The Cardinals signed tight end Ifeanyi Momah, who worked out at the Veterans Combine, on Wednesday to a one-year contract.
Make that two players the Cardinals have signed from the NFL Veterans Combine.
The team signed tight end Ifeanyi Momah to a one-year contract Wednesday after Momah worked out at the Cardinals' facility Sunday during the NFL's first vet group workout. Earlier in the week, the Cardinals signed wide receiver , who had also worked out Sunday.
Momah, a undrafted rookie in 2013, has spent time with the Eagles, Lions and Browns. He has yet to
appear in a regular-season game. Standing 6-foot-7 and 248 pounds, Momah has played both tight end and wide receiver.
Before the signing was announced, Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said he was hoping to add a young tight end who could play special teams, but emphasized he was happy with the current trio of tight ends the Cards figure to carry on the roster: the team's 2014 second-round draft pick Troy Niklas, Darren Fells and John Carlson.
"Troy is going to be a good player if we can keep him healthy," Arians said. "Darren, I think, made the step to the NFL. Now can he make the step to a consistent everyday player? His play in December and January was really good.
"I think John lost his swagger a little bit after a couple dropped passes. He never drops passes, but it gets in your head. We talked about it in his exit interview. I think he come back better than ever. Can we find another young guy to fill that multiple role?"
The Cardinals also have Ted Bolser at tight end on the roster.