(Eds: With AP Photos.) By BOB BAUM AP Sports Writer Andre Roberts' first training camp with the Arizona Cardinals was bad, even by his own assessment.
He says he was a ''bonehead rookie.''
''Larry (Fitzgerald) always tells me it didn't seem like I was going to play in this league after my first training camp,'' Roberts said. ''But obviously I didn't see it that way.''
Three seasons later, Roberts is the No. 2 receiver for the Cardinals, despite the arrival of first-round draft pick Michael Floyd and the steady presence of Early Doucet.
''It's definitely a tremendous improvement, just on becoming a pro and learning how this game works,'' Roberts said.
He has emerged as a speedy, talented player with a knack for making big catches, such as the 6-yarder from Kevin Kolb for the winning touchdown against Seattle in last Sunday's season opener.
Roberts caught five passes for 54 yards against the Seahawks, including a crucial third-down reception that kept the winning drive alive, th...