The Arizona Cardinals only made one transaction before the NFL Trade Deadline as the rest of the roster stays intact.
Leaving the valley on Halloween, quarterback Josh Dobbs was dealt to the Minnesota Vikings, along with a 2024 7th round pick in the NFL Draft, for a 6th rounder coming to Glendale.
We have agreed to a trade with the Minnesota Vikings. pic.twitter.com/XIdr9PXeM2
— Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) October 31, 2023
Besides that, the Cardinals didn’t make anymore moves as stars like quarterback Kyler Murray, James Conner, Budda Baker and more that will continue to be in Arizona.
With Conner and tight end Zach Ertz, they are both on the injured reserve and previously interested teams did not take a chance on those two who are both on the sidelines.
Going forward, Cardinals head coach Jonathan Gannon said that Murray’s rehab progression after suffering an ACL injury is getting to the point where the QB has a shot at playing the Cleveland Browns on Nov. 5.
Additionally, rookie Clayton Tune may feature or even start, so Dobbs’ opportunities in Arizona were dwindling.
Currently, Arizona is 1-7 on the season, but with no major moves, general manager Monti Ossenfort and the organization have indicated that they are comfortable with the roster they have.