The wheels continue to spin for the Arizona Cardinals roster.
Today, they have brought back wide receiver Pharoh Cooper and released defensive tackle Miles Brown. Which is interesting because the team still has a spot with the release of D.J. Swearinger.
From the team:
Cooper (5-11, 208) returns to the Cardinals after spending the preseason with the team prior to being released on August 31. Following his release, he was claimed off waivers by Cincinnati where he played in one game with the Bengals. The 24-year old Cooper originally joined the Cardinals off waivers from the Rams last season and played in two games with Arizona. He was an All-Pro and Pro Bowl selection in 2017 with the Rams as a return specialist after appearing in all 16 games and finishing with 932 kick return yards (27.4-yard avg.) and 399 punt return yards (12.5-yard avg). He entered the league with the Rams as a fourth-round selection (117th overall) in the 2016 NFL Draft out of South Carolina.
Cooper will wear jersey #12.
In addition, the team has re-signed tight end Darrell Daniels to the practice squad.
Daniels (6-3, 246) was released from the Cardinals active roster on Saturday. He has rotated between the team’s active roster and practice squad this season and has appeared in one game. Daniels spent the preseason with the Cardinals until he was released on August 31.
Oh yeah, Darrell Daniels is back.
I am guessing the return of Cooper is a bad sign for Christian Kirk and his availability come Sunday.
So, let’s hope for the best.