Cardinals rookie Lucas Crowley trying to put on weight, transition into NFL


Going into the NFL draft, Cardinals rookie center kept hearing from critics who were saying he needed to put on more weight. Crowley joined Doug and Wolf Tuesday on 98.7 FM, and said his playing weight in college ranged from about 280 to 290 pounds. Now at 293 pounds, Crowley doesn’t feel like his weight will or ever has held him back. (Arizona Sports)

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