Found October 05, 2011 on
With Dave Zastudil dealing with knee inflammation, the Arizona Cardinals announced that they have re-signed veteran punter Ben Graham. Zastudil remains on the 53-man roster, and the Cardinals had an open roster spot after waiving cornerback Korey Lindsey earlier in the week. Lindsey has been re-signed to the practice squad, with rookie safety Mark LeGree terminated from the squad. Graham handled the punting duties for the Cardinals the last two seasons, averaging 37.9 yards on 200 punts, 78 of which were placed inside the opponents' 20-yard line. The Australian-born Graham, who turns 38 next month, was named to the Pro Bowl in 2010, but was released in favor of Zastudil at the end of training camp. Source: Mac's Football Blog
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The Arizona Cardinals have re-signed punter Ben Graham and released cornerback Korey Lindsey.
The Australian Graham became Arizona's punter in December 2008 but was released just before the start of this season. Dave Zastudil has been the team's punter through the first four games of the season.
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