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Pro Bears Week 7

Oct 26, 2020
Jared Goff and Aaron Rodgers are currently at the helm of NFL playoff teams in Los Angeles and Green Bay.

BERKELEY – Former Cal quarterbacks Aaron Rodgers and Jared Goff both got back on track while Cameron Jordan played in his 150th consecutive regular-season NFL game (all games possible in his first nine-plus years in the league) to highlight Week 7 performances in the NFL by former Cal football student-athletes who finished their collegiate careers with the Golden Bears.

Rodgers and Goff, who had both suffered Week 6 losses, rebounded by leading their respective Green Bay and Los Angeles Rams teams to victories at Houston and over Chicago. The duo combined to complete 46-of-67 passes (68.7%) for 502 yards with six touchdowns and no interceptions. Keenan Allen also gad a strong game in the Los Angeles Chargers' 39-29 win at Jacksonville with 10 receptions and 125 yards receiving.

While Jordan extended his current streaks to 150 games played and 135 starts in New Orleans' 27-24 home win over Carolina, Mitchell Schwartz missed Kansas City's victory at Denver due to injury and saw his string of consecutive regular-season games played and started end at 134. Schwartz had started every regular-season game possible in his first eight-plus NFL seasons with Cleveland (2012-15) and Kansas City (2016- Present).

Tyson Alualu remained the NFL's top rated interior defensive lineman and third-rated defensive player overall through the first seven weeks of the 2020 season according to Pro Football Focus with a 91.4 defensive grade.

Seven former Cal players – Alualu, Goff, DeSean Jackson (Philadelphia), Patrick Mekari (Baltimore), Rodgers (Green Bay), Richard Rodgers (Philadelphia) and Schwartz – are on teams that currently hold playoff positions. Alualu and his 6-0 Steelers are the only remaining unbeaten team in the NFL.

A total of 29 former Cal football student-athletes who finished their collegiate careers with the Bears are currently affiliated with NFL teams including 19 on active 53-player NFL rosters, five on practice squads and five that are coaching in the league. Additional notes and a complete list of all 29 former Cal football student-athletes is below with their names linked to their Pro Football Reference, NFL.com or team profiles.

Visit Cal's social media channels for frequent updates throughout the 2020 NFL campaign on former Bears affiliated with NFL teams and CalBears.com for a weekly #ProBears wrap-up.
 
Active Rosters (19) – Name, Position, Team (Record, Conference Place, Division Place), Experience
Keenan Allen, WR, Los Angeles Chargers (2-4, #10 AFC, T-3rd AFC West), 8th Season
Week 7 (Los Angeles Chargers 39, at Jacksonville 29) – 12 receptions, 125 yards receiving
Week 8 (Sun., Nov. 1, 1:05 pm PT, CBS) – at Denver (2-4)
2020 Stats – 6 games, 44 receptions, 481 yards, 2 TD
2020 NFL Rankings – Targets (7th, 63), Receptions (T-8th)
– Had season and game highs of 13 receptions and 132 yards receiving as well as his first touchdown catch of the season in a 21-16 Week 3 loss to Carolina with the 13 receptions the fourth-most of his career
– No. 3 on the Chargers' list of all-time receptions with 568 and within 18 of No. 2 Charlie Joiner (586)
– 3x Pro Bowl (2017, 2018, 2019), First-Team All-Pro (2019 Pro Football Weekly), Second-Team All-Pro (2017 and 2018 Pro Football Focus)
– Comeback Player of the Year (2017 AP and PFWA), All-Rookie Team (2013 PFWA)
 
