The Arizona Cardinals kicked off the preseason with a 36-23 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals.
Yes, it’s preseason, and the starters were nowhere to be found for either team. Trace McSorley showcased his talent by going 13-of-22 for 163 yards and a touchdown, while Jarrett Guarantano completed 7-of-10 passes for 54 yards and a score.
Former USC Trojans running back and rookie Keaontay Ingram looked like a capable backup to James Conner. Ingram totaled seven carries for 27 yards and a score and chipped in a pair of catches for 18 yards.
The preseason gives every team a glimpse of some young talent — and lets them see who needs to be cut as the rosters get dwindled.
But, according to Pro Football Focus, one 24-year-old undrafted wide receiver drew some attention again and was labeled as the Cardinals ‘biggest riser’.
24-Year-Old Greg Dortch is Making a Name for Himself
Greg Dortch. Have you heard that name before? Probably not.
The 24-year-old Wake Forest product has bounced around with several teams in the NFL, including time with the following: New York Jets, Carolina Panthers, Los Angeles Rams, and Atlanta Falcons.