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Arizona Cardinals activate Darrell Daniels from practice squad, release backup offensive lineman

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NFL: Arizona Cardinals-Training Camp Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

The Arizona Cardinals made an interesting move on Saturday as the team announced they have released backup offensive lineman Jeremy Vujnovich in order to elevate a tight end to the active roster.

That tight end was Darrell Daniels who will be moved to the active roster according to the team.

From the team:

Daniels (6-3, 246) spent the preseason with the Cardinals until he was released on August 31. He appeared in two games (one start) with Arizona last season after joining the team off waivers from Seattle in Week 13. Prior to coming to Arizona, Daniels played nine games (two starts) last season with the Seahawks. He originally signed with the Colts as an undrafted free agent out of the University of Washington in 2017 and had three receptions for 26 yards and three special teams tackles in 12 games (three starts) as a rookie.

Daniels will wear jersey #81.

Welcome back to Daniels and good luck to Vujnovich.