The Arizona Cardinals have agreed to terms with
seventh-round pick RB LaRod Stephens-Howling, Scout.com has confirmed.
According to a league source, Stephens-Howling will sign a three-year, $1.219
million contract that includes a signing bonus worth $34,050.
The former University of Pittsburgh back was a non-combine invitee, but got a boost in draft stock after an outstanding Pro Day.
Stephens-Howling figures to push for a roster spot as change of pace to fellow rookie Chris Wells and second-year RB Tim Hightower as well as push for a role on special teams.
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