The Arizona Cardinals made a move to their roster with KeeSean Johnson going on the reserve/Coid-19 list.
They have brought D.J. Foster back up from the practice squad to the active roster.
From the team:
The Arizona Cardinals Football Club today announced that the team has elevated running back D.J. Foster to the active roster from the practice squad.
Foster (6-0, 195) played in six games with the Cardinals last season prior to being placed on injured reserve (hamstring). A former Arizona State standout, Foster is a Scottsdale, AZ native who 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.
Foster will wear #37.
Foster is a key special teams performer when active and has done a nice job for the team, which is why he was one of the protected practice squad players for the team.
Good luck this weekend to D.J. Foster and the Cardinals.