Who says you don’t get a second chance to make a first impression? Or, in the case of Harlan Miller, a third chance.
The Arizona Cardinals announced today that they are bringing the former sixth round pick back for another round of work.
In order to bring Miller back, the team waived/injured Lou Young III.
From the team:
Miller (6-0, 182) played in seven games the past two seasons for the Cardinals (two starts) and had 12 tackles, one interception, two passes defensed and one special teams tackle. He played in five games with Arizona last season after appearing in two games with the Cardinals as a rookie in 2016. Miller joined the Cardinals as a sixth-round selection (205th overall) in the 2016 NFL Draft out of Southeastern Louisiana. He was released by Arizona on May 9.
Miller will wear jersey #35.
Miller is likely a better fit within the Steve Wilks and Al Holcomb scheme than he was earlier in his tenure with the Arizona Cardinals, but his path to a roster spot seems to look much more difficult now as well.
The Cardinals depth at corner and safety is one of the strengths of the team overall, so Miller will have a short time to turn a lot of heads playing in the secondary and on teams.
Good luck to Miller in his return and good health to Lou Young.