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Cardinals Sign Pair Of Tryout Players From Minicamp

The Cardinals kept safety Tyler Sigler after trying out at this past weekend's rookie minicamp.
The Cardinals kept safety Tyler Sigler after trying out at this past weekend's rookie minicamp.

The Cardinals brought 28 tryout players in for their rookie minicamp, in an effort to fill out the roster for the three days of practice -- although they were also looking for someone to stick around.

The Cardinals signed a pair of tryout players over the weekend, adding safety Tyler Sigler and running back Dontae Strickland. To make room, the team cut a pair of undrafted rookies they had signed last week, cornerback Ryan Pulley and tight end Jerome Washington.

Sigler, 6-foot-1 and 216 pounds out of Wheaton College, also took part as a tryout player in the previous rookie minicamp of the New York Giants. He had 141 tackles, eight for loss, with eight interceptions and a sack in his college career.

Strickland, 5-11 and 204 pounds out of Syracuse, rushed for 1,717 yards and 15 touchdowns in his college career, averaging four yards a carry.

The Cardinals resumed Phase Two work Monday with veterans joining the rookies.

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