T.J. Logan News & Bio

Name:T.J. Logan
Hometown:Greensboro, NC
High School:Northern Guilford
Recruit Rating:4 Stars
Born:September 3, 1994 (25)
Height/Weight:5-10, 190
Position:Running Back
Pro Team:Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL)
Notes:Football, 2013 Parade All-American
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Several Tar Heels named to NC All-2010s high school football team
Offensive Player of the Decade: RB Elijah Hood, Charlotte Catholic. Other Tar Heels named to the All-Decade football team include ATH Eric Ebron, Ben...

Tampa Bay Buccaneers lose return man T.J. Logan for the season
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be without kick and punt returner T.J. Logan for the remainder of the season after he broke his thumb fielding...

Bruce Arians on T.J. Logan: Learn His Name Quick
Bruce Arians was Arizona's head coach in 2017 when the team drafted T.J. Logan in the fifth round. He hoped that the Cardinals' roster churning...

T.J. Logan released by Arizona Cardinals
The Cardinals reduced their roster to 51 Saturday in anticipation of more moves Sunday. They didn’t leave quite enough room. Arizona needed to make three...

T.J. Logan Hopes to Earn His Shot With Arizona Cardinals
Arizona Cardinals running back T.J. Logan showed off his game-changing speed in the preseason but has not translated it into regular season performance. He said...

NFL Tar Heels Returning to UNC this Weekend
The UNC football program will host a large group of NFL Tar Heels this weekend as part of a larger outreach effort by coach Mack...

19 Tar Heels Named to NFL 53-Man Rosters
Saturday was the deadline for NFL teams to cut their rosters down to 53 players for the opening week of the season. 19 Tar Heels...

Cardinals' RB T.J. Logan finds end zone on long run vs. Cowboys
At Arizona Cardinals' training camp, running back T.J. Logan has been primarily getting reps with the third team as he tries to climb the depth...

T.J. Logan named Cardinals’ breakout candidate by ESPN
Second-year Arizona Cardinals running back T.J. Logan missed all of his rookie season in 2017 with a fractured wrist suffered in the Hall of Fame...

‘Kick it to me’: Here’s a dare from Anthony Ratliff-Williams, UNC’s next big star
It’s difficult to believe, but for Anthony Ratliff-Williams, the proof is there. Two kick return touchdowns and nearly 900 yards in his lone season as...

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