Thursday, March 23 2023

The second playoff game of Saturday features the Los Angeles Chargers and Jacksonville Jaguars. Arizona Cardinals fans will recognize a few names from the rosters.

However, it will only come from the Jaguars’ roster.

The Chargers do not have a single former Cardinals player on their roster.

The Jaguars, on the other hand, do.

Check out which former Cardinals are on the Jaguars.

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Jaguars TE Dan Arnold

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Arnold spent a little more than a season with the Cardinals. He played in every game this season but played mostly special teams. He had nine catches for 135 yards in 2022.

Jaguars WR Christian Kirk

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Kirk was drafted by the Cardinals and played four seasons for them. He signed a big contract with the Jaguars last offseason and had a career season. He finished with 84 receptions for 1,108 yards and eight touchdowns. All were career-highs.

Jaguars DL Corey Peters

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After seven seasons with the Cardinals, he was an in-season signing for the Jags. He appeared in 12 games and had 20 tackles and half a sack.

S Deionte Thompson

Thompson was with the Cardinals for more than three seasons after being drafted by them. He was released earlier this season and now is on the Jags’ practice squad.

Story originally appeared on Cards Wire

Source: Yahoo Sports


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