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Beavers In The NFL: Week 4

Oct 6, 2020

CORVALLIS, Ore.  How Oregon State players in the NFL fared in week four's action.

Josh Andrews, New York Jets – Andrews saw action in nine total plays in New York's 37-28 loss to Denver on Thursday night.
Brandin Cooks, Houston Texans – Cooks was targeted three times but did not make a catch in Houston's 31-23 loss to Minnesota on Sunday.
Johnny Hekker, Los Angeles Rams – Hekker punted five times in the Rams' 17-9 win over the New York Giants on Sunday. He averaged 56 yards per punt, tallying a long of 61.  
Jake Luton, Jacksonville Jaguars – Luton did not play in Jacksonville's 33-25 loss to Cincinnati on Sunday.
Sean Mannion, Minnesota Vikings – Mannion did not play in Minnesota's 31-23 win over Houston on Sunday.
Ryan Nall, Chicago Bears – Nall saw action in 22 plays in Chicago's 19-11 loss to Indianapolis on Sunday. He returned one kickoff for 8 yards.
Steven Nelson, Pittsburgh Steelers – Nelson and Pittsburgh's game against Tennessee was postponed.
Artavis Pierce, Chicago Bears – Pierce did not play in Chicago's 19-11 loss to Indianapolis on Sunday.
Jordan Poyer, Buffalo Bills – Poyer made nine tackles in Buffalo's 30-23 win over Las Vegas on Sunday. He added one tackle for loss in the win.
Mike Remmers, Kansas City Chiefs – Remmers saw action on five plays in Kansas City's 26-10 win over New England on Monday night.
Noah Togiai, Indianapolis Colts – Togiai did not play in the Colts' 19-11 win over Chicago on Sunday.
The following Beavers are also on NFL rosters but not on their team's active roster.
Blake Brandel, Minnesota Vikings – Practice Squad
Sean Harlow, Atlanta Falcons – Practice Squad
Isaiah Hodgins, Buffalo Bills – Injured Reserve
Matt Moore, Kansas City Chiefs – Practice Squad
Kyle Peko, Denver Broncos – Opted out of 2020 season
Isaac Seumalo, Philadelphia Eagles – Injured Reserve
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