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Weekly Matchup

# NAME POS. WT. AGE EXP. COLLEGE
22 Anderson, C.J. RB 224 23 2 California
76 Austin, Marvin DT 312 25 4 North Carolina
28 Ball, Montee RB 215 23 2 Wisconsin
57 Barrow, Lamin LB 229 23 R LSU
31 Bolden, Omar CB 195 25 3 Arizona State
46 Brewer, Aaron LS 230 24 3 San Diego State
30 Bruton Jr., David S 217 27 6 Notre Dame
19 Burse, Isaiah WR 188 22 R Fresno State
12 Caldwell, Andre WR 200 29 7 Florida
38 Carter, Quinton S 200 26 4 Oklahoma
32 Carter, Tony CB 175 28 6 Florida State
78 Clady, Ryan T 315 28 7 Boise State
75 Clark, Chris T 305 28 6 Southern Mississippi
4 Colquitt, Britton P 205 29 6 Tennessee
71 Cornick, Paul T 310 25 1 North Dakota State
74 Franklin, Orlando G 320 26 4 Miami (Fla.)
63 Garland, Ben G 308 26 1 Air Force
85 Green, Virgil TE 255 26 4 Nevada
25 Harris Jr., Chris CB 199 25 4 Kansas
23 Hillman, Ronnie RB 195 23 3 San Diego State
56 Irving, Nate LB 245 26 4 North Carolina State
97 Jackson, Malik DE 293 24 3 Tennessee
53 Johnson, Steven LB 237 26 3 Kansas
98 Knighton, Terrance DT 335 28 6 Temple
14 Latimer, Cody WR 215 21 R Indiana
18 Manning, Peyton QB 230 38 17 Tennessee
54 Marshall, Brandon LB 238 25 3 Nevada
55 McCray, Lerentee LB 249 24 2 Florida
8 McManus, Brandon K 201 23 1 Temple
58 Miller, Von LB 250 25 4 Texas A&M
64 Montgomery, Will C 304 31 9 Virginia Tech
26 Moore, Rahim S 195 24 4 UCLA
52 Nelson, Corey OLB 231 22 R Oklahoma
17 Osweiler, Brock QB 240 23 3 Arizona State
66 Ramirez, Manny C 320 31 8 Texas Tech
29 Roby, Bradley CB 192 22 R Ohio State
10 Sanders, Emmanuel WR 180 27 5 Southern Methodist
79 Schofield, Michael OT 303 23 R Michigan
93 Smith, Quanterus DE 255 24 2 Western Kentucky
21 Talib, Aqib CB 205 28 7 Kansas
84 Tamme, Jacob TE 230 29 7 Kentucky
88 Thomas, Demaryius WR 229 26 5 Georgia Tech
80 Thomas, Julius TE 250 26 4 Portland State
40 Thompson, Juwan RB 225 22 R Duke
59 Trevathan, Danny LB 240 24 3 Kentucky
96 Unrein, Mitch DT 306 27 4 Wyoming
65 Vasquez, Louis G 335 27 6 Texas Tech
43 Ward, T.J. SS 200 27 5 Oregon
94 Ware, DeMarcus DE 258 32 10 Troy
36 Webster, Kayvon CB 198 23 2 University of South Florida
92 Williams, Sylvester DT 313 25 2 North Carolina
95 Wolfe, Derek DE 285 24 3 Cincinnati
Reserve/Injured
         
# NAME POS. WT. AGE EXP. COLLEGE
91 Anunike, Kenny DE 260 24 R Duke
62 Latta, Greg DE 261 22 R Purdue
11 Norwood, Jordan WR 180 27 5 Penn State
49 Vaughn, Chase DE 242 26 R CSU-Pueblo
90 Youboty, John DE 258 24 1 Temple
Practice Squad
         
# NAME POS. WT. AGE EXP. COLLEGE
50 Barrett, Shaquil LB 260 21 R Colorado State
35 Bibbs, Kapri RB 212 21 R Colorado State
20 Boyett, John S 203 24 1 Oregon
2 Dysert, Zac QB 221 24 2 Miami (OH)
16 Fowler, Bennie WR 217 23 R Michigan State
86 Jones, Dominique TE 270 27 3 Shepherd
73 Miller, Ryan OL 320 25 2 Colorado
13 Palmer, Nathan WR 198 25 2 Northern Illinois
61 Paradis, Matt C 300 24 R Boise State
72 Thompson, Zach DE 265 23 R Wake Forest
Reserve/Suspended by Commissioner
# NAME POS. WT. AGE EXP. COLLEGE
5 Prater, Matt K 195 30 8 Central Florida
83 Welker, Wes WR 185 33 11 Texas Tech

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