Auburn in the NFL: Week 16
Auburn had 21 players record a snap in Week 16 of the NFL season.
Teams that do not have an active former Auburn player: Atlanta Falcons, Baltimore Ravens, Buffalo Bills, Dallas Cowboys, Detroit Lions, Jacksonville Jaguars, Los Angeles Chargers, Miami Dolphins, Minnesota Vikings, New Orleans Saints, New York Giants, New York Jets, Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers, Washington Redskins.
Arizona Cardinals (vs. Los Angeles Rams)
Rudy Ford, DB: Ford continues to grind it out on special teams as he contributed on 88.5 percent of the snaps this weekend.
Carolina Panthers (vs. Falcons)
Cameron Artis-Payne, RB: Artis-Payne gathered two touches for 20 yards (13 receiving; seven rushing).
Chicago Bears (at San Francisco)
Cody Parkey, K: Parkey finished with two points on the day missing his only field goal attempt.
Cincinnati Bengals (at Cleveland)
CJ Uzomah, TE: Uzomah posted one of his best outings of his career. He caught four of five targets for 49 yards and a touchdown.
Cleveland Browns (vs. Cincinnati)
Greg Robinson, OT: Robinson started his seventh straight game at left tackle for Cleveland. Since Robinson joined the rotation, Cleveland has averaged 117 rushing yards per game and has only allowed five sacks.
Jermaine Whitehead, DB: Whitehead contributed on 13 special teams snaps.
Denver Broncos (at Oakland)
Jeff Holland, LB: In his second game of the year, Holland recorded seven defensive snaps and one on special teams. He had one tackle.
Green Bay Packers (at New York Jets)
Montravius Adams, DT: Adams recorded his highest number of snaps in a game this season with 25. He also added 13 on special teams. He finished the afternoon with two tackles.
Houston Texans (at Philadelphia)
Angelo Blackson, DE: In 35 defensive snaps, Blackson recorded two tackles.
Sammie Coates, WR: Coates recorded 12 special teams snaps (38.7 percent).
Indianapolis Colts (vs. New York Giants)
Braden Smith, OT: Smith locked down the right side of the line for the 11th consecutive week. He remains the third highest-rated rookie offensive lineman according to Pro Football Focus.
Kansas City Chiefs (at Seattle)
Dee Ford, LB: Ford was active on Sunday night finishing the game with seven tackles. He shared a sack but added two run stuffs. He is tied for eighth in the NFL with 12.0 sacks.
Los Angeles Rams (at Arizona)
Blake Countess, DB: Countess tallied his highest defensive snaps total this season (14).
New England Patriots (vs. Buffalo)
Jonathan Jones, CB: Jones was in on 42 total plays with 24 coming at cornerback. He tallied four total tackles.
Brandon King, LB: King contributed on 14 special teams snaps in the win over Buffalo.
Oakland Raiders (vs. Denver)
Daniel Carlson, K: Carlson finished the Monday Night Football game with nine points. He hit both of his attempted field goals and all three extra points.
Gabe Wright, DT: In his first action of the season, Wright recorded 10 defensive snaps sharing one tackle.
San Francisco 49ers (vs. Chicago)
Shon Coleman, OT: Inactive (healthy scratch)
Seattle Seahawks (vs. Kansas City)
Neiko Thorpe, CB: Thorpe continues to be a staple on Seattle’s special teams unit as he recorded 23 snaps (69.7 percent).
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (at Dallas)
Peyton Barber, RB: Barber carried the ball 17 times for 43 yards. He caught three passes for 13 yards. He has recorded at least 40 yards of total offense in nine consecutive games.
Carlton Davis, CB: Davis finished the afternoon with two tackles, a run stuff and his first career forced fumble.
Tennessee Titans (vs. Washington)
Daren Bates, LB: Bates recorded 19 special teams snaps on Saturday afternoon.
Current practice squad members (6):
Casey Dunn (Washington Redskins)
Devaroe Lawrence (Cleveland Browns)
Tray Matthews (Indianapolis Colts)
Jonathon Mincy (Chicago Bears)
Chad Slade (Houston Texans)
Current players on injured reserve (9):
Josh Bynes (Arizona Cardinals)
Corey Grant (Jacksonville Jaguars)
Josh Harris (Atlanta Falcons)
Joshua Holsey (Washington Redskins)
Kerryon Johnson (Detroit Lions)
Carl Lawson (Cincinnati Bengals)
Ricardo Louis (Cleveland Browns)
Cassanova McKinzy (Washington Redskins)
Cam Newton (Carolina Panthers)