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KNIGHTS IN THE NFL – Week 1
  • Posted on September 10, 2013 3:08:18 PM
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  • KNIGHTS IN THE NFL – Week 1

    There are currently 24 former Rutgers football players on NFL rosters spanning 14 teams. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have the most former Scarlet Knight players on their roster with five.

    Steve Beauharnais (2009-12), LB, New England Patriots
    New England 23, Buffalo 21
    Active, but did not see action.

    Marvin Booker (2008-12), LB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    New York Jets 18, Tampa Bay 17
    Placed on the reserved/injured list on Aug. 8, 2013.

    Kenny Britt (2006-08), WR, Tennessee Titans
    Tennessee 16, Pittsburgh 9
    Started at wide receiver for the Titans, catching one pass for 15 yards.

    Marcus Cooper (2009-12), DB, Kansas City Chiefs
    Kansas City 28, Jacksonville 2
    Saw time for the Chiefs, recording his first NFL tackle in the fourth quarter.

    Anthony Davis (2007-09), OT, San Francisco 49ers
    San Francisco 34, Green Bay 28
    Earned the start at right tackle and helped protect QB Colin Kaepernick, who threw for three touchdowns.  

    Jonathan Freeny (2007-10), LB, Miami Dolphins
    Miami 23, Cleveland 10
    Made an appearance at linebacker in the contest.  

    Gary Gibson (2001-04), DT, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    New York Jets 18, Tampa Bay 17
    Saw action for the Buccaneers, but did not record any statistics.

    Ka’Lial Glaud (2009-12), LB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    New York Jets 18, Tampa Bay 17
    Member of the practice squad.

    Khaseem Greene (2009-12), LB, Chicago Bears
    Chicago 24, Cincinnati 21
    Made his first career NFL tackle on special teams in the opening quarter of the game.   

    Duron Harmon (2009-12), DB, New England Patriots
    New England 23, Buffalo 21
    Inactive for the game against the Bills.   

    Clark Harris (2003-06), LS, Cincinnati Bengals
    Chicago 24, Cincinnati 21
    Primary long snapper for the Bengals.

    Jawan Jamison (2011-12), RB, Washington Redskins
    Philadelphia 33, Washington 27
    Member of the practice squad.

    D.C. Jefferson (2009-12), TE, Arizona Cardinals
    St. Louis 27, Arizona 24
    Saw action but did not record any statistics.

    George Johnson (2006-09), DE, Minnesota Vikings
    Detroit 34, Minnesota 24
    Inactive for the contest. 

    Joe Lefeged (2007-10), S, Indianapolis Colts
    Indianapolis 21, Oakland 17
    Saw game action but did not record any statistics. 

    Brian Leonard (2002-06), RB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    New York Jets 18, Tampa Bay 17
    Caught one pass for four yards and returned one kickoff for five yards.

    Devin McCourty (2005-09), DB, New England Patriots
    New England 23, Buffalo 21
    Started at safety for the Patriots, tallying three tackles including two solo.

    Jason McCourty (2005-08), CB, Tennessee Titans
    Tennessee 16, Pittsburgh 9
    Started at corner for the Titans, recording four solo tackles, one TFL and one pass defended.

    Ray Rice (2005-07), RB, Baltimore Ravens
    Denver 49, Baltimore 27
    The starting running back carried the ball 12 times for 36 yards, including a 1-yard scoring strike in the second quarter. He also caught a team-high eight passes for 35 yards.

    Logan Ryan (2010-12), DB, New England Patriots
    New England 23, Buffalo 21
    Saw action at corner for the Patriots, but did not record any statistics.

    Mohamed Sanu (2010-12), WR, Cincinnati Bengals
    Chicago 24, Cincinnati 21
    Started at wide receiver and made four catches for 19 yards.

    Jamaal Westerman (2005-08), LB, Buffalo Bills
    New England 23, Buffalo 21
    Saw time for the Bills, but did not record any statistics.

    Tim Wright (2009-12), TE, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    New York Jets 18, Tampa Bay 17
    Made an appearance at tight end for the Buccaneers, but did not record any statistics.

    Jeremy Zuttah (2004-07), OL, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    New York Jets 18, Tampa Bay 17
    Started at center for the Buccaneers, who scored a rushing touchdown.

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