Warrant issued for Desmond Harrison, released by Cardinals

Cardinals cut Desmond Harrison after felony charges

Cardinals cut Desmond Harrison after felony charges

The Arizona Cardinals have released offensive tackle Desmond Harrison after a warrant was issued for his arrest on felony charges of assault in North Carolina.

On Wednesday, the Arizona Cardinals released Harrison, making safety Jalen Thompson the only pick for the Cardinals from the supplemental draft.

The identity of the woman was not released, nor was her relationship to Harrison.

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Just over a month later, Harrison is being waived by the team in the wake of an alleged assault. Harrison started the first eight games of 2018 for the Browns, but he was benched for the second half of the season.

Harrison, 25, was claimed off waivers by the Cardinals on June 6 after he had been waived by the Cleveland Browns. After arriving late to minicamp this year, which was one too many mistakes for him, Harrison was cut. They will carry no dead money against the salary cap. He spent three years off the field before playing for West Georgia in 2017, where he earned an invitation to the 2018 Senior Bowl. Subscribe on Apple podcasts or Stitcher Radio.

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