For the Arizona Cardinals, bringing in 21 undrafted free agents means that they had to make at least three moves on the roster.
Today, the team announced two moves, meaning they have one move left to make or they end up not signing all 21 undrafted free agents they agreed to terms with.
However, the team made two moves, releasing Keishawn Bierria and Lyndon Johnson.
From the team:
“Bierria signed with the Cardinals last year on December 18 and played in one game with the team while Johnson spent time on Arizona’s practice squad after signing on December 14.”
Bierria was initially a sixth round pick in 2018 of the Denver Broncos and made 20 appearances with the Broncos in 2018 and 2019.
Johnson was a 2018 undrafted free agent with the Jacksonville Jaguars who has played in three games in his career.
Good luck to both players in their future endeavors.