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Penn Staters in the NFL: Pre-Season Week Four

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What happened in the last game that doesn’t count until the Pro Bowl? Read below.

Oakland Press

Let’s review the updated list of Nittany Lion football players in the NFL following the two roster cuts since the last article (Last Tuesday’s cut to 75, and Saturday night’s cut to 53).

Arizona Cardinals: A.Q. Shipley

Baltimore Ravens: John Urschel

Chicago Bears: Adrian Amos

Cleveland Browns: Carl Nassib

Dallas Cowboys: Jack Crawford and Sean Lee

Denver Broncos: Jordan Norwood

Detroit Lions: Andrew Quarless and Anthony Zettel

Houston Texans: Devon Still

Jacksonville Jaguars: Jared Odrick, Paul Posluszny, and Allen Robinson

Kansas City Chiefs: Tamba Hali and Ross Travis

Miami Dolphins: Mike Hull, Jordan Lucas, and Cameron Wake

New Orleans Saints: Michael Mauti and Nathan Stupar

New York Jets: Christian Hackenberg

Oakland Raiders: Matt McGloin

Philadelphia Eagles: Stefen Wisniewski

Pittsburgh Steelers: Jesse James

San Francisco 49ers: NaVorro Bowman and Gerald Hodges:

Seattle Seahawks: Garry Gilliam

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Donovan Smith

Tennessee Titans: Austin Johnson and DaQuan Jones

This week’s top performers*:

Anthony Zettel had a sack for the Lions 31-0 win over the Bills.

Michael Mauti led the Saints in tackles with eight.

Austin Johnson had five tackles for Tennessee, while Mike Hull registered five for Miami.

Robbie Gould was a perfect 3/3 on field goal attempts for the Bears, including a 43-yarder. (Surprisingly, Gould missed both of his extra point attempts.)

UPDATE Sunday 9/4: The Bears are reportedly releasing Gould.

Others of note:

Jordan Lucas added three tackles for the Dolphins, and DaQuan Jones had one for the Titans.

Jordan Hill had two tackles for the Seahawks.

*UPDATE: Hill was waived by the Seahawks.

Andrew Quarless had one catch for seven yards for Detroit. He was targeted three times.

Ross Travis (Special congrats to the former #ATTITUDE forward for making the squad at TE) had one catch for six yards for the Chiefs on three targets.

Devon Still had a tackle and a pass deflection for Houston against the Cowboys.

Carl Nassib recorded a pass deflection for the Browns.

Matt McGloin was 4/6 for 37 yards for the Raiders.

Hackenberg struggled in what is expected to be his final action for a long time, going 11/31 for just 54 yards and an interception.

Notable off the field information:

Jack Crawford is expected to start for the Cowboys at left defensive end.

Nassib was voted the Browns’ best rookie at training camp, after he recorded four tackles and two sacks in three games.

*It’s worth noting that many Penn Staters did not play in this week’s game