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Minimal changes expected on shaky Cardinal O-line

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Dan Arkush
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By Dan Arkush

After being abused by a ravenous Baltimore pass rush spearheaded by Terrell Suggs, Brandon Keith was mercifully replaced as the starting right tackle by Jeremy Bridges in the fourth quarter of the Cardinals' loss to the Ravens in Week Eight. As for the possibilities of other changes in an Arizona offensive line that has been mediocre at best this season, we hear there aren't any planned in the foreseeable future. There was some talk that D'Anthony Batiste could challenge disappointing former first-rounder Levi Brown at left tackle, but word is Batiste is considered by many a better option as a guard after making a positive impression recently replacing the injured Daryn Colledge on the left side. At right guard, we hear former starter Deuce Lutui remains entrenched as a backup behind Rex Hadnot, who is considered to have done a decent job despite a subpar effort against the Ravens.

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