Cardinals re-sign Zac Dysert, extend tender offers to Pierre, Wetzel
The Arizona Cardinals made some roster moves Tuesday, but not of the big-splash variety.
Arizona re-signed quarterback Zac Dysert to a one-year contract. Dysert was active for four games last year but did not play in any of them. He was originally a member of the team’s practice squad in Week 1 after spending time with the Bears, Texans, Bills and Dolphins.
Two tender offers were extended to defensive tackle Olsen Pierre and guard/tackle John Wetzel.
Pierre was inactive for all 16 games last season despite being on the active roster for all of them. He signed with the Cardinals in his rookie season in 2015 as a member of the practice squad.
Wetzel made eight starts for the Cardinals in 2016. He played five games at left tackle, two at right guard and one at right tackle. Like Pierre, Wetzel originally signed with the practice squad in 2015.