NFL Cuts: Arizona Cardinals Release Former Chief Brodie Croyle

A little more than a week after being signed by the Arizona Cardinals, former Chief QB Brodie Croyle's journey takes another turn. This afternoon, Croyle was released by the Cardinals along with a number of other players. Brodie Croyle may not get immediate work in the NFL but he could last a little while as a No. 2/3 quarterback. 

We should also keep an eye on the Cardinals' cuts because Todd Haley may or may not have his eye on some of his former players in Arizona. He's brought a number of ex-Cardinals to the Chiefs, so it's always a possibility. 

Seth Pollack over at SB Nation Arizona summed up the cuts:

The biggest surprises were the decisions to keep all five tight ends and to keep nine linebackers but only go with four safeties and four cornerbacks and one fullback.

At fullback, it was Reagan Maui'a who lost out to rookie Anthony Sherman. Maui'a should be able to land a job elsewhere if a team has need at that position. On the offensive line, backup center Ben Claxton lost out to D'Anthony Batiste which was unexpected.

Anyone the Chiefs should check out? Take a look at the full list of Cardinals cuts at SB Nation

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