Cardinals undecided on next week's No. 1 pick

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Speculation on what the Arizona Cardinals will do with the No. 1 overall pick has continued to increase as the NFL Draft draws closer.

"They're both dominant players", Keim said. "But within that, I had an unbelievable time. If teams don't, then they want to put me somewhere else and that's something I totally understand and I'm willing to do".

"It's annoying, but it is what it is. Football is a business, and I definitely respect the higher-ups and their decisions".

"Number one, we are not done with this process". Rosen's 2019 through 2021 cap numbers for the acquiring team would be $1,279,898, $2,079,796 and $2,879,694, which are also his remaining yearly salaries.

"I think some of it can get misconstrued a little bit because there are some teams that have their guy", Williams told Schefter.

Keim said the Cardinals will soon begin putting together their "top 120 board" in order to rank who they believe are the best 120 players in this year's draft.

Kyler Murray is still widely expected to be taken by the Arizona Cardinals with the top overall pick in the upcoming NFL Draft, but one analyst believes the Heisman Trophy victor could be in big trouble if the team decides to go in another direction. That would mean Rosen would either be traded or be teammates with Murray while competing for a starting job that was his last season. Coming off a 4-12 campaign a year ago and with more than a few roster holes to fill, Lynch could stand to add a few more picks, especially in the higher rounds.

Meanwhile, Kingsbury said he has been impressed by Rosen's steadiness amid the uncertainty surrounding the top pick.

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