The Cardinals waived Martin-Oguike with an injury settlement Saturday, per the NFL Media site.
Martin-Oguike originally reverted to IR after being waived with an undisclosed injury in late July, but the team has officially decided to cut ties with the linebacker instead. It's unclear how long the issue will prevent him from making a run at another roster spot, but it would be mildly surprising to see the second-year player land on a 53-man roster this season.
Martin-Oguike was placed on the Cardinals' IR after clearing waivers Friday, according to the NFL's official transaction log.
Martin-Oguike was waived on Thursday with an injury designation, making his placement on IR unsurprising. He's expected to carry the designation for the rest of the season or be released with an injury settlement.
Martin-Oguike was waived by Arizona with an undisclosed injury, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Martin-Oguike went undrafted out of Temple in 2017 and signed with Arizona back in January. The nature and severity of his injury remains unknown. If he clears waivers, he'll revert to the Cardinals' injured reserve, where he'll remain for the remainder of the season or until he reaches an injury settlement with the team.