How did former Utah State football players perform in week 3 of the NFL?

Seattle Seahawks' Bobby Wagner (54) tries to stop New Orleans Saints' Alvin Kamara on a carry during the second half of an NFL football game Sunday, Sept. 22, 2019, in Seattle. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

LOGAN, Utah – Twelve former Aggies are on active NFL rosters. See how they did in week three of the 2019 campaign.

Maurice Alexander (LB – Buffalo Bills) – Alexander is in his sixth season in the NFL and first season with the Bills. In Buffalo’s 21-17 win against the Cincinnati Bengals, Alexander played in 20 special teams snaps and recorded one tackle.

Jalen Davis (S – Arizona Cardinals) – Davis is in his second season in the NFL and first with the Cardinals. Davis did not play in Arizona’s 38-20 loss against the Carolina Panthers.

Kyler Fackrell (LB – Green Bay Packers) – Fackrell is in his fourth season in the NFL with the Packers. In Green Bay’s 27-16 win over Denver, Fackrell recorded one tackle while playing in 24 defensive snaps and 5 special teams snaps.

Tyler Larsen (OL – Carolina Panthers) – Larsen is in his fourth season with the Panthers and fifth year in the NFL. In Carolina’s 38-20 win against the Cardinals, Larsen played in seven offensive snaps and six special teams snaps.

Nevin Lawson (CB – Oakland Raiders) – Lawson is in his first season with the Oakland Raiders and sixth year in the NFL. Lawson did not play in the Raiders’ 34-14 loss to the Minnesota Vikings.

Dallin Leavitt (SS – Oakland Raiders) – Leavitt is in his second season in the NFL with the Oakland Raiders. In the Raiders’ 34-14 loss to the Minnesota Vikings, Leavitt played in 16 special teams snaps.

Devante Mays (RB – Jacksonville Jaguars) – Mays is in his first season with the Jaguars and third season in the NFL. Mays did not play in Jacksonville’s 20-7 win over the Tennessee Titans.

Donald Penn (OT – Washington Redskins) – Penn is in his first season with the Redskins and 13th year in the NFL. Penn and the Washington Redskins will host the Chicago Bears this week on Monday Night Football.

Patrick Scales (LS – Chicago Bears) – Scales is in his fifth year with the Bears and ninth year in the NFL. Scales and the Chicago Bears will travel to Washington to take on the Redskins on Monday Night Football.

Darwin Thompson (RB – Kansas City Chiefs) – Thompson is in his first season in the NFL with the Chiefs. In Kansas City’s 33-28 win over Baltimore, Thompson played five offensive snaps and 13 special teams snaps, and had four rush attempts for eight yards.

Nick Vigil (LB – Cincinnati Bengals) – Vigil is in his fourth year in the NFL with the Bengals. In Cincinnati’s 21-17 loss to the Buffalo Bills, Vigil started at linebacker and had five tackles including four solo stops. Vigil also had a team-high two quarterback hits, while playing in 67 of the team’s 78 defensive snaps, and five special teams snaps.

Bobby Wagner (LB – Seattle Seahawks) – Wagner is in his eighth year in the NFL with the Seahawks. In Seattle’s 33-27 loss to New Orleans, Wagner started at linebacker and had a team high 18 tackles, four of which were solo, while playing in all 58 of the team’s defensive snaps, as well as six special teams snaps.

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