Larry Fitzgerald, Josh Rosen, David Johnson and Antonio Brown sound like a decent mix of offensive weapons. If Christian Kirk finds his stride in his sophomore season this team could see extreme improvement. And if Kliff Kingsbury can pull of going from the NFL’s worst to a .500 team, people are going to start talking about the next Sean McVay.
The Cardinals aren’t going to give up the first-pick in the draft for Brown, but they do have pieces to trade away. Patrick Peterson asked to be moved last season and his request was denied. Give the cornerback and a second-round pick to Pittsburgh and it’s nearly impossible to say no.
With two-years left on his contract, and at only 28-years-old, Peterson’s value is high. With a second-round pick the Steelers would now have three options between pick 20 and 52. They can target an inside linebacker in the first-round, look for a receiver in the second and still find another weapon, preferably an edge rusher, with their final pick in the second-round.