When the Arizona Cardinals brought back wide receiver Kendall Wright on Monday, that filled one of two roster spots that had opened up for the Arizona Cardinals.
On Saturday, the team announced they had released veteran quarterback Sam Bradford and placed utility offensive lineman John Wetzel on injured reserve.
Wright filled one spot, and undrafted free agent offensive lineman, Zack Golditch, previously of the Indianapolis Colts practice squad would be signed to fill the other.
From the team:
Golditch (6-5, 295) entered the NFL in May with the Los Angeles Chargers as an undrafted rookie free agent out of Colorado State. He spent the preseason with the Chargers until being released on September 1. The 23-year old Golditch spent the first six weeks of the season on the 49ers practice squad until being released and signed to the Colts practice squad on October 18. An Aurora, CO native, Golditch played in 43 games (38 starts) at Colorado State and was a first-team All-Mountain West selection in 2017 as a senior.
Golditch will wear jersey #75.
Golditch’s story is fascinating, and best told by this ESPN short.
In 2012, Zack Golditch sustained a bullet wound at the showing of "The Dark Knight Rises" in Aurora, Colorado. He recovered and continued playing high school football, dreaming of one day reaching the NFL.— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) April 29, 2018
On Saturday he landed a free-agent deal with the Chargers. pic.twitter.com/Ryt2wtwtUt
Good luck to Golditch, let’s hope it is the beginning of something big.