Cardinals sign TE Ifeanyi Momah
PHOENIX, Ariz. – Evidently the NFL Veteran Combine was a success, because the Arizona Cardinals keep taking players who were in it.
On Monday, Arizona signed wide receiver Nathan Slaughter. On Wednesday, they signed free agent tight end Ifeanyi Momah to a one-year deal.
Momah came into the league as a rookie free agent in 2013 out of Boston College. He signed with the Philadelphia Eagles, but was released during the final wave of cuts. Momah came back to the Eagles on a future contract and spend the 2014 offseason with Philadelphia before being released on August 30.
Momah spent time on the practice squads of the Cleveland Browns and Detroit Lions last year and signed a future contract with Detroit on December 30, but he was released on February 3.
Momah played in 34 career games with Boston College and had 39 catches for 629 yards and six touchdowns.
Momah joins three other tight ends on the Cardinals roster: John Carlson, Darren Fells and Troy Niklas.
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