NFL local watch, Week 14

Published: Tuesday, Dec. 13 2011 6:46 p.m. MST

San Francisco QB Alex Smith (Utah) completed 18 of 37 passes for 175 yards while getting sacked five times in loss to Cardinals.

Miami CB Sean Smith (Utah) had an interception, a tackle and a pass defensed in loss to Eagles.

Carolina WR Steve Smith (Utah) caught six passes for 125 yards in loss to Falcons. In that game, he topped the 10,000-yard mark in career receiving yards, becoming the 35th player in league history to reach the milestone.

Miami DT Paul Soliai (Utah) had one tackle in loss to Eagles.

Carolina DB R.J. Stanford (Utah) played as a reserve in loss to Falcons.

Pittsburgh LB Stevenson Sylvester (Utah) played as a reserve in win over Browns.

Oakland RB Manase Tonga (BYU) played as a reserve in loss to Packers.

San Diego DB Eric Weddle (Utah) filled up the stat sheet like he was back at Utah with a 26-yard interception return, three tackles, a pass defensed and a 10-yard rush on a fake punt that helped change the game's momentum in win over Bills.

INACTIVE THIS WEEK

The following players were declared inactive by their respective teams: Atlanta OL Kirk Chambers (Provo HS); Miami OL Ray Feinga (Hunter HS/BYU); Carolina OL Jordan Gross (Utah); Green Bay LB Vic So'oto (BYU).

PRACTICE SQUAD

The following players are on NFL practice squads: Green Bay WR Diondre Borel (Utah State); Philadelphia FB Stanley Havili (Cottonwood HS); Tennessee DB Robert Johnson (Utah); Tampa Bay QB Brett Ratliff (Utah); Philadelphia OL Dallas Reynolds (Timpview HS/BYU); Denver DL Sealver Siliga (Copper Hills HS/Utah); Philadelphia OL Zane Taylor (Grand HS/Utah); Buffalo WR Tim Toone (Weber State).

INJURED RESERVE

The following players are on the injured reserve list and out for the season: Jacksonville DL John Chick (Utah State); Washington TE Chris Cooley (Logan HS/Utah State); New England LB Christian Cox (Utah); Tennessee WR Kevin Curtis (Bingham HS/Snow College/Utah State) Arizona QB Max Hall (BYU); Pittsburgh DL Chris Hoke (BYU); Green Bay WR Shaky Smithson (Utah); San Francisco DL Will Tukuafu (East HS).

— List compiled by Andrew Aragon

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