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Draft Scout Alameda Ta''amu News
03/09/15 - NT Alameda Ta'amu, who was schedukled to become a restricted free agent March 10, re-signed on a one-year contract with the Cardinals Monday (March 9).
Ta'amu (6-3, 348) played seven games last season after coming back from a knee injury suffered in the 2013 season finale. He originally came to the Cardinals in 2013 after he was claimed him off waivers from the Pittsburgh Steelers on September 1. That season he played in 14 games (three starts) and had 13 tackles, including three for loss, and added two QB pressures. Ta'amu spent his rookie season with the Steelers in 2012 after being selected in the fourth round (109th overall) of the NFL Draft out of Washington.
03/08/15 - NT Alameda Ta'amu, restricted FA update, never challenged for playing time after suffering a torn ACL in the last game of the 2013 season. Before that, Ta'amu was playing as well as starter Dan Williams. This is a crucial offseason for Ta'amu. If he can solve his physical problems, he can be a decent NFL player. The Cardinals would be smart to give him that chance.
08/25/14 - NT Alameda Ta'amu (knee) was moved off the physically unable to perform list last week and has practiced on a limited basis since. He could play in the final preseason game. It's still questionable if he will be ready for the season opener.
08/20/14 - NT Alamdea Ta'amu passed his physical and was cleared to practice Tuesday (Aug. 19) by the Cardinals.
07/27/14 - NT Alameda Ta'amu (knee) is on PUP and there is a chance he could be ready by the start of the season.