The Arizona Cardinals made their second signing of a cornerback official today as the team announced that they have signed free agent Ken Crawley to a one-year deal, and in a corresponding move placed Robert Alford on injured reserve.
From the team:
Crawley (6-1, 180) has played in 43 career games (25 starts) with New Orleans (2016-19) and Miami (2019) after entering the league with the Saints as an undrafted rookie free agent from Colorado in 2016. He was a three-year starter with the Saints (2016-18) prior to playing in four games (two starts) with the Dolphins last season.
In his career, Crawley has 134 tackles (121 solo), 31 passes defensed, one interception, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery. He also appeared in three postseason games (two starts) with New Orleans. Crawley spent the offseason with the Raiders prior to being released on Tuesday.
Crawley will join B.W. Webb in a competition to be a depth player and potentially get playing time in Alford’s absence.
Welcome to the team, Ken.