The Cardinals have an abundance of WR talent, and that's not counting Larry Fitzgerald, Anquan Boldin and Steve Breaston.
With Jerheme Urban leading the way, the rest of the Cardinals' receivers have been catching passes all over the place in training camp.
Lance Long has improved his chances of making some team, if not this one, and roster longshot Onrea Jones made several big plays in the Cardinals' practice under the lights on Tuesday night.
Then there's Early Doucet, a second-year pro who has been slowed by a sprained shoulder, the result of a spectacular diving catch early in camp.
At the top of the list is Urban, who has cemented his position as the team's No. 4 receiver. Coach Ken Whisenhunt said Urban has had "as good a camp as anybody" on the team and veteran quarterback Kurt Warner agrees.
"He's had a great camp, really, really, really looked good," Warner said. "He just continues to grow and I think he just gains more and more confidence. He gives us as quarterbacks and the staff more confidence in him and as he makes plays, I think he's starting to realize his potential."