Week 9: Ex-Illini in the NFL

Week 9: Ex-Illini in the NFL

Jeff Allen and Jon Asamoah, Chiefs: Starting offensive guards helped Kansas City remain perfect and paved way for 95 rushing yards against Buffalo.

Alan Ball, Jaguars: Cornerback was on his bye this week.

Arrelious Benn, Eagles: Receiver is on injured reserve.

Michael Buchanan, Patriots: Reserve defensive lineman played in rout against Pittsburgh but didn’t record any tackles.

Jack Cornell, Raiders: Offensive lineman did not see action against the Eagles.

Jeff Cumberland, Jets: Tight end was not active in home victory against New Orleans.

Vontae Davis, Colts: Cornerback played in late game against the Texans.

David Diehl, Giants: Offensive lineman was on his bye this week.

Glenn Foster, Saints: Reserve defensive end played against Jets but didn’t make any stops.

Kelvin Hayden, Bears: Cornerback is on injured reserve (hamstring).

Michael Hoomanawanui, Patriots: Starting tight end had one catch for 17 yards against Steelers.

A.J. Jenkins, Chiefs: Reserve receiver played but did not catch a pass against Bills.

Mikel Leshoure, Lions: Running back was off this week.

Corey Liuget, Chargers: Starting defensive right end had three tackles in overtime loss to Washington.

Rashard Mendenhall, Cardinals: Running back took the week off.

Whitney Mercilus, Texans: Played in late game against Indianapolis.

Tony Pashos, Raiders: Offensive lineman was not active in loss to Philadelphia.

Graham Pocic, Rams: Offensive lineman is on injured reserve (shoulder).

Akeem Spence, Buccaneers: Starting defensive tackle had two tackles in overtime loss to Seattle.

Pierre Thomas, Saints: Reserve running back caught seven passes for 66 yards and gained 24 yards on six carries against the Jets.

Hugh Thornton, Colts: Offensive lineman played in late game against Houston.

Steve Weatherford, Giants: Punter took week off.

Tavon Wilson, Patriots: Reserve defensive back saw action against Pittsburgh but didn’t record any tackles.

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