It was a fairly eventful week for former WVU players at the next level, for reasons both good and bad. Here's a look at how each performed:
LB Shaq Riddick, Arizona Cardinals: On bye.
WR Kevin White, Chicago Bears: Injured, did not play in a win at San Diego.
WR Mario Alford, Cincinnati Bengals: Inactive in a win against Cleveland.
DE Will Clarke, Cincinnati Bengals: Did not record a statistic in a win against Cleveland.
CB Adam Jones, Cincinnati Bengals: One solo tackle and two passes defended in a win against Cleveland. Also returned one kick for 13 yards and one punt for five yards.
OT Don Barclay, Green Bay Packers: Played in a loss at Carolina.
P Pat McAfee, Indianapolis Colts: Had five punts averaging 45.2 yards. He also did this.
LB J.T. Thomas, New York Giants: Did not play in a win at Tampa Bay, nursing an ankle injury.
QB Geno Smith, New York Jets: Did not play in a win against Jacksonville.
LB Najee Goode, Philadelphia Eagles: Did not record a statistic in a win at Dallas.
FB Will Johnson, Pittsburgh Steelers: Did not record a statistic in a win against Oakland.
LB Terence Garvin, Pittsburgh Steelers: Inactive in a win against Oakland.
OG Mark Glowinski, Seattle Seahawks: On bye.
LB Bruce Irvin, Seattle Seahawks: On bye.
WR Tavon Ausin, St. Louis Rams: Eight rushes for 66 yards and four catches for 15 yards in a loss at Minnesota. Also had four punt returns for 27 yards.
WR Stedman Bailey, St. Louis Rams: Two catches for 13 yards and one solo tackle in a loss at Minnesota. It was announced Monday that Bailey has been slapped with a four-game suspension for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy. To take his place during that period, the Rams signed Wes Welker.
RB Charles Sims, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Had a team-high 78 rushing yards on eight carries, one catch for four yards and one fumble in a loss against the New York Giants.
S Keith Tandy, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Had a career-high eight tackles, seven of which were solo, in a loss against the New York Giants.
OG Quinton Spain, Tennessee Titans: Inactive in a win at New Orleans.