Cardinals re-sign S Harlan Miller, waive CB Lou Young III
The Arizona Cardinals re-signed safety Harlan Miller on Wednesday and waived injured cornerback Lou Young III, the team announced.
Miller was released in May. The Cardinals’ 2016 sixth-round draft pick (205th overall) appeared in seven games over his first two NFL seasons, recording 13 tackles, one interception and a fumble recovery.
He finished 2017 on a high note, making six tackles in a Dec. 31 season finale against the Seattle Seahawks.
Young, who was listed with a hamstring injury upon being cut, signed a one-year deal with Arizona in February.
He went undrafted in 2014 out of Georgia Tech and spent time on the practice squads for the Broncos, Ravens, Jaguars and Panthers before latching on to Carolina’s regular season team for the 2016 season. There, he played under now-Cardinals head coach Steve Wilks, who at the time was the defensive backs coach and assistant head coach for the Panthers.
Young played six games in 2016, recording one tackle with Carolina.