- Josh Weinfuss, ESPN Staff Writer
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The Arizona Cardinals signed three more players to reserve/future contracts as they continue to fill out their 90-man roster.
Two tight ends and a guard were part of the additions Monday, per a team announcement.
Tight end Brett Brackett (6-foot-5, 246 pounds) was in training camp last season with the Jacksonville Jaguars but was released before the season. His NFL career began in 2011 with the Miami Dolphins as an undrafted free agent out of Penn State. He spent time on Miami's and Jacksonville's practice squads early in his career before he was placed on IR with the Jags in 2012.
Tight end Andre Hardy (6-6, 245) last played in the NFL during a brief stint in April and May 2012. He's a former college basketball player, similar to current Cardinals TE Darren Fells. Hardy finished his collegiate basketball career at Cal State Fullerton, where he was named the Big West's newcomer of the year as a junior.
Guard Christian Johnson (6-4, 325) spent the past three seasons in the Arena League. In 2013, with the Philadelphia Soul, he was named first-team All-Arena.