Bobby Massie is currently leading the competition to be the Cardinals' starting right tackle and will enter training camp No. 1 on the depth chart.
The Cardinals will look at internal options to replace free agent RT Eric Winston.
Cardinals OC Harold Goodwin said RT Bobby Massie is entering a "make-or-break year" in 2014.
Cardinals GM Steve Keim mentioned second-year RT Bobby Massie as a player he thinks is poised for a "break out" 2013 season.
New Cardinals coach Bruce Arians plans to have as many as four assistants focusing on the offensive line.
According to Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic, Cardinals rookie RT Bobby Massie "has not looked ready for a primetime role" based on preseason games and training camp practices.
Fourth-round pick Bobby Massie has been promoted into the Cardinals' starting lineup at right tackle.
There's a feeling that Cardinals coaches would like fourth-round rookie Bobby Massie to win the right tackle job in camp.
Although fourth-round RT Bobby Massie is working with the second team behind Jeremy Bridges, coach Ken Whisenhunt is "looking forward to seeing him compete for that spot."
Sources close to the team tell NFLDraftScout.com's Rob Rang that the Cardinals will give fourth-rounder Bobby Massie "every opportunity" to win the starting right tackle job.
Cardinals agreed to terms with fourth-round OT Bobby Massie on a four-year contract.
VP of player personnel Steve Keim confirmed that the Cardinals envision fourth-round rookie Bobby Massie as a right tackle.
The Arizona Republic expects fourth-round pick OT Bobby Massie to push Jeremy Bridges for the Cardinals' starting right tackle job.
Cardinals selected Ole Miss OT Bobby Massie with the No. 112 overall pick in the 2012 NFL draft.