Tyson Alualu, NT, Pittsburgh (6-0, #1st AFC, 1st AFC North), 11th Season
Week 7 (Pittsburgh 27, at Tennessee 24) – 2 tackles
Week 8 (Sun., Nov. 1, 10 am PT, CBS) – at Baltimore (5-1)
2020 Stats – 6 games, 16 tackles, 1.0 sack (-10 yards), 3 tackles for loss, 3 quarterback hits, 3 pass defenses
– Has played a big role in helping Pittsburgh lead the NFL in total yards (286.3 ypg) and second in rushing yards (68.8 ypg) allowed per game
– Has third-best overall and top ranking among interior defensive linemen with a 91.4 defensive grade through the first seven weeks of the 2020 campaign according to Pro Football Focus
– Had a season-high five tackles, his lone 1.0 sack (-10 yards) of the campaign, one tackle for loss, two quarterback hits and pass defense off the bench in a 26-21 Week 2 home win over Denver
– Made his 100th career start in a 26-16 Week 1 win at the New York Giants and contributed four tackles, two tackles for loss and one quarterback hit
– Selected to NFL All-Rookie Team (2010) after being taken with No. 10 overall pick of the first round of 2010 NFL Draft by Jacksonville
 
Stephen Anderson, TE, Los Angeles Chargers (2-4, #10 AFC, T-3rd AFC West), 4th Season
Week 7 (Los Angeles Chargers 39, at Jacksonville 29) – 1 tackle, season-high 37 snaps (8 offense, season-high 29 special teams) … played on a career-high 97% of special teams snaps
Week 8 (Sun., Nov. 1, 1:05 pm PT, CBS) – at Denver (2-4)
2020 Stats – 6 games, 3 tackles, 133 snaps (31 offensive, 102 special teams)
– Contributed a season-high two special teams tackles on the season in a 23-20 Week 2 overtime loss to Kansas City
– Had a season-high 11 snaps on offense in a 16-13 Week 1 win at Cincinnati
– A member of New England's practice squad in 2018 before he was promoted to the 53-man roster for the NFL Playoffs and earned a Super Bowl ring when the Patriots won Super Bowl LIII
 
Bryan Anger, P, Houston (1-6, #14 AFC, T-3rd AFC South), 10th Season
Week 7 (Green Bay 35, at Houston 20) – 4 punts, 205 yards, 51.3 avg, season-high 44.8 net avg, 2 inside 20, 2 fair catches, season-best 67 long that tied for second-longest punt in NFL this season
Week 8 – Bye
2020 Stats – 7 games, 25 punts, 1202 yards, career-high 48.1 avg, 43.1 net avg, 9 inside 20, 10 fair catches, 67 long
2020 NFL Rankings – Long (T-2nd), Fair catches (T-5th), Punt Avg (7th), Punts (T-7th), Net Avg (T-8th), Net Yards Over Avg (2.015, T-9th)
– Had a season-high 52.3 yard punting average (4 punts, 209 yards) in a 42-36 Week 6 overtime loss at Tennessee

– Had a season-highs six punts in a 28-21 Week 3 loss at Pittsburgh
– Led NFL with a season-long career-high 47.5 yards per punt average in 2014

Ashtyn Davis, S, New York Jets (0-7, #16 AFC, 4th AFC East), 1st Season
Week 7 (Buffalo 18, at New York Jets 10) – Career-high 3 tackles … career-high 24 defensive snaps
Week 8 (Sun., Nov. 1, 10 am PT, CBS) – at Kansas City (6-1)
2020 Stats – 5 games, 6 tackles, 2 kick returns, 43 kick return yards, 21.5 kick return avg, 27 long
– Had two tackles in a 30-10 Week 5 loss to Arizona as well as his would-be first NFL interception that was nullified by a penalty
– Made his NFL debut by returning one kickoff for 16 yards and adding one special teams tackle in a 27-17 Week 1 loss at Buffalo
– Made his first career NFL start in a 31-13 Week 2 loss to San Francisco, contributing one kickoff return for 27 yards on the game's opening kickoff
– One of two Cal rookies on active 53-player NFL rosters and the Golden Bears' highest pick in 2020 NFL Draft by the New York Jets in the third round with the No. 68 selection overall)
 
