Bruce Arians on T.J. Logan: Learn His Name Quick


Bruce Arians was Arizona's head coach in 2017 when the team drafted in the fifth round. He hoped that the Cardinals' roster churning might shake Logan loose and lead to a reunion. That's exactly what happened and the Bucs' pounced. "I loved (T.J.) when I drafted him – 4.3 speed at running back, great kick returner, punt returner," said Arians. (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)

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