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The Arizona Cardinals have made a number of moves on their practice squad, including bringing in veteran cornerback Quinton Dunbar.
From the team:
The team has signed offensive lineman Shaq Calhoun, cornerback Quinton Dunbar, offensive lineman Danny Isidora (izz-uh-DORA) and offensive lineman Michal Menet (MEN-et) to the practice squad and has released cornerback Mazzi Wilkins from the practice squad.
Calhoun (6-3, 310) spent training camp with the Cardinals after originally joining the team in January. He started one game with Cincinnati last season after splitting the season between the Bengals practice squad and active roster. Calhoun originally entered the NFL with Miami as an undrafted rookie free agent out of Mississippi State in 2019 and played in 10 games (seven starts) with the Dolphins as a rookie.
Dunbar (6-2, 202) is a six-year NFL veteran who played last season with Seattle after spending his first five years in the league with Washington (2015-19). He has appeared in 64 career games (31 starts) and has 10 interceptions, 180 tackles (158 solo), 40 passes defensed, one sack and one fumble recovery. The 28-year old Dunbar spent the preseason with Detroit. He was a college wide receiver at the University of Florida who made the transition to cornerback with Washington in 2015 after signing as an undrafted rookie free agent.
Isidora (6-3, 306) has played in 25 career games (six starts) after originally entering the league with Minnesota as a fifth-round selection (180th overall) in the 2017 NFL Draft out of the University of Miami. He played 21 games with the Vikings in his first two seasons before playing three games with the Dolphins in 2019 and one game with the Chiefs last season. The 27-year old Isidora spent the preseason with the Texans and was on the Falcons practice squad earlier this season.
Menet (6-4, 301) was on Arizona’s practice squad earlier this season after originally joining the Cardinals as a seventh-round selection (247th overall) in the 2021 NFL Draft out of Penn State. While at Penn State, Menet was a three-year starter at center and two-time team captain and finished his college career by starting in each of the final 34 games he appeared in.
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