On the field
St. Louis DE C.J. Ah You (Lone Peak HS) had one tackle in loss to Saints.
Denver OL Zane Beadles (Hillcrest HS/Utah) started at left guard and helped offense gain 298 yards in loss to Cardinals.
Philadelphia LB Stewart Bradley (Highland HS) had three tackles before leaving win over the Cowboys with a grotesquely dislocated elbow.
Green Bay DB Jarrett Bush (Utah State) played as a reserve in loss to Lions.
Denver TE Daniel Coats (Northridge HS/BYU) signed with the Broncos last week and played as a reserve in loss to Cardinals.
Washington TE Chris Cooley (Logan HS/Utah State) had two catches for 22 yards in loss to Buccaneers.
Miami WR Kevin Curtis (Bingham HS/Snow College/Utah State) signed with the Dolphins on Tuesday after being out of football for more than a year while recovering from a knee injury and cancer.
Miami DL John Denney (BYU) served as team's long snapper in win over Jets.
Miami OL Ray Feinga (Hunter HS/BYU) was promoted from team's practice squad and then suited up but did not play in win over Jets.
Indianapolis DB Aaron Francisco (BYU) started and had six total tackles in win over Titans.
Buffalo RB Quinton Ganther (Utah) played as a reserve in win over Browns.
Carolina OL Jordan Gross (Utah) started at left tackle and helped offense rush for a season-high 212 yards and gain a total of 319 yards in loss to Falcons.
Pittsburgh DL Chris Hoke (BYU) had one tackle in win over Bengals.
St. Louis LB Bryan Kehl (Brighton HS/BYU) had four total tackles in loss to Saints.
Pittsburgh DE Brett Keisel (BYU) had six total tackles and a pass defended in win over Bengals.
Pittsburgh OL Chris Kemoeatu (Utah) started at left guard and helped offense gain 381 yards in win over Bengals.
Washington NT Ma'ake Kemoeatu (Utah) started and recorded no stats in loss to Bucs.
Baltimore DL Paul Kruger (Timpanogos HS/Utah) played as a reserve in win over Texans.
Arizona OL Deuce Lutui (Snow College) started at right guard and helped offense gain 357 yards in win over Broncos.
Miami OL Pat McQuistan (Weber State) started at right guard and helped offense gain 156 yards in win over Jets.
Miami LB Koa Misi (Utah) started and had three total tackles in win over Jets.
Baltimore DL Haloti Ngata (Highland HS) pressured Houston QB Matt Schaub on final play of win over Texans, forcing a hurried throw that led to an interception. He finished with three tackles, a quarterback hit and a pass defended.
St. Louis LB David Nixon (BYU) was promoted from practice squad last week, and then played as a reserve in loss to Saints.
Tampa Bay OL Donald Penn (Utah State) started at left tackle and helped offense gain 369 yards in win over Redskins.
Baltimore TE Dennis Pitta (BYU) drew a pass-interference penalty that set up team's first touchdown in win over Texans.
N.Y. Jets DL Sione Pouha (East HS/Utah) started and had a team-high 10 tackles, a quarterback sack, a quarterback hit and a fumble recovery in loss to Dolphins.
Baltimore WR David Reed (Utah) set a franchise record for longest kickoff return when he returned a kick 103 yards for a touchdown in win over Texans. He returned six kickoffs for 233 yards and had a tackle in kickoff coverage and a tackle in punt coverage in the victory.
San Francisco OL Barry Sims (Park City HS/Utah) started at left tackle and helped offense gain 350 yards in win over Seahawks.
San Francisco QB Alex Smith (Utah) completed 17 of 27 passes for 255 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions in win over Seahawks. He had a passer rating of 130.9 and rushed four times for 12 yards.
Miami CB Sean Smith (Utah) started and had five tackles, including one for loss, and had four passes defended in win over Jets.
Carolina WR Steve Smith (Utah) caught two passes for 17 yards in loss to Falcons.
Miami DT Paul Soliai (Utah) started and had three tackles, a quarterback sack and a quarterback hit in win over Jets.
Pittsburgh LB Stevenson Sylvester (Utah) had a tackle in kickoff coverage in win over Bengals.
Minnesota FB Naufahu Tahi (Granger HS/BYU) started and recorded no stats in loss to Giants.
San Diego DB Eric Weddle (Utah) started and had three tackles, including one for loss, in win over Chiefs.
? Inactive this week
The following players were declared inactive by their respective teams: Washington QB John Beck (BYU); Cincinnati OL Kirk Chambers (Provo HS); Indianapolis WR Austin Collie (BYU); Tennessee DB Robert Johnson (Utah); Houston DB Brice McCain (Utah); Oakland WR Nick Miller (Southern Utah).
? Practice squad
The following players are on NFL practice squads: Dallas OL Travis Bright (BYU); Minnesota WR Freddie Brown (Utah); Indianapolis DE John Chick (Utah State); Tampa Bay LB J.D. Folsom (Snow College/Weber State); Carolina OL Shawn Murphy (Lone Peak HS/Utah State); Indianapolis TE Rob Myers (Utah State); Philadelphia OL Dallas Reynolds (Timpview HS/BYU); Carolina DB R.J. Stanford (Utah); Oakland RB Manase Tonga (BYU); Detroit WR Tim Toone (Weber State); San Francisco DE Will Tukuafu (East HS).
? Injured reserve
The following players are on the injured reserve list and out for the season: San Francisco DL Martail Burnett (Utah); Cincinnati DE Jonathan Fanene (Utah); Arizona QB Max Hall (BYU); Cincinnati OL Andrew Mitchell (Snow College); Green Bay LB Brady Poppinga (BYU); Baltimore DL Kelly Talavou (Utah); Chicago RB Harvey Unga (Timpview HS/BYU); Cincinnati FB Fui Vakapuna (East HS/BYU).
— List compiled by Andrew Aragon
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