Logan returned three kickoffs for 49 yards during Sunday's 43-0 loss to the Rams.
On the field for all five Rams kickoffs, Logan otherwise didn't receive any reps, either on offense or other special-teams units. With David Johnson and Chase Edmonds taking on all the snaps at running back, Logan will be contained to his current role for the foreseeable future. However, Logan would be the next man up in the event of an injury.
Logan missed Arizona's Week 1 contest against the Redskins due to the ankle issue, but he appears to be in good shape well ahead of Sunday's matchup with the Rams. He should slot on the kickoff return and likely the top backup punt returner behind Christian Kirk. He could also see some carries out of the backfield if David Johnson (back) is unable to play.
Logan (ankle) is listed as inactive Sunday against the Redskins.
A limited practice participant this week, Logan's ankle must not be healthy enough to help in his primary job as the Cardinals' kick returner. Look for J.J. Nelson to hold down the fort in the realm while David Johnson and Chase Edmonds handle all backfield duties.
After missing his entire rookie season due to a dislocated wrist, Logan was pushed down the depth chart in late April with the selection of fellow running back Chase Edmonds in the fourth round of the NFL Draft. While his status as the No. 3 was solidified when D.J. Foster tore his ACL in preseason Week 3, Logan may find it difficult to see he field beyond kickoff returns. In the end, Logan could be in consideration for a DNP on Sunday versus the Redskins if his ankle remains bothersome.
A fifth-round pick last year, Logan was expected to serve as a kick and punt returner as a rookie. During the Cards' preseason opener in the Hall of Fame Game, he displayed dynamic skills in those realms, ripping off two kickoff returns for 71 yards before dislocating his wrist on a late-game carry. He proceeded to spend the entire campaign on injured reserve, and while he relayed he can still gain some more "mobility" in the wrist, he's otherwise good to go. "As far as strength, it's fine," Logan said. In 2018, he likely will handle a similar role to what was expected of him last year, with the potential for sub-packages on offense behind No. 1 running back David Johnson.
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