Max Starks and Bruce Arians are reuniting.
The Cardinals have announced the signing of Starks, a starting offensive tackle on three Steelers Super Bowl teams.
The 32-year-old Starks appeared in two games for St. Louis in 2013. He also had a stint with San Diego. Starks (6-8, 345) started 96 games for Pittsburgh from 2004-2012, playing both right and left tackle. Arians, now the Cardinals’ head coach, was a Steelers assistant for eight of those of those seasons.
It’s possible Starks could compete to be the Cardinals’ swing tackle. He’s also a potential option at right tackle, a position where the club lacks a standout.
In other roster moves Friday, the Cardinals released tackle Cory Brandon and kicker Danny Hrapmann.