After arriving at the Cardinals facility Friday morning, new signee and veteran tackle Max Starks took his spot in the secondary locker room with most of the rookies and younger players. The main locker room was full, but Starks didn't mind.

Starks, who played the first nine seasons of his 10-year career with the Steelers, comes to the Valley with three Super Bowl appearances and two rings. He said once he got past the oddity of dressing next to players born in the 1990s, he said he thinks he'll really enjoy getting to mentor some younger guys on the offensive line while competing for a starting spot.

"It's an awesome opportunity to get the call, come out here and put my hand in the pile and work with the Cards," Starks said.

The veteran played his first eight seasons with Cardinals coach Bruce Arians on the sideline. Arians began his time on the Pittsburgh staff during Starks' rookie season, and in Arians' five seasons as the Steelers offensive coordinator, Starks became accustomed to the system.

Friday, he said he didn't feel like he missed a beat.