NASHVILLE TN - AUGUST 23: Max Komar #18 of the Arizona Cardinals attempts to explain to the sidelines that he wasn't really holding after being called for the penalty during a preseason game against the Tennessee Titans at LP Field on August 23 2010 in Nashville Tennessee. Tennessee defeated Arizona 24-10. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)
As we wind through the 2011 season, we will see some slight changes on the roster and on the practice squad. The Arizona Cardinals decided to make some changes on Wednesday, releasing a few players and re-signing punter Ben Graham.
After the jump, see some more of the moves that the Cardinals made to help turn their season around.
As I mentioned, Ben Graham was re-signed, but the team also still has Dave Zastudil on the roster. Zastudil has a sore right knee and for a punter, the health of one's knee or any other part of the leg is very important. Graham was brought back just in case Zastudil can't go or if any complications arise. Zastudil is still the team's starting punter, but we may see Graham take a few kicks as well.
Also, two defensive backs were released from the Cardinals organization. Korey Lindsey was cut from the 53 man roster and newly acquired safety Mark LeGree was let go from the practice squad. However, LeGree was in a bit of a Twitter conversation with Jess and it sounds like if some more roster moves are made, LeGree could find himself back on the team.
Lindsey was released from the main squad, but the team decided to sign him to the practice squad. His salary will be severely reduced, but at least he is still part of the team. He could always find himself back on the team, possibly even as soon as this season given the lack of depth at the cornerback position.
Finally, the Cardinals and wide receiver Max Komar reached an injury settlement and he was waived from the injured reserved list. In some more tweets, Komar assured everyone that he is now fully healthy. It also sounds like Komar has also signed with a new team already, but he could not disclose which team it is. Whatever the case, good luck to you, Max. With the abundance of receivers on the roster, it was probably best that Komar was able to find a new team where he might be able to get some playing time.