Dan Arnold announced himself to the Arizona Cardinals fans in style.
The 24-year-old tight end made his debut for the franchise after being picked up off waivers earlier this month. It took the Wisconsin man just 10 days to claim his first points, helping his side beat the Cleveland Browns 38-24.
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With the game at 14-10 towards the end of the second quarter and the Cardinals at second and goal, Kyler Murray found the tight end leaping in the far right corner to out-jump his man, before dragging both feet inbounds and securing the ball.
Arnold’s quarterback Murray was excited about pairing up with the player, although he wasn’t in the least bit surprised about the touchdown. Murray said: “It’s pretty nice. Everybody was kind of on notice. I’ve never had a guy that big that can do what he can do.”
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