Training camp cuts the Arizona Cardinals should be interested in

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KeeSean Johnson would be a plug-and-play option for the Arizona Cardinals

If the Arizona Cardinals needed a really quick replacement, KeeSean Johnson would be the guy for them to sign. After being picked in the sixth round of the 2019 draft, Johnson made a handful of plays the for the Cardinals over the next two years.

Career Stats. KeeSeanJohnson. 17. player. 42. Pick Analysis. WR. Fresno State

Johnson would record 36 receptions for 360 yards and one touchdown in those two seasons with the redbirds. He then spent the majority of 2021 with the Philadelphia Eagles, but he did not appear in a game.

Johnson wound up signing with the San Francisco 49ers this offseason but was part of their first round of cuts. Johnson would know the offense and could pick up on the changes really quickly. Let’s hope that the Cardinals don’t have to go out and sign him, as that would mean something very wrong happened to the wide receiving corps.

Johnson remains one of those players the Cardinals should keep in the back of their mind, as they may never know when they need to bring him in.

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