TEMPE, Arizona - The Arizona Cardinals on Tuesday
activated guard-tackle Raleigh Roundtree from the non-football
illness injury list.
A seven-year veteran, Roundtree started six games at left guard
last season - his first with the Cardinals.
But Roundtree had surgery to remove his spleen during training
camp and was placed on the illness injury list on August 30.
Roundtree, 28, spent his first five years with the San Diego
Chargers where he started 41 of 62 games at guard and tackle.
To make room on the roster for Roundtree, first-year backup
tackle Kenrick Rogers was placed on injured reserve with a
fractured wrist. Rogers spent most of last season on the
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