Originally Posted by WolverineFan
With the 31st pick the Arizona Cardinals select Louis Delmas, FS from Western Michigan.
Explanation: The Cardinals had poor secondary play last year and it showed in the Super Bowl. Outside of All-Pro Adrian Wilson nobody played that well. Last year's 1st round choice Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie started slow, but improved every game and played well for a rookie and hopefully he continues to get better. With Rodgers-Cromartie locking up one CB spot and Wilson at SS the Cardinals have two good players in the secondary, but also have a need at FS and the other CB spot. Antrel Rolle is not the answer at FS and may be moved back to CB if Delmas shows promise as a rookie.
Getting the top ranked safety this late in the first round sounds like a good deal, especially if it fills a need.