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Arizona Cardinals sign offensive lineman Ryan Pope

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While we wait to see if the Arizona Cardinals make a big move during training camp, they continue to make small moves.

Today, the team announced they have signed offensive lineman Ryan Pope to a contract.

From the team:

The Arizona Cardinals Football Club today announced that the team has signed offensive lineman Ryan Pope.

Pope (6-7, 315) has spent time on the practice squads of the 49ers, Jaguars, and Packers after entering the league with Detroit in 2019 as an undrafted rookie free agent out of San Diego State. The 24-year old Pope was on the Packers practice squad in 2020 and spent part of this past offseason with the Broncos. While at San Diego State, Pope played in 36 games in three seasons (2016-18) and was named second-team All-Mountain West as a senior in 2018 after starting at both tackle spots.

Not sure if this is anything more than preseason games one and two depth, but the sighing of another offensive lineman is interesting.

Welcome to the desert, Ryan.