Badgers in the NFL - Week Seven

Badger Nation looks at the 19-former Wisconsin Badgers that are now making a living in the professional ranks and how they performed in week seven of the NFL.

Atlanta Flacons –

DL Jason Jefferson – Bye Week

LS Mike Schneck – Bye Week

Baltimore Ravens –

LB Nick Greisen – one solo tackle in 27-13 win at Miami

LS Matt Katula – helped Matt Stover go 2-for-2 in his field goal attempts, including a 47-yard try, in win

DB Jim Leonhard – seven tackles and one pass deflection in loss

Buffalo Bills –

WR Lee Evans team leading eight catches for 80 yards, including a 20-yard touchdown catch that will be nominated for catch of the year, in 23-14 win over San Diego

Chicago Bears

OL Dan Buenning – played in his first game of the season in 48-41 loss against Minnesota

Cincinnati Bengals

CB Jamar Fletcher – one solo tackle in 38-10 loss at Pittsburgh

Cleveland Browns –

OL Joe Thomas – started at left tackle in 14-11 loss at Washington

Dallas Cowboys -

QB Brooks Bollinger - DNP in 34-14 loss at St. Louis

Detroit Lions –

LB Alex Lewis – three tackles in 28-21 loss at Houston

Green Bay Packers –

OL Mark Tauscher – starting at right tackle in win 34-14 win against Indianapolis

Houston Texans –

TE Owen Daniels six catches for 66 yards, with two touchdowns, in win over Detroit

Indianapolis Colts –

QB Jim Sorgi – DNP in loss against Packers

New Orleans Saints –

K Taylor Mehlhaff – made his only extra point attempt in 30-7 loss at Carolina

San Diego Chargers –

WR Chris Chambers – Inactive for second-straight week because of an ankle injury

Tampa Bay Buccaneers –

RB Michael Bennett – no carries in 20-10 win against Seattle

Washington Redskins –

DL Erasmus James – Inactive against Cleveland

OL Casey Rabach – started at center in 14-11 win

Badgers on Injured Reserve

Center Al Johnson with Arizona

Running Back Brian Calhoun with Detroit

Cornerback Jack Ikegwuonu with Philadelphia

Cornerback Scott Starks with Jacksonville

Badgers on Practice Squads

Defensive Tackle Nick Hayden with Carolina

WR Paul Hubbard with Cleveland

Defensive Back Roderick Rogers with Denver

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