Bulldogs in the NFL after Preseason Week Two


 

 

Aug 20, 2013

RUSTON, La. - With the second round of National Football League preseason games complete, Louisiana Tech continues to make its mark on the professional ranks with 12 former players seeing action.

Overall, teams with LA Tech players on their roster went 5-6 with one game having LA Tech players on both sides. Below is a report on each former Bulldog in the NFL after the second week of preseason games.

Ryan Allen, P, New England Patriots

  • Lettered at LA Tech: 2010-11-12
  • New England Patriots 25, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 21
  • 2 punts for 78 yards, 39.0 avg., 1 touchback, Long punt 43 yards

Matt Broha, DE, New York Giants

  • Lettered at LA Tech: 2008-09-10-11
  • Indianapolis Colts 20, New York Giants 12
  • Played in reserve
  • Recorded two solo tackles
  • Played in 27 plays (43 percent of defensive playing time)
  • Played in 19 plays (66 percent of special teams playing time)

Colby Cameron, QB, Carolina Panthers

  • Lettered at LA Tech: 2009-10-11-12
  • Philadelphia Eagles, 14, Carolina Panthers 9
  • Did not play

Eric Harper, LB, Oakland Raiders

  • Lettered at LA Tech: 2008-09-10
  • New Orleans Saints 28, Oakland Raiders 20
  • Saw action in reserve
  • 2 total tackles, 1 solo tackle, 1 tackle for a loss, 1 pass deflection
  • Played in 22 plays (32 percent of defensive playing time)

Taulib Ikharo, WR, Carolina Panthers

  • Lettered at LA Tech: 2010-11
  • Philadelphia Eagles 14, Carolina Panthers 9
  • Saw action in reserve
  • Played in four plays (seven percent of offensive playing time)

 

 

Oscar Johnson, G, Tennessee Titans

  • Lettered at LA Tech: 2011-12
  • Cincinnati Bengals 27, Tennessee Titans 19
  • Saw action in reserve
  • Played in eight plays (11 percent of offensive playing time)

LUKE McCOWN, QB, New Orleans Saints

  • Lettered at LA Tech: 2000-01-02-03
  • New Orleans Saints 28, Oakland Raiders 20
  • Saw action on special teams as the holder
  • Holder on four successful field goal attempts, two successful PAT attempts

Jordan Mills, RT, Chicago Bears

  • Lettered at LA Tech: 2009-10-11-12
  • Chicago Bears 33, San Diego Chargers 28
  • Started at right tackle
  • Played in 33 plays (58 percent of offensive playing time)
  • Played in five plays (14 percent of special teams playing time)
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Quinton Patton, WR, San Francisco 49ers

  • Lettered at LA Tech: 2011-12
  • San Francisco 49ers 15, Kansas City Chiefs 13
  • Did not play

JOSH SCOBEE, K, Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Lettered at LA Tech: 2000-01-02-03
  • New York Jets 37, Jacksonville Jaguars 13
  • Converted 23-yard and 36-yard field goals
  • Converted one PAT attempt
  • Recorded one tackle
  • Also was the kickoff specialist
  • Played in seven plays (21 percent of special teams playing time)

D’ANTHONY SMITH, DT, Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Lettered at LA Tech: 2006-07-08-09
  • New York Jets 37, Jacksonville Jaguars 13
  • Saw action in reserve
  • Assisted on one tackle
  • Played in 15 plays (20 percent of defensive playing time)
  • Played in three plays (nine percent of special teams playing time)

Josh Victorian, CB, Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Lettered at LA Tech: 2008-09
  • Washington Redskins 24, Pittsburgh Steelers 13
  • Played in reserve
  • Recorded three solo tackles, ranking second on the team in the game

Myles White, WR, Green Bay Packers

  • Lettered at LA Tech: 2011-12
  • Green Bay Packers 19, St. Louis Rams 7
  • Played in reserve
  • Recorded five catches, 48 yards, 9.6 average, Long reception of 19 yards
  • First catch of game immediately set up 38-yard field goal
  • 19-yard catch from B.J. Coleman was fourth-longest play of the game for the Packers
  • 14-yard catch from B.J. Coleman was the seventh-longest play of the game for the Packers
  • Played in 39 plays (51 percent of offensive playing time)

TRAMON WILLIAMS, CB, Green Bay Packers

  • Lettered at LA Tech: 2003-04-05
  • Green Bay Packers 19, St. Louis Rams 7
  • Did not play

 

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