Devante Downs, LB, New York Giants (1-6, #15 NFC, 4th NFC East), 3rd Season
Week 7 (at Philadelphia 22, New York Giants 21) – Career-high 5 tackles, first career quarterback hit
Week 8 (Mon., Nov. 2, 5:15 pm PT, ESPN) – vs. Tampa Bay (4-2)
2020 Stats – 7 games, 14 tackles, 1 quarterback hit, 1 fumble recovery
– Recorded four tackles in back-to-back games in a 36-9 Week 3 home loss to San Francisco in which he had career highs of 55 defensive snaps and 60 overall snaps and a 17-9 Week 4 home loss at the Los Angeles Rams
– Had a career-high 26 special teams snaps in a 37-34 Week 5 loss at Dallas
– Made first career start and recorded first career fumble recovery in a 26-16 Week 1 home loss to Pittsburgh on the first of two Monday Night Football games
 
Jared Goff, QB, Los Angeles Rams (5-2, #7 NFC, T-2nd NFC West), 5th Season
Week 6 (at Los Angeles Rams 24, Chicago 10) – 23-of-33, 219 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT, 108.0 QBR; 4 rushes, 1 yard
Week 8 (Sun., Nov. 1, 10 am PT, FOX) – at Miami (3-3)
2020 Stats – 7 games, 151-of-223 (67.7%), 1789 yards, 12 TD, 4 INT, 102.4 QBR; 24 rushes, 40 yards, 2 TD
2020 NFL Rankings – Yards After Catch (4th, 6.33), Average Yards Per Gain (6th, 8.26)
– Has career bests in completion percentage and quarterback rating through his first six games of 2020
– Completed 21-of-30 passes for 309 yards with two touchdowns and one interception including a season-long 56-yard scoring strike to Robert Woods in a 30-10 Week 5 win at Washington
– Had season bests of 25 completions and a 78.1 completion percentage, as well as a 55-yard touchdown connection with Cooper Kupp in a 17-9 Week 4 home win over the New York Giants
– Rallied Los Angeles from a 28-3 deficit late in the third quarter to briefly lead 32-28 by scoring 29 unanswered points in an eventual 35-32 loss at Buffalo in Week 3, completing 23-of-32 passes for a season-high 321 yards with two touchdowns and one interception for a 111.6 quarterback rating while adding two rushes for four yards and his first touchdown of the season on the ground as well as one successful two-point pass conversion
– Completed 20-of-27 passes for 267 yards with a season-high three touchdown passes and no interceptions for a season-best 142.1 quarterback rating in a 37-19 Week 2 road win at Philadelphia
– Attempted a season-high 38 passes in a 24-16 Week 6 loss at San Francisco
– 2x Pro Bowl (2017, 2018)
– Helped Rams to NFC title and Super Bowl LIII during the 2018 season
 
Jaylinn Hawkins, S, Atlanta (1-6, #16 NFC, 4th NFC South), 1st Season
Week 7 (Detroit 23, at Atlanta 22) – Not active for the third consecutive game
Week 8 (Thu., Oct. 29, 5:20 pm PT, FOX/NFL Network) – at Carolina (3-4)
2020 Stats – 4 games, 9 tackles
– Registered a career-high five tackles the last time he played in a 30-16 Week 4 loss at Green Bay
– Made his first NFL start in a 30-26 Week 3 home loss to Chicago and finished with three tackles
– Made his NFL debut with one special teams tackle in a 38-25 Week 1 home loss to Seattle
– One of two Cal rookies on active 53-player NFL rosters after being selected in the fourth round of the 2020 NFL Draft by Atlanta with the 134th overall pick
 
