Momah (wrist) will have a chance to be one of Arizona's top tight ends in 2017, Jim Koch of Raising Zona reports. Momah saw each of his last two seasons cut short due to injury. A torn ACL in 2015 and a broken wrist in 2016 led to two straight years on IR. His contract with Arizona runs through 2018 and he'll have a chance to earn a role as one of the team's top tight end options. He's expected to be a full go in time for spring practices after being shut down for the season back in November.
Momah (wrist) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday. Momah suffered a broken wrist in Sunday's loss to the Panthers that ultimately will end his season after five games. In five games, he recorded two receptions for 50 yards as the Cardinals fourth-string tight end. He is expected to come to an injury settlement with the team.
Momah has reportedly suffered a broken wrist, and is expected to come to an injury settlement with the Cardinals. Momah recorded two catches for 50 yards in his five games with the Cardinals this season. The 27-year-old's season is likely over, and it is unclear what his next step will be if he indeed comes to terms on an injury settlement with the team.
Momah received nine of the Cardinals' 95 offensive snaps Sunday against the Seahawks, yet he turned two receptions into 50 yards. Promoted to the active roster prior to Week 4, Momah has been a bit part on offense, with 21 total offensive snaps versus 65 on special teams in four games. However, he was able to find a soft spot in the Seahawks' defense twice Sunday, recording a pair of 20-plus yard catches. While he lagged far behind Jermaine Gresham in terms of snaps -- 82 versus nine -- Momah outgained Gresham by 35 yards and may be establishing a level of trust with quarterback Carson Palmer.
Momah (torn meniscus) didn't miss a single practice during Arizona's offseason program, ArizonaSports.com reports. Momah suffered the knee injury on the final day of the 2015 preseason, but he now appears healthy and should be full-go for the start of training camp. A converted wideout, Momah is a 6-7, 255-pound specimen with soft hands. However, he's yet to log a snap in the NFL, and could be hard-pressed to realize his potential buried under Darren Fells, Jermaine Gresham, and Troy Niklas on the tight end depth chart, not to mention a slew of talented wide receivers he'd have to compete with for targets should he earn playing time.
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