How Every Former Vol Performed in the NFL This Season

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    The NFL regular season is over, and the Super Bowl is inching closer. The Vols will have one former Vol playing in this year’s Super Bowl when defensive end Derek Barnett suits up for the Philadelphia Eagles as they take on the New England Patriots.

    Now that the regular season is over and done with, we take a look back at how every former Vol performed in the NFL this season.

    We’ve tracked how every former Vol on an NFL roster did this 2017 NFL season. Every former Vol who recorded a stat or played in a game is listed below.

    Here’s how every former Vol did in the NFL this past season.

    Quarterback

    No former Vol quarterbacks recorded any stats this season

    Running Back

    Alvin Kamara, New Orleans
    16 games, 3 starts
    120 carries, 728 yards, 8 TD
    81 receptions, 826 yards, 5 TD
    11 punt returns, 347 yards, TD

    Wide Receiver

    Justin Hunter, Pittsburgh
    7 games, 1 start
    4 receptions, 23 yards, TD

    Josh Malone, Cincinnati
    11 games, 7 starts
    6 receptions, 63 yards, TD

    Cordarrelle Patterson, Oakland
    16 games, 2 starts
    31 receptions, 309 yards
    13 carries, 121 yards, 2 TD
    19 kick returns, 28.3 average

    Tight End

    Luke Stocker, Tennessee
    3 games, 2 starts
    one reception, 12 yards

    Jason Witten, Dallas
    16 games, 16 starts
    63 receptions, 560 yards, 5 TD

    Offensive Line

    Ramon Foster, Pittsburgh
    14 games, 14 starts

    Zach Fulton, Kansas City
    15 games, 12 starts

    Ja’Wuan James, Miami
    8 games, 8 starts

    James Stone, Oakland
    2 games

    Defensive Line

    Robert Ayers, Tampa Bay
    12 games, 10 starts
    31 tackles, 2 sacks, 2 forced fumbles

    Derek Barnett, Philadelphia
    15 games
    21 tackles, 5 sacks, forced fumble

    Malik Jackson, Jacksonville
    16 games, 16 starts
    40 tackles, 8 sacks, 3 pass defended, 4 forced fumbles

    Daniel McCullers, Pittsburgh
    5 games
    one tackle

    Tony McDaniel, San Francisco/New Orleans
    5 games
    8 tackles, pass defended, forced fumble

    Jordan Williams, New York Giants
    1 game
    2 tackles

    Linebacker

    LaTroy Lewis, Houston
    2 games
    3 tackles, sack

    Jalen Reeves-Maybin, Detroit
    14 games
    30 tackles, .5 sack, 2 passes defended, forced fumble

    Defensive Back

    Eric Berry, Kansas City
    1 game, 1 start
    7 tackles

    Justin Coleman, Seattle
    16 games, 5 starts
    31 tackles, 1.5 sacks, 9 passes defended, 2 interceptions, 2 touchdowns

    Cam Sutton, Pittsburgh
    5 games, 1 start
    5 tackles, pass defended

    Specialists 

    Britton Colquitt, Cleveland
    16 games
    80 punts, 3,811 yards, 47.6 average, 24 punts inside the 20

    Dustin Colquitt, Kansas City
    16 games
    65 punts, 2,936 yards, 45.2 average, 29 punts inside the 20

    Michael Palardy, Carolina
    16 games
    71 punts, 3,269 yards, 46 average, 25 punts inside the 20