Former Mountaineers were out there making their mark in Week 11 of the NFL season.
Patriots QB Will Grier was the lone Mountaineer to enjoy a bye week this week.
Lions DL Bruce Irvin was recently signed to the team’s practice squad and has not yet been promoted to the gameday active roster.
Ravens DB Daryl Worley played solely on special teams in the win over the Bengals on Thursday night. He was credited with one tackle and Pro Football Focus gave him a 63.6 grade on special teams.
Titans TE Trevon Wesco started in the loss to the Jaguars and played 16 offensive snaps.
Giants OG Mark Glowinski was back for the Giants but did not see action in their win over the Commanders.
Browns LB Tony Fields II played four defensive snaps while playing primarily on special teams in the win over the Steelers. He was also credited with having one tackle.
Dolphins LB David Long Jr. was credited with having four combined tackles in the win over the Raiders. He was credited with playing 46 percent of the defensive snaps.
Cardinals LB Kyzir White was credited with having three combined tackles prior to exiting with an elbow injury in the loss to the Texans. DL Dante Stills started and had four combined tackles and a sack.
Seahawks QB Geno Smith completed 64.7 percent of his passes for 233 yards and a touchdown in the loss to the Rams. He also suffered a bruise on his triceps and is uncertain to play on Thanksgiving night this coming week.
49ers OT Colton McKivitz started and played every offensive snap in the win over the Buccaneers.
Bills CB Rasul Douglas had his best game for the team after coming over at the trade deadline. He recorded four combined tackles, three pass deflections, and two interceptions in the win over the Jets.
Broncos practice squad WR David Sills V was promoted to the gameday active roster for the second consecutive week. He was credited with playing seven offensive snaps in the Sunday night win over the Vikings.
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