The Arizona Cardinals continue to make smaller roster moves, as they have agreed to one-year contracts with Trevon Coley and D.J. Foster.
From the team:
Coley (6-1, 310) played in seven games with Indianapolis last season after previously appearing in 31 games (29 starts) in two seasons with Cleveland (2017-18). He had 80 tackles (41 solo), 2.5 sacks, two fumble recoveries, one forced fumble, 11 tackles for loss and two passes defensed with the Browns and had six tackles last season with the Colts. The 25-year old Coley entered the league with Baltimore as an undrafted rookie free agent in 2016 out of Florida Atlantic and spent his rookie season on the Redskins and Browns practice squads. He began last season on the Ravens practice squad before joining the Colts active roster on October 1.
Foster (6-0, 195) played in six games with the Cardinals last season prior to being placed on injured reserve (hamstring) on October 28. A former Arizona State standout, Foster is a Scottsdale, AZ native and Saguaro High School graduate who entered the league with the Patriots as an undrafted rookie free agent in 2016. He came to the Cardinals in 2017 and had 336 all-purpose yards (19 rushing, 133 receiving and 184 return yards) in seven games after joining the team from New England’s practice squad in Week 2. The 26-year old Foster played in three games with the Super Bowl champion Patriots as a rookie and had seven carries for 24 yards and one reception for two yards.