WVU Alumni NFL Update

It was another frustrating week for Marc Bulger, but PacMan Jones continued to shine among the Mountaineer alumni in the NFL.

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#88 Anthony Becht Tight End
Class of 1999
For the second week in a row, the Bucs failed to put the ball in the endzone, and the passing game was equally feeble. Anthony was again held without a reception in the loss to the Falcons.
This Week: L, 17-6 Atlanta Record: 3-10
Next Week: @ Chicago
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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, 27-10 Oakland Record: 8-5
Next Week: @ Indianapolis
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#93 John Browning Defensive Lineman
Class of 1995
John is on Injured Reserve with a strained back.
This Week: L, 20-10 Baltimore Record: 7-6
Next Week: @ San Diego
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#10 Marc Bulger Quarterback
Class of 1999
Marc put up excellent numbers against a tough Bears defense, but was let down by his own defense and special teams, costing St. Louis a potential win. Bulger completed a season high 34 of 55 passes for 356 yards. He threw for three touchdowns - two to Torry HOlt and one to Steven Jackson - and one interception late in the game. Marc trails only Drew Brees and Petyont Manning for the NFL lead in passing yards.
This Week: L, 42-27 Chicago Record: 5-8
Next Week: @ Oakland
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#33 Kay Jay Harris Running Back
Class of 2004
Kay Jay saw limited action in the backfield of the Rams loss to Chicago. He did break into the stat column with a 10-yard reception.
This Week: L, 42-27 Chicago Record: 5-8
Next Week: @ Oakland
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# 15 Chris Henry Wide Receiver
Class of 2004
Chris hauled in an eight yard touchdown reception early on his way to a two catch game against Oakland. The touchdown was the 7th of the season for Henry, despite the fact that he's played in just 10 games. Chris has already eclipsed his yardage and scoring production from last year where he played in 14 games.
This Week: W, 27-10 Oakland Record: 8-5
Next Week: @ Indianapolis
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#32 Adam Jones Cornerback
Class of 2004
PacMan continues to show why the Titans selected him 6th overall in last year's draft. In an overtime win over the Texans, Jones' name appears everywhere on the stat sheet. In his typical role of corner, Pac had four tackles, and a sack. He also returned four punts for a total of 16 yards, and had a 36 yard kick return. Adam touched the ball again on offense, running once for just a yard. He now ranks fourth in the NFL in punt returns.
This Week: W, 26-20 Houston Record: 6-7
Next Week: Jacksonville
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#96 Antwan Lake Defensive Lineman
Class of 2001
Antwan was called on to start in the first defensive set for New Orleans, but saw limited time. After giving up a 77-yard Julius Jones touchdown run on the first series, the Saints defense held Dallas to just 39 yards on 15 carries. Lake did not record a stop in the game.
This Week: W, 42-17 Dallas Record: 9-4
Next Week: WASHINGTON
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#31 Mike Logan Defensive Back
Class of 1996
Logan was again active on defense and special teams, but felt his presence known in the latter. Mike had two tackles in the 20-point win over the Browns.
This Week: W, 27-7 Cleveland Record: 6-7
Next Week: @ Carolina
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#45 Mike Lorello Defensive Back
Class of 1996
Mike remains on the Steelers' practice squad.
This Week: W, 27-7 Cleveland Record: 6-7
Next Week: @ Carolina
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#45 Dee McCann Defensive Back
Class of 2005
Dee remains on the Lions' practice squad.
This Week: L, 30-20 Minnesota Record: 2-11
Next Week: @ Green Bay
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#36 Corey McIntyre Fullback
Class of 2001
McIntyre was inactive for the Tampa Bay game.
This Week: W, 17-6 Tampa Bay Record: 7-6
Next Week: DALLAS
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#84 Jerry Porter Wide Receiver
Class of 1999
Jerry was inactive with a hip injury.
This Week: L, 27-10 Cincinnati Record: 2-11
Next Week: ST. LOUIS
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#56 Gary Stills Linebacker
Class of 1998
Gary logged yet another special teams tackle, giving him 24 total stops on the season. Stills is on his way to having his best season since 2003 with Kansas City, where he recorded 35 tackles.
This Week: W, 20-10 Kansas City Record: 10-3
Next Week: CLEVELAND
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#97 John Thornton Defensive Lineman
Class of 1998
Thunder returned to the starting lineup and reinserted himself as a leader of the Cincinnati defense. The Bengals front seven held the Raiders to just 45 yards rushing on 16 carries. For the day, Thornton had two tackles and batted down a pass.
This Week: W, 27-10 Oakland Record: 8-5
Next Week: @ Indianapolis
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#35 Quincy Wilson Running Back
Class of 2003
Quincy remains on the Bengals practice squad.
This Week: W, 27-10 Oakland Record: 8-5
Next Week: @ Indianapolis
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