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Dylan Cantrell | Cardinals WR

Date of Birth:  06/29/1994
Age:  28
Height  6'3"
Weight:   226
College:  Texas Tech
Drafted:  2018 | Round 6 | Pick 191
Depth Chart:  3rd string

Dylan Cantrell | Cardinals WR


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Dylan Cantrell | Cardinals WR

The Cardinals signed Dylan Cantrell.

Cantrell is a big receiver that played for Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury at Texas Tech. Arizona is extremely deep among its pass catchers, but Cantrell will look to carve out a roster spot this summer.

Dylan Cantrell | Cardinals WR

The Chargers waived/injured Dylan Cantrell.

The 2018 sixth-round pick will now hit waivers, but he can revert to the injured reserve of the Chargers if no other team claims him. An injury this early in camp is unfortunate for the second-year receiver, but hopefully he's able to heal up and get back into action somewhere soon.

Dylan Cantrell | Cardinals WR

The Chargers signed Dylan Cantrell to their active roster.

The sixth-round rookie receiver is getting a crack on the 53-man roster after spending all season on the practice squad. It's unclear if this has anything to do with Tyrell Williams' (quadricep) health, but the Chargers might just think it's time to get Cantrell up as a potential contributor on game days.

Dylan Cantrell | Cardinals WR

The Chargers have selected Texas Tech wide receiver Dylan Cantrell with the 191st pick (sixth round) of the 2018 NFL Draft.

Cantrell is an interesting prospect with great size at six-foot-three and nearly 230 pounds, and he also had a 38.5-inch vertical at the Combine. The Texas Tech receiver has natural ball skills and knows how to use his size, but he might not have the ability to separate like he needs to at the next level. We will see if he can earn a roster spot with the Chargers in training camp, but it's unlikely to lead to fantasy success in 2018.