TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) - Coach Bruce Arians says his Arizona Cardinals do not have ''any glaring needs,'' so they could go in a number of directions with the No. 20 pick in the NFL draft.
Safety, outside linebacker, inside linebacker, offensive tackle, even a quarterback are possibilities for a team entering its second draft under general manager Steve Keim.
Keim's first draft got great reviews, especially with his decision to nab safety Tyrann Mathieu in the second round and electrifying running back Andre Ellington in the sixth.
Adding a few pieces like that could do a lot for a team coming off a 10-6 season and believing it is on the cusp of contending with Seattle and San Francisco in the rugged NFC West.
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