DeSean Jackson, WR, Philadelphia (2-4-1, #4 NFC, 1st NFC East), 13th Season
Week 7 (at Philadelphia 22, New York Giants 21) – 3 receptions, 34 yards; 1 rush, 12 yards; 1 punt return, 2 yards; 48 all-purpose yards … returned after missing previous three games due to injury but suffered a non-displaced ankle fracture in the fourth quarter that is expected to keep him out of game action for the next 6-8 weeks
Week 8 (Sun., Nov. 1, 5:20 pm PT, NBC) – vs. Dallas (2-5)
2020 Stats – 4 games, 13 receptions, 155 yards; 1 rush, 12 yards; 1 punt return, 2 yards; 169 all-purpose yards
– Missed Weeks 4-6 due of the 2020 campaign to injury
– Has played in only seven games over the past two-plus seasons due to injury as injuries also limited him to a career-low three games (9-159, 2 TD) in 2019
– Had two receptions for 11 yards and also a fair catch on a punt return in a 23-23 Week 3 home tie with Cincinnati that marked the third time in four career contests that teams he has played for have finished in ties with the Bengals (all three of the ties in his career),
– Contributed season highs with a game-high six receptions and team-high 64 yards receiving including a 25-yarder that was his team's longest play from scrimmage in a 37-19 Week 2 home loss to the Los Angeles Rams that marked the first time the Long Beach native had played against a Los Angeles team in his career
– 3x Pro Bowl (2009, 2010, 2013), All-Rookie Team (2008), First-Team All-Pro (2009 Pro Football Writers and Sporting News WR), Second-Team All-Pro (2009 Associated Press KR)
– Leads all active NFL players with a career 17.3 yards per reception average and has paced the NFL four times (2010, 2014, 2016, 2018)
 
Marvin Jones Jr., WR, Detroit (3-3, #10 NFC, 3rd NFC North), 9th Season
Week 7 (Detroit 23, at Atlanta 22) – 5 receptions, 80 yards (both season highs)
Week 8 (Sun., Nov. 1, 10 am PT, CBS) – vs. Indianapolis (4-2)
2020 Stats – 6 games, 19 receptions, 226 yards, 1 TD
– Had three receptions for 51 yards including two catches for 40 yards on a pair of 20-yard receptions to key Detroit's final drive that led to the Lions' game-winning field goal on the last play of the contest in a 26-23 Week 3 win at Arizona
– Recorded lone touchdown of the season on a four-yard scoring reception in a 42-21 Week 2 loss at Green Bay
 
Cameron Jordan, DE, New Orleans (4-2, #8 NFC, 2nd NFC South), 10th Season
Week 7 (at New Orleans 27, Carolina 24) – 2 tackles
Week 8 (Sun., Nov. 1, 1:25 pm PT, FOX) – at Chicago (5-2)
2020 Stats – 6 games, 29 tackles, 1.5 sacks (-8 yards), 4 tackles for loss, 3 quarterback hits
– Recorded a team-high-tying and season-high 10 tackles, 0.5 sack (-4 yards), two tackles for loss and one quarterback hit in a 30-27 Week 5 overtime win over the Los Angeles Chargers on Monday Night Football with his 10 tackles the second-highest total of his career
– Picked up his first sack of the season (-4 yards) amongst four tackles, one tackle for loss and one quarterback hit in a 35-29 Week 4 win at Detroit
– Contributed five tackles in a 34-24 Week 2 loss at Las Vegas in the first game played at Allegiant Stadium on Monday Night Football
– Ranks second among active players with his current string of 135 consecutive regular-season starts as well as second among non-specialists with 150 straight games played (all games possible in his NFL career), while he is 10th among active players in sacks (88.5) and tied for 10th in tackles for loss (117)
– 5x Pro Bowl (2013, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019), First-Team All-Pro (2017), Second-Team All-Pro (2018, 2019), All-2010s Team (NFL/Pro Football Hall of Fame)
 
