Dan Arnold could make 'real impact' for Arizona
Arizona Cardinals tight end Dan Arnold will have "a chance to make a real impact" this upcoming season, writes Scott Bordrow of The Athletic.
Arnold apparently left a positive impression in a small sample size after being claimed off waivers from the New Orleans Saints in December of last year. He caught 4 passes on 6 targets for 76 yards and a touchdown in Week 17 in a spot-start for Charles Clay. That performance could set Arnold up as a primary red-zone option for the Cardinals in 2020. His primary competition on the depth chart is run-blocking tight end Maxx Williams. Arnold turned 25 in March.
Arnold averaged 8.4 FanDuel points over three games for the Cardinals last season. That would have made Arnold the TE13 for the year. His 1.06 Reception Net Expected Points per target was tied for first on the team.
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