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KNIGHTS IN THE NFL – Week 9
  • Posted on November 05, 2013 6:44:05 PM
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  • There are currently 24 former Rutgers football players on NFL rosters spanning 12 teams. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have the most former Scarlet Knight players on their roster with seven.

     

    Steve Beauharnais (2009-12), LB, New England Patriots
    New England 55, Pittsburgh 31
    Inactive for the game.

    Marvin Booker (2008-12), LB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    Seattle 27, Tampa Bay 24
    Placed on the reserved/injured list on Aug. 8, 2013.

    Kenny Britt (2006-08), WR, Tennessee Titans
    Tennessee 28, St. Louis 21
    Saw time at receiver but did not record any offensive statistics.

    Marcus Cooper (2009-12), DB, Kansas City Chiefs
    Kansas City 23, Buffalo 13
    Forced a fumble, defended three passes and tallied three solo tackles. Cooper’s forced fumble in the fourth quarter was collected by teammate Tamba Hali, and returned for a touchdown, giving the Chiefs a 20-13 lead late.

    Anthony Davis (2007-09), OT, San Francisco 49ers
    Bye Week
    Started all eight games this season for the 49ers. 

    Jonathan Freeny (2007-10), LB, Miami Dolphins
    Miami 22, Cincinnati 20
    Saw time in the game, but did not record any statistics.       

    Gary Gibson (2001-04), DT, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    Seattle 27, Tampa Bay 24
    Made one tackle and recorded one quarterback hit.

    Ka’Lial Glaud (2009-12), LB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    Seattle 27, Tampa Bay 24
    Member of the practice squad.

    Khaseem Greene (2009-12), LB, Chicago Bears
    Chicago 27, Green Bay 20
    Collected a career-high four tackles, all solo.      

    Duron Harmon (2009-12), DB, New England Patriots
    New England 55, Pittsburgh 31
    Grabbed his second career interception one week after notching his first. He returned it 42 yards and also made four tackles.

    Clark Harris (2003-06), LS, Cincinnati Bengals
    Miami 22, Cincinnati 20
    Primary long snapper for the Bengals.

     

    Mark Harrison (2009-12), WR, New England Patriots
    New England 55, Pittsburgh 31
    Placed on the reserve/non-football injury list on Aug. 26.

     

    Jawan Jamison (2011-12), RB, Washington Redskins
    Washington 30, San Diego 24
    Member of the practice squad.

     

    Brandon Jones  (2009-12), DB, New York Giants
    Bye Week
    Signed to the practice squad on Nov. 4.

     

    Brian Leonard (2002-06), RB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    Seattle 27, Tampa Bay 24
    Carried the ball five times for 20 yards and was tied for a team best with four receptions, accumulating 48 yards through the air.

     

    Devin McCourty (2005-09), DB, New England Patriots
    New England 55, Pittsburgh 31
    The starting safety collected his second interception of the season and also made five tackles. The Patriots scored on the first play after McCourty’s pick to take a 7-0 lead in the first quarter.

     

    Jason McCourty (2005-08), CB, Tennessee Titans
    Tennessee 28, St. Louis 21
    Recorded two solo tackles and defended one pass.  

     

    Ray Rice (2005-07), RB, Baltimore Ravens
    Cleveland 24, Baltimore 18
    Rushed for 17 yards on 11 carries and hauled in three passes for 21 yards.

     

    Logan Ryan (2010-12), DB, New England Patriots
    New England 55, Pittsburgh 31
    Compiled three tackles in the win.

     

    Mohamed Sanu (2010-12), WR, Cincinnati Bengals
    Miami 22, Cincinnati 20
    Started at wide receiver and caught six passes for 62 yards.

     

    Tiquan Underwood (2005-08), WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    Seattle 27, Tampa Bay 24
    Scored his first touchdown of the season, hauling in a 20-yard pass in the second quarter. He finished the game with two receptions for 29 yards.

     

    Jamaal Westerman (2005-08), LB, Buffalo Bills
    Kansas City 23, Buffalo 13
    Had one quarterback hit in the contest.

     

    Tim Wright (2009-12), TE, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    Seattle 27, Tampa Bay 24
    Caught his second career touchdown pass after grabbing his first last week. Wright hauled in a 12-yard pass early in the second quarter for the first score of the game. He finished the game with a team-best 58 yards on four catches.

     

    Jeremy Zuttah (2004-07), OL, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    Seattle 27, Tampa Bay 24
    Started at left guard for the Buccaneers, helping the squad to 205 yards on the ground.

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