Monday, October 1, 2012

Marshall in the NFL: Week Four

Weekly review of Marshall Alumni in the NFL.

1. Ahmad Bradshaw, Running Back, New York Giants

Returning for a neck injury that kept him out last week, Ahmad Bradshaw rushed for 39 yards on 13 carries. He also caught three passes for 38 yards during the New York Giants 19-17 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.  

2. C.J Spillman, Safety, San Francisco 49ers

C.J Spillman registerd one special teams tackle as the San Francisco 49ers beat the New York Jets 34-0.

3. Doug Legursky, Guard/Center, Pittsburgh Steelers

Bye week.

4. Byron Leftwich, Quarterback, Pittsburgh Steelers

Bye week.

5. Albert McClellan, Linebacker, Baltimore Ravens

Albert McClellan was all over the field during the Baltimore Ravens 23-16 win over the Cleveland Browns, registering five tackles (two solo, three assisted).

6. Lee Smith, Tight End, Buffalo Bills

Buffalo was able to hang with the New England Patriots through three quarters yesterday but a dreadful final frame doomed the Bills as they fell 52-28. Lee Smith did not catch a pass or register a special teams tackle during the game.

7. Randy Moss, Wide Receiver, San Francisco 49ers

49ers quarterback Alex Smith completed 12 passes on Sunday but none to Randy Moss.

8. Vinny Curry, Defensive End, Philadelphia Eagles

Vinny Curry was listed among Philadelphia’s inactive players for the fourth straight week.

9. Mario Harvey, Linebacker, Indianapolis Colts

Bye week.

10. Daniel Baldridge, Offensive Lineman, Jacksonville Jaguars

After being signed to Jacksonville’s active roster on September 15th, Daniel Baldridge has been among the Jaguars inactive players the last two weeks. Jacksonville lost to the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, 27-10.

11. Chris Crocker, Safety, Cincinnati Bengals

Chris Crocker was signed by the Bengals on Thursday and he was already paying dividends this Sunday. In the fourth quarter of Cincinnati’s win over Jacksonville, Crocker intercepted a Blaine Gabbert pass and turned up field for a 23 yard gain.

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