WVU Alumni NFL Update

It was another tough week for many of West Virginia's alumni in the NFL

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#88 Anthony Becht Tight End
Class of 1999
Tampa Bay stepped up and handled the Redskins with a balanced offense. Anthony played a key role catching two passes for nine yards, including a 7-yard touchdown pass which tied the game at 10 late in the third. The touchdown is Becht's first of the year, and his first since a December 2004 win over the Houston Texans, when Anthony was still playing for the Jets.
This Week: W, 20-17 Washington Record: 3-7
Next Week: @ Dallas
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#74 Rich Braham Offensive Lineman
Class of 1993
Braham was inactive this week, continuing to rehab his knee.
This Week: W, 31-16 New Orleans Record: 5-5
Next Week: @ Cleveland
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#93 John Browning Defensive Lineman
Class of 1995
John has been placed on Injured Reserve with a strained back and will not play in the 2006 season.
This Week: W, 17-13 Oakland Record: 6-4
Next Week: DENVER
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#10 Marc Bulger Quarterback
Class of 1999
Marc had what may have been his worst game in terms of productivity as a starter in his career. Bulger completed 19 of 34 passes for just 142 yards, no touchdowns and his third interception of the season. The sixth year veteran was also dropped for seven sacks, including one for a safety which concluded the shutout loss. Over the past two games, Marc has thrown no touchdowns, two interceptions, and has been sacked 11 times.
This Week: L, 15-0 Carolina Record: 4-6
Next Week: SAN FRANCISCO
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#33 Kay Jay Harris Running Back
Class of 2004
Kay Jay saw limited special teams action against the Panthers, but had no returns and recorded no tackles.
This Week: L, 15-0 Carolina Record: 4-6
Next Week: SAN FRANCISCO
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# 15 Chris Henry Wide Receiver
Class of 2004
Chris caught just two passes for 24 yards in Cincinnati's win over the Saints. He acted as a decoy much of the game, allowing Chad Johnson to have a career receiving day. Having played in half the games he did last season, Chris is just 9 catches and 43 yards shy of his production numbers from his rookie year.
This Week: W, 31-16 New Orleans Record: 5-5
Next Week: @ Cleveland
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#32 Adam Jones Cornerback
Class of 2004
Pac Man carried the banner for the Mountaineers this week, as he returned a highlight reel punt for 90 yards and a score in the Titans upset of Philadelphia. Jones fielded a total of three punts for 99 yards, had three tackles and a pass break-up in the game. The Titans secondary gave up 267 passing yards, but on a combined 61 attempts by Donovan McNabb and Jeff Garcia.
This Week: W, 31-13 Philadelphia Record: 3-7
Next Week: NEW YORK GIANTS
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#96 Antwan Lake Defensive Lineman
Class of 2001
Lake saw action in the Saints loss to the Bengals, but registered no tackles. He did notch another quarterback hit.
This Week: L, 31-16 Cincinnati Record: 6-4
Next Week: @ Atlanta
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#31 Mike Logan Defensive Back
Class of 1996
Logan saw time on the field in the Steelers come from behind win, but did not appear in the stat column.
This Week: W, 24-20 Cleveland Record: 4-6
Next Week: @ Baltimore
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#45 Dee McCann Defensive Back
Class of 2005
Dee remains on the Lions' practice squad.
This Week: L, 17-10 Arizona Record: 2-8
Next Week: MIAMI
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#36 Corey McIntyre Fullback
Class of 2001
Corey played a big role in New Orleans' special teams, making two tackles.
This Week: L, 31-16 Cincinnati Record: 6-4
Next Week: @ Atlanta
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#84 Jerry Porter Wide Receiver
Class of 1999
Porter is seeing minimal playing time, and was held without a reception yet again.
This Week: L, 17-13 Kansas City Record: 2-8
Next Week: @ San Diego
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Todd Sauerbrun Punter
Class of 1994
N/A
This Week: N/A Record: N/A
Next Week: N/A
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#56 Gary Stills Linebacker
Class of 1998
Gary was held without a tackle for just the second time this season, as the Ravens held off the Falcons.
This Week: W, 24-10 Atlanta Record: 8-2
Next Week: PITTSBURGH
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#97 John Thornton Defensive Lineman
Class of 1998
The Bengals front line got back to basics on Sunday, and limited the duo of Deuce McAllister (nothing new for Mountaineers) and Reggie Bush to just 91 yards on 23 carries. John had four tackles on the day, and now has 26 on the season.
This Week: W, 31-16 New Orleans Record: 5-5
Next Week: @ Cleveland
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#13 Mike Vanderjagt Kicker
Class of 1992
Mike didn't exactly shine in his first game against his old mates, but his team still came out on top. Vanderjagt banged the right upright (for the third time this season) with a 43-yard attempt in the first half, then pushed a 46-yarder to the right in the second half. He continued his streak of extra points, by hitting all three attempts.
This Week: W, 21-14 Indianapolis Record: 6-4
Next Week: TAMPA BAY
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#35 Quincy Wilson Running Back
Class of 2003
Quincy remains on the Bengals practice squad.
This Week: W, 31-16 New Orleans Record: 5-5
Next Week: @ Cleveland
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