What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away The Cardinals have the 13th pick in the 2012 NFL Draft,and many think the team will be looking for offensive linehelp when they make their selection. ESPN NFL Draft guru Mel Kiper is one of them.Kiper’slatest mock draft, version 1.0, has the Cardinalstaking Stanford tackle Jonathan Martin with their pick. At 6-foot-6 and 304 pounds, Martin could be a big help toa team that featured the worst pair of tackles in the NFL.He was a 2nd Team All-American this season, and could filla need if Levi Brown departs as a free agent. Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ However, Martin is known for his run blocking more thanpass protection, so he may not be exactly what theCardinals want.Should the Cardinals take Martin — or any other offensivelineman in the first round — it will be the first timethey’ve spent an early pick on the line since taking theaforementioned Levi Brown in 2007. And we all know how that turned out. Top Stories Comments Share
One killed, one injured after explosion at Hancock County business 2019 Minnesota deer hunting licenses now on sale Kilat Fitzgerald Man shot by deputy after threatening statements Top Stories News at 9 anchor Erin O’Brien leaving FOX 47 ROCHESTER, Minn. (FOX 47) – A place where families create fun summer memories became the scene of a violent attack Tuesday night.“I was taking a picture of my sister and her friend” said Maddy Chase, the victim’s sister. “And one of the girls was walking past and decided to hit my sister in the face.”She says the photo was taken the second before the attacker began swinging, and the assault escalated with other juveniles joining in.Staci Fong, the victim’s mother, said her daughter has had problems with the same group of kids for years. “These kids, they don’t care. There were adults around and everything when this happened.”Olmsted County deputies said a female suspect was brought to the juvenile detention center.She is now facing assault and disorderly conduct charges.The attack was especially dangerous to the victim because she has Von Willebrands disease. The condition makes her more vulnerable to excessive bleeding.“Usually in the schools they really don’t do a whole lot about it here in Rochester,” Fong said.The assault meant the night of fun had to end early.“We made a call to shut down the rides until the incident was handled,” said Brandon Helgeson, the Olmsted County Fair Director. “I can’t stress enough this was an isolated incident.”The Olmsted County Sheriff’s Office said additional deputies are now patrolling the fairgrounds.But police said another assault happened just outside the fairgrounds across Broadway avenue, where a large group of kids were fighting in the Walgreen’s parking lot.Police said a 12 year-old boy suffered a broken wrist after being pushed into a pole.Everyone scattered as police arrived, and there are no suspects in that assault.