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Cardinals sign 7th-round pick Nate Potter

The Arizona Cardinals inked another member of their 2012 NFL
Draft class Thursday, coming to terms with 7th-round pick
Nate Potter.

Potter, an offensive tackle from Boise State, started 34
straight games at left tackle for the Broncos, earning
first-team All America and unanimous All-Mountain West
Conference first-team honors.

For his career, Potter played in 51 games, starting 42.
Boise State went 50-3 during Potter’s eligibility.

Potter’s signing leaves only first round pick Michael Floyd
and third round pick Jamell Fleming as the Cardinals’ only
unsigned draft selections.

Offensive linemen Bobby Massie (4th round) and Senio
Kelemete (5th round) as well as safety Justin Bethel (6th
round) and quarterback Ryan Lindley (6th round) all
signed their first pro contracts earlier this week

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