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Troy vs. Cardinals rookie in training exercise

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Football fans rejoice! The Arizona Cardinals are starting training camp this week. The team has a new starting quarterback -- but that's not the only big addition this year.

Their first round draft pick, Jonathan Cooper, is a 315-pound offensive lineman who scouts say is one of the quickest men his size they've seen in a long time.

How quick? FOX 10's Troy Hayden put him to the test to find out.

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