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September 11, 2013

NFL Wolverines: How they fared, Week One

A look at how all NFL former Wolverines fared Sunday in Week One action.

NFL Wolverines
Player
Position
Team
Played at Michigan
Jason Avant
WR
Philadelphia Eagles
2002-05

Caught two passes for 13 yards but also lost a fumble in a 33-27 win at Washington.
David Baas
C
New York Giants
2001-04

Not activated for a game at Dallas, a 36-31 Giants loss, due to a sprained MCL in his knee Is the team's starting center when healthy.
Tom Brady
QB
New England Patriots
1996-99

Completed 29 of 52 passes for 288 yards with two touchdowns and an interception in a Week One, 23-21 win at Buffalo Lost one fumble.
Alan Branch
DT
Seattle Seahawks
2004-06

Recorded one solo tackle, one assist and two quarterback hurries in a backup role in Buffalo's 23-21 loss to New England.
Stevie Brown
S
New York Giants
2006-09

On injured reserve after tearing his ACL in camp.
Michael Cox
RB
New York Giants
2003-06

Played, but did not catch a pass in a 38-3 loss to Denver Caught seven passes for 74 yards and returned one punt 21 yards in 10 games (four starts) this season.
William Campbell
OL
New York Jets
2009-12

Not activated for the Jets' first game, an 18-17 win over Tampa Bay.
Jay Feely
PK
Arizona Cardinals
1995-98

Made one of his two field goal attempts (30 yards) and all three extra points in a 27-24 loss at St. Louis Put two of his five kickoffs in the end zone for touchbacks and missed wide right from 50 yards.
Larry Foote
LB
Pittsburgh Steelers
1998-2001

Recorded three solo tackles and five assists but ruptured a bicep muscle in a 16-9 loss to Tennessee that will sideline him for the year.
Jonathan Goodwin
C
San Francisco 49ers
1999-2001

Started at center in the 49ers' 34-28 win over Green Bay to open the season.
Brandon Graham
LB
Philadelphia Eagles
2006-09

Played, but did not register a tackle in a 33-27 win over Washington.
Leon Hall
CB
Cincinnati Bengals
2003-06

Registered six solo tackles (one for loss) and an assist and broke up two passes in a 24-21 loss at Chicago.
David Harris
LB
New York Jets
2003-06

Registered three solo tackles, four assists, a quarterback hurry and a forced fumble in an 18-17 win over Tampa Bay.
WR
Kansas City Chiefs
2008-11

Caught one pass, a three-yard touchdown, in a 28-2 win over Jacksonville.
Chad Henne
QB
Jacksonville Jaguars
2004-07

Completed three of six passes for 36 yards in a backup role in a 28-2 home loss to Kansas City.
Tim Jamison
DE
Houston Texans
2005-08

Broke up a pass in a 31-28 win at San Diego.
Jake Long
OT
St. Louis Rams
2004-07

His first year in St. Louis after playing five in Miami Started at left tackle in the Rams' 27-24 home win over Arizona.
Mario Manningham
WR
San Francisco 49ers
2005-07

Starts the season on the physically unable to perform list, still nursing a torn ACL from last season Caught 42 passes for 449 yards in 12 games (10 starts) last season.
Mike Martin
DT
Tennessee Titans
2008-11

Notched one solo tackle, a stop for loss, in a 16-9 win over Pittsburgh.
Zoltan Mesko
P
Pittsburgh Steelers
2006-09

Punted seven times, averaging 44.1 yards per kick (35.9 net) in a 16-9 loss to Tennessee Dropped one kick inside the 20.
Jonas Mouton
LB
San Diego Chargers
2007-10



Suffered an ACL injury in the preseason and is on injured reserve, out for the year.
Ryan Mundy
CB
New York Giants
2003-06

Started at free safety and notched four solo tackles, two assists and an interception (returned 91 yards) in a 36-31 loss at Dallas Also broke up a pass.
Denard Robinson
RB
Jacksonville Jaguars
2009-12

Carried twice for one yard in his NFL debut, a 28-2 Jacksonville loss to Kansas City.
LaMarr Woodley
OLB
Pittsburgh Steelers
2003-06

Notched two solo tackles, two assists, one sack (eight yards), one tackle for loss and a quarterback hurry in a 16-9 loss to Tennessee.
Charles Woodson
CB
Oakland Raiders
1995-97

Notched one solo tackle and two assists in a 21-17 loss at Indianapolis, his first game back with his old team.




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