Former Seahawks WR Malik Turner Visits Cardinals: Report

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Malik Turner and Neiko Thorpe celebrate after a blocked match in 2019.

The Arizona Cardinals are beginning to seek much-needed help in a wide-ranging recipient position.

From ESPN Field Yates reported that the Cardinals hosted Malik Turner’s free wide-ranging receiver on March 30.

The 26-year-old has caught 12 tackles in 149 yards and three touches in limited action against the Dallas Cowboys in 2021. It doesn’t put Turner behind Amari Cooper, CeeDee Lamb, Michael Gallup and Cedrick Wilson in wide receiver depth graph.

Turner was an untrained freelancer out of Illinois in 2018 when he signed with the Seattle Seahawks. In his second season, Turner won 15 catches for 245 yards and one touchdown.

Special teams is another division that Turner can be approached. He has appeared in nearly half of the Cowboys specials team games in 2021.

Of course, if the Cardinals sign Turner, there are still question marks in the Arizona reception room. The Cardinals have lost Christian Kirk to free agency and no external #2 receiver with free agent AJ Green is still available. DeAndre Hopkins emphasizes the Cardinals wide receivers, but the rest of the options are Rondale Moore, Antoine Wesley, Greg Dortch, and Andre Baccellia wide receivers. Andy Isabella asked for permission to trade in early March and recorded only one catch in 2021.

Adding Turner will only incorporate depth into the Card’s expansion group.

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Cardinals Add Coach

On March 31st, Cardinals named Conner Senger for the coaching staff of the group under the Bill Bidwill Fellowship program.

For the past two years, Senger has coached at North Dakota State University as an offensive quality control coordinator. He was appointed offensive coordinator/midfielder coach at Central Washington University in 2022, prior to joining the Cardinals Fellowship program.

The show was launched in 2015 and Senger is the fifth cast member, after Levon Kirkland, Terry Allen, Don Shumpert (now offensive assistant) and Jordan Hogan.

According to staff writer Cardinals Kevin Parrish Jr.Senger will help in the midfield team of Kyler Murray, Colt McCoy and Trace McSorley.

All-Pro Stays in Division

It was reported by ESPN’s Adam Schefter that Pro Bowl frontrunner Bobby Wagner has agreed to a five-year, $50 million deal to join the Los Angeles Rams.

That means the Cardinals will still face the All-Pro six times a year. Wagner played 10 seasons for the Seahawks and completed 100 tackles each season.

The Seahawks released Wagner on March 9, a day after the team traded quarterback Russell Wilson to the Denver Broncos. It’s been a clean spring for the franchise after missing the knockouts for the second time since 2012.

Now, Wagner is on a team that just won the Super Bowl and the city where he was born.

The Rams have lost the keys, Von Miller in free agency for the Buffalo Bills. While Wagner plays in a different position, the move gives the team much-needed presence at the back of the line.

Arizona and the rest of the teams in the NFC West now face Wagner in the near future. Jourdan Rodrigue of the athlete note how important Wagner’s addition is to the Rams in terms of leadership.

“For weeks, the Rams have been fairly public about their interest in Wagner, who they believe could match rising ILB star Ernest Jones and help keep them more at the back. Wagner can do everything and will be an increasingly complementary leader,” Rodrigue tweeted. Former Seahawks WR Malik Turner Visits Cardinals: Report

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