GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Center Lyle Sendlein is coming back to the Arizona Cardinals.

The Cardinals announced Friday that they had signed Sendlein to a one-year contract.

Sendlein was with Arizona all eight of his NFL seasons, the last seven as a starter, before becoming a free agent following last season. He reportedly turned down a one-year, $1.5 million offer from the Cardinals earlier in the year.

Coach Bruce Arians said Sendlein would not come in automatically as a starter but would compete for the job with A.Q. Shipley and Ted Larsen. The coach said Shipley is ahead of Larsen so far in camp.

The Cardinals also signed wide receiver Travis Harvey and guard Nate Isles and released quarterback Chandler Harnish.