C. J. Uzomah’s rehabilitation from a torn Achilles is going well.
The Cincinnati Bengals tight end updated The Enquirer on his rehab process.
“It’s good, it’s really good. After talking to trainers and people, I’m ahead of schedule,” Uzomah told The Enquirer. “It’s really good. They like the progress with it. I’m walking and doing everything that they are saying. It’s going really well.”
Uzomah is expected to be cleared for full activity in March. The story went on to say Uzomah suffered a season-ending torn Achilles in the team’s Week 2 loss to the Cleveland Browns. Cincinnati placed him on injured reserve on Sept. 18. Prior to his injury, Uzomah was off to the best two-game start of his career. The 6-foot-6 tight end had eight catches for 87 yards and one touchdown in two contests this year. The touchdown ball that he caught versus Cleveland was the first TD pass of quarterback Joe Burrow’s career.
CIN TE C.J. Uzomah - Week 6 Fantasy Football Outlook
Week 6 at Detroit
After a huge Thursday night game a few weeks ago, C.J. Uzomah came back down to earth last week where we have seen him most of the season with a couple of targets and a couple of receptions. There are too many other options for QB Joe Burrow on the Bengals.
Uzomah is a bench player for depth at best and probably is a non-roster guy at this point of the season even though he is clearly the starter.