The Arizona Cardinals Football Club has agreed to terms with tight end Darrell Daniels and safety Charles Washington on one-year contracts. In accordance with club policy, terms were not disclosed.
Daniels (6-3, 256) is back with Arizona after playing in 25 games (nine starts) the past three seasons with the Cardinals. He appeared in 12 games with a career-high eight starts last season for Arizona and had eight receptions for 92 yards and a touchdown.
The 26-year-old Daniels originally joined the Cardinals in 2018 off waivers from Seattle. He entered the league with Indianapolis as an undrafted rookie free agent in 2017 from the University of Washington and played in 21 games with Indianapolis and Seattle prior to joining the Cardinals. In his career, Daniels has played in 46 games (14 starts) and has 12 receptions for 122 yards and one touchdown.
Washington (5-10, 192) returns to Arizona after appearing in 27 games the past two seasons with the Cardinals. He played in 15 games last season and had a career-high 13 special teams tackles to go along with a forced fumble and three tackles on defense. Washington joined the Cardinals in 2019 off waivers from Detroit and played in 12 games in his first season with Arizona.
The 28-year-old Washington entered the league with Detroit as an undrafted rookie free agent in 2016 out of Fresno State and played in 29 games with the Lions. In his career, he has played in 56 games and has 33 special teams tackles and 10 tackles on defense.
In other Cardinals news, the team agreed to a trade with the Minnesota Vikings.
Pending the passing of a physical, offensive lineman Mason Cole will go to the Vikings in exchange for Minnesota’s sixth-round pick (No. 223) in the 2021 NFL Draft.
Cole played in 46 games (32 starts) the past three seasons with the Cardinals after joining the team as a third-round pick (97th overall) in the 2018 NFL Draft out of Michigan.