The Arizona Cardinals are obviously not in the playoffs but many former Cardinals players are. In the AFC Championship Game, the Kansas City Chiefs and Baltimore Ravens had a combined eight on their teams, between the active roster, reserves and practice squads.
Check them out below.
Chiefs QB Blaine Gabbert
Gabbert is the Chiefs’ backup quarterback. He was a backup for the Cardinals who made five starts back in 2017.
Chiefs DL Matt Dickerson
Dickerson is currently on the Chiefs’ practice squad. He did, though, play in 12 games this season.
He was on the Cardinals’ practice squad for part of 2021 and spent part of the offseason in 2022 with the team.
Chiefs RB Keaontay Ingram
Ingram is on the practice squad for the Chiefs. He was cut midseason by the Cardinals after a season and a half in Arizona. The Cardinals drafted him in the sixth round in 2022.
Ravens CB Daryl Worley
Worley is on injured reserve. He spent part of 2021 training camp with the Cardinals.
Ravens CB Trayvon Mullen
Mullen is on the Ravens’ non-football injury reserve.
The Cardinals traded for him before the 2022 season and he spent most of the season injured.
Ravens WR Dan Chisena
Chisena is on Baltimore’s practice squad. He was on Arizona’s practice squad before the end of the season and was elevated to play special teams three times.
Ravens CB Christian Matthew
Matthew is on Baltimore’s practice squad. He was drafted by the Cardinals in 2022 and was cut this season.
Ravens WR Laquon Treadwell
Treadwell is on Baltimore’s practice squad. He spent part of the 2022 season on Arizona’s practice squad.
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