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Mountaineers in the NFL: Week 6 Review

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Seven former West Virginia University football players saw action during Week 6 of the NFL season:

Carolina Panthers (Bears 23, Panthers 16)
Rasul Douglas – CB – 4th season – Started at cornerback and tallied one solo stop. Saw action on 65 defensive plays and seven special teams snaps.

Will Grier – QB – 2nd season – Not active

Cleveland Browns (Steelers 38, Browns 7)
Karl Joseph – S – 5th season – Not active

Dallas Cowboys (Cardinals 38, Cowboys 10)
Daryl Worley – CB – 5th season – Started at cornerback for the Cowboys on Monday night football. He saw action on 21 defensive plays, while also recording playing time on 10 special teams snap.

Indianapolis Colts (Colts 31, Bengals 27)
Mark Glowinski – OG – 6th season – Started at right guard. He saw action on all 63 offensive plays, while also recording playing time on five special teams snaps.

Las Vegas Raiders (Off week)
Nick Kwiatkoski – LB – 5th season

Los Angeles Chargers (Off week)
Kyzir White – LB – 3rd season

Miami Dolphins (Dolphins 24, Jets 0)
Adam Pankey – OT – 4th season – He saw action on four offensive plays at guard.

New England Patriots (Broncos 18, Patriots 12)
Yodny Cajuste – OT – 2nd season – Placed on injured reserve.

New York Jets (Dolphins 24 Jets 0)
Trevon Wesco – TE – 2nd season – Saw action on seven offensive plays, while also recording playing time on three special teams snaps.

San Francisco 49ers (49ers 24, Rams 16)
Colton McKivitz – OT – 1st season – Saw action on four special teams snaps.

Seattle Seahawks (Off week)
Bruce Irvin – LB – 9th season

Geno Smith – QB – 8th season

Tennessee Titans (Titans 42, Texans 36)
David Long Jr. – LB – 2nd season – He saw action on three defensive plays while also recording playing time on 14 special teams snaps.

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Tom has spent the last decade as a sports journalist based in West Virginia, most recently as the WVU beat writer for the Charleston Gazette-Mail and with previous stops at the Charleston Daily Mail, the (Fairmont) Times West Virginian and the Daily Independent in Ashland, Kentucky. He was born and raised in Cross Lanes, West Virginia -- where he currently resides -- and is a 2010 graduate of the W. Page Pitt School of Journalism and Mass Communications at Marshall University.

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