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Pro Bears NFL Week 3

Sep 27, 2021
DeSean Jackson scored his first touchdown as a member of the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday.

BERKELEY – DeSean Jackson and Aaron Rodgers posted standout performances to lead the Los Angeles Rams and Green Packers to NFL Week 3 wins. Jackson had three receptions for 120 yards including a 75-yarder that was his first touchdown with the Rams in a 34-24 home win over Tampa Bay, while Rodgers' completed both of his passes for 42 yards on the final drive of the game to set up a game-winning 51-yard field goal by Mason Crosby to win at San Francisco.

Following is how each of Cal's 13 former players on active NFL rosters and four on coaching staffs fared in Week 3, as well as a list of five additional former Cal players on practices squads and two on injured/reserve lists with each name linking to their Pro Football Reference bios for players and team bio for coaches. 
Active NFL Rosters (13)
Keenan Allen, WR, Los Angeles Chargers (2-1 – W, 30-24 at Kansas City – 8 rec, 50 yds, 1 TD ... first TD catch of season for game's first points early in second quarter ... started)
Stephen Anderson, TE, Los Angeles Chargers (2-1 – W, 30-24 at Kansas City – no stats other than participation … took 14 snaps of his 23 snaps at TE … started)
Bryan Anger, P, Dallas (2-1 – W, 41-21, vs. Philadelphia – 4 punts, 202 yds, 50.5 avg, 51.0 net; 2 inside 20, 57 long)
Camryn Bynum, S, Minnesota (1-2 – W, 30-17, vs. Seattle – 2 tackles ... first career snaps at safety with five of his 20 overall snaps at the position)
Jake Curhan, OT, Seattle (1-2 – L, 17-30, at Minnesota – first career snaps at tackle with 26 of his 30 overall snaps at the position)
Jared Goff, QB, Detroit (0-3 – L, 17-19, vs. Baltimore – 22-of-30, 217 yds, 0 TD, 0 INT, 93.3 rating; 1 rush, 4 yds ... Detroit defeated when Baltimore's Justin Tucker made an NFL record 68-yard field goal on final play of game after Goff had driven the Lions to a go-ahead 35-yard field goal by Ryan Santoso with 1:04 to go by completing all three of his passes on the drive for 65 yards … started)
Jaylinn Hawkins, S, Atlanta (1-2 – W, 17-14, at New York Giants – 2 tackles … played 23 of his 43 overall snaps at safety)
DeSean Jackson, WR, Los Angeles Rams (3-0 – W, 34-24, vs. Tampa Bay – 3 rec, 120 yds, 1 TD … had 75-yard touchdown catch that was his first TD catch with Los Angeles Rams and equaled him with Lance Alworth for the most TD receptions of 75 or more yards with nine and was also the 33rd time he has had a touchdown reception of 50 or more yards to rank second in NFL history behind only 36 from Jerry Rice)

Marvin Jones Jr., WR, Jacksonville (0-3 – L, 19-31, vs. Arizona - 6 rec, 62 yds ... has at least one catch in each of his last 100 games joining elite company to accomplish the feat that among current active players includes only Antonio Brown, DeAndre Hopkins, Julio Jones, Travis Kelce and Jarvis Landry … started)
Cameron Jordan, DE, New Orleans Saints (2-1 – W, 28-13, at New England – 3 tackles, 1 TFL, 3 QBH … started his 148th consecutive game that is the longest current streak by active players and played in his 163rd straight contest that is second in the NFL to only Green Bay placekicker Mason Crosby's 227
Alex Mack, C, San Francisco (2-1 – W, L, 28-30, vs. Green Bay – 1 FR … played all 70 offensive snaps at center … started)
Patrick Mekari, G, Baltimore Ravens (2-1 – W, 19-17, at Detroit … played all 58 offensive snaps at right tackle … started)
Aaron Rodgers, QB, Green Bay (2-1 – W, 30-28, at San Francisco – 23-of-33, 261 yds, 2 TD, 0 INT, 113.3 rating; 1 rec, -4 yds … began final drive with 0:37 seconds in game and trailing 28-27 but completed both of his passes for 42 yards to set up game-winning 51-yard field goal by Mason Crosby on game's final play … started)

Injured Reserve (2)
Tyson Alualu, DL, Pittsburgh (1-2 – L, 10-24, vs. Cincinnati – did not play ... suffered an ankle fracture in Week 2 that caused him to be placed on the Reserve/Injured List)
Ashtyn Davis, S, New York Jets (0-3 – L, 0-26, at Denver – did not play ... has been on Reserve/Injured List for entire season)
Practice Squad (5)
Ian Bunting, TE, Dallas (2-1 – W, 41-21, vs. Philadelphia)
Jordan Kunaszyk, OLB, Washington (1-2 – L, 21-43, at Buffalo)
Patrick Laird, RB, Miami (1-2 – L, 28-31, at Las Vegas)
Jordan Veasy, WR, Houston (1-2 – L, 9-24, vs. Carolina)
Davis Webb, QB, Buffalo (2-1 – W, 43-21, vs. Washington)
Coaches (4)
Austin Clark, Defensive Line Coach, MIami (1-2 – L, 28-31, at Las Vegas)
Ron Rivera, Head Coach, Washington (1-2 – L, 21-43, at Buffalo)
Vincent Rivera, Defensive Quality Control Assistant, Washington (1-2 – L, 21-43, at Buffalo)
Richard Rodgers, Assistant Defensive Backs Coach, Washington (1-2 – L, 21-43, at Buffalo)