FOS NFL Weekend Wrap-up

See what the former Penn State football players did at the pro level over the weekend. Robbie Gould continued to kick it up on special teams, Eddie Drummond was one of the few highlights for his club and Joe Jurevicius returned from an injury.

We list the former Penn State football players in the alphabetical order of their teams. B>Bryant Johnson, WR, Arizona
Johnson was held without a catch as the Cardinals fell to the Atlanta Falcons 32-10. The Cardinals dropped to 1-3 with the loss.

David Macklin, CB, Arizona
Macklin recorded 5 tackles against the Atlanta Falcons in a losing effort. Arizona fell to 1-3 with the 32-10 loss.

John Gilmore, TE, Chicago
Gilmore was held without a catch as Chicago dominated Seattle 37-6. The win moves Chicago to 4-0 on the year.

Robbie Gould, K, Chicago
Gould continued his strong play converting 3 of 3 field goals (36, 20, 41) and 4 of 4 extra points. Gould is 13-13 on field goals for the year as the Bears moved to 4-0 with a 37-6 win over Seattle.

Ethan Kilmer, S, Cincinnati
Kilmer had one assisted tackle on special teams as the Bengals fell to New England 38-13. The loss was the Cincinnati's first of the year, moving them to 3-1 on the season.

Tony Stewart, TE, Cincinnati
Stewart had 2 catches for 10 yards as the Bengals lost to New England 38-13. He also recorded 2 tackles on special teams as Cincinnati (3-1) lost for the first time this season.

Kenny Watson, RB, Cincinnati
Watson caught one pass for 16 yards and returned 3 kickoffs for 73 yards as the Bengals fell to 3-1 with a 38-13 loss to New England.

Joe Jurevicius, WR, Cleveland
Jurevicius came back from a rib injury and caught 3 balls for 22 yards and a touchdown as the Browns (1-3) won their first game of the year over Oakland, 24-21.

Marco Rivera, G, Dallas
Rivera and the Cowboys rushed for 217 yards on 41 carries and allowed no sacks in a 45-14 win over Tennessee. Dallas improved to 2-1 with the win.

Courtney Brown, DE, Denver
Brown and the Broncos had Week 4 off and will face Baltimore next Monday night.

Eddie Drummond, WR, Detroit
Drummond returned 6 kickoffs for 210 yards and also returned 1 punt for 2 yards as the Lions fell to 0-4 with a 41-34 loss to St. Louis.

Tyoka Jackson, DT, Detroit
Jackson did not record any statistics as the Lions fell to 0-4 with a 41-34 loss to St. Louis.

Kyle Brady, TE, Jacksonville
Brady was held without a catch as the Jaguars lost in overtime to Washington. Jacksonville is 2-2 on the season.

Tamba Hali, DE, Kansas City
Hali had 2 solo tackles and 1 assist to go along with 1.5 sacks and a forced fumble as the Chiefs (1-2) beat San Francisco 41-0.

Larry Johnson, RB, Kansas City
Johnson gained 101 yards on 30 carries and 2 touchdowns and caught 4 passes for 41 yards for the 1-2 Chiefs in a 41-0 win over San Francisco.

Bryan Scott, S, New Orleans
Scott recorded no statistics as the Saints dropped their first game of the season to Carolina, 21-18. New Orleans is 3-1 on the year.

LaVar Arrington, LB, New York Giants
Arrington and the Giants had a bye in week 4. They will welcome the Redskins into the Meadowlands next Sunday.

Kareem McKenzie, T, New York Giants
McKenzie and the Giants had a bye in week 4 and will welcome the Redskins into the Meadowlands next Sunday.

Brandon Short, LB, New York Giants
Short and the Giants will welcome the Redskins into the Meadowlands next Sunday after having a bye in Week 4.

Jeff Hartings, C, Pittsburgh
Hartings and the Steelers had a bye in Week 4 and will travel to San Diego on Sunday night.

Jimmy Kennedy, DT, St. Louis
Kennedy had 3 assisted tackles as the Rams moved to 3-1 on the season with a 41-34 win over Detroit.

Bhawoh Jue, S, San Diego
Jue recorded no stats as the Chargers fell to the Ravens in the final minute, 16-13. The loss puts San Diego as 2-1 on the year.

Anthony Adams, DT, San Francisco
Adams recorded 2 tackles as the 49ers fell to 1-3 with a 41-0 loss to Kansas City.

Michael Robinson, WR/RB, San Francisco
Robinson carried the ball 4 times for 13 yards. San Francisco is 1-3 after its 41-0 loss to Kansas City.

Bobby Engram, WR, Seattle
Engram had 4 catches for 33 yards in the Seahawks' 37-6 loss to Chicago. The Seahawks are 3-1 on the season.

Alan Zemaitis, CB, Tampa Bay
Zemaitis and the 0-3 Buccaneers had Week 4 off as they prepare to go into New Orleans and face the Saints next Sunday.

Kerry Collins, QB, Tennessee
Collins was replaced this week by rookie Vince Young and did not take a snap in a 45-14 loss to Dallas. Collins and the Titans are 0-4 on the season.

Calvin Lowry, S, Tennessee
Lowry recorded no statistics as the Titans fell to the Cowboys 45-14. Tennessee is 0-4 on the year.

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