After finishing the 2018 NFL season with a record of 3-13, the Arizona Cardinals finished last place in the league which secured them the first overall pick in this year's draft. The team has a difficult decision ahead of them as they will be looking to sure up their future. Last season, the team drafted Josh Rosen and after a questionable first season, rumors are that the Cardinals could take another quarterback in Kyler Murray. Meanwhile, the Cardinals could also end up taking a sharp defensive player like Nick Bosa. While the Draft takes place on April 25th, general manager Steve Keim says a decision has yet to be made on who they'll take.

"Number one, we are not done with this process. We have not made a decision with the first overall pick," Keim said via ABC 15. "I'm not going to get into hypotheticals today. We're nine days away, guys. Anything can happen. I usually try to be straightforward with you guys, but at this time of year, we all know the drill. It's fun, it's good for talk shows and TV, but we have a job to do, as well."

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With the draft just eight days away, it's a solid bet that the team does, in fact, know who they're taking although they don't want to spoil the surprise. The draft wouldn't be near as fun if you knew who every team was going to pick before they did so.