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Arizona Cardinals release Evan Baylis

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The Arizona Cardinals have made another move with Evan Baylis, as they have again released the tight end.

From the team:

The Arizona Cardinals Football Club today announced that the team has released tight end Evan Baylis.

Baylis was signed to Arizona’s active roster from the practice squad on Saturday in advance of yesterday’s Cardinals game against the Patriots.

He came to Arizona after spending training camp with Green Bay. Baylis played in five games with the Packers last season and had three special teams tackles. The 27-year old Baylis entered the league in 2017 with Houston as an undrafted rookie free agent out of Oregon and played one game with the Texans as a rookie.

The team initially signed Evan Baylis in September to the practice squad.

Since then, Baylis has been signed to the active roster five times during the season and gets released each time.

It has been quite the yo-yo treatment for Baylis, but he has been active on gameday so there is that.

I guess we’ll see you next week, Evan.