Cardinals HC Bruce Arians confirmed that rookie RB T.J. Logan has a dislocated wrist and will be out 12 weeks following surgery.
Cardinals fifth-round RB T.J. Logan suffered a wrist injury during Thursday’s Hall of Fame game and while the team was hoping that they would get good news, Mike Jurecki of 98.7 FM reports that Arizona expects his injury to require surgery to repair a dislocated bone in his wrist.
According to Jurecki, the Cardinals are “fearing the worst but hoping for the best” in regards to his recovery time.
Logan has put together an impressive training camp up to this point, so this is obviously disappointing news for all parties involved.
Logan, 22, was selected with the No. 179 overall pick of the fifth round by the Cardinals. He signed a four-year, $2.6 million contract and stands to make base salaries of $465,000 and $555,000 over the first two years of the contract.
During his college career at UNC, Logan rushed for 2,165 yards on 398 carries (5.4 YPC) to go along with 76 receptions for 663 yards receiving and 23 total touchdowns over the course of 49 games. He also contributed 2,098 kick return yards and five touchdowns.
We’ll have more regarding Logan’s timetable as the news is available.