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Beavers In The NFL 2022: Week 1

Sep 13, 2022

How Oregon State players in the NFL performed in week one.
Josh Andrews, OL, New Orleans Saints – Andrews is on the practice squad.
Victor Bolden Jr., WR, Arizona Cardinals – Bolden Jr. is on the practice squad.
Blake Brandel, OL, Minnesota Vikings – Brandel played in one snap in Minnesota's 23-7 win over Green Bay.
Brandin Cooks, WR, Houtson Texans – Cooks caught seven passes for 82 yards – including a game-long 42-yarder – as Houston tied Indianapolis, 20-20.
Isaiah Dunn, DB, Seattle Seahawks – Dunn did not play in Seattle's 17-16 win over Denver.
Sean Harlow, OL, Arizona Cardinals – Harlow started at left guard in Arizona's 44-21 loss to Kansas City.
Johnny Hekker, P, Carolina Panthers – Hekker punted five times, averaging 44.2 net yards per, including a 61-yarder, in Carolina's 26-24 loss to Cleveland.
Isaiah Hodgins, WR, Buffalo Bills – Hodgins is on the practice squad.
Jermar Jefferson, RB, Detroit Lions – Jefferson is on the practice squad.
Jake Luton, QB, New Orleans Saints – Luton is on the practice squad.
Sean Mannion, QB, Seattle Seahawks – Mannion is on the practice squad.
Steven Nelson, DB, Houston Texans – Nelson started at cornerback and made five tackles with two pass deflections in Houston's 20-20 tie with Indianapolis.
Kyle Peko, DL, Las Vegas Raiders – Peko is on the practice squad.
Jordan Poyer, DB, Buffalo Bills – Poyer started at safety and made two tackles with an interception and one pass deflection in Buffalo's 31-10 win over the Los Angeles Rams.
Teagan Quitoriano, TE, Houston Texans – Quitoriano did not play in Houston's 20-20 tie with Indianapolis.
Hamilcar Rashed Jr., LB, New Orleans Saints – Rashed Jr. is on the practice squad.
Noah Togiai, TE, Philadelphia Eagles – Togiai is on the practice squad.
Isaac Seumalo, OL, Philadelphia Eagles – Seumalo started at right guard and played in 83 total snaps in Philadelphia's 38-35 win over Detroit.
Nahshon Wright, DB, Dallas Cowboys – Wright did not play in Dallas' 19-3 loss to Tampa Bay.
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