One year ago, the Arizona Cardinals named Steve Keim their new general manager.
Promoted from the role of Vice President of Player Personnel, Keim, who was 40 at the time, became the fifth-youngest GM in the NFL.
Coming off a season in which the Cardinals won just five games, he certainly had his work cut out for him. One year and 193 roster moves later, the team’s win total doubled, putting Keim in the running for Executive of the Year.
In this edition of “The Five,” I’ll take a look at the top five moves made under Keim’s watch in his first season as general manager.
1. Hiring Bruce Arians