Thursday, October 27, 2016

Here are some stories involving your favorite WVU football players in the NFL from this past week.

Kevin White

Chicago Bears wide receiver Kevin White was placed on injured reserve after he suffered a severe high ankle sprain that that resulted in a fractured fibula in his left leg.

The Bears have not ruled out the possibility that White will undergo surgery, but the team is currently exploring all options before making a final determination, general manager Ryan Pace said Wednesday.

Tavon Austin

“Any time we’ve got him open in open field, I need to get him the ball,” Case Keenum said of Tavon Austin.

Karl Joseph

Karl Joseph has made an immediate impact since the Oakland Raiders inserted him into the starting lineup, and now head coach Jack Del Rio is looking for ways to get him even more involved.

Read More: Jack Del Rio impressed with Karl Joseph’s ability as blitzer

Keith Tandy

Tandy missed practice on Tuesday with an undisclosed injury, Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

Charles Sims

Sims, the starter the past two weeks with Doug Martin sidelined, took a hit to his right knee on an Aqib Talib tackle in the first quarter of Sunday’s loss to the Broncos and limped off, though he returned and play the rest of the game. He was not at the start of Tuesday’s practice, though he watched it at the end.

Read More:  Charles Sims joins growing group of Bucs missing practice

Will Clarke

Despite playing just 24 percent of the defensive snaps this season, Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Will Clarke is tied for the team lead with three sacks. Here are Five questions with DE Will Clarke.

Geno Smith

Geno Smith has been an NFL starter before and he’s ready to be one again.

Read More: Geno Smith says he’s ‘too talented’ to be an NFL backup

Pat McAfee

“I see a lot of drunk people out there,” Pat McAfee told crowd. “And I like that.”

Read More: Big surprise (not): Pat McAfee steals the show at NFL event in London



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