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Mountaineers in the NFL: Week 10 update

Written by Craig Meyer on .

It was an incredibly uneventful week for former West Virginia players in the NFL in week 10 of the season. Here's a quick look at how they all fared.

LB Shaq Riddick, Arizona Cardinals: Inactive in a win at Seattle Sunday night.

WR Kevin White, Chicago Bears: Injured, did not play in a win at St. Louis.

WR Mario Alford, Cincinnati Bengals: Inactive in a loss against Houston on Monday Night Football.

DE Will Clarke, Cincinnati Bengals: One solo tackle in a loss against Houston.

CB Adam Jones, Cincinnati Bengals: Five tackles, four of them solo, as well as two kick returns for 29 yards and two punt returns for 16 yards in a loss against Houston.

OT Don Barclay, Green Bay Packers: Played in a loss against Detroit.

P Pat McAfee, Indianapolis Colts: On bye.

LB J.T. Thomas, New York Giants: Inactive in a loss against New England.

QB Geno Smith, New York Jets: Did not record a statistic in a Thursday night loss against Buffalo.

LB Najee Goode, Philadelphia Eagles: Did not record a statistic in a loss against Miami.

FB Will Johnson, Pittsburgh Steelers: Did not record a statistic in a win against Cleveland.

LB Terence Garvin, Pittsburgh Steelers: Inactive in a win against Cleveland.

OG Mark Glowinski, Seattle Seahawks: Inactive in a loss against Arizona Sunday night.

LB Bruce Irvin, Seattle Seahawks: Five tackles, one of them solo, one pass defended and one quarterback hit in a loss against Arizona.

WR Tavon Ausin, St. Louis Rams: Three rushes for 18 yards, two catches for five yards and three punt returns for 16 yards in a loss against Chicago.

WR Stedman Bailey, St. Louis Rams: Suspended for a loss against Chicago for violating the league's substance abuse policy.

RB Charles Sims, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Five rushes for 18 yards and two catches for 13 yards in a win against Dallas.

S Keith Tandy, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: One solo tackle in a win against Dallas.

OG Quinton Spain, Tennessee Titans: Inactive in a loss against Carolina.

 

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