Beavers In The NFL 2022: Week 4
How Oregon State players in the NFL performed in week three.
Josh Andrews, OL, New Orleans Saints – Andrews is on the practice squad.
B.J. Baylor, RB, Atlanta Falcons – Baylor is on the practice squad.
Victor Bolden Jr., WR, Arizona Cardinals – Bolden Jr. is on the practice squad.
Blake Brandel, OL, Minnesota Vikings – Brandel did not play in Minnesota's 28-25 win over New Orleans.
Brandin Cooks, WR, Houston Texans – Cooks started and made seven catches for 57 yards and one touchdown in Houston's 34-24 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers.
Isaiah Dunn, DB, Seattle Seahawks – Dunn played on 18 snaps in Seattle's 48-45 win over Detroit.
Sean Harlow, OL, Arizona Cardinals – Harlow played in 22 snaps in Arizona's 26-16 win over Carolina.
Johnny Hekker, P, Carolina Panthers – Hekker punted four times, averaging 49.3 yards per, with one inside the 20 in Carolina's 26-16 loss to Arizona.
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 and made a team-high seven tackles in Houston's 34-24 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers.
Kyle Peko, DL, Las Vegas Raiders – Peko is on the practice squad.
Jordan Poyer, DB, Buffalo Bills – Poyer made six tackles with two interceptions and three pass deflections in Buffalo's 23-20 win over Baltimore.
Teagan Quitoriano, TE, Houston Texans – Quitoriano did not play in Houston's 34-24 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers.
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 67 total snaps in Philadelphia's 29-21 win over Jacksonville.
Nahshon Wright, DB, Dallas Cowboys – Wright did not play in Dallas' 25-10 win over Washington.
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