Wildcats in the NFL – Week Two

Manhattan, it was. Every week throughout the 2022 season, k-statesports.com summarizes the event for 14 former Kansas State Soccer players currently in the NFL.

Timmy Horn, DL – Atlanta Falcons

Horn, a rookie free agent who made the active roster from training camp, fought 19 defensive shots and five specials in the Atlanta narrow 31-27 defeat at the Los Angeles Rams. Atlanta will be looking for their first win of the year when they travel to face Seattle on Sunday.

Elijah Lee, LB – Kansas City Chiefs

Lee, who signed with his hometown Kansas City Chiefs in the off-season, made a pair of cover shooters among his 27 private teams to help Kansas City win 27-24 over the Los Angeles Chargers Thursday night. The Chiefs improved to 2-0, and travel to face Indianapolis on Sunday.

Tyler Lockett, WR – Seattle Seahawks

Lockett, who made him 89The tenth– His career start, clocked in nine passes for 107 yards in Seattle’s 27-7 loss in San Francisco. was 15The tenth The 100-yard game of his career. The Seahawks are down 1-1 on the year, and they host Atlanta on Sunday.

Cornelius Lucas, OL – Leaders of Washington

In his eighth season, Lucas had one qualifying offensive tackle, two specials playing in Washington’s 36-27 loss in Detroit. The Leaders are now 1-1 this year, and host Philadelphia on Sunday.

AJ Parker, DB – Detroit Lions

In his second season in the NFL, Parker is on the Detroit coaching staff. The Lions beat their guest Washington 36-27 on Sunday to advance 1-1, and they travel to face Minnesota on Sunday.

Byron Pringle, WR – Chicago Bears

Pringle, who is in his first season in Chicago, saw time on 14 offensive shots and six specials teams playing in the Bears’ 27-10 loss at Green Bay Sunday night. Now 1-1 throughout the year, Chicago hosts Houston on Sunday.

DJ Red, DB – New York Jets

In his fifth season in the NFL and his first with the Jets, Reed scored 26The tenth– She started her career and came out with five tackles to help New York take a 31-30 victory again in Cleveland. Now 1-1 all year round, the Jets host Cincinnati on Sundays.

Dalton Reisner, OL – Denver Broncos

Reisner made his 49thThe tenth– The beginning of his career and dealt all 72 attacking strikes in Denver’s home opening win over Houston 16-9. Reisner has seen 2,953 attacking hits time from the Broncos (87.0%) since he started his career in 2019. The Broncos host 1-1 San Francisco Sunday night.

Duke Shelley, DB – Minnesota Vikings

Rising from the coaching staff to the game, Shelley was in three special teams playing Minnesota’s 24-7 loss in Philadelphia Monday night. The Vikings fell 1-1 on the year, hosting Detroit on Sunday.

Keonder Thomas, CB – Green Bay Packers

Thomas is on the Green Bay coaching team. The Packers beat Chicago 27-10 to take a 1-1 lead this year, and travel to take on Tampa Bay on Sunday.

Skylar Thompson, QB – Miami Dolphins

Thompson, a seventh-round candidate who made the active roster, was not inactive for Miami’s 42-38 win in Baltimore. The Dolphins improved 2-0, and host Buffalo on Sunday.

Cody Whitehair, OL – Chicago Bears

Whitehair made 97 for himThe tenthStarting his career, she fought all 41 offensive tackles in Chicago’s 27-10 loss to Green Bay on Sunday night. He has seen time in 6,232 of Chicago’s 6,280 offensive plays (99.2%) since entering the league in 2016.

Jordan Willis, DL – San Francisco 49ers

In his sixth season in the NFL, Willis was put into injured reserve on Wednesday before the 49ers’ home win 27-7 over Seattle. Now 1-1 throughout the year, San Francisco travels to face Denver on Sunday night.

Ross yeast, S – rams LA

The yeast’s seventh-round pick in this year’s draft, was inactive for the Rams’ 31-27 win over Atlanta. The Rams, now 1-1 this year, travel to face Arizona on Sunday.