Here is our weekly spotlight on former LSU players currentlyplaying in the National Football League.
RB Joseph Addai (Indianapolis Colts) –
Addai had 43 yards on 18 rushes, helping Indy remain undefeated against the
LB Eric Alexander (New England Patriots) – Alexander subbed in during the 27-20 loss to New England.
DL Kenderick Allen (Green Bay Packers)
– Allen is on injured reserve.
WR Bennie Brazell (Cincinnati Bengals)
– Brazell is on injured reserve.
FS Ryan Clark (Pittsburgh Steelers) –
Clark had 2 assists in the Steelers 31-20 loss to Denver.
WR Michael Clayton (Tampa Bay Buccaneers) – Clayton had four catches for 38 yards in a 31-14 loss to the
DB Travis Daniels (Miami Dolphins) –
Daniels had one tackle in the Dolphins upset of Chicago.
RB Domanick Davis (Houston Texans) –
Davis is out for
the year with a knee injury.
OL Alan Faneca (Pittsburgh Steelers) –
The All-Pro guard started on the left side in the Steelers 31-20 loss to the
RB Kevin Faulk (New England Patriots) –
Faulk ran four times for 24 yards and was tied with Troy Brown as the leading
receiver, catching 5 balls for 31 yards.
DB Randall Gay (New England Patriots) –
"Blue" Gay was placed on injured reserve and will miss the remainder of the
season for the Patriots.
DL Jarvis Green (New England Patriots)
– Jarvis tallied one sack during a 27-20 loss to Indianapolis.
WR Skyler Green (Dallas Cowboys) –
Skyler took two punts back for a total of 21 yards and three kick returns for
almost a 20-yard average.
WR Devery Henderson (New Orleans Saints) – Devery was Drew Breese's big-play guy as he hauled in three passes for
110 yards and two touchdowns in the Saints 31-14 win over division rival
DL Marquisse Hill (New England
Patriots) – Hill was not active this week.
LB Bradie James (Dallas Cowboys) –
Bradie logged 8 tackles ( 4 solos & 4 assists) as the Cowboys fell to
CB Tory James (Cincinnati Bengals) –
James got the start at corner and logged 1 stop in a 20-26 loss to Baltimore.
P Donnie Jones (Miami Dolphins) – Jones
had six punts for a 43.5 yard average. He hit a 51-yarder and put three inside
WR Eddie Kennison (Kansas City Chiefs)
– Eddie had two catches for 19 yards against the Rams in a 31-17
OL Kevin Mawae (Tennessee Titans) –
Mawae started at center in the 37-7 loss to Jacksonville.
OL Todd McClure (Atlanta Falcons) –
McClure started at center in Atlanta's 14-30 loss
DT Anthony McFarland (Indianapolis
Colts) – McFarland started at tackle in his third game as a Colt and finished
with 2 solo stops and one assist.
OL Rudy Niswanger (Kansas City Chiefs)
– Niswanger was not active in the 35-28 victory over Seattle.
DE Melvin Oliver (San Francisco 49ers)
– Oliver started at defensive end and tallied 2 solo stops and one assist as the
49ers pulled out an offensive battle against the Vikings
CB Ronnie Prude (Baltimore Ravens) –
Prude had one tackle and one pass deflection in Baltimore's 26-20 win over the
WR Josh Reed (Buffalo Bills) – Reed had
only one catch for six yards, but left in the second quarter with an injury to
his kidney. He was released from the hospital Nov. 7.
DB Mark Roman (San
Francisco 49ers) – Roman started at strong safety and had one pass
deflection in a 9-3 win over Minnesota.
TE Robert Royal (Buffalo Bills) –Royal
got the start at tight end and pulled down one pass for nine yards in the Bills
24-10 win over Green
DE Marcus Spears (Dallas Cowboys) –
Marcus had 2 solo tackles and three assist in a 22-19 loss to Washington.
RB LaBrandon Toefield (Jacksonville Jaguars) – Toefield was not active for the 37-7 win over Tennessee.
CB Corey Webster (New York Giants) –
Webster had 4 solo tackles and one fumble recovery in a narrow escape from
OL Andrew Whitworth (Cincinnati
Bengals) – For the thirds consecutive week, Whitworth started at left tackle for
the Bengals. Cincinnati came up on the short end
of the stick to Baltimore 26-20.
DT Kyle Williams (Buffalo Bills) –
Williams had four tackles, (2 solo, 2 assists) and two quarterback hurries in
the Bills 24-10 win over Green
DT Claude Wroten (St. Louis Rams) –
Wroten had 2 quarterback hurries in the Rams 17-31 loss to the