Cardinals know price is steep if they want a top QB in NFL draft
Trying to pry tangible information out of an NFL general manager and head coach about their pick intentions in the days leading up to the draft can be about as fruitful as asking a teenager to clean up his room. You can ask all day without getting any results.
Cardinals General Manager Steve Keim admitted as much on Wednesday when he and first-year coach Steve Wilks met with reporters for a pre-draft news conference.
Arizona has eight picks in the draft. In addition to the No. 15 selection, the Cardinals have one in the second round (47th overall), two in the third (Nos. 79 and 97), and one each in the fourth (134), fifth (152), sixth (182) and seventh (254).
It wouldn’t be the first time one of the NFL’s biggest-name quarterbacks was thrust into the Stormy Daniels vs. Donald Trump feud, however. In a 2011 interview with In Touch magazine that released in January, amid reports of Trump’s lawyer paying $130,000 for Daniels to keep quiet, the former actress said Trump made the Pittsburgh Steelers’ Ben Roethlisberger promise to take care of me and walk her to her hotel room after she and the former reality TV star allegedly shared a private evening together.
What does Tom Brady have to do with a former porn star’s alleged affair with the United States president? Everything, according to Twitter. Stormy Daniels, the ex-adult actress engaged in a legal dispute with President Donald Trump over a 2006 affair she’s detailed in various interviews, took to ABC’s The View on Tuesday morning to reveal a composite sketch of the man she says threatened and demanded her to stay silent about the incident.