Dec 3, 2013, 10:19 AM EST
Throughout NFL training camps, 41 former Notre Dame student-athletes participated in team drills and games. At the end of camp, 27 (24 who finished their career at ND) former Irish football players made active NFL rosters, while three were put on the injured reserve and five on practice squads. Below, you will find all the former Notre Dame student-athletes and how they did in their week 13 games in the NFL.
Sam Young – OL – Jacksonville Jaguars – saw action in 32-28 win over Cleveland
Will Yeatman – OL – Miami Dolphins (Transferred to Maryland) – did not see action due to injury (torn ACL) in 23-3 win over the New York Jets
Brady Quinn – QB – St. Louis Rams – did not see action due to injury in 23-13 loss to San Francisco
Darrin Walls – CB – New York Jets – made two tackles in a 23-3 loss to Miami
SEASON: Has seen action in all 12 games, starting three while tallying 20 tackles and four pass deflections.
Tyler Eifert – TE – Cincinnati Bengals – caught one pass for nine yards in 17-10 win over San Diego
SEASON: Has started all 12 games this season for the Bengals, catching 32 balls for 386 yards and a touchdown.
Trevor Robinson – OL – Cincinnati Bengals – has seen action in two games this season … Cincinnati defeated San Diego 17-10 in week 13
Ryan Harris – OL – Houston Texans – saw action in 34-31 loss to New England
Sergio Brown – S – Indianapolis Colts – tallied a fumble recovery in a 22-14 win over Tennessee
SEASON: Has seen action in all 12 games this season, tallying nine tackles, two fumble recoveries and a blocked FG.
David Bruton – S – Denver Broncos – made five tackles in 35-28 win over Kansas City
SEASON: Has seen action in all 12 games this season, making 16 tackles.
Anthony Fasano – TE – Kansas City Chiefs – caught three passes for 28 yards and a touchdown in a 35-28 loss to Denver
SEASON: Started eight games (inactive for four games due to injury), catching 22 passes for 181 yards and three touchdowns.
WATCH FASANO’S TOUCHDOWN CATCH HERE (click the video to start/stop video)
Manti Te’o – LB – San Diego Chargers – registered five tackles and a pass deflection in a 17-10 loss to Cincinnati SEASON: Started nine games (inactive for three games due to injury), tallying 44 tackles and three pass deflections.
Justin Tuck – DE – New York Giants – registered five tackles and 4.0 sacks in a 24-17 win over Washington
SEASON: Has seen action in all 12 games this season, starting 11, accumulating 43 tackles and 6.5 sacks.
Theo Riddick – RB – Detroit Lions – caught one pass for five yards in a 40-10 win over Green Bay
Joe Fauria – TE – Detroit Lions (Transferred to UCLA) – saw action in 40-10 win over Green Bay
SEASON: Has seen action in all 12 games, catching 11 passes for 130 yards and six touchdowns.
Robert Blanton – DB – Minnesota Vikings – recorded five tackles in 23-20 win over Chicago
SEASON: Has seen action in all 12 games, recording 30 tackles on the season.
John Carlson – TE – Minnesota Vikings – caught four passes for 61 yards in a 23-20 win over Chicago
SEASON: Has seen action in all 12 games this season, catching 30 passes for 325 yards and a touchdown.
Kyle Rudolph – TE – Minnesota Vikings – did not play due to injury in a 23-20 win over Chicago
SEASON: Started every game this season before getting injured, catching 30 passes for 313 yards and three touchdowns.
Harrison Smith – S – Minnesota Vikings – did not see action (injured) in a 23-20 win over Chicago
John Sullivan – OL – Minnesota Vikings – started at the center position in a 23-20 win over Chicago
Zeke Motta – S – Atlanta Falcons – tallied three tackles in a 34-31 win over Buffalo
J.J. Jansen – LS – Carolina Panthers – Saw action at long snapper in 27-6 win over Tampa Bay
Derek Landri – DL – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – did not see action in 27-6 loss to Carolina
Michael Floyd – WR – Arizona Cardinals – caught five passes for 99 yards and a touchdown in 24-21 loss to Philadelphia
SEASON: Has started all 12 games this season, catching 54 passes for 860 yards and four touchdowns.
WATCH FLOYD’S TOUCHDOWN CATCH HERE (click the video to start/stop video)
Ronald Talley – DL – Arizona Cardinals (Transferred to Delaware) – saw game action in 24-21 loss to Philadelphia
Ian Williams – DL – San Francisco 49ers – Did not see game action (Injury) in 23-13 win over St. Louis
Golden Tate – WR – Seattle Seahawks – caught four passes for 45 yards in a 34-7 win over New Orleans
SEASON: Has caught 46 passes for 645 yards and four touchdowns on the season and has two rushing attempts for 29 yards.
Kapron Lewis-Moore – DL – Baltimore Ravens
Eric Olsen – OL – New Orleans Saints
Darius Fleming – LB – San Francisco 49ers
Brady Quinn – QB – St. Louis Rams
Jonas Gray – RB – Baltimore Ravens
Robert Hughes – FB – Indianapolis Colts
Jamoris Slaughter – S – Cleveland Browns
Braxston Cave – OL – New England Patriots
Cierre Wood – RB – New England Patriots
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