The Arizona Cardinals announced four practice squad moves between Monday and Tuesday.
With their quarterback health back to normal, Arizona released quarterback Dennis Dixon from the practice squad on Monday.
On Tuesday, they announced two signings and a corresponding cut. They released linebacker Jonathan Brown from the squad and then signed linebacker Kaelin Burnett and cornerback Ross Weaver.
Burnett (6-4, 240) played in all 16 games with the Raiders last season and ranked second on the team with 10 special teams tackles while also forcing a fumble. He entered the league with Oakland as an undrafted rookie free agent from Nevada in 2012 and played in six games as a rookie after beginning the season on the Raiders practice squad. He was placed on Oakland's injured reserve (knee) on September 1 and was released by the Raiders on September 18. His brother, Kevin, has played in the league the past nine seasons with the Cowboys, Chargers, Dolphins and Raiders.
Weaver (6-1, 206) originally entered the league as an undrafted rookie free agent with the Miami Dolphins in 2010 out of Michigan State. During his NFL career, Weaver has spent time on the practice squad of the Seattle Seahawks, Dallas Cowboys, Detroit Lions and New York Giants. He played this past offseason and training camp with the Giants until he was released on August 26. While at Michigan State, Weaver was a team captain as a senior and started 17 career games for the Spartans.
The addition of Burnett has a clear purpose -- to gain some info on the Raiders defense.
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