Arizona Cardinals running back T.J. Logan (22) tries to elude defensive back Ironhead Gallon (47) during an NFL football training camp Monday, July 24, 2017, in Glendale, Ariz. He left the game and was getting his wrist examined in the fourth quarter, according to the television broadcast.
The sentiment as of Friday was that it didn't look good and coach Bruce Arians confirmed that on Saturday when he spoke with the media after practice.
Logan needs surgery on the wrist to fix a dislocated bone. Logan will be placed on injured reserve and is expected to miss about 12 weeks, which could put his return around Week 8, Arians added.
Now the team will need someone else to step up because with only two kickoff returns and one punt return, Logan had already established himself as the team's top returner for both kickoffs and punts.
Arians said "when he went up and caught that punt full speed, that was pretty impressive".
Stick with Keeping It Heel for updates on Logan as we follow him through his rehabilitation and return to the Arizona lineup. If all goes well, he will still be able to make an impact on the season when he returns for the home stretch.