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Updated Wide Receiver Depth Chart for Cardinals Ahead of Training Camp

Devon Platana
A look at the Arizona Cardinals' updated WR depth chart ahead of NFL training camps.
A look at the Arizona Cardinals' updated WR depth chart ahead of NFL training camps. / Harry How/Getty Images
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The Arizona Cardinals had a mostly unimpressive 2020 NFL season, finishing 8-8-0 and missing the playoffs for the fifth year in a row. They'll be looking to change their fortunes in 2021 and, luckily, they have a group of wide receivers who can help them do that.

Here's a look at the Cardinals' updated WR depth chart for 2021.

Cardinals WR Depth Chart 2021

1. DeAndre Hopkins

Few NFL wideouts are on DeAndre Hopkins' level and he proved that once again in 2020. The five-time All-Pro receiver led all Cardinals pass-catchers in receptions (115) and receiving yards (1,407) while being tied for the team lead in touchdowns (6). Considering he's showing no signs of slowing down, look for Hopkins to be Arizona's No. 1 WR once again.

2. Christian Kirk

In just his third season of NFL action, Christian Kirk proved that he could be a valuable No. 2 wideout in Arizona. He's had 590 or more receiving yards in each of his three campaigns and scored a career-high 6 TDs in 2020. Quarterback Kyler Murray had a 95.0 passer rating when targeting Kirk last season, so there's a good chance that their connection will continue next season.

3. A.J. Green

Several years ago, it'd be absurd to think of A.J. Green as the third-best receiver on any team. However, NFL fans haven't seen the Green of old in quite some time. He missed the entire 2019 season with injuries and even though he suited up in each of the Cincinnati Bengals' games last year, he finished with a career-low 523 yards and just 2 touchdowns. Playing in the Cardinals' offense gives Green a great opportunity to bounce back.

4. Rondale Moore

The Cardinals probably have big plans for Rondale Moore or else they wouldn't have drafted him 49th overall at the 2021 NFL Draft. He was quite productive with the Purdue Boilermakers, recording 1,915 receiving yards and 14 touchdowns over the course of 20 games.

5. Andy Isabella

At 5-foot-9, Andy Isabella isn't the biggest wideout on the roster, however, he has shown some potential for the Cardinals. As a sophomore in 2020, Isabella finished with a pair of touchdowns to go along with his 224 receiving yards.

6. KeeSean Johnson

7. Krishawn Hogan

8. Rico Gafford

9. A.J. Richardson

10. Eno Benjamin

11. Antoine Wesley

12. JoJo Ward


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