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Auburn in the NFL: Week 3

Here is a look at former Auburn Tigers in the NFL from week three.

DAREN BATES, LB, St. Louis Rams: Bates had one solo tackle in a 31-7 loss to Dallas. On the season, Bates has two tackles.

ROB BIRONAS, K, Tennessee Titans: Bironas went 2-for-3 on field goals and 2-for-2 on extra points in a 20-17 win over San Diego. On the season, Bironas is 6-for-8 on field goals and 6-for-6 on extra points.

RONNIE BROWN, RB, San Diego Chargers: Brown rushed five times for six yards and a touchdown in a 20-017 loss to Tennessee. On the season, Brown has 13 rushes for 48 yards and a touchdown, also three receptions for 27 yards.

JOSH BYNES, LB, Baltimore Ravens: Bynes had two tackles including one assisted in a 30-9 win over Houston. On the season, Bynes has 18 tackles with eight assisted.

JASON CAMPBELL, QB, Cleveland Browns: Campbell didn’t see any action in a 31-27 win over Minnesota.

KARLOS DANSBY, LB, Arizona Cardinals: Dansby led the team with 12 tackles and had one pass defensed in a 31-7 loss to New Orleans. On the season, Dansby has 28 tackles and two passes defensed.

KING DUNLAP, LT, San Diego Chargers: Dunlap got the start and helped the Chargers to 102 rushing yards in a 20-17 loss to Tennessee.

NICK FAIRLEY, DT, Detroit Lions: Fairley had three tackles, all assisted in a 27-20 win over Washington. On the season, Fairley has 1.5 sacks as well as eight tackles and a tackle for loss.

TYRONNE GREEN, OG, New England: Green was placed on the injured reserve on August 15 with an undisclosed injury after getting hurt in the preseason.

QUENTIN GROVES, DT, Cleveland Browns: Groves suffered a sprained ankle in week two, and missed week three’s 31-27 win over Minnesota. On the season, Groves has two tackles and one sack.

BEN GRUBBS, LG, New Orleans Saints: Grubbs started and helped guide the Saints to 104 yards rushing in a 31-7 win over Arizona.

JOSH HARRIS, LS, Atlanta Falcons: Harris is serving as the Falcons’ long snapper. Atlanta lost 27-23 to Miami.

WILL HERRING, LB, New Orleans Saints: Herring didn’t register any stats in a 31-7 win over Arizona. On the season, Herring has two tackles.

BRANDON JACOBS, RB, New York Giants: Jacobs rushed three times for two yards in a 38-0 loss to Charlotte. On the season, Jacobs has rushed ten times for six yards and a touchdown.

COREY LEMONIER, LB, San Francisco 49ers: Lemonier didn’t record any stats in a 27-7 loss to Indianapolis. On the season, Lemonier has one tackle.

SEN’DERRICK MARKS, DT, Jacksonville Jaguars: Marks had two tackles, one assisted in a 45-17 loss to Seattle. On the season, Marks has seven tackles.

BRANDON MOSLEY, OG, New York Giants: Mosley made the regular season 53-man roster and will serve as a backup guard. The Giants lost 38-0 to the Charlotte.

CAM NEWTON, QB, Carolina Panthers: Newton completed 15-of-27 passes for 223 yards with three touchdowns and an interception. He also rushed seven times for 45 yards and a touchdown in a 38-0 win over New York. On the season, Newton is 52-of-88 for 577 yards with six touchdowns and three interceptions. He also has 16 rushing attempts for 98 yards and a touchdown.

BEN OBOMANU, WR, New York Jets: Obomanu didn’t register any stats in a 27-20 win over Buffalo.

JERRAUD POWERS, CB, Arizona Cardinals: Powers recorded four tackles, one assisted in a 31-7 loss to New Orleans. On the season, Powers has nine tackles and one pass defended.

JAY RATLIFF, NT, Dallas Cowboys: Ratliff started the season out on the Physically Unable to Play list and will not be eligible to play until week seven. The Cowboys beat St. Louis 31-7.

CARLOS ROGERS, CB, San Francisco 49ers: Rogers had a tackle in a 27-7 loss to Indianapolis. On the season, Rogers has two tackles and one passed defended.

PAT SIMS, DT, Oakland Raiders: Sims had two tackles in a 37-21 loss to Denver. On the season, Sims has eight tackles including two assisted.

BEN TATE, RB, Houston Texans: Tate had nine carries for 36 yards and three receptions for seven yards in a 30-9 loss to Houston. On the season, Tate has 27 attempts for 184 yards and eight receptions for 22 yards.

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