L.P. Ladouceur, LS, Dallas (2-5, #13 NFC, T-2nd NFC East), 16th Season
Week 7 (at Washington 25, Dallas 3) – 6 snaps (6 special teams)
Week 8 (Sun., Nov. 1, 5:20 pm PT, NBC) – at Philadelphia (2-4-1)
2020 Stats – 7 games, 51 snaps (51 special teams)… no stats other than participation
– Has snapped on two Greg Zuerlein walk-off game-winning field goals on the final play from 46 yards in a 40-39 Week 2 home win over Atlanta and 34 yards in a 37-34 Week 5 home victory over the New York Giants
– Has the NFL's longest current consecutive regular-season games played steak that is also tied for seventh all-time in the league at 244, having played in every regular-season game possible dating back to the final 13 contests of his 2005 rookie campaign all with Dallas
– His 244 career games played rank tied eighth among active players seventh among active players that have seen action in 2020
– Pro Bowl (2014)
 
Patrick Laird, RB, Miami (3-3, #8 AFC, 2nd AFC East), 2nd Season
Week 7 – Bye
Week 8 (Sun., Nov. 1, 10 am PT, FOX) – vs. Los Angeles Rams (5-2)
2020 Stats – 6 games, 3 receptions, 11 yards; 112 snaps (24 offensive, 88 special teams)
Caught the first career completion of Tua Tagovailoa for two yards in a 24-0 Week 6 home win over the New York Jets and is giving away the gloves he was wearing and Tagovailoa signed as well as two tickets to the Dolphins' Week 8 home game against the Los Angeles Rams, which is also expected to be Tagovailoa's first NFL start, via a random drawing on his Instagram page
– Had season highs of two receptions and nine yards receiving in a 21-11 Week 1 loss at New England
– Had season highs of 25 overall snaps and 10 offensive snaps in a 43-17 Week 5 win at San Francisco, while his 19 special teams snaps in a 31-28 Week 2 loss to Buffalo were a season-high
– First earned a spot on Miami roster in 2019 after signing as an undrafted free agent following the 2019 NFL Draft
 
Alex Mack, C, Atlanta (1-6, #16 NFC, 4th NFC South), 12th Season
Week 7 (Detroit 23, at Atlanta 22) – Played in 80 of 80 offensive snaps … no stats other than participation
Week 8 (Thu., Oct. 29, 5:20 pm PT, FOX/NFL Network) – at Carolina (3-4)
2020 Stats – 7 games, 517 snaps (517 offensive snaps, 100%)
– Has a current run of 87 consecutive starts to rank second among all active centers
– 6x Pro Bowl (2010, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018), First-Team All-Pro (2013 and 2017 Sporting News), Second-Team All-Pro (2013, AP and PFF; 2016 AP and PFF; 2017 Sporting News), All-2010s Team (NFL/Pro Football Hall of Fame)
– Helped Atlanta to Super Bowl LI after the 2016 campaign in his first season with the Falcons
 
Patrick Mekari, G, Baltimore (5-1, #5 AFC, 2nd AFC North), 2nd Season
Week 7 – Bye
Week 8 (Sun., Nov. 1, 10 am PT, CBS) – vs. Pittsburgh (6-0)
2020 Stats – 6 games, 121 snaps (87 offensive, 34 special teams) … no stats other than participation
– Made his first start of the season and first career start at right guard while playing in a season-high 51 snaps (season-high 45 offensive, six special teams) in a 27-3 Week 5 win over Cincinnati
– Has six career starts with five at center and one at right guard
– Played in 11 regular-season games and one playoff contest including starts in each of the final five regular-season games and the playoff contest all at center in his 2019 NFL rookie season with Baltimore
– First earned a spot on Baltimore roster in 2019 after signing as an undrafted free agent following the 2019 NFL Draft
 
