Former Notre Dame Fighting Irish tight end Tommy Tremble had his best game of the year for the Carolina Panthers while also putting up quite the highlight.
Tremble’s team fell to 0-6 on the season, but the former Notre Dame football star did everything he could to try and help them topple the Miami Dolphins.
They ended up losing 42-21 but Tremble had two catches for 25 yards. It was his first multicatch game of 2023. It followed his first touchdown of the season last week.
What made headlines however, was that after one of his catches, Tremble got some air as he headed down field. He hurdled one potential tackler and avoided another before finally being brought down.
On the year, Tommy Tremble has 4 catches for 41 yards and a touchdown.
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