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Arizona Cardinals sign three more NFL Draft selections to four-year deals

Arizona Cardinals' fourth-round draft pick Chase Edmonds (29) runs a drill against Jonathan Ownes (42) during NFL football rookie camp Friday, May 11, 2018, in Tempe, Ariz. (AP Photo/Matt York

With the Arizona Cardinals’ first day of rookie mini-camp done, the team signed three draft picks to contracts.

Chase Edmonds, Chris Campbell and Korey Cunningham all agreed to four-year deals with the team on Friday.

The fourth-round selection Edmonds is a running back out of Fordham. He was a three-time All-American selection in the FCS and set Patriot League records with his 5.862 career rushing yards, 74 career touchdowns and more.

Campbell was picked in the sixth round at 182nd overall. A corner out of Penn State, he started all 13 games in his senior year, amounting to a career-high 45 tackles. He also had one interception, one sack and two forced fumbles.

Cunningham was the Cardinals’ final choice of the draft at No. 254 in the seventh round. He was a team captain in his senior season and started 24 consecutive games at tackle.

With Josh Rosen signing on Thursday, wide receiver Christian Kirk and offensive lineman Mason Cole are the only two remaining draft picks that are unsigned.

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