TEMPE, Ariz. -- After just one day of rookie mini-camp, Cardinals quarterbacks coach John McNulty cant say how his team's sixth-round draft pick, quarterback Ryan Lindley, might project in the NFL.
He doesn't know if Lindley will adjust to the speed of the pro game. He doesn't know if the San Diego State product will pick up the offense well enough. And he can't predict whether Lindley will ever play a down in the NFL. But he does know one thing.
"The one thing you know for sure is the guy can throw a mile," McNulty said.
Lindley's "big arm," as McNulty called it, figures to make the Cardinals' quarterback situation interesting this summer, even if it is just the backup situation.
No, Lindley won't be challenging Kevin Kolb for a place under center. Sports Illustrated's Peter King predicted shortly after the draft that Lindley would get a shot at starting by midseason. That's probably a presumption that Kolb can't remain healthy and backup John Skelton can't get the job done. Bu...