Tavien Feaster, who played three years at Clemson and one year at South Carolina, has signed a free agent deal with the Arizona Cardinals who are putting him on the practice squad, first reported by Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network.
The Arizona coaches know Feaster well as he was in training camp and was one of the final cuts in training camp.
An undrafted free agent in 2020, Feaster was initially signed by Jacksonville before hooking on with the Giants and Lions. The Cardinals have suffered some injuries in their running back rotation and are looking to bolster their depth.
In his three years with the Tigers, Feaster rushed for 2,002 yards and 20 touchdowns on 346 carries. In his one season with the Gamecocks, Feaster rushed 124 times for 672 yards with five touchdowns. He also recorded 17 catches for 87 yards.