Auburn in the NFL
AUBURNTIGERSDOTCOM Ronnie Brown ranks third in the NFL with 369 rushing yards this season.
AUBURNTIGERSDOTCOM
Ronnie Brown ranks third in the NFL with 369 rushing yards this season.
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Oct. 7, 2009

Devin Aromashodu, wide receiver- Chicago Bears

Aromashodu was a healthy scratch for the Bears in week four.

Rob Bironas, kicker- Tennessee Titans

Bironas scored the first Titan points of the game as the Titans lost to the Jaguars 37-17. He was true from 29 yards out, capping a 14-play, 78-yard drive with 9:11 left in the second frame

Ronnie Brown, running back- Miami Dolphins

Brown rushed for 115 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries as the Dolphins beat the Bills 38-10 in Week 4. He is on pace to total 1,676 yards and score 16 all-purpose touchdowns this season. He's also averaging a career-high 5.1 yards per carry.

Jason Campbell, quarterback-Washington Redskins

Campbell completed 12-of-22 passes for 170 yards, two touchdowns and three interceptions in Week 4 against the Bucs. The former Tiger signal caller was 7-of-10 for 110 yards and two scores after halftime as the Redskins erased a 10-0 deficit for their second win.

Karlos Dansby, linebacker-Arizona Cardinals

The Cardinals had a bye in week four.

Tim Duckworth, offensive line- New Orleans Saints

Duckworth is a member of the Saints' practice squad.

King Dunlap, offensive line- Philadelphia Eagles

Dunlap has yet to play in any games this season for the Eagles. He currently sits as the team's backup left tackle behind All-Pro Jason Peters.

Heath Evans, running back- New Orleans Saints

In a win over the Jets, Evans rushed three times for 12 yards. He also caught one pass for 11 yards.

Tyrone Green, guard- San Diego Chargers

Green is listed as the Chargers' No. 3 right guard on their most recent depth chart and has yet to play this season.


 

 

Quentin Groves, defensive end- Jacksonville Jaguars

Groves did not record any stats in a 37-17 week four victory over Tennessee.

Ben Grubbs, guard-Baltimore Ravens

Grubbs started at right guard in a 27-21 loss to New England. He helped the Ravens rack up 380 yards of total offense.

Will Herring, linebacker-Seattle Seahawks

Herring did not record any tackles in a 34-17 loss to the Colts.

Kevin Hobbs, defensive back- Detroit Lions

Hobbs did not record any tackles in a 48-24 loss to Chicago.

Brandon Jacobs, running back- New York Giants

Jacobs had 21 carries for 92 yards and one catch for -4 yards in Sunday's win over the Chiefs.

Spencer Johnson, defensive lineman-Buffalo Bills

Johnson recorded four stops in a loss to the Miami Dolphins and former teammate Ronnie Brown.

Patrick Lee, defensive back-Green Bay Packers

Lee was placed on injured reserve on Sept. 5 with a knee injury, ending his season.

Sen'Derrick Marks, defensive lineman-Tennessee Titans

Marks recorded his first career tackle in a loss to Jacksonville. The contest is the first game he has been active for contest this season.

Marcus McNeill, tackle- San Diego Chargers

McNeill has been a staple on the offensive line for the Chargers, as San Diego accumulated 270 yards of offense in a 38-28 loss to the Steelers Sunday night.

Ben Obomanu, wide receiver-Seattle Seahawks

Obomanu returned a kickoff for 23 yards in a loss to the Colts on Sunday.

Jonathan Palmer, tackle- Carolina Panthers

Palmer was signed to the Panthers' practice squad on Sept. 30.

Jerraud Powers, defensive back- Indianapolis Colts

Powers had six solo tackles in a 34-17 defeat of the Seahawks on Sunday after having seven tackles in week three.

Jay Ratliff, defensive line- Dallas Cowboys

The Broncos offensive line held the 2008 Pro Bowler in check on Sunday as Ratliff failed to register a tackle. Ratliff was one of several Cowboy players to sport pink cleats in the game to raise Breast Cancer Awareness.

Tony Richardson, fullback- New York Jets

Richardson did not have a carry in the Jets loss to the Saints on Sunday. However, he was once again the primary lead blocker for tailback Thomas Jones, who had 13 carries for 48 yards and a touchdown.

Carlos Rogers, defensive back-Washington Redskins

Rogers had a solo stop in the Redskins' 16-13 win over the Buccaneers.

Kendall Simmons, guard-New England Patriots

Simmons, who missed all of last season with the Steelers due to a torn Achilles tendon, signed a three-year, $2.555 million contract with the Patriots on Sept. 9.

Pat Sims, defensive line- Cincinnati Bengals

Sims had a pair of stops in the Bengals' 23-20 victory over the Browns Sunday. He has continued to share reps with fellow defensive tackle Tank Johnson.

Takeo Spikes, linebacker- San Francisco 49ers

Spikes was outstanding Sunday in San Francisco's 35-0 shutout over the Rams. He had eight tackles, including his first quarterback sack of the season that resulted in a 10-yard loss.

Reggie Torbor, linebacker- Miami Dolphins

Torbor had three tackles in a 38-10 victory over Buffalo Sunday.

Jonathan Wilhite, defensive back- New England Patriots

Wilhite made five tackles, four solo, in New England's 27-21 win over Baltimore.

Carnell "Cadillac" Williams, running back-Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Williams rushed 16 times for 77 yards and caught four passes for 22 yards in a week four, 16-13 win against the Redskins.