The Cardinals' change at quarterback to Carson Palmer shouldn't help just Larry Fitzgerald and the team's other wide receivers; it should also help tight end Rob Housler, who needs some consistent QB play in order show off his athletic gifts. Head coach Bruce Arians recently said Housler is "a wideout playing tight end. I think the sky is the limit as far as where he can get talent-wise."
Housler caught 12 passes in 12 games during his 2012 rookie season, which ended with him on injured reserve due to a shoulder injury.
Housler is another one of those height-weight-speed tight ends who are natural athletes and can be very talented NFL receivers. Now that Housler has a quarterback who can get the ball to him, maybe he can break through. Don't forget how much Palmer helped propel Brandon Myers' career last year. But right now, Housler is still deep in the TE2 range.