Cardinals sign Rashaad Coward to active roster

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The Cardinals signed Rashaad Coward to the 53-player roster from the practice squad Tuesday, the team announced.

Coward started at left guard for the Cardinals against the Rams on Sunday after being elevated from the practice squad. He was spelling Cody Ford, who was returning from a bout with COVID-19.

Coward played 48 offensive snaps and Ford 20.

Also on Tuesday, the Cards re-signed defensive lineman Michael Dogbe to the practice squad. The team released him last week.

The Cardinals released kicker Tristan Vizcaino, an 11th-hour replacement for ill kicker Matt Prater. Vizcaino was perfect in on two field goals and three extra points.

The team cut linebacker Blake Lynch and offensive lineman Sage Doxtater from the practice squad.

3 responses to “Cardinals sign Rashaad Coward to active roster

  1. Does anybody else realize the Cardinals team is mostly comprised of free agents and over the hill vets? There are very very few players Steve Keim has drafted that are prominent players on this team. His primary job is to build the team through the draft. Signing free agents takes the evaluation part out of it, because you already know what they’ll be as pros. They’re temporary bandaids. He’s really really poor at his job.

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