Cardinals cut long snapper two days after Bruce Arians ripped him for miscue
Two days after Bruce Arians criticized Kameron Canaday for a miscue during the Arizona Cardinals' 33-18 loss to the Bills, the team cut the long snapper Tuesday.
Several roster moves have been made, including Troy Niklas going on IR and a change at long snapper.https://t.co/FUq7OkwwTP— Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) September 27, 2016
Arians took aim at Canaday during his postgame news Sunday, saying that Canaday's high snap that led to a Bills touchdown was more of a mental mistake than a physical one.
"Grow the hell up," Arians said, via the Associated Press. "It has nothing to do with anything but what's between his ears."
Canaday, a rookie out of Portland State, played in each of the Cardinals' first three games this season.