The Cardinals made strides forward in 2021, as a hot start led to a first-time playoff berth for quarterback Kyler Murray and head coach Kliff Kingsbury in their third year together. But it was the second-straight season that saw a hot start followed by uneven play, so they will be hoping for more consistency in 2022. Murray won’t have D’Andre Hopkins available for the first six games of the season (PED violation), but Arizona still has A.J. Green and also added Marquise Brown from the Baltimore Ravens, who is one of Murray’s best friends from their college days at Oklahoma. Running back James Conner and tight end Zach Ertz were also re-signed to compete again in a talented NFC West.
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