Cardinals cut QB Cole McDonald, have 3 QBs on roster for OTAs

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The Arizona Cardinals announced a single roster move on Thursday. They released quarterback Cole McDonald, who was signed this offseason to a deal in February.

With the move, Arizona now has 90 players on the offseason roster. They have a vacancy still because they have an exemption because of the presence of tight end Bernhard Seikovits, who was allocated to the team through the international player pathway program.

The release of McDonald gives the Cardinals three quarterbacks on the roster as OTAs were scheduled to begin this week.

They have Kyler Murray, veteran Colt McCoy, whom they signed this offseason, and last year’s backup quarterback Chris Streveler.

The team did not announce any other signing to replace him.

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