Eddie Elder Delivers The Lone Fourth Quarter Highlight For Arizona

Preseason tackling always leaves a little to be desired. Veteran players don't always give the tackles 100 percent, and the fringe roster guys struggle to bring down their man. Arizona Cardinals defensive back Eddie Elder delivered one of the more memorable hits in the Hall of Fame Game on Sunday night during an otherwise forgettable fourth quarter.

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On the receiving end is New Orleans Saints wide receiver Andy Tanner.

The Cardinals quickly got things back to preseason expectations on the resulting drive. At the Saints seven-yard line, Arizona stumbled, before Ryan Lindley threw an interception to prevent overtime, which might have been a favor for fans weary of watching the fourth teamers practice.

For more on the Saints, check out Canal Street Chronicles. For more on the Cardinals, be sure to check out Revenge of the Birds. Follow all the news and updates related to the Hall of Fame Game in this StoryStream.

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