Cardinals Sign Seth DeValve To Practice Squad

The Cardinals have signed Seth DeValve to the practice squad, per a club announcement. The tight end became a free agent when the Panthers dropped him from the taxi squad last week, and he’s yet to see live action in 2020.

The 27-year-old first joined the Panthers in March after a one-year stint in Jacksonville. That deal lasted just a few months, thanks to a lingering toe injury. In June, Carolina dropped DeValve with a failed physical designation.

DeValve logged more snaps that any other Jaguars tight end in 2019, but he was rarely targeted. He finished out with 12 catches for 140 yards off of 18 opportunities. His best season to date came in 2017, when he posted career highs of 33 receptions and 395 yards.

The Cardinals currently have three tight ends on the varsity squad in Darrell Daniels, Dan Arnold, and Maxx Williams. If an injury or opportunity arises, they’ll DeValve on call.

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  1. Patrick N.

    His hands are too reliable to be kept on P-Squad. Not a great blocker or route runner but a decent possession guy

    • Technically correct

      Your assessment is correct and his skill set should have led to the natural nickname of Safe.

      Need a check down? Safe DeValve.

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