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Cougars in the NFL - Week 4

Oct. 8, 2010

Former Cougars play major roles in the National Football League this past weekend.

Sebastian Vollmer, RT, New England Patriots (3-1) - played and started at right tackle. He and the offensive line created the way for 119 total rushing yards with a touchdown, and protected Tom Brady, who threw for 153 yards and a touchdown. The Patriots defeated division-rival Miami Dolphins, 41-14.
Next Up: Bye Week

Stanford Routt, CB, Oakland Raiders (1-3) - played and started at cornerback. He tallied three tackles (two solo and one assisted). The Raiders lost to the, best team in the NFL, Houston Texans, 31-24.
Next Up: Vs. San Diego, 3:15 p.m. CT, Oakland Coliseum

Kevin Kolb, QB, Philadelphia Eagles (2-2) - came off the bench after a starting quarterback Michael Vick suffered an injury. In three quarters of work, Kolb threw for 201 yards on 22 completions, with one touchdown. The Eagles fell short to their division rivals, the Washington Redskins, 17-12.
Next Up: @ San Francisco, 7:20 p.m. CT, Candlestick Park

Fendi Onobun, TE, St. Louis Rams (2-2) - was active but did not see the field. The Rams win second in-a-row after defeating the Seattle Seahawks, 20-3.
Next Up: @ Detroit, 12 p.m., Ford Field

Rex Hadnot, C/G, Arizona Cardinals (2-2) - was active but did not see the field in the Cardinals loss, 41-10, to the San Diego Chargers.
Next Up: Vs. New Orleans, 3:05 p.m., University of Phoenix Stadium

Jackie Battle, RB, Kansas City Chiefs (3-0) - had a bye week.
Next Up: @ Indianapolis, 12 p.m., Lucas Oil Stadium

 

 

Thomas Gafford, LS, Kansas City Chiefs (3-0) - had a bye week.
Next Up: @ Indianapolis, 12 p.m., Lucas Oil Stadium

Other Notable Alumni
Donnie Avery, WR, St. Louis Rams - injured reserve (knee)

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