The Arizona Cardinals continue to be busy on their practice squad in 2020.
The team announced today they have signed veteran tight end Seth DeValve to their practice squad.
From the team:
DeValve (6-3, 245) has played 53 games (16 starts) in his career with Jacksonville (2019) and Cleveland (2016-18) and has 60 receptions for 736 yards and four touchdowns. He entered the league with the Browns as a fourth-round selection (138th overall) in the 2016 NFL Draft out of Princeton and played three seasons with the Cleveland before appearing in 12 games (six starts) last season with the Jaguars. The 27-year old DeValve spent time on Carolina’s practice squad earlier this season prior to getting released on November 17.
DeValve was liked by many as a chance to develop into a solid two-way tight end, but never really produced.
He has still put up a solid career and hung around for four years.
Welcome to the desert, Seth.