Catching up with USC’s NFL alumni
Antonio Allen, S, New York Jets
On injured reserve. Will miss the season after tearing his Achilles in August.
Busta Anderson, TE, San Francisco
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On injured reserve. Will miss the season with an undisclosed injury.
Jasper Brinkley, LB, New York Giants
Had six tackles in a 20-14 loss to Washington. Has 30 tackles, one sack and two forced fumbles for the season.
Damiere Byrd, WR, Carolina
On practice squad.
A.J. Cann, OL, Jacksonville
Started a 31-25 loss to San Diego. Has played in nine games with eight starts for the season.
Jadeveon Clowney, LB, Houston
Had two tackles in a 24-6 win over New Orleans. Has 25 tackles, 1.5 sacks, four defended passes and one forced fumble for the season.
Jared Cook, TE, St. Louis
Had four catches for 58 yards in a 31-7 loss to Cincinnati. Has 30 catches for 379 yards for the season.
Chris Culliver, CB, Washington
Out for the season after tearing his ACL in practice last week. Had 16 tackles and one defended pass in six games for the season.
Justice Cunningham, TE, St. Louis
Did not play in a 31-7 loss to Cincinnati. Has no statistics for the season.
Mike Davis, RB, San Francisco
On injured reserve/designated to return with a hand injury. Has 25 carries for 24 yards and five catches for 23 yards for the season.
Patrick DiMarco, FB, Atlanta
Played but had no statistics in a 20-10 loss to Minnesota. Has one carry for no yards and eight catches for 70 yards and two touchdowns for the season.
Bruce Ellington, WR/KR, San Francisco
Had three kickoff returns for 22 yards and one punt return for zero yards in a 19-13 loss to Arizona. Has eight catches for 54 yards, one carry for 7 yards, 16 kickoff returns for 392 yards, eight punt returns for 61 yards and one tackle for the season.
Clifton Geathers, DE, Pittsburgh
On injured reserve. Will miss the season with an unspecified injury.
Stephon Gilmore, CB, Buffalo
Had five tackles and defended a pass in a 30-22 loss to Kansas City. Has 33 tackles, 18 defended passes and three interceptions for the season.
Melvin Ingram, LB, San Diego
Played but had no statistics in a 31-25 win over Jacksonville. Has 41 tackles, four sacks, three defended passes and two forced fumbles for the season.
Lemuel Jeanpierre, OL, Seattle
Played in a 39-30 win over Pittsburgh. Has played in five games for the season.
Alshon Jeffery, WR, Chicago
Had seven catches for 90 yards in a 17-13 win over Green Bay. Has 43 catches for 605 yards and two touchdowns for the season.
T.J. Johnson, OL, Cincinnati
Played in a 31-7 win over St. Louis. Has played in seven games for the season.
Johnathan Joseph, CB, Houston
Had seven tackles and defended a pass in a 24-6 win over New Orleans. Has 46 tackles, 15 defended passes and one interception for the season.
Jamon Meredith, OL, Tennessee
Played in a 24-21 loss to Oakland. Has played in 11 games with two starts for the season.
Captain Munnerlyn, CB, Minnesota
Had three tackles, one defended pass and an interception in a 20-10 win over Atlanta. Has 39 tackles, one sack, two defended passes, one forced fumble and one interception for the season.
Ronald Patrick, OL, Cleveland
On practice squad.
Corey Robinson, OL, Detroit
Inactive for a 45-14 win over Philadelphia. Has played in one game for the season.
Connor Shaw, QB, Cleveland
On injured reserve. Will miss the season after tearing ligaments in his right thumb in August.
Darian Stewart, S, Denver
Had four tackles and defended three passes in a 30-24 win over New England. Has 50 tackles, six defended passes, one forced fumble and one interception for the season.
Ryan Succop, PK, Tennessee
Was 1-for-2 on PATs and kicked off four times for an average of 64.8 yards in a 24-21 loss to Oakland. Is 12-for-14 on field goals, 18-for-19 on PATs and has an average of 65 yards on 46 kickoffs for the season.
Devin Taylor, DE, Detroit
Had four tackles and half a sack in a 45-14 win over Philadelphia. Has 23 tackles, one defended pass and three sacks for the season.
Dylan Thompson, QB, San Francisco
Did not play in a 19-13 loss to Arizona. Has no statistics for the season.
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