Aggies in the NFL – Week 2

Indianapolis Colts' Robert Turbin (33) is tackled by Arizona Cardinals' Justin Bethel during the first half of an NFL football game Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017, in Indianapolis. (AP Photo/AJ Mast)

LOGAN, Utah — Twelve former Aggies are on active NFL rosters. See how they did in week two.

<strong>Maurice Alexander (S – Los Angeles Rams)</strong> – Alexander is in his fourth season in the NFL with the Rams. In Los Angeles’ 27-20 loss against the Washington Redskins, Alexander started at strong safety and recorded eight tackles, six of which were solo. Alexander played in 70 defensive and eight special teams snaps.

<strong>Marwin Evans (S – Green Bay Packers)</strong> – Evans, who is in his second season in the NFL with the Packers, collected one tackle while playing in 19 special teams snaps in Green Bay’s 34-23 loss against the Atlanta Falcons.

<strong>Kyler Fackrell (LB – Green Bay Packers)</strong> – Fackrell is in his second season in the NFL with the Packers. In Green Bay’s 34-23 loss against the Atlanta Falcons, Fackrell played in 19 defensive and 28 special teams snaps.

<strong>Tyler Larsen (OL – Carolina Panthers)</strong> – Larsen is in his second season with the Panthers and fourth year in the NFL. In Carolina’s 9-3 win against the Buffalo Bills, Larsen started at center and played in all 68 offensive and three special teams snaps.

<strong>Nevin Lawson (CB – Detroit Lions)</strong> – Lawson is in his fourth season in the NFL with the Lions. The Lions will face the New York Giants on Monday Night Football.

<strong>Devante Mays (RB – Green Bay Packers)</strong> – Mays is in his first season in the NFL with the Packers. Mays did not play in Green Bay’s 34-23 loss against the Atlanta Falcons.

<strong>Donald Penn (OT – Oakland Raiders)</strong> – Penn is in his fourth year with the Raiders and 12th year in the NFL. In Oakland’s 45-20 win against the New York Jets, Penn started at left tackle and played in all 57 offensive snaps as the Raiders didn’t allow a sack.

<strong>Patrick Scales (LS – Chicago Bears)</strong> – Scales is in his third year with the Bears and seventh year in the NFL. He is currently on injured reserve.

<strong>Robert Turbin (RB – Indianapolis Colts)</strong> – Turbin is in his second year with the Colts and sixth year in the NFL. In the Colts’ 16-13 overtime loss against the Arizona Cardinals, Turbin had three rushes for 11 yards and one reception for eight yards as he picked up three third-down conversions. Turbin played in 28 offensive and 19 special teams snaps.

<strong>Nick Vigil (LB – Cincinnati Bengals)</strong> – Vigil is in his second year in the NFL with the Bengals. In the Bengals’ 13-9 loss against the Houston Texans, Vigil started at linebacker and had five tackles, three of which were solo, and one pass defended. Vigil played in all 66 defensive and eight special teams snaps.

<strong>Bobby Wagner (LB – Seattle Seahawks)</strong> – Wagner is in his sixth year in the NFL with the Seahawks. In Seattle’s 12-9 win against the San Francisco 49ers, Wagner started at linebacker and had seven tackles, four of which were solo, an interception that he returned for seven yards and a pass defended while playing in all 49 defensive snaps and three special teams snaps.

<strong>Kerwynn Williams (RB – Arizona Cardinals)</strong> – Williams is in his fourth year with the Cardinals and his fifth year in the NFL. In the Cardinals’ 16-13 overtime win against the Indianapolis Colts, Williams started his first-career game at running back and had nine rushes for 22 yards. Williams also returned two kickoffs for 35 yards and one punt for six yards. Williams played in 18 offensive and 12 special teams snaps.

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