Miller was signed by the Redskins on Tuesday.
Miller spent parts of two seasons with the Cardinals before reaching an injury settlement with his former team prior to the 2018 campaign. The ankle issue appears to be a thing of the past as he'll provide depth at safety for the Redskins in Week 16 against the Titans.
Miller (ankle) reached an injury settlement with the Cardinals on Saturday.
With Miller reaching a settlement with the Cardinals, he will become a free agent instead of sitting on injured reserve. Miller spent just two weeks with the Cardinals before suffering an ankle injury in their preseason finale against the Broncos.
Miller sustained an ankle injury during Thursday's preseason finale against the Broncos, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports.
The severity of Miller's injury is yet to be determined. Any extended absence figures to hurt his odds of surviving roster cuts this weekend.
Miller re-signed with the Cardinals on Wednesday, Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic reports.
Arizona opted to waive Miller back in May but decided to bring him in again in search of added secondary depth. Should Miller make the team, he'll likely serve as a special teams asset.
The Cardinals waived Miller on Wednesday, Kyle Odegard of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Since being selected in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, Miller has struggled to find much of a role in Arizona, playing in just seven total games across two seasons. Miller spent the bulk of the 2017 campaign with the team's practice squad and could be destined for that unit again if he can't make a regular-season roster elsewhere following training camp this summer.
Miller was promoted from the Cardinals' practice squad to the active roster Thursday, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports.
With rookie safety Rudy Ford headed to injured reserve Thursday, Miller will be brought up to add some depth to the secondary while likely filling in for Ford on special teams as well.
Miller was released by the Cardinals on Tuesday, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports.
Miller only played in two games for the Cardinals this season, receiving reps exclusively on special teams. He could be candidate for the Cardinals' practice squad going forward.
Miller was signed to the active roster Monday, Kent Somers of AZCentral.com reports.
Miller, a 2016 sixth-rounder, has spent the season on the Cardinals' practice squad. He appeared in two games for Arizona last year and finished the season with seven tackles and one interception.
Miller was promoted to Arizona's active roster Monday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Miller was the Cardinals' sixth-round draft pick back in May and he's spent the season on the practice squad. He likely will just provide special teams help and depth at cornerback.
The Cardinals selected Miller in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 205th overall.
Arizona went the small-school route yet again Saturday by taking another secondary player out of a non-FBS program, nabbing Miller out of Southeastern Louisiana. Miller has decent size for a corner, checking in at 6-0, 182 with 31 3/8-inch arms. He lacks elite speed for the position, however, running a 4.57, 40-yard dash at his pro day, but he has been lauded for his fluidity in coverage and his willingness as a tackler. Miller looks to be a project at the next level, but Arizona is an excellent landing spot for developmental defensive backs.
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