The Arizona Cardinals wide receiver room was warned. They were the ones on the chopping block, although we all assumed it would be for a newer, shinier wide receiver.
Well, for Marquis Bundy, his time with the team in camp is over, but it wasn't a wide receiver brought in.
Instead the Arizona Cardinals continue to bring in healthy bodies to fill their void at inside linebacker.
This time, it is 2016 undrafted rookie Ryan Langford.
From the team:
“Langford (6-4, 235) was with the Houston Texans during training camp and the preseason in 2016 after signing with the team as an undrafted rookie free agent from New Mexico. He was released by Houston on August 30. Langford played his final two collegiate seasons at New Mexico (2014-15) after beginning his career at Iowa Western where he earned All-Midwest Football Conference honors in 2013. He played in 13 games as a senior at New Mexico in 2015 and had 53 tackles, 7.5 tackles for loss, two sacks, three passes defensed and an interception.”