GLENDALE, Ariz. Cardinals coach Bruce Arians spent much of Mondays media session talking about offensive line play, and why not? Its been one of the teams biggest problems the past three seasons.
An offensive line determines how good an offense is going to be, left tackle Levi Brown said. The eye is always on us.
For a welcome change, the eye liked what it saw when the Cardinals beat the Packers 17-0 on Friday in the preseason opener for both clubs. Arians continued to praise the play of his four tackles, as well as his guards, when asked on Monday, but his penchant for hyperbole gave way to deeper insight on some of the players.
Of Brown, he said this: He played extremely well. Id just like to see him practice on a more consistent level.
Of rookie left guard and top pick Jonathan Cooper: He looked like a rookie. He is big and physical. Got off balance a few times in pass protection, but hes strong enough to recover. It was a good baptism for him.
When asked if Cooper is expected t...