The Arizona Cardinals are in a bit of a bind in trying to replace starting left tackle Levi Brown.
Brown, who suffered a torn pectoral muscle in Friday’s preseason tilt with the Oakland Raiders, has been a stalwart on the team’s offensive line for years, playing one of the most important positions in the game.
Needless to say, replacing him with an inexperienced D.J. Young or D’Anthony Batiste may not seem like a great option, but as ESPN NFL insider John Clayton told Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf Tuesday, they may not have much of a choice.
“I went through a list of left tackles around the league and it’s not very good,” Clayton said.