Cardinals rookie Lindley learning through OTAs

May 31, 2012, 10:54 PM | Updated: Jun 1, 2012, 1:52 am

Taken with the 185th pick of the 2012
draft by the
Arizona Cardinals,
quarterback Ryan Lindley is doing everything he can to
soak in information during OTAs.

Highly praised by the media,

Sports Illustrated’s Peter King
predicted that
Lindley will play by mid-season.

While not going that far,

ESPN’s Ron Jaworski
said he thinks Lindley
will be a starter
within four seasons.

“That’s a high honor,” Lindley told Arizona Sports 620’s
Burns and Gambo. “That’s a guy who has done a lot, seen a
lot. If I ever get to meet [Jaworski] I’ll definitely
thank him for the praise.”

Lindley joined Thursday’s show to discuss his experience
with OTAs and his role so far with the team coming from
San Diego State.

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