The Arizona Cardinals have continued to churn their practice squad, this time with the depth at wide receiver.
From the team:
The Arizona Cardinals Football Club today announced that the team has signed wide receivers Krishawn Hogan and Isaac Whitney to the practice squad.
Hogan (6-3, 217) has played in 10 career games with the Colts (2017) and Saints (2019) and has one catch for four yards, one special teams tackle and one fumble recovery. He is back with the Cardinals after originally signing with the team as an undrafted rookie free agent in 2017 out of Marian University. The 25-year old Hogan most recently was on the Colts practice squad earlier this season after spending training camp with the Titans. Following his release from the Cardinals as a rookie, Hogan was with Indianapolis in 2017-18 prior to signing with New Orleans in 2019 where he played in eight games.
Whitney (6-2, 204) played in two games with the Raiders in 2017 and was on the Buccaneers practice squad earlier this season after spending the past two years with the Texans. He entered the league with the Raiders as an undrafted rookie free agent in 2017 out of USC and split his rookie season between the Raiders active roster and practice squad. The 26-year old Whitney then signed with Houston where he spent last year on injured reserve prior to being released following training camp this year.
Good luck to both.