The Arizona Cardinals have signed veteran offensive tackle Max Starks.
Starks started for the Pittsburgh Steelers when Cardinals coach Bruce Arians was a Steelers assistant coach.
Starks, 32, is a 6-foot-8, 345-pounder who played in two games for the Rams last season and also was with the San Diego Chargers.
He started 96 games for the Steelers.
The Cardinals cut kicker Danny Hrapmann and offensive tackle Cory Brandon.
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