CRFF - Oklahoma State in NFL: How former Cowboys fared in Week 1

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Feb 17, 2018
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A weekly look at how former OSU players performed in the NFL.

A weekly look at how former Oklahoma State players performed in the NFL.

Dan Bailey, K (Vikings)

Bailey was 1-for-1 on field goals with a 35-yarder as time expired in the second half and hit his only point after attempt.

Chris Carson, RB and Tre Flowers, DB (Seahawks)

Carson had six receptions for 45 receiving yards and two touchdowns of 3 and 19 yards. He also rushed for 21 yards on six carries. Flowers had one solo tackle.

.@dangerusswilson finds @ccarson_32 for SIX!

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— NFL (@NFL) September 13, 2020

.@dangerusswilson to @ccarson_32 for ANOTHER @seahawks TD!

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— NFL (@NFL) September 13, 2020
Emmanuel Ogbah, DE (Dolphins)

Ogbah had one solo tackle in his Dolphins debut in Miami’s 21-11 road loss against the Patriots.

Russell Okung, OT (Panthers)

Okung made his Panthers debut in Carolina’s 34-30 home loss against the Raiders.

Kevin Peterson, CB (Cardinals)

Peterson played in Arizona’s 24-20 road win against the 49ers, but did not record a stat.

Vincent Taylor, DT (Browns)

Taylor had two solo tackles in his debut for Cleveland in a 38-6 road loss to the Ravens.

James Washington, WR (Steelers)

Washington had two receptions for 34 yards, including a 21-yard touchdown in the Steelers’ 26-16 road win against the Giants.

James Washington. That’s it. That’s the tweet. #OKState #ProPokes

— Cowboys Ride For Eddie (@CowboysRFF) September 15, 2020

Cowboys tight end Blake Jarwin and Packers guard Lane Taylor are both done for the season after tearing the ACL in their right knee. Jarwin had a 12-yard reception before exiting the game.

Did not play

Steelers backup quarterback Mason Rudolph stayed on the sidelines while two-time Super Bowl champion Ben Roethlisberger returned to his starting job in Pittsburgh’s win against New York.

Ravens running back Justice Hill was inactive for Baltimore.

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