The Arizona Cardinals signed a pair of free agents Monday, adding veteran cornerback Daryl Worley and offensive lineman Marcus Henry.
The team did not release details of the contracts, other than announcing both were for one season.
Worley, 26, joins his fifth team as he enters his sixth NFL season after originally being drafted by the Carolina Panthers in the third round in 2016 out of West Virginia. He was with three clubs during the 2020 season alone, spending time with the Dallas Cowboys, Buffalo Bills and Las Vegas Raiders.
Overall, Worley played in 10 games (five starts) during the 2020 season, recording 22 tackles and three passes defensed. In his five seasons, he owns 265 tackles, five interceptions and two sacks in 66 games (54 starts). He has also played for Carolina (2016-17) before joining the then-Oakland Raiders in 2018.
Henry, 28, has played just one NFL game -- with the Cowboys last season -- since signing with the New Orleans Saints as an undrafted free agent in 2016 out of Boise State.
--Field Level Media