Alumni In The Pros: Week 9 In The NFL

Alumni In The NFL:

LB Keith Brooking had five solo tackles along with a passdeflection. RB Tashard Choice had three carries for 13 yards including atwo-yard RB run. Choice also caught one pass for eight yards. SSNick Ferguson saw action. Starting TE J.P. Foschicaught two passes for 32 yards. Starting FB MikeCox caught one pass for a loss of four yards. Andrew Economos handled long snapping duties for sevenpunts, three extra points and two field goal attempts. Keyaron Fox had a team-leading nine tackles, includingseven (six solo, one assisted) from his starting RILB position plustwo more on kickoff coverage. Andrew Gardner was not active. Starting ILB Gary Guyton had five tackles (four solo, one assisted).Starting DT Anthony Hargrove had three solo tackles alongwith recovering a fumble for a touchdown. Will Heller saw duty at tight end. Starting WR Calvin Johnson caught two passes for 27 yards. DEMichael Johnson was involved in a quarterback sack. StarterDawan Landry had eight tackles (five solo, three assisted)from his strong safety position along with a solo tackle on puntcoverage. Chris Reis has two tackles on kickoff coverage. Starting LBDaryl Smith had a team-leading eight tackles (seven solo,one assisted). DT Vance Walker has three solo tackles. LB Philip Wheeler had four tackles (two solo, two assisted).Gerris Wilkinson had a tackle on kickoff coverage. OGMansfield Wrotto was not active.

Alumni In The CFL:

WR Kerry Watkins had two receptions for 55 yards and atouchdown.

Alumni In The UFL:

EricHenderson had 3.5 tackles and a sack.

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