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Cardinals' second-round pick Christian Kirk reportedly arrested prior to draft

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Cardinals' second-round pick Christian Kirk reportedly arrested prior to draft

According to a report that came out yesterday, Kirk and some of his friends were observed near a golf course basically drunkenly throwing rocks at cars in the parking lot, causing at least one window in a auto to break.

A report from the Arizona Republic suggests that the Arizona Cardinals were aware of Christian Kirk's arrest when they made him the 47th pick in the 2018 NFL Draft late last month.

Cardinals second-round draft pick Christian Kirk was arrested in Scottsdale, Arizona, in February for disorderly conduct and damaging property, according to online court records.

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The police report added that officers "immediately noticed Kirk's demeanor" due to the "blank stare" he had on his face. They broke the window of at least one vehicle.

In post-draft press conferences, General Manager Steve Keim said the Cardinals paid special attention this year to character when drafting players.

This was confirmed in a statement issued by the Cardinals, who said that the team had already spoken to Kirk about what allegedly happened at the Phoenix Open, and had looked "independently" into the case. "Our understanding is that the process will be resolved in the near future but while it remains an active legal matter, we won't comment further", the Cardinals said. That is what I would be interested to know, and I'm sure we won't get an answer. The former Aggie standout was a five-star recruit out of Scottsdale's Saguaro High before he signed with A&M and former coach Kevin Sumlin.

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