The Cardinals made a pair of cuts Thursday as they move toward their offseason 90-man roster.
The team released inside linebacker Keishawn Bierria and defensive end Lyndon Johnson. Bierria had been signed off the Jaguars' practice squad Dec. 18, appearing only in the season finale against the Rams in Los Angeles. Johnson had been signed to the practice squad Dec. 4.
The Cards had 66 on the roster prior to the draft, before adding six draft picks and announcing agreements with 21 undrafted rookies.
The Cardinals brought in three inside linebackers this offseason, signing free agent De'Vondre Campbell and drafting Isaiah Simmons and Evan Weaver. The also added three key defensive linemen with free agent Jordan Phillips and a pair of fourth-round picks, Leki Fotu and Rashard Lawrence.