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Beavers In The NFL: Week Six

Oct 19, 2021

CORVALLIS, Ore. – How Beavers in the NFL fared in week six of the 2021 NFL season.
 
Josh Andrews, OL, Atlanta Falcons – Andrews is on the injured reserve.
 
Blake Brandel, OL, Minnesota Vikings – Brandel is on Minnesota's practice squad.
 
Brandin Cooks, WR, Houston Texans – Cooks started and made nine catches for 89 yards in Houston's 31-3 loss to Indianapolis.
 
Isaiah Dunn, DB, New York Jets – Dunn and the Jets had a bye week.
 
Johnny Hekker, P, Los Angeles Rams – Hekker punted five times, averaging 40 yards per, in Los Angeles' 38-11 win over the New York Giants.
 
Isaiah Hodgins, WR, Buffalo Bills – Hodgins is on Buffalo's practice squad.
 
Jermar Jefferson, RB, Detroit Lions – Jefferson made his NFL debut and played on nine special teams snaps in Detroit's 34-11 loss to Cincinnati.
 
Jake Luton, QB, Seattle Seahawks – Luton did not play in Seattle's 23-20 loss to Pittsburgh.
 
Sean Mannion, QB, Minnesota Vikings – Mannion did not play in Minnesota's 34-28 win over Carolina.
 
Ryan Nall, RB, Chicago Bears – Nall played on 15 snaps in Chicago's 24-14 loss to Green Bay.
 
Steven Nelson, DB, Philadelphia Eagles – Nelson started and made five tackles with a pass deflection in Philadelphia's 28-22 loss to Tampa Bay.
 
Kyle Peko, OL, Tennessee Titans – Peko is on injured reserve.
 
Artavis Pierce, RB, Chicago Bears – Pierce is on Chicago's practice squad.
 
Jordan Poyer, DB, Buffalo Bills – Poyer started and made four tackles with an interception in Buffalo's 34-31 loss to Tennessee.
 
Hamilcar Rashed Jr., LB, New York Jets – Rashed Jr. is on the Jets' practice squad.
 
Mike Remmers, OL, Kansas City Chiefs – Remmers started at right tackle in Kansas City's 31-13 win over Washington.
 
Isaac Seumalo, OL, Philadelphia Eagles – Seumalo is injured and out for the remainder of the 2021 season.
 
Noah Togiai, TE, Philadelphia Eagles – Togiai did not play in Philadelphia's 28-22 loss to Tampa Bay.
 
Nahshon Wright, DB, Dallas Cowboys – Wright recovered one fumble in Dallas' 35-29 win over New England.
 
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