K-State in the NFL - Wild Card Round

MANHATTAN, Kan. -- Each week throughout the 2014 season, k-statesports.com has highlighted former Kansas State football players currently in the NFL.

Arthur Brown, LB - Baltimore Ravens
Brown, a second-round selection in the 2013 NFL Draft, was placed on injured reserve on Friday prior to the Ravens' 30-17 win at Pittsburgh on Sunday. Brown played in four games this season. Baltimore plays at New England on Saturday at 3:35 p.m. (CT) in the Divisional Round.
Emmanuel Lamur, LB - Cincinnati Bengals
An undrafted rookie free agent signee in 2012, Lamur carded six tackles in Cincinnati's 26-10 loss at Indianapolis on Sunday. A 13-game starter in 2014, the linebacker finished the regular season with 91 tackles to go along with seven passes defended and two interceptions.

Cornelius Lucas, OL - Detroit Lions
An undrafted rookie free agent offensive lineman, Lucas started at right tackle in Detroit's 24-20 loss at Dallas on Sunday. A three-game starter during the regular season, Lucas played in 14 regular-season games.

Jordy Nelson, WR - Green Bay Packers
A seventh-year veteran, Nelson and the Green Bay Packers had a first-round bye and will face Dallas on Sunday at 12:05 p.m. (CT). A career 57-game starter, Nelson finished the regular season 98 receptions for 1,519 yards and 13 touchdowns. He became the first receiver in Packer history to eclipse the 1,500-yard mark in a season, breaking the single-season record of 1,497 yards by Robert Brooks in 1995. Selected to the Pro Bowl for the first time this season, Nelson finished tied for second in the NFL in touchdowns, ranked fourth in yards and seventh in receptions. In his seven-year career, Nelson has 400 receptions for 6,109 yards and 49 touchdowns.
Terence Newman, CB - Cincinnati Bengals
Newman, a 12-year NFL veteran, carded three tackles and a pass breakup in Cincinnati's 26-10 loss at Indianapolis on Sunday. A career 172-game starter, the cornerback has 743 career tackles and 148 career passes defended, including regular-season totals of 74 and 15, respectively.