Matt Asiata, RB, Minnesota Vikings (Utah/Snow College/Hunter HS) saw action at fullback in Minnesota's 23-20 loss to Indianapolis.
Zane Beadles, OG, Denver Broncos (Utah/Hillcrest HS) started at left guard and helped generate 336 total yards in Denver's 27-21 loss to Atlanta.
John Beck, QB, Houston Texans (BYU) did not see action in Houston's 27-7 win over Jacksonville.
Tony Bergstrom, OT, Oakland Raiders (Utah/Skyline HS) provided backup duty at left guard in Oakland's 35-13 loss to Miami.
Stewart Bradley, LB, Arizona Cardinals (Nebraska/Highland HS) saw backup duty at inside linebacker in Arizona's 20-18 win over New England.
Brandon Burton, CB, Minnesota Vikings (Utah) was listed as a backup in Minnesota's 23-20 loss to Indianapolis.
Jarrett Bush, CB, Green Bay Packers (Utah State) started at cornerback for the Packers and recorded a tackle in Green Bay's 23-10 win over Chicago.
John Chick, DE, Jacksonville Jaguars (Utah State) has been placed on the physically unable to perform list.
Austin Collie, WR, Indianapolis Colts (BYU) was again inactive in the Colts' 23-20 win over the Vikings. Collie is still recovering from a concussion sustained in the preseason.
John Denney, LS, Miami Dolphins (BYU) was Miami's long-snapper in its 35-13 win over Oakland.
Ray Feinga, OL, Miami Dolphins (BYU) backed up the left guard position in Miami's 35-13 win over Oakland.
Jordan Gross, OT, Carolina Panthers (Utah) started at left tackle and helped provide 463 yards of total offense in Carolina's 35-27 win over New Orleans.
Stanley Havili, RB, Philadelphia Eagles (USC/Cottonwood HS) recorded two rushes for 1 yard and a reception for 4 yards in Philadelphia's 24-23 win over Baltimore.
Robert Johnson, S, Tennessee Titans (Utah) played a lot at free safety for the Titans, recording four total tackles in the Titans' 38-10 loss to the Chargers.
Brett Keisel, DE, Pittsburgh Steelers (BYU/Snow College) started at right defensive end and recorded five total tackles in Pittsburgh's 27-10 win over the New York Jets.
Maake Kemoeatu, DT, Baltimore Ravens (Utah) backed up the nose tackle position and recorded two total tackles in Baltimore's 24-23 loss to Philadelphia.
Paul Kruger, LB, Baltimore Ravens (Utah/Timpanogos HS) was inactive due to an injury sustained in Week 1.
Curtis Marsh, CB, Philadelphia Eagles (Utah State) played, but didn't record a stat in Philadelphia's 24-23 win over Baltimore.
Brice McCain, CB, Houston Texans (Utah) had a solo tackle in Houston's 27-7 win over Jacksonville.
Pat McQuistan, OL, Arizona Cardinals (Weber State) backed up the right tackle position in Arizona's 20-18 win over New England.
Paul McQuistan, OG, Seattle Seahawks (Weber State) was listed as a backup in Seattle's 27-7 win over Dallas.
Koa Misi, LB Miami Dolphins (Utah) recorded three solo tackles in Miami's 35-13 win over Oakland.
Haloti Ngata, DT, Baltimore Ravens (Oregon/Highland HS) had three solo tackles in Baltimore's 24-23 loss to Philadelphia.
Stephen Paea, DT, Chicago Bears (Oregon State/Snow College/Timpview HS) started at defensive tackle and had three tackles in Chicago's 23-10 loss to Green Bay.
Donald Penn, OT, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Utah State) started at left tackle in Tampa Bay's 41-34 loss to the New York Giants.
Dennis Pitta, TE, Baltimore Ravens (BYU) was again Baltimore's leading receiver with eight catches for 65 yards in the Ravens' 24-23 loss to the Eagles.
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