Andre Roberts is the No. 2 receiver, HC Ken Whisenhunt said.
But “everybody wants to talk about the No. 2 receiver and we don’t really get caught up in the No. 2. We run so many different packages where we use three receivers or even four receivers and there are a lot of times we tailor special packages to fit the individual strengths of the receivers. There could be different games where it is a different player because we feel that’s the best fit for what we are trying to get done.”
Still, Roberts being the WR2 is a big deal, at least in PPR formats. He's a nice sleeper, especially with Kevin Kolb coming to the rescue at QB. The Cardinals let Steve Breaston walk and failed to land another impact WR in free agency, so Roberts has a good opportunity ahead of him.