew what we know now way back when.
Imagine what could happen if the Cardinals could magically gift that power to rookie quarterback Kyler Murray. It’s possible, you know. All he needs to do to avoid any potential pitfalls and try to make a seamless transition from college football to the NFL is listen to the people who have been there before him.
Everyone who’s played the game can tell you something they wished they would have known more about as a rookie. Even those who thought they knew everything quickly discovered they didn’t know it all. They learned the old-fashioned way through hard knocks, disappointments and failures.
But as Cardinals players convene this week for a mandatory, three-day mini-camp in Tempe – the team’s activities until training camp – Murray can expect to receive countless words of wisdom and advice. It’s part of a wholesale team effort to help the No.1 overall pick from Oklahoma sidestep and scramble his way around as many rookie mistakes as possible.
“For me, the one thing…