No team has been busier, but unlike, say, the Raiders and Jets, Arizona has attacked a ton of its biggest needs without going cap crazy. Welcoming Terrell Suggs and Darius Philon struck a nice defensive balance of vet experience with continued production (Suggs) outside and underrated but still loads of untapped potential (Philon) from the interior. Whether you had EDGE or DT first or second on the list of needs to begin the offseason, Keim attacked both with impressive results.
We had receiver behind DL/EDGE, and it's arguably the only one of the Cardinals' needs still requiring a lot more attention, with only ex-Bears first-round flameout Kevin White new to the mix.
But the Cardinals capably filled their long-burnable CB2 spot opposite Patrick Peterson with vets Robert Alford and Tramaine Brock, and added two starters up front in a trade with Pittsburgh for RT Marcus Gilbert and signing OG J.R. Sweezy.
The elephant in the room, of course, is the Kyler Murray vs. Josh Rosen debate, and we'd be lying if we said we're not still trying to wrap our arms around the idea of bypassing Nick Bosa or Quinnen Williams for Murray. When was the last time a team drafted top-10 QBs in consecutive years? It's almost unfathomable.
Until we not only hear Goodell announce Murray as the first overall pick but see the return on Rosen, we'll reserve our final judgment.