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Alabama in the pro’s week two updates

Ha Ha Clinton-Dix

Week two of the NFL just wrapped up and it’s time to update our readers with updates from around the league on Former Alabama players. Alabama had 44 players on NFL rosters on opening day in 2018. Let’s see how they fared in week two.

Bengals 34, Ravens 23

Marlon Humphrey had seven tackles on the night.

Tim Williams had one tackle for Baltimore.

Anthony Averett played but didn’t record any stats for Baltimore.

Ravens defensive leader C.J. Mosley left the game early with a shoulder injury and is out indefinitely.

Dre Kirkpatrick finished the night with one tackle.

Dolphins 20, Jets 12

Kenyan Drake finished with 70 total yards from scrimmage and a touchdown.

Minkah Fitzpatrick had three tackles to go along with a solid night in coverage.

Chargers 31, Bills 20

Robert Foster had two receptions for 30 yards. Those were the first two catches of his career.

Nose guard Damion Square had half a sack for Los Angeles in the win over Buffalo.

Falcons 31, Panthers 24

Rookie receiver Calvin Ridley caught four passes for 64 yards ad his first professional touchdown.

Julio Jones had five receptions for 64 yards as well.

Rams 34, Cardinals 0

Rams linebacker Mark Barron was sidelined for the second straight week due to an Achilles injury. His return is unknown.

Cardinals tackle Andre Smith was also held out of the contest with an elbow injury.

Broncos 20, Raiders 19

Amari Cooper got back to his playmaking ways on Sunday, exploding for 10 receptions and 116 yards. This performance should get Cooper rolling in 2018.

Cowboys 20, Giants 13

Giants defensive captain Landon Collins had six tackles in a losing effort.

Dalvin Tomlinson started on the Giants defensive line and recorded two tackles.

Chiefs 42, Steelers 37

Reggie Ragland started at inside linebacker and racked up five tackles in the Chiefs victory.

Buccaneers 27, Eagles 21

O.J. Howard had 3 catches for 96 yards, including one that went 75 yards for a touchdown.

Guard Chance Warmack was inactive for Philadelphia.

Colts 21, Redskins 9

Ryan Kelly played in all 61 offensive snaps at center for Indy. Hopefully he can keep it up because his health is critical to the success of an offensive line that has struggled in past years.

Defensive end Jonathan Allen finished with four tackles for Washington.

Da’Ron Payne had 2 tackles in the Redskins defeat.

Ryan Anderson and Shon Dion-Hamilton didn’t record stats for Washington in this contest.

Washington receiver Cam Sims was placed on injured reserve with a foot injury, ending a promising rookie season.

Titans 20, Texans 17

Derrick Henry has yet to find the end zone this year, rushing for 56 yards on 18 carries on Sunday. He has to be better for Tennessee if they expect to win the AFC South.

Rashaan Evans has yet to play meaningful snaps for the Titans and its unclear when that will be.

Safety Kareem Jackson had six tackles for Houston.

49ers 30, Lions 27

Da’Shawn Hand had a strong outing for Detroit finishing with five tackles and one for loss. Hand is certainly exceeding expectations in Detroit.

A’Shawn Robinson totaled four tackles for Detroit.

Reuben Foster finished his two game league suspension and will be eligible to return in week 3.

Jaguars 31, Patriots 20

Cam Robinson tore his ACL against New England and will be out for the rest of the season.

T.J. Yeldon filled in nicely for Leonard Fournette after he was ruled of the contest. Yeldon had 10 carries for 58 yards and 2 receptions for 17 yards.

Rookie Ronnie Harrison was fantastic collecting 7 tackles and he played a role in shutting down Patriots star tight end Rob Gronkowski. Jacksonville found themselves a good player in Harrison. They should be excited about his potential.

Marcel Dareus had three tackles for Jacksonville. He is a key piece in their deep defensive line rotation.

Packers 29, Vikings 29

Pro Bowl Safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix had 3 tackles and an interception.

Bears 24, Seahawks 17

Defensive tackle Jarran Reed had two tackles in a losing effort for Seattle.

Bears safety Eddie Jackson had three tackles and a sack on Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson.

Practice Squad:

Tony Brown, Green Bay Packers

J.C. Hassenauer, Atlanta Falcons

Bo Scarborough, Dallas Cowboys

Levi Wallace, Buffalo Bills

Cyrus Jones, Baltimore Ravens



I am a graduate of Florida State University. Currently, I am the lead NFL Writer for Touchdown Alabama Magazine. This is my first year with the publication and I look forward to bringing our readers great content!

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