Aaron Rodgers, QB, Green Bay (5-1, #1 NFC, 1st NFC North), 16th Season
Week 7 (Green Bay 35, at Houston 20) – 23-of-34, 283 yards, season-high-tying 4 TD, 0 INT, 132.4 QBR
Week 8 (Sun., Nov. 1, 10 am PT, FOX) – vs. Minnesota (1-5)
2020 Stats – 6 games, 137-of-208 (65.9%), 1657 yards, 17 TD, 2 INT, 113.4 QBR; 8 rushes, 45 yards
2020 NFL Rankings – Quarterback Rating (2nd), Touchdown Percentage (2nd, 8.2), Fewest Interception Among Starters (T-2nd), Lowest Interception Percentage Among Starters (3rd, 1.0%), Touchdown Passes (3rd), Long (72, T6th), Yards After Catch (7th, 6.04)
– Has led Green Bay to at least 35 points in each of its five wins and thrown for 17 touchdowns without an interception in those contests
– Led Green Bay to more points (152) through its four games this season than any of his other campaigns while his 13 touchdown passes were also the most he threw in his first four contests
– Had a season-high 38 pass attempts in a 38-10 Week 6 loss at Tampa Bay
– Completed 27-of-33 passes for 327 yards with a season-high-tying four touchdowns and no interceptions for a season-high 147.5 quarterback rating in a 30-16 Week 4 home win over Atlanta on Monday Night Football
– Completed 21-of-32 passes for 283 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions for a 124.9 quarterback rating in a 37-30 Week 3 win at New Orleans on Sunday Night Football
– Completed 32-of-44 passes for 364 yards with a season-high-tying four touchdowns and no interceptions for a 127.5 quarterback rating in a 43-34 Week 1 win at Minnesota with his completions, yards passing and touchdowns all the most he has recorded in a season opener, and his attempts tied for the most, while he also equaled the most touchdowns thrown in Week 1 of the 2020 NFL season and threw for the second-most passing yards
– 2x MVP (2011, 2014), Athlete of the Year (2011 AP); Super Bowl XLV Champion/MVP (2011); 8x Pro Bowl (2009, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018, 2019), First-Team All-Pro (2011, 2014), Second-Team All-Pro (2012), All-2010s Team (NFL/Pro Football Hall of Fame)
– Has highest career quarterback rating in NFL history (102.8), while he is fourth among active NFL players and seventh overall in career passing touchdowns (381), sixth among active players in career passes completed (4050), pass attempts (6269) and passing yards (48603)
– Has moved to within 1397 passing yards of becoming the 11th player in NFL history to pass for 50000 career yards
 
Richard Rodgers, TE, Philadelphia (2-4-1, #4 NFC, 1st NFC East), 7th Season
Week 7 (at Philadelphia 22, New York Giants 21) – 6 receptions, 85 yards (both season highs) … yards receiving were the second-highest total in his career, while his receptions were tied for third … season-highs of 69 offensive snaps (second-highest total of career) and 72 total snaps (third-highest total of career)
Week 8 (Sun., Nov. 1, 5:20 pm PT, NBC) – vs. Dallas (2-5)
2020 Stats – 7 games, 15 receptions, 184 yards … highest reception and yards receiving totals since 2016
– Had three receptions and 31 yards receiving in a 30-28 Week 6 loss against Baltimore
– Made first start of season in a 25-20 Week 4 win at San Francisco and contributed three receptions 35 yards receiving while also recovering a 49ers' on-side kick with 2:01 remaining to help secure the victory
– Had two receptions for 15 yards in a 23-23 Week 3 tie with Cincinnati
 
Mitchell Schwartz, T, Kansas City (6-1, #1 AFC, 1st AFC West), 10th Season
Week 7 (Kansas City 43, at Denver 16) – Did not play due to injury, missing and not starting a game for the first time in his eight-plus NFL seasons … snapped a string of 134 consecutive games that had ranked tied for the second-longest current streak through Week 6
Week 8 (Sun., Nov. 1, 10 am PT, CBS) – vs. New York Jets (0-7)
2020 Stats – 6 games, 380 snaps (357 offensive, 23 special teams)
– Limited to eight snaps before leaving due to injury in a 26-17 Week 6 win at Buffalo 
– Super Bowl LIV Champion (2019), First-Team All-Pro (2018), 3x Second-Team All-Pro (2016, 2017, 2019), All-Rookie Team (2012 PFWA)
– Played in and started 185 consecutive combined college and regular-season NFL games that had included all 134 games possible during his first eight-plus seasons in the NFL after playing and starting all 51 games possible during his final four seasons at Cal (2008-11) after redshirting in 2007
 
