The Facts: The Cardinals wide receivers room had a monumental sea change when DeAndre Hopkins arrived. Its impact on Kirk will be interesting to watch, after his self-described "frustrating" 2019 season in which he battled a lingering and painful ankle sprain nearly all season (after suffering it late in a game already decided against the Seahawks.) But Kirk said he still made progress, and he is anxious to see himself within an offense loaded with promised behind quarterback Kyler Murray. "It'll be a little bit of pick your poison," Kirk said. "Defenses are definitely going to have to strategize well going into the week they play us. I think DeAndre does a lot for us. When you have a guy like that on the field, you have to pay attention to No. 10. It's going to be fun."
Diehards Line: Kirk echoed previous comments by Kliff Kingsbury that the receivers hoped to "soon" meet up with Murray -- who has been in Dallas -- to throw. But Kirk also said it would probably be even more important to have a second meet-up right before training camp starts, which in previous years was usually a "QB camp" scenario through the team. Impressed with how focused the entire offense has been with virtual meetings, Kirk said the self-scouting aspect has been the most productive. "To be able to look at what we messed up on Sundays has really helped us," he added.