The Arizona Cardinals brought back 10 recently released players to their practice squad the team announced on Wednesday.
From the team:
Wide receiver Andre Baccellia
Safety Chris Banjo
Wide receiver Greg Dortch
Linebacker Kylie Fitts
Offensive lineman Sean Harlow
Offensive lineman Koda Martin
Tight end Ross Travis
Cornerback Jace Whittaker
Safety James Wiggins
In addition, the team has been granted an international player practice squad exemption for tight end Bernhard Seikovits.
There is also a report out that the team has signed veteran cornerback Rasul Douglas to the practice squad, but nothing official from the team yet.
Rasul Douglas is signing with the Arizona Cardinals' practice squad, according to a league source. Wouldn't be surprised to see him on 53-man roster by the first game.— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) September 1, 2021
We will see how the rest of the practice squad is filled out, as it is 16 players now, but players like Douglas and Dortch could offer immediate dividends if needed, remember the rules have changed.
Teams now have more flexibility with using practice squad players on game day. PS players can be activated on game day before the team announces their inactives (90 minutes before game time). The player doesn’t have to be elevated from the PS to the main roster for the move. This can happen with up to two practice squad players per week. A player is only able to be elevated twice per season. To be activated a third time requires the player to be signed to the regular roster.
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