The Arizona Cardinals have brought in wide receiver Zach Pascal to join a familiar face in Jonathan Gannon. The team has agreed to terms with Pascal on a two-year deal, according to NFL Networks' Mike Garafolo and Ian Rapoport.

“Pascal and new Cards HC Jonathan Gannon were together with the Colts,” wrote Garafolo on Monday. “Gannon knows well what Pascal can do as a well-rounded receiver.”

Pascal and Gannon were both with the Eagles for the 2022 season, helping the team march all the way to a gut-wrenching loss in Super Bowl LVII to Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs.

The 28-year-old joined Philadelphia as a free agent last season, catching 15 passes for 150 yards and a touchdown while playing in every regular season game for the team. He added three catches for 15 yards in the postseason, and also played 246 special teams snaps.

Before his time in Pennsylvania, Pascal played four seasons with the Indianapolis Colts, hauling in 150 catches for 1,888 yards and 15 touchdowns to begin his career.

He was an undrafted rookie out of Old Dominion in 2018 when he was signed by the Colts. The 6-foot-2, 215 pound WR had his best season in 2020, when he recorded 44 receptions for 629 yards and five touchdowns.

He will join a crowded receiving corps that also features DeAndre Hopkins, Marquise Brown, Rondale Moore, Andre Baccellia, Greg Dortch, Auden Tate and Javon Wims.

There has been amble speculation about a trade involving Hopkins this offseason, so that could be one less name that Cardinals' Zach Pascal has to compete for with touches in 2023 if a trade does materialize.