New Cardinals GM Monti Ossenfort has brought along an offensive lineman from Tennessee. The Cardinals announced that they’ve signed Dennis Daley to a two-year pact.
Ossenfort was the Titans director of player personnel when the team brought in Daley last offseason. The lineman ended up starting a career-high 15 games for Tennessee while filling in for Taylor Lewan at left tackle. Pro Football Focus didn’t paint a pretty picture when it came to Daley’s production, ranking him 78th among 81 qualifying offensive tackles.
PFF was a bit more fond of Daley’s performance during his time with the Panthers. The former sixth-round pick spent three years in Carolina, starting 21 of his 34 appearances.
The Cardinals will return their top three OTs in D.J. Humphries, Kelvin Beachum and Josh Jones, so Daley may have to count on an injury if he hopes to get a long long at tackle next year. However, the 26-year-old has also seen time at offensive guard, so his versatility could come in handy for Tennessee.
3 comments on “Cardinals Sign OL Dennis Daley”
Wow Cheapwell and Company making more earth shattering news. This pushes the Cards to at least a 3 win season.
Na the David Blough move pushed me over the edge. Instant season ticket purchase!
Unlike Keim, Cards are finally embracing the rebuild, instead of always going for it every year with an old roster. Rather be terrible for next two years, then be solid with better cap space and a younger roster built from the draft. Be honest, 2023 is not going to be good no matter what FA’s they bring in this year.