Via UT Media Relations
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Second-year running back Alvin Kamara continues to be a breathtaking gamer who finished Sunday’s game against the Giants with 19 carries for 134 yards and three touchdowns, including a nose-for-the-goal-line, 4-yarder and a back-breaking 49-yarder in the fourth quarter. Kamara also added five catches for another 47 yards.
Catch up with all of Tennessee’s former players below. Updates will be posted each week on UTSports.com.
Derek Barnett – DE, Philadelphia Eagles
2018 Regular Season: Games/Starts: 4/4, Tackles: 9 UA, 4 A, 13 Total, Other: 2.5 Sacks, 0 Int., 0 FF, 0 FR
The Nashville native returned home to face Tennessee and started for the fourth straight week for the Eagles in an overtime loss to the Titans. Barnett recorded three tackles, a sack, a tackle for loss and two quarterback hits in the game.
Eric Berry – DB, Kansas City Chiefs
2018 Regular Season: No Stats Recorded
Berry has yet to see action this season for the Chiefs, who are 4-0 after staging a fourth-quarter comeback to defeat the Denver Broncos on Monday night. The five-time Pro Bowler has been rehabbing an Achilles injury he suffered in last year’s season opener. Berry could make his return this weekend when Kansas City hosts Jacksonville on Sunday afternoon.
Tyler Bray – QB, Chicago Bears (Practice Squad)
Preseason: Games/Starts: 4/1, Comp-Att-Int: 60-97-1, 652 Yds, 1 TD
Bray played in four preseason games for the Chicago Bears in 2018, completing 60-of-97 passes for 652 yards and one touchdown. The California native was named to the Bears’ practice squad to start the 2018 season.
Justin Coleman – DB, Seattle Seahawks
2018 Regular Season: Games/Starts: 4/0, Tackles: 8 UA, 1 A, 9 Total, Other: 0 Sacks, 0 Int., 0 FF, 3 PD
Coleman recorded three tackles to guide the Seahawks to a 20-17 last second win over Arizona on the road to improve to 2-2 on the season.
Britton Colquitt – P, Cleveland Browns
2018 Regular Season: Games/Starts: 4/0, 30 Punts, 1263 Yds, 59 Lg, 42.1 Avg., 14 I-20, 1 TB, 7 FC
In the Browns 42-45 overtime road loss at the Raiders on Sunday, Colquitt had seven punts for 350 yards to average 50 yards a punt. Colquitt placed two punts inside the 20.
Dustin Colquitt – P, Kansas City Chiefs
2018 Regular Season: Games/Starts: 4/0, 13 Punts, 611 Yds, 67 Lg, 47.0 Avg., 5 I-20, 2 TB, 3 FC
Colquitt punted four times in Monday night’s comeback win over divisional foe Denver. The 14-year vet averaged 44.0 yards a punt as the Chiefs improved to 4-0 on the season.
Morgan Cox – LS, Baltimore Ravens
2018 Regular Season: Games/Starts: 4/0
Cox serves as the Ravens’ primary long snapper and has played in all four of the team’s games this season.
Jason Croom – TE, Buffalo Bills
2018 Regular Season: Games/Starts: 4/0, Rec-Yds: 6-64, 10.7 Avg., 26 Lg, 1 TD
Croom had one catch for 13 yards in the Bills road 22-0 loss at Green Bay on Sunday afternoon.
Trevor Daniel – P, Houston Texans
2018 Regular Season: Games/Starts: 4/0, 180 Punts, 756 Yds, 57 Lg, 42 Avg., 10 I-20, 1 TB, 8 FC
Daniel punted five times for 207 yards in Houston’s win at Indianapolis on Sunday. The rookie averaged 41.4 yards per kick and pinned four inside the 20.
Joshua Dobbs – QB, Pittsburgh Steelers
Preseason: Games/Starts: 3/1, Passing Comp-Att-Int: 29-43-2, 434 Yds, 4 TD Rushing Att-Yds: 10-64, 1 TD
Dobbs played in three preseason games for the Steelers, getting the starting nod against Carolina. He completed 29-of-43 passes for 434 yards and four touchdowns while rushing for an additional 64 yards and a score. The Georgia native has not seen action so far in the regular season while serving as the backup to Ben Roethlisberger.
Alex Ellis – TE, Kansas City Chiefs
2018 Regular Season: Games/Starts: 2/0, Rec-Yds: 0-0, 0.0 Avg., 0 TD
Ellis did not play in the Chiefs’ 27-23 win over the Broncos on Monday night.
Ramon Foster – G, Pittsburgh Steelers
2018 Regular Season: Games/Starts: 4/4
Foster made his 119th career start on the offensive line for the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night in the tough loss to the Baltimore Ravens.
Zach Fulton – G, Houston Texans
2018 Regular Season: Games/Starts: 4/4
Fulton has started all four games at guard for the Texans. The fifth-year pro made his 50th career start in Sunday’s overtime win against Indianapolis.
Rashaan Gaulden – DB, Carolina Panthers
2018 Regular Season: Games/Starts: 3/0, Tackles: 3 UA, 0 A, 3 Total
The Panthers had a bye during Week 4.
Justin Hunter – WR, Pittsburgh Steelers
2018 Regular Season: Games/Starts: 1/0, Rec-Yds: 1-6, 6.0 Avg., 6 Lg, 0 TD
Hunter did not play in the Steelers’ 26-14 loss to the Ravens on Sunday night.
