The Cardinals failed to make the playoffs in 2016 and responded by mostly standing pat with the same core players heading into the 2017 season.
That strategy hasn’t paid off for them and the 6-8 team will be out of the postseason for the second straight season as a result. During an interview on Arizona Sports 98.7 on Monday, General Manager Steve Keim suggested a different approach to this offseason.
Keim said it was an “understatement” to say he’ll be making big changes come 2018 after this year’s disappointment.
Perhaps the most interesting place of change will be at the QB position. Carson Palmer's status is up in the air and it appears Blaine Gabbert may be in the doghouse. The return of RB David Johnson to the offense should certainly help.