Cards release Harrison after arrest warrant issued

Washington State safety Jalen Thompson stands on the field during the second half of an NCAA college football game against Colorado in Pullman Wash. Saturday Oct. 21 2017

Washington State safety Jalen Thompson stands on the field during the second half of an NCAA college football game against Colorado in Pullman Wash. Saturday Oct. 21 2017

The Arizona Cardinals released tackle Desmond Harrison on Wednesday after police in North Carolina issued a warrant for his arrest on assault charges.

On Wednesday, the Arizona Cardinals released Harrison, making safety Jalen Thompson the only pick for the Cardinals from the supplemental draft.

A Greensboro police spokesman told multiple news outlets that an incident report was filed Tuesday.

The Cardinals have not yet responded to a request for comment on the matter.

The Browns released him after he missed the first day of their minicamp in early June.

Harrison bounced around in college, with stops at Texas - where he was suspended three times in one year - and West Georgia.

The 25-year-old tackle went undrafted in 2018. Harrison started the first eight games of 2018 for the Browns, but he was benched for the second half of the season. The Cardinals claimed Harrison off the wire, and he noted upon arrival that he hoped to prove more reliable in his second National Football League stop than he was in his first. "My guys are going to hold me accountable, as well as the coaches".