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Andy Isabella and second-year receivers get vote of confidence from HC

by Brad Camara | Cardinals Correspondent | Fri, May 15th 9:44am EDT

Cardinals' Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury expresses confidence in second-year receivers Andy Isabella, Hakeem Butler and KeeSean Johnson as his reasoning for passing on 2020's deep wideout class. (

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"We liked a lot of the receivers in the draft," Kingsbury said, "but we also like the guys we took last year." The Cardinals passed on receivers in the 2020 NFL Draft as the team is confident with Andy Isabella, Hakeem Butler, and KeeSean Johnson. "Hopefully things go as planned," Isabella said. "We get a shot on the field, we start making plays and things start to take off." Isabella hopes to find a bigger role in 2020, but will likely be fourth on the depth chart behind DeAndre Hopkins, Christian Kirk, and Larry Fitzgerald. The Cardinals' 2019 receiver class will try to carve out a role in an offense that employs four-receiver sets.

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