K-State in the NFL - Week 2

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

Arthur Brown, LB - Baltimore Ravens
Brown, a second-round draft pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, was inactive for the Ravens' 26-6 Thursday-night home win over Pittsburgh, which evened Baltimore's record at 1-1. Brown made 15 tackles, including a half sack, in 14 games last season.

Bryce Brown, RB - Buffalo Bills
A seventh-round pick in 2012 by Philadelphia who was traded to Buffalo in the offseason, Brown was inactive for the Bills' 29-10 victory against Miami on Sunday. The Bills are 2-0 on the young season.

Jeromey Clary, OL - San Diego Chargers
Clary is on the physically unable to perform list for the San Diego Chargers. In his eighth season, Clary has played in 103 career regular season games. The Chargers defeated the defending Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks, 30-21, on Sunday.

Emmanuel Lamur, LB - Cincinnati Bengals
An undrafted rookie free agent signee by Cincinnati in 2012, Lamur made his second start in as many games this season for the Bengals in their 24-10 win Sunday against Atlanta. Lamur was the team's second-leading tackler with eight stops, one shy of another former Wildcat, Terence Newman. Lamur also batted away one pass. In his first two games of the year, Lamur has 20 tackles to give him 39 in his career.

Cornelius Lucas, OL - Detroit Lions
Lucas, a 2014 undrafted rookie free agent offensive lineman, played in his first career NFL game, a 24-7 Detroit loss at Carolina on Sunday. The loss evened the Lions' record at 1-1.

Jordy Nelson, WR - Green Bay Packers
Playing in his 91st career game and making his 43rd career start, Nelson helped Green Bay orchestrate an 18-point comeback with a career-best day in the Packers' 31-24 victory over the New York Jets. Nelson logged a career-high 209 receiving yards on nine catches with one touchdown. His touchdown was an 80-yarder in the third quarter that ended up being the game-winner. In two games this season, Nelson leads the NFL with 292 receiving yards on 18 receptions with one touchdown, while he has totaled 4,882 yards and 37 touchdowns in his six-plus years in the NFL.
Highlights: 80-yard TD reception | 33-yard reception

Terence Newman, CB - Cincinnati Bengals
A 12-year NFL veteran, Newman made his 115th career start and played in his 147th career game Sunday in Cincinnati's 24-10 victory over Atlanta. Newman was the Bengals' leading tackler with nine stops, while he also batted away three passes. In his 12 years, Newman has accumulated 685 tackles and 137 passes defended.

Tavon Rooks, OL - New Orleans Saints
A sixth-round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, Rooks is on New Orleans' practice squad. The Saints fell at Cleveland, 26-24, to drop to 0-2 on the year.

Darren Sproles, RB/Returner - Philadelphia Eagles
Sproles accumulated 203 all-purpose yards - including a career-high 152 receiving yards - in Philadelphia's 30-27 comeback win at Indianapolis Monday night... The 10th-year pro, who tied the game at 20-20 on a 19-yard touchdown run, became the first player in NFL history to have 150 receiving yards, 25 rushing yards and 25 punt return yards in the same game. He also helped the Eagles become the first team in NFL history to win their first two games of a season despite trailing by at least 14 points in the second half of each contest... Sproles, who was traded to the Eagles from the Saints in the offseason, pushed his career all-purpose yardage total to 15,854, which moved him into 20th place all-time in NFL history.
Highlights: Week 2 Highlights51-yard reception | 19-yard TD run

Justin Tuggle, LB - Houston Texans
An undrafted rookie free agent prior to the 2013 season, Tuggle made his third career start and second in as many games this season in Houston's 30-14 victory at Oakland on Sunday. The linebacker tallied three tackles, including one for a loss and a quarterback hurry. Tuggle now has four tackles this season and 18 for his career.

Reggie Walker, LB - San Diego Chargers
Walker, a sixth-year pro who is in his second season with the Chargers, made one special teams tackle in San Diego's 30-21 win over the defending Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. The Chargers are now 1-1 on the year.

Ty Zimmerman, S - New Orleans Saints
An undrafted rookie free agent signee by the New Orleans Saints, Zimmerman is on injured reserve. The Saints fell at Cleveland, 26-24, to see their record drop to 0-2.
 
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