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first_img“I think Arizona was the first team to contact my agent,”said Elder. “It couldn’t have worked any better becauseI’m already here.”Elder was among 16 players the Cardinals brought in for atryout, and one of only four the team signed.Parker was among 16 players the Cardinals signedimmediately after the NFL Draft.“I felt like I dealt with (camp) pretty well,” saidParker, who led ASU in tackles last season. “My biggestthing was my assignments and was I doing things correctlyand was I learning stuff fast enough.”Head coach Ken Whisenhunt and his staff threw a lot ofinformation at the players over three days and fivepractices.“It makes your college stuff look really basic andelementary,” said Parker of the complex coverages anddefensive schemes. “It was something that we’re going tohave to get used to, but I think I picked it up prettywell for being out here for three days.”Elder, who played in all 25 games with 20 starts in twoseasons at ASU, called the experience of being in an NFLcamp a blessing.“It’s complex but at the same time if you study and geteverything down then everything makes sense.” Both will put on the Cardinals uniform again next weekwhen the team holds its first of what will be three weeksof voluntary organized team activities (OTAs) before minicamp in June.“A lot of people don’t get this opportunity,” said Parker.“I’m hoping I can stick and stay home and get my careerstarted here.” Their trip to the Cardinals complex isn’t a long one —just 10 miles from where they played their college ball. Their goal to stay, however, may require a much longerjourney.Former Arizona State Sun Devils Colin Parker and EddieElder are now NFL players. Parker, a graduate of Chandler Hamilton High School,signed with the hometown team as an undrafted rookie freeagent, while Elder earned his contract following this pastweekend’s rookie mini camp. Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation Top Stories Comments   Share   Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’last_img read more