He was on the Eagles roster during last preseason, but I think he still needed some more time to polish up his game coming off a college knee injury (torn ACL). He reportedly ran a 4.39 40-yard dash for the Eagles coaches at a private workout after he went undrafted, which led to them signing him last season.
I believe former Eagles legendary WR Harold Carmichael is still mentoring Ifeanyi Momah. Harold Carmichael was a 6'8" converted basketball player who was named to the NFL's 1970's All-Decade Team after amassing 590 receptions for 8,985 receiving yards and 79 TDs [18th most career TD receptions in NFL history], and who also set a record at the time by catching a pass in 127 consecutive games.
If you're looking for a real sleeper to slide in at the end of your roster, this guy probably has the most potential, especially with DJax now gone and Jeremy Maclin still needing to prove to everyone that he's over the ACL tear he suffered on July 27, 2013.
Momah suffered his ACL tear during his 2011 college season opening game. He put up 8 catches for 157 receiving yards that game before going down with the injury. He lost his appeal for a sixth college season (redshirted his junior year), which forced him to enter the 2012 NFL Draft. He went undrafted and spent 2012 rehabbing his torn ACL, not rushing his recovery. During the 2013 offseason, he met with the Eagles for a private workout and chose them over the Saints, Steelers, and Browns.
Edited by Robrain, 29 March 2014 - 10:29 AM.