When do the Arizona Cardinals begin training camp?
After advancing to the NFC Championship, the Arizona Cardinals come into the 2016 season with a Super Bowl on their minds and with an aging Carson Palmer, the clock is ticking on the team.
The good news is that they have improved massively over the off-season thanks to the hard work of general manager Steve Keim and the team should finally have a formidable pass rush that it has been missing for a while.
The team acquired Chandler Jones from the New England Patriots before the draft and they used their first-round pick on defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche, a player that many believe was a top-five talent if not for off-the-field concerns.
The team will now start to take a shape a little bit more with training camp beginning this week at the University of Phoenix Stadium. Players officially report to camp on July 28, with the first official practice set to take place the following day.
The big battle to watch for the Cardinals is who takes the second cornerback spot opposite Patrick Peterson. Rookies Brandon Williams and Harlan Miller along with Mike Williams will look to push incumbent Justin Bethel for starting time.