Cardinals sign CB Daryl Worley, OL Marcus Henry to 1-year deals
The Arizona Cardinals signed veteran cornerback Daryl Worley and offensive lineman Marcus Henry to 1-year deals, the team announced on Monday.
Worley spent last season with the Buffalo Bills, Dallas Cowboys and Las Vegas Raiders, picking up 17 solo tackles in 10 games, five started.
A third-round pick in the 2016 NFL Draft by the Carolina Panthers, Worley has five interceptions and 211 solo tackles in 66 career games.
He joins a cornerback room made up of Byron Murphy and Malcolm Butler, veterans Robert Alford and Darqueze Dennard as well as draft picks Marco Wilson and Tay Gowan.
Meanwhile, Henry comes to the desert after spending time on the practice squad of the Dallas Cowboys over most of the previous two seasons.
He played in one game with the Cowboys last season.
Coming into the league in 2016 as an undrafted free agent, the 28-year-old also spent time with the Houston Texans and Seattle Seahawks.
Both players fill open spots on the roster with cornerback Lorenzo Burns on the COVID-19 list and offensive lineman Lamont Gaillard being released.
Players report to Cardinals camp starting on Tuesday to undergo a conditioning test with the first light practice set for Wednesday.
The first open practice to fans is on Friday.