With Cardinals training camp opening Tuesday with the traditional conditioning test, the team was still looking for added depth at cornerback and at center. The latter became a need when Lamont Gaillard was waived last week.
Two players were added to the roster Monday after having tryouts: cornerback Daryl Worley and center Marcus Henry. Cornerback Myres Alexander also had a tryout, but was not signed.
Worley is the most experienced of the group. He has played 66 games with 54 starts since entering the NFL as a third-round choice of the Carolina Panthers in 2016.
The 6-foot-1, 210-pounder played 31 games with 25 starts for the Panthers in 2016 and 2017, 25 games and 24 starts with the Oakland Raiders in 2018 and 2019, and then last season played 10 games with five starts for the Buffalo Bills (1/0), Dallas Cowboys (7/4) and Las Vegas Raiders (2/1). He ended the season on the Raiders roster and became an unrestricted free agent in March.