How Former Vols are Performing in the NFL Preseason

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    It’s time for the NFL preseason once more, and that means several former Vols are in action as NFL teams gear up for the 2018 season.

    The Vols have several new faces on rosters as rookies this preseason, and many more veterans are working on finding spots on rosters as well. We’ll keep track on how each former Vol is performing this preseason, so be sure to check back for updates.

    Note: The only former Vols tracked here are players who graduated from the university or used their last year of eligibility with UT. This excludes players like Nathan Peterman since they transferred elsewhere. 

    Quarterback

    Tyler Bray, Chicago
    60-of-97, 652 yards, TD, 2 INT (4 games)

    Josh Dobbs, Pittsburgh
    29-of-43, 434 yards, 4 TD, 2 INT
    10 carries, 64 yards, TD (3 games)

    Running Back

    Alvin Kamara, New Orleans
    7 carries, 27 yards, TD
    2 catches, 17 yards (2 games)

    John Kelly, Los Angeles Rams
    46 carries, 197 yards, 3 TD
    6 catches, 18 yards (3 games)

    Austin Johnson (fullback), Tampa Bay
    2 catches, 11 yards (2 games)

    Wide Receiver

    Josh Malone, Cincinnati
    7 catches, 103 yards, TD (3 games)

    Justin Hunter, Pittsburgh
    7 catches, 132 yards, TD (4 games)

    Evan Berry, Cleveland
    4 kick returns, 101 yards (25.3 average) – 2 games

    Cordarrelle Patterson, New England
    11 catches, 126 yards, TD (3 games)

    Tight End

    Jason Croom, Buffalo
    3 catch, 60 yards. TD (2 games)

    Alex Ellis, Kansas City
    10 catches, 93 yards (3 games)

    Ethan Wolf, Tennessee
    1 catch, 0 yards

    Defensive Line

    Daniel McCullers, Pittsburgh
    1 tackle

    Kendal Vickers, Pittsburgh
    2 tackles

    Malik Jackson, Jacksonville
    4 tackles, sack (2 games)

    Derek Barnett, Philadelphia
    2 tackles

    Linebacker

    Jordan Williams, New York Giants
    3 tackles

    Colton Jumper, New Orleans
    5 tackles, blocked punt (2 games)

    LaTroy Lewis, Houston
    5 tackles (2 games)

    Jayen Reeves-Maybin, Detroit
    5 tackles (3 games)

    A.J. Johnson, Denver
    2 tackles (2 games)

    Secondary

    Rashaan Gaulden, Carolina
    4 tackles (3 games)

    Cam Sutton, Pittsburgh
    4 tackles, 1 PD, 1 INT
    2 punt returns, 15 yards (4 games)

    Emmanuel Moseley, San Francisco
    5 tackles, INT (3 games)

    Justin Coleman, Seattle
    6 tackles (4 games)

    Special Teams

    Michael Palardy, Carolina
    16 punts, 703 yards (43.9 average) – 4 games

    Britton Colquitt, Cleveland
    14 punts, 576 yards (41.1 average) – 4 games

    Dustin Colquitt, Kansas City
    13 punts, 561 yards (43.2 average) – 4 games

    Trevor Daniel, Houston
    10 punts, 453 yards (45.3 average) – 4 games