Nick Sundberg, LS, Washington (2-5, #12 NFC, T-2nd NFC East), 11th Season
Week 7 (at Washington 25, Dallas 3) – 6 snaps (6 special teams) … no stats other than participation
Week 8 – Bye
2020 Stats – 7 games, 60 snaps (60 special teams)… no stats other than participation
– Played a season-high 14 snaps all on special teams in a 27-17 Week 1 win over Philadelphia
– Washington's nominee for the prestigious Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year honor in both 2017 and 2019
– Founder of Loads of Love, a program that aims to boost school attendance by installing washers and dryers in schools and non-profit organizations at no cost to them or their families to directly impact children experiencing homelessness or an unstable living situation
 
Practice Squads (5) – Name, Position, Team (Record, Conference Place, Division Place), Experience
Chad Hansen, WR, Houston (1-6, #14 AFC, T-3rd AFC South), 2nd Season
Week 7 (Green Bay 35, at Houston 20) – Did not play, practice squad
Week 8 – Bye
– Has played in 15 career games with one start, picking up nine receptions and 94 yards receiving all in his first season in the NFL with the New York Jets in 2017 after being drafted in the fourth round of the 2017 NFL Draft by the club
– Also spent nine days (Sept. 2-10) on New England's 53-player roster in 2018 before joining practice squad or offseason rosters in Tennessee (2018), Denver (2018-19), New Orleans (2019) and Houston (2019-20)
 
Mychal Kendricks, LB, Seattle (5-1, #2 NFC, 1st NFC West), 9th Season
Week 7 (at Arizona 37, Seattle 34, OT) Did not play, practice squad
Week 8 (Sun., Nov. 1, 1:25 pm PT, FOX) – vs. San Francisco (4-3)
– Played in 103 games with 91 starts from 2012-19 with Philadelphia (2012-17) and Seattle (2018-19), combining for 548 tackles, 52 tackles for loss, 19.0 sacks, seven forced fumbles, five fumble recoveries, four interceptions and 38 quarterback hits
– Signed to the Seattle practice squad on Oct. 21, 2020
 
Jordan Kunaszyk, LB, Washington (2-5, #12 NFC, T-2nd NFC East), 2nd Season
Week 7 (at Washington 25, Dallas 3) – Did not play, practice squad
Week 8 – Bye
– Contributed seven tackles in nine games played all off the bench as an NFL rookie with Carolina in 2019 after being signed by the club as an undrafted free agent
– Signed to the Washington practice squad on Sept. 26, 2020
– Released by Carolina on Sept. 5, 2020
 
Evan Weaver, LB, Arizona (6-2, #6 NFC, T-2nd NFC West), 1st Season
Week 7 (at Arizona 37, Seattle 34, OT) – Did not play, practice squad
Week 8 – Bye
– One of three Cal players selected in the 2020 NFL Draft (Arizona Cardinals, 6th round, 202nd overall)
– Released by Arizona on Sept. 5, 2020, before being signed to the Cardinals' practice squad the following day
 
Davis Webb, QB, Buffalo (5-2, #4 AFC, 1st AFC East), 1st Season
Week 7 (Buffalo 18, at New York Jets 10) – Did not play, practice squad
Week 8 (Sun., Nov. 1, 10 am PT, CBS) – vs. New England (2-4)
– Currently with his third NFL organization (New York Giants, New York Jets, Buffalo Bills) after being drafted in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft by the Giants but has yet to play in a regular-season contest
 
