Tuesday, December 23, 2014

UConn in NFL: Week 16 report

Since leaving UConn as the Huskies all-time leader in quarterback sacks injuries nearly sidetracked Trevardo Williams dreams of playing in the NFL. But after being let go by three teams this year, Williams made a splash with his first career regular-season sack to highlight UConn in the NFL's weekly alumni report. Also, Robert McClain continued his trend of picking off legendary passers. His first career interception came two seasons ago at the expense of Peyton Manning and on Sunday he intercepted Drew Brees for the second time this season.

Will Beatty, OT New York Giants: Started in 37-27 win over St. Louis
Donald Brown, RB San Diego: Had four carries for 12 yards and a 4-yard reception in 38-35 overtime win over San Francisco
Darius Butler, CB Indianapolis: Had three tackles and forced a fumble in 42-7 loss to Dallas
Marcus Easley, WR Buffalo: Did not have a catch or a tackle in 26-24 loss to Oakland
Dwayne Gratz, CB Jacksonville: Had five tackles in 21-13 win over Tennessee
Ryan Griffin, TE Houston: Had three catches for 25 yards in 25-13 win over Baltimore
Danny Lansanah, LB Tampa Bay: Had two tackles in 20-3 loss to Green Bay
Robert McClain, CB Atlanta: Had five tackles including an interception in 30-14 win over New Orleans
Dan Orlovsky, QB, Detroit: Did not play in 20-14 win over Chicago
Kendall Reyes, DT San Diego: Had two tackles in 38-35 overtime win over San Francisco
Anthony Sherman, FB Kansas City: Did not have a catch in 20-12 loss to Pittsburgh
Shamar Stephen, DT Minnesota: Did not have a tackle in 37-35 loss to Miami
Jordan Todman, RB Jacksonville: Ran for 71 yards including a 62-yard touchdown run, had two catches and a 29-yard kickoff return in 21-13 win over Tennessee
Trevardo Williams, LB Washington: Had three tackles including a sack in second career regular-season game


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