It was a bit of a slow week for Cougar Alumni in the NFL with Ziggy Ansah being held to his least productive performance of the season. Fortunately Uani 'Unga had another solid performance for the Giants with seven tackles and a forced fumble in New York's 7-27 loss to the Eagles. 'Unga now leads the Giants in tackles, interceptions, and forced fumbles.
Former BYU wide receiver Jordan Leslie received some good news this week and will be joining the Jacksonville Jaguars' practice squad.
RB Joe Banyard moved to active roster S Craig Loston released from practice squad WR Jordan Leslie & QB Jeff Tuel added to practice squad— Jacksonville Jaguars (@Jaguars) October 21, 2015
Here's how all the BYU alumni in the NFL performed for their respective teams in Week 6:
Dennis Pitta (Ravens) #88: Pitta returned to practice with Baltimore for the first time Wednesday. He is now eligible to return from Baltimore's physically unable to perform (PUP) list this week.
Ziggy Ansah (Lions) #94: Ansah played 64 total snaps and recorded two QB hits in Detroit's 37-34 win over Chicago.
Kyle Van Noy (Lions) #53: Van Noy played 31 total snaps and recorded a single tackle in Detroit's 37-34 win over Chicago.
John Denney (Dolphins) #92: Denney played nine special teams snaps handling long snapping duties for Miami in the Dolphins' 38-10 win over Tennessee.
Uani 'Unga (Giants) #47: 'Unga played 40 total snaps recording seven tackles and a forced fumble in New York's 7-27 loss to Philadelphia.
Dallas Reynolds (Giants) #61: Reynolds played seven special teams snaps in New York's 7-27 loss to Philadelphia.
Daniel Sorensen (Chiefs) #49: Sorensen saw action on 22 special teams snaps in Kansas City's 10-16 loss to Minnesota, but did no record any stats.
Alani Fua (Cardinals) #59: Fua played 20 total snaps mostly on special teams in Arizona's 13-25 loss to Pittsburgh, but recorded no stats.