The Arizona Cardinals’ required minicamp has been noticeably devoid of Rodney Hudson. Hudson’s absence is unexcused, according to Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury, who did not go into greater detail. Hudson is a three-time Pro Bowl centre in his second season with the Cardinals. The 32-year-old spent his first six NFL seasons with the Chiefs before joining the Raiders for the next four seasons. Hudson has completed one year of his three-year, $30 million contract restructure with the Cardinals, which he signed last spring.There is no new information. We’re working on something with him right now “Hudson’s absence was noted by Kingsbury. “We’ll have that update as soon as we know.”
I could see myself playing center,” Pugh said, via the team’s website. “I’ve capped out money-wise at guard. Why not go out and see if I can play center? In this offseason, with Kyler (Murray), center is a very important position. There are a lot of centers that play older in their years, because physically it’s not as demanding. Mentally it’s much more intense, and that’s where I think I can succeed. We’ll try it out. We’ll see how it goes. If I don’t play real well, you’ll see me at left guard.” The Cardinals are coming off an 11-6 regular season and the franchise’s first playoff berth since 2015. While they didn’t make many offseason splashes, the Cardinals were able to pull off a trade that brought former Ravens wideout Marquise Brown to Arizona. Brown’s addition will help mask the absence of receiver DeAndre Hopkins, who will miss the season’s first six games after violating the league’s performance-enhancing drugs policy.
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