Oregon Ducks in the NFL: 2013 Season, Week 7

Haloti Ngata
Haloti Ngata
Haloti Ngata
Haloti Ngata
  • Rookie Kyle LongGeoff Schwartz and Max Unger are key pieces of lines for the Chicago Bears, Kansas City Chiefs and Seattle Seahawks, respectively.
  • Bills offensive lineman Mark Asper was recently signed by Buffalo and plays backup left guard.
  • Rookie Bills linebacker Kiko Alonso had four tackles, one for a loss of two yards. 
  • Rookie Panthers running back Kenjon Barner did not record any stats.
  • Patriots running back LeGarrette Blount had one carry for four yards.
  • Bills safety Jairus Byrd had four tackles.
  • Eagles safety Patrick Chung missed week seven.
  • Rams quarterback Kellen Clemens came in towards the end of St. Louis’ 30-15 loss to Carolina and went 2-for-4 for 19 yards. However, with Sam Bradford’s torn ACL, Clemens is expected to see much more time in the next few weeks.
  • Falcons wide receiver D.J. Davis had one catch for 24 yards.
  • Ravens tight end Ed Dickson had two catches for 17 yards.
  • 49ers running back LaMichael James is healthy, but inactive for San Francisco and missed a second-straight game.
  • Rookie Dolphins defensive end Dion Jordan had one tackle.
  • Eagles wide receiver Jeff Maehl did not record any stats.
  • Eagles linebacker Casey Matthews did not record any stats.
  • Ravens defensive tackle Haloti Ngata had four combined tackles.
  • Steelers tight end David Paulson had one catch for 17 yards.
  • Giants linebacker Spencer Paysinger had three tackles.
  • Texans safety Eddie Pleasant had three tackles.
  • Bears tight end Dante Rosario didn’t record any stats.
  • 49ers offensive guard Adam Snyder is the backup right guard in San Francisco.
  • Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart said this week that a return to the turf in week nine would be “realistic” and his coach Ron Rivera is hopeful he can make this a reality.
  • Seahawks cornerback Walter Thurmond III had two tackles.
  • Browns safety T.J. Ward had 11 combined tackles, nine of them solo, and one for a loss of one yard.
  • Cowboys offensive tackle Darrion Weems is the backup left tackle in Dallas.
  • Panthers tight end Brandon Williams did not record any stats.

Franklin Bains, contributing sports writer for EDN, writes about Ducks volleyball, Eugene prep sports and Pac-12 football, as well as some odds and ends in Oregon sports. Previously wrote for the Oregon Daily Emerald. Bains writes a weekly Pac-12 recap, and his favorite place in the spring might just be the PK Park press box.

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