Malik Jackson – DT, Jacksonville Jaguars
2018 Regular Season: Games/Starts: 4/4, Tackles: 8 UA, 3 A, 11 Total, Other: 1 Sacks
Jackson started his fourth game of the season and recorded three tackles and a sack for the Jaguars defense as they held the Jets to just 12 total points. Jacksonville improved to 3-1 on the year with the 31-12 victory.
Ja’Wuan James – T, Miami Dolphins
2018 Regular Season: Games/Starts: 4/4
James has started all four games for the Dolphins this season at tackle. Miami took their first loss of the year on Sunday at New England.
Alexander Johnson – LB, Denver Broncos
2018 Regular Season: Games/Starts: 0/0, Tackles: 0 UA, 0 A, 0 Total, Other: 0 Sacks, 0 Int., 0 FF, 0 FR
Johnson played in three preseason games for the Denver Broncos, recording a tackle in each outing. He has not seen action in either of the Broncos’ four regular-season games.
Alvin Kamara – RB, New Orleans Saints
2018 Regular Season: Games/Starts: 4/4, Rushing Att-Yds: 56-275, 4.91 Avg., 49 Lg, 5 TD
Rec-Yds: 35-336, 9.6 Avg., 35 Lg, 1 TD
Kamara had yet another great game for the Saints in Sunday’s 33-18 win over the New York Giants. The Atlanta native rushed for a season-high three touchdowns and 134 yards and added another 47 yards receiving to help lead New Orleans to its third win of the year.
John Kelly – RB, Los Angeles Rams
Preseason: Games/Starts: 3/0, Rushing Att-Yds: 46-197, 4.3 Avg., 40 Lg, 3 TD
Rec-Yds: 6-18, 3.0 Avg., 12 Lg, 0 TD
Kelly rushed 46 times for 197 yards and three touchdowns through three preseason games for the Rams. The rookie running back has not seen action in any of Los Angeles’ four regular-season contests.
Josh Malone – WR, Cincinnati Bengals
2018 Regular Season: Games/Starts: 4/0, Rec-Yds: 1-12, 12.0 Avg., 0 TD
Malone didn’t record any catches in the Bengals’ 37-36 win over the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday.
Daniel McCullers – DT, Pittsburgh Steelers
2018 Regular Season: Games/Starts: 4/0, Tackles: 1 UA, 0 A, 1 Total, Other: 1 Sacks
McCullers didn’t record any stats in the Steelers’ 26-14 loss to the Ravens on Sunday night.
Kahlil McKenzie – G, Kansas City Chiefs
Preseason: Games/Starts: 4/0
McKenzie made four appearances in the preseason for the Chiefs and helped pave the way for 397 yards of total offense in the final preseason game against the Packers. McKenzie has not played in either of the Chiefs four regular-season games so far this year.
Emmanuel Moseley – DB, San Francisco 49ers (Practice Squad)
Preseason: Games/Starts: 4/1, Tackles: 6 UA, 0 A, 6 Total, Other: 0 Sacks, 1 PD, 1-6 Int-Yds, 0 FF, 0 FR
Moseley played in four games for the 49ers in the preseason, making six solo tackles and one interception. The rookie was signed to San Francisco’s practice squad prior to Week 1 of the regular season.
Michael Palardy – P, Carolina Panthers
2018 Regular Season: Games/Starts: 3/0, 14 Punts, 643 Yds, 59 Lg, 45.9 Avg., 8 I-20, 1 TB, 8 FC
Palardy and the Panthers had a bye during Week 4 and will host the New York Giants on Sunday.
Cordarrelle Patterson – WR, New England Patriots
2018 Regular Season: Games/Starts: 4/1, Rec-Yds: 8-90, 11.3 Avg., 55 Lg, 1 TD
Rushing Att-Yds: 5-29, 5.8 Avg., 11 Lg
KR-Yds: 6-157, 26.2 Avg., 45 Lg
Patterson hauled in three catches for 54 yards and scored his first-career touchdown as a Patriot. He also had one rush for 11 yards in the Patriots’ 38-7 win over Miami on Sunday.
Jalen Reeves-Maybin – LB, Detroit Lions
2018 Regular Season: Games/Starts: 4/0, Tackles: 3 UA, 2 A, 5 Total
Reeves-Maybin recorded two tackles for the Lions in a hard-fought 26-24 loss to the Cowboys on Sunday.
Luke Stocker – TE, Tennessee Titans
2018 Regular Season: Games/Starts: 4/3, Rec-Yds: 5-63, 12.6 Avg., 31 Lg, 0 TD
Stocker made his third straight start for the Titans, helping them to a 26-23 win over the defending Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles. The Kentucky native didn’t have any catches but made some key blocks for Tennessee.
James Stone – C, Chicago Bears (Practice Squad)
Preseason: Games/Starts: 4/1
Stone made four appearances, including one start, in the preseason for the Oakland Raiders before being signed to the Chicago Bears’ practice squad.
Cameron Sutton – DB, Pittsburgh Steelers
2018 Regular Season: Games/Starts: 4/1, Tackles: 8 UA, 0 A,85 Total, Other: 0 Sacks, 2 PD, 1-0 Int-Yds, 1 FF, 0 FR
Sutton continued to play well with three tackles in a tough loss to divisional foe Baltimore on Sunday night.
Jordan Williams – LB, New York Giants
Preseason: Games/Starts: 4/0, Tackles: 3 UA, 0 A, 3 Total, Other: 0 Sacks, 0 PD, 0-0 Int., 0 FF, 0 FR
Williams played in all four preseason games for the Giants, making three tackles. He is currently on injured reserve for New York.
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