Coaching Staffs (5) – Name, Position, Team (Record, Division, Conference Place, Division Place), Experience
Andre Carter, Defensive Line, New York Jets (0-7, #16 AFC, 4th AFC East), 4th Season
Week 7 (Buffalo 18, at New York Jets 10)
Week 8 (Sun., Nov. 1, 10 am PT, CBS) – at Kansas City (6-1)
– Coaching in his fourth NFL season and his second as the defensive line coach with the New York Jets after spending two campaigns as an assistant defensive line coach with Miami (2017-18)
– 517 tackles, 115.0 tackles for loss, 80.5 sacks in 13-season NFL playing career with San Francisco (2001-05), Washington (2006-10), New England (2011, 2013) and Oakland (2012)
– Pro Bowl (2011)
 
Austin Clark, Outside Linebackers, Miami (3-3, #8 AFC, 2nd AFC East), 1st Season
Week 7 (at Miami 24, New York Jets 0)
Week 8 (Sun., Nov. 1, 10 am PT, FOX) – vs. Los Angeles Rams (5-2)
– In his first NFL season as the outside linebackers' coach at Miami
 
Ron Rivera, Head Coach, Washington (2-5, #12 NFC, T-2nd NFC East), 11th Season As Head Coach/24th Season As Coach
Week 7 (at Washington 25, Dallas 3)
Week 8 – Bye
– Won his first game as Washington's head coach in a 27-17 Week 1 victory over Philadelphia
– In his 24th season as an NFL coach and 11th as an NFL head coach having coached 23 previous campaigns as a head coach with Carolina (2011-19); defensive coordinator (2008-10) and linebackers' coach (2007) with San Diego; defensive coordinator (2004-06) and defensive quality control coach (1997-98) with Chicago; and linebackers' coach with Philadelphia (1999-2003)
– 2x AP Coach of the Year (2013, 2015)
– Played nine seasons with Chicago (1984-92) before tackles and several other defensive statistics were recognized as official stats but officially contributed nine interceptions and six fumble recoveries, one of which he returned for a touchdown
– Super Bowl XX Champion (1985)
– First American of Puerto Rican descent to win a Super Bowl

Vincent Rivera, Defensive Quality Control, Washington (2-5, #12 NFC, T-2nd NFC East)
Week 7 (at Washington 25, Dallas 3)
Week 8 – Bye
– In his first season at Washington and third campaign as an NFL coach after previously serving in a defensive quality control role with Carolina (2018-19)
 
Richard Rodgers Sr., Assistant Defensive Backs, Washington (2-5, #12 NFC, T-2nd NFC East)
Week 7 (at Washington 25, Dallas 3)
Week 8 – Bye
– In his first season at Washington and ninth campaign as an NFL coach after previously spending eight seasons with Carolina as a safeties coach (2019), secondary coach (2018), assistant defensive backs/safeties coach (2015-17), special teams coordinator (2012-14) and special teams assistant (2012)
 
Cal's Current NFL Affiliates General Notes
– Three selected to the NFL/Pro Football Hall of Fame Team of the 2010's (Aaron Rodgers, Cameron Jordan, Alex Mack)
– Two earned MVP/Player of the Year level awards in Aaron Rodgers (2011 Super Bowl XLV MVP; 2011 and 2014 NFL MVP) and Keenan Allen (2017 Comeback Player of the Year)
– Five selected in the first round of the NFL Draft (Tyson Alualu, Jared Goff, Cameron Jordan, Alex Mack, Aaron Rodgers)
– Three on Super Bowl winning teams (Stephen Anderson, Aaron Rodgers, Mitchell Schwartz) with three more who have played in the game (Jared Goff, Alex Mack, Ron Rivera) and two who have coached in the contest (Ron Rivera, Richard Rodgers Sr.)
– Three that began their NFL careers as undrafted free agents (Stephen Anderson, Patrick Laird, Patrick Mekari)
– Nine that are currently in their 10th NFL season or more (Tyson Alualu, Bryan Anger, DeSean Jackson, Cameron Jordan, L.P. Ladouceur, Alex Mack, Aaron Rodgers, Mitchell Schwartz, Nick Sundberg)
– Combined for selections to five All-Rookie teams, eight first-team and 12 second-team All-Pro squads, and 29 Pro Bowl teams