Red Raiders in the NFL: Week 10

Red Raiders in the NFL | Regular Season Week 10, Nov. 9- Nov. 13
On NFL Rosters: 14
On Active Rosters in Week 10: 8

LUBBOCK, Texas – The seven Red Raiders who played in week ten of the NFL Season went 4-3. Most notable of the group missing in action was Patrick Mahomes; he spent his bye week with the Red Raiders in Lawrence.

Jack Anderson, OL, Indianapolis Colts (2017-20)
Anderson was placed on the inactive list prior to the Colts’ game against the Patriots. The Colts beat the Patriots in Germany, 10-6, improving their record to 5-5.

  • Season Stats: 0 GP/ 0 GS | No Stats
  • Up Next: Bye Week

Jordyn Brooks – LB, Seattle Seahawks (2016-19)
Brooks recorded three tackles, two of which were solo stops, in the Seahawks’ 29-26 victory over the Commanders. The Seahawks moved to 6-3 this season.

  • Season Stats: 9 GP/ 9 GS | 80 tackles (45 solo), 3.5 sacks, 7 TFLs, 4 QH, 1 FF, 1 FR, 2 PD
  • Up Next: Sunday, 3:25 p.m. at Los Angeles Rams

Cody Davis – DB, New England Patriots (2009-12)
Davis saw action in 18 plays on special teams which accounted for 86 percent of special team snaps. The Patriots fell to the Colts in Germany by a score of 10-6, sinking their record to 2-8.

  • Season Stats 4 GP/ 0 GS | No Stats
  • Up Next: Bye Week

Sam Eguavoen – LB, New York Jets (2011-14)
Eguavoen had one tackle in the Jets’ contest versus the Raiders on Sunday Night Football. It was on a punt return that resulted in an 11-yard gain. Eguavoen was featured on 15 special teams snaps which accounted for 56 percent of the special teams’ plays in a 16-12 loss. The Jets have lost two straight, falling to 4-5.

  • Season Stats: 9 GP/0 GS: 1 FR, 2 tackles
  • Up Next: Sunday, 3:25 p.m. at Buffalo

Patrick Mahomes II – QB, Kansas City Chiefs (2014-16)
Mahomes was on a bye week this past week and spent his Saturday in Lawrence watching the Red Raiders defeat the Jayhawks. The Chiefs maintain their lead in the AFC West with a record of 7-2.

  • Season Stats: 9 GP/ 9 GS | 229-of-334 (68.6%), 2,442 yards, 17 TD, 8 INT, 96.7 QBR | 42 carries, 258 rushing yards
  • Up Next: Monday, 7:15 p.m. vs. Philadelphia

Terence Steele – OL, Dallas Cowboys (2016-19)
Steele was one of two players who played in 100 percent of the offensive plays in a Cowboys dominant victory over division rival New York Giants. The 49-17 victory improved the Cowboys record to 6-3.

  • Season Stats: 9 GP/ 9 GS
  • Up Next: Sunday, 12 p.m. at North Carolina

Broderick Washington Jr. – DL, Baltimore Ravens (2016-19)
Washington recorded one tackle that resulted in no gain for Cleveland. The Ravens fell to their division rival, 33-31. Their record falls to 7-3 but still leads the AFC North.

  • Season Stats: 10 GP/ 5 GS | 12 tackles (6 solo), 2 TFL, 3 QBH, 1 Sack, 1 FR
  • Up Next: Thursday, 7:15 p.m. vs. Cincinnati

Tyree Wilson – DE, Las Vegas Raiders (2020-22)
Wilson and the Raiders beat the Jets on Sunday night, 16-12. Wilson did not record a tackle but played in 27 total snaps, 22 on defense and five on special teams. The Raiders record now stands at 5-5.

  • Season Stats: 10 GP/0 GS | 17 tackles (8 Solo), 1.5 Sacks, 1 FF, 3 QH
  • Up Next: Sunday, 12 p.m. at Miami

Injured Reserve

  • Dawson Deaton, OL (2018-21), Cleveland Browns
  • Jakeem Grant Sr., WR (2012-15), Cleveland Browns
  • Zech McPhearson, DB (2019-20), Philadelphia Eagles

Reserve/ Non-Football Injury

  • Erik Ezukanma – WR (2019-21), Miami Dolphins

Practice Squad

  • Le’Raven Clark, OL (2011-15), Philadelphia Eagles
  • Kerry Hyder – DL (2009-13), Houston Texans

Past News & Notes
Sept. 5: WR Antoine Wesley was released from the Las Vegas Raiders’ practice squad.
Sept. 11: The New York Jets announced less than four hours prior to kick-off on Monday night that LB Sam Egauvoen had been elevated from the practice squad and onto its Monday night roster. He will return to the practice squad unless announced otherwise by the organization.
Sept. 12: The Indianapolis Colts announced it signed OL Jack Anderson to its practice squad. Two days later it was announced he would be designated to the practice squad injured list.
Sept 16: The New York Jets announced on Saturday that LB Sam Egauvoen had been elevated from the practice squad and onto its game day roster to take on the Cowboys. It was his second elevation in as many weeks. He will return to the practice squad unless announced otherwise by the organization. Each practice-squad player can be elevated for a maximum of three regular-season games in the same league year. After this, any subsequent elevation of the player will require the team to add him to their 53-man Active/Inactive list.
Sept 23: After being elevated from the practice squad and to the active roster each of the first two weeks of the season, the New York Jets announced on Saturday that Sam Eguavoen had been signed to the active 53-man roster in time for the Jets’ week three contest versus the New England Patriots.
Sept. 29: The Miami Dolphins announced it has placed Erik Ezukanma on the Reserve/non-football injury list.
Oct. 7: The San Francisco 49ers announced it released Kerry Hyder Jr.
Oct. 10: The Houston Texas announced it signed Kerry Hyder Jr. to its practice squad.
Oct. 17: The Indianapolis Colts announced Jack Anderson, who was previously injured, was restored to the practice squad.
Oct. 21: The New England Patriots announced that it activated Cody Davis from the physically unable to perform list.
Oct. 21: The Seattle Seahawks announced it elevated SaRodorick Thompson from the practice squad and onto its gameday roster for the Seahawks Oct. 23 contest versus the Cardinals. Is the first elevation of a maximum of three elevations that organizations are permitted to make for players on practice squads during the regular season. Thompson will revert to the practice squad after the game.
Oct. 31: The Indianapolis Colts announced it signed Jack Anderson to its 53-man roster from its own practice squad.
Oct. 31: The Seattle Seahawks announced it released SaRodorick Thompson from its practice squad.

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