Free agent wide receiver Brice Butler has reportedly found a new home, as James Jones of the NFL Network reports he’s signing a two-year deal with the Arizona Cardinals.
— James Jones (@89JonesNTAF) April 2, 2018
Butler was originally a seventh-round pick out of San Diego State, selected by the Oakland Raiders. He spent his first two years in Oakland, catching just 30 total passes, before being traded to the Dallas Cowboys when Dez Bryant was injured back in 2015. The past three seasons in Dallas, he caught 43 passes for 794 yards and six touchdowns.
Arizona needed help at receiver, having lost John Brown in free agency. Butler gives them an experienced hand who can play opposite Larry Fitzgerald in a pinch or be a solid No. 3 receiver.