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Arizona Cardinals make practice squad moves, cut RB Zach Bauman

The team makes a move now that Stepfan Taylor is back in practice.

David Welker

The Arizona Cardinals made a pair of practice squad moves on Wednesday. The team announced it released running back Zach Bauman and signed cornerback Darren Woodard.

Bauman was signed to the practice squad two weeks ago when Stepfan Taylor was unable to practice after suffering a calf injury and was unable to practice.

Taylor is back at practice again, giving the team five healthy running backs. Bauman was no longer needed.

Woodard (5-11, 175) spent training camp and preseason with the Rams this year before being released on August 30 as part of final roster cuts. He originally entered the NFL as a rookie free agent with St. Louis in 2013 and spent most of last season on the Rams practice squad. Woodard played collegiately at UTEP and as a senior in 2012, he played in all 12 games and had 44 tackles and two interceptions.

Here is the current makeup of the practice squad.

44 Burnett, Kaelin OLB 6-4 240 25 3 Nevada
75 Gaston, Bruce DT 6-2 310 22 R Purdue
10 Golden, Brittan WR 5-11 186 26 2 West Texas A&M
80 Hardy, Andre TE 6-6 245 27 1 Cal State-Fullerton
46 Legree, Jimmy CB 6-0 187 23 R South Carolina
69 Palmer, Kelvin T 6-4 290 24 R Baylor
86 Patton, Solomon WR 5-9 177 24 R Florida
71 Steen, Anthony G 6-3 310 24 R Alabama
29 Weaver, Ross CB 6-1 210 27 1 Michigan State
27 Woodard, Darren DB 5-11 175 25 1 Texas-El Paso