They may be on a bye, but that hasn’t stopped the Arizona Cardinals from tweaking the roster on Monday.
Per 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station’s John Gambadoro, the Cardinals released third-string quarterback Chris Streveler after he spent the last year and a half with the team.
That spot is reportedly being filled by quarterback Trace McSorley, who was signed off the Baltimore Ravens practice squad on Monday, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Across seven career games with the Cardinals, Streveler completed 68% of his passes (17-of-25) for 141 yards and one touchdown to an interception.
In what would be his final action with the team in Week 10 against the Carolina Panthers, Streveler completed six of his nine throws for 36 yards in relief of Colt McCoy, who was starting in place of Kyler Murray.
McSorley entered the league as a Ravens sixth-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft after throwing for at least 2,530 yards and 18 touchdowns in each of his four years at Penn State.
In three career games, McSorley is 3-for-10 for 90 yards and a touchdown.