Our weekly roundup of former LSU Tigers currently playing in the NFL.
RB Joseph Addai (Indianapolis Colts) – Addai totaled 124 all-purpose
yards and scored his second touchdown on the season on the ground in thr 17-16
victory over Buffalo. He finished with 78 yards on 13
carries and caught 7 passes for 46 yards.
LB Eric Alexander (New England Patriots) – Alexander
notched 1 tackle on special teams in New
England's 17-14 loss to the New York Jets.
DL Kenderick Allen (Green Bay Packers) – The Packers placed
Allen on injured reserve back on 10/4.
WR Bennie Brazell (Cincinnati Bengals) – Brazell is on injured
FS Ryan Clark (Pittsburgh
Steelers) – Defense wasn't the name of the game in Pittsburgh's 38-31 win over
the Saints. Clark led the Steelers' secondary
with 6 total stops (4 solos & 2 assists).
WR Michael Clayton (Tampa Bay
Buccaneers) – Clayton had 1 grab for 16 yards in the Monday night loss to
DB Travis Daniels (Miami
Dolphins) – Miami won for the second week in
a row and Daniels logged 2 solo stops in the 13-10 win over Kansas
RB Domanick Davis (Houston
Texans) – Davis is out for the year with a knee injury.
OL Alan Faneca (Pittsburgh
Steelers) – Pittsburgh defeated New Orleans in a 38-31
battle and Faneca started at his left guard mainstay.
RB Kevin Faulk (New
England Patriots) – In the loss to the Jets, Faulk caught 3
passes for 23 yards and he didn't get any carries.
DB Randall Gay (New
England Patriots) – Gay is out for the season with an
DL Jarvis Green (New
England Patriots) – Jarvis started at left defensive end and
logged 3 solo stops.
WR Skyler Green (Dallas Cowboys) – Bill Parcells played
Skyler some at wide out but he didn't log any catches or return any kicks in the
Cowboys 27-10 win over the Cardinals.
WR Devery Henderson (New Orleans Saints) – Devery was held
without a catch in the loss to the Steelers.
DL Marquise Hill (New
England Patriots) – Hill saw action as a backup at defensive end
in the loss to the Jets.
LB Bradie James (Dallas
Cowboys) – Bradie led the Cowboys in tackles with 9 (7 solos & 2
assists) and he also broke up a pair of passes in the victory over Arizona.
CB Tory James (Cincinnati
Bengals) – The Bengals dropped a 49-41 decision to San Diego and James broke
up a pass and made 3 tackles (2 solos & 1 assist).
P Donnie Jones (Miami Dolphins) – Jones averaged 37.3
yards on 6 punts and downed a couple inside the 20-yard line in Miami's win over the
Chiefs. His longest boot of the day was 47 yards.
WR Eddie Kennison (Kansas City Chiefs) – "Boo" had 3 grabs for
58 yards with his longest one going for 31 yards.
OL Kevin Mawae (Tennessee Titans) – The Titans fell 27-26
to the Jaguars and Mawae started at center.
OL Todd McClure (Atlanta Falcons) – McClure started at
center in the Falcons 17-13 set back to the Browns.
DT Anthony McFarland (Indianapolis Colts) – "Booger" had his
best outing of the year with 5 tackles (3 solos & 2 assists), 1 sack, and 1
quarterback hurry and the Colts went on to defeat the Bills 17-16.
OL Rudy Niswanger (Kansas City Chiefs) – Niswanger was not
active for the Dolphins 13-10 win over the Chiefs.
DE Melvin Oliver (San
Francisco 49ers) – San Fran topped Detroit 19-13 and Oliver had 2 stops (1 solo
& 1 assist) with 1 tackles for a loss.
CB Ronnie Prude (Baltimore Ravens) – The Ravens squeaked out
a 27-26 win over the Titans and Prude had 1 solo tackle.
WR Josh Reed (Buffalo Bills) – Reed was not active for
the Bills 17-16 loss to the Colts.
DB Mark Roman (San
Francisco 49ers) – Roman had 4 tackles (3 solos & 1 assist)
in the victory over Detroit.
TE Robert Royal (Buffalo Bills) – The Indianapolis "D" shut
Royal down completely as he failed to make a grab in the Bills 17-16
DE Marcus Spears (Dallas Cowboys) – Arizona did a good
job of keeping Spears in check as he tallied 1 solo stop & 1 assist in the
RB LaBrandon Toefield (Jacksonville Jaguars) – Toe did not play in
the 13-10 loss to the Texans.
CB Corey Webster (New York Giants) – Webster forced a
fumble, broke up a couple of passes, and tallied 5 tackles (3 solos & 2
assists) in a 38-20 loss to the Bears.
OL Andrew Whitworth (Cincinnati
Bengals) – Whitworth started at left tackle as Cincinnati dropped a high-scoring affair to San Diego by the count of
OL Ben Wilkerson (Cincinnati Bengals) – Wilkerson just signed
a 4-year contract with the Bengals but he did not see any action against the
DT Kyle Williams (Buffalo Bills) – Williams registered 4
tackles (2 solos & 2 assists) from his starting defensive tackle spot as the
Bills dropped a heartbreaker to the Bills 17-16.
DT Claude Wroten (St. Louis Rams) – Wroten saw action as a
reserve at defensive tackle but he didn't record any stats in the Rams 24-22
loss to the Seahawks.