The Arizona Cardinals continue to trim the roster to get to the 90-man limit heading into their initial rookie mini-camp.
In order to do so, they have released former sixth round pick Harlan Miller and undrafted defensive lineman Peli Anau.
Miller was a selection in what has been a disastrous 2016 NFL Draft, getting time in seven games over two years, including two starts in 2016, resulting in 12 total tackles in his two seasons with the team.
This is now the fourth time in his career that Harlan Miller has been cut by the Arizona Cardinals.
For Anau, he was signed in October to the Arizona Cardinals practice squad, where he spent the rest of the 2017 season.
The former NAU Lumberjack was in camp with the Arizona Cardinals, but waived after their last preseason game.
He was then brought back on the practice squad, but with the change in regime, it is likely his time with the Cardinals is done.
Good luck to both in their future endeavors.