Free agent defensive tackle Domata Peko worked out for the Arizona Cardinals Wednesday, according to a report by NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.
Peko, drafted by the Bengals in 2006, spent his first 11 seasons in Cincinnati before signing with the Denver Broncos in 2017 and later the Baltimore Ravens in 2019.
The lineman has made 189 starts in 208 games played, and recorded 600 total tackles and 20 sacks in his career.
The workout with Peko comes after the team announced Wednesday morning that defensive tackle Corey Peters will be out for the remainder of the season due to the knee injury.
The team also worked out defensive tackles P.J. Johnson, Daylon Mack and Stacy McGee, according to reporter Aaron Wilson.
Injuries to the Cardinals defense have continued to mount this season.
Defensive tackle Leki Fotu was placed on injured reserve last week with an ankle injury, joining defensive end Zach Allen, linebacker Chandler Jones and defensive lineman Rashard Lawrence. Lawrence has been designated for return but not yet activated.