Iowans in the NFL (Week 1)


By KCRG Sports

Iowans in the NFL (Week 1)
Here are the performances of former Iowa collegiate players and Iowa natives on NFL rosters who had statistics in Week 1 games (Jersey number in parentheses):

Pat Angerer, Indianapolis Colts (#51) — 6-foot, 235-pounds. Second-year linebacker from Iowa had 13 tackles in loss to Houston.

Jonathan Babineaux, Atlanta Falcons (#95) — 6-2, 296. Seventh-year defensive tackle from Iowa had one tackle in loss to Chicago.

Jason Baker, Carolina Panthers (#7) — 6-2, 205. 11th-year punter from Iowa had seven punts for a 41.3-yard average in loss to Arizona.

Scott Chandler, Buffalo Bills (#84), — 6-7, 268. Fourth-year tight end from Iowa had five catches for 63 yards and two touchdowns in win over Kansas City.

Dallas Clark, Indianapolis Colts (#44) — 6-3, 252. Ninth-year tight end from Livermore and the University of Iowa had four catches for 39 yards in loss to Houston.

Billy Cundiff, Baltimore Ravens (#7) — 6-1, 212. Seventh-year kicker from Harlan and Drake hit both of his field goal tries and was 3-for-3 on PATs in win over Pittsburgh.

Ryan Donahue, Detroit Lions (#6) — 6-3, 190. Rookie punter from Iowa had five punts for a 48.2-yard average in win over Tampa Bay.

Bradley Fletcher, St. Louis Rams (#32) — 6-0, 198. Third-year defensive back from Iowa had four tackles in loss to Philadelphia.

Charles Godfrey, Carolina Panthers (#30) — 5-11, 205. Fourth-year cornerback from Iowa had three tackles in loss to Arizona.

Shonn Greene, New York Jets (#23) — 5-11, 226. Third-year running back from Iowa had 10 carries for 26 yards and one catch for 7 yards in win over Dallas.

Chad Greenway, Minnesota Vikings (#52) — 6-2, 242. Sixth-year linebacker from Iowa had eight tackles in loss to San Diego.

Fred Jackson, Buffalo Bills (#22) — 6-1, 223. Fifth-year running back from Coe College had 112 yards on 20 carries and caught one pass for five yards in win over Kansas City.

Nate Kaeding, San Diego Chargers (#10) — 6-0, 187. Eighth-year kicker from Coralville and University of Iowa was injured making a tackle on the opening kickoff in win over Minnesota and didn’t return.

Mitch King, New Orleans Saints (#75) — 6-2, 282. Second-year defensive tackle from Iowa had one tackle in loss Thursday to Green Bay.

Karl Klug, Tennessee Titans (#97) — 6-3, 275. Rookie defensive tackle from Iowa had two tackles in loss to Jacksonville.

Matt Roth, Jacksonville Jaguars (#90) — 6-4, 275. Seventh-year linebacker from Iowa had one tackle (a sack) in win over Tennessee.

Ahtyba Rubin, Cleveland Browns (#71) — 6-2, 330. Fourth-year defensive tackle from Iowa State had three tackles in loss to Cincinnati.

Bob Sanders, San Diego Chargers (#31) — 5-8, 206. Eighth-year free safety from the University of Iowa had six tackles in win over Minnesota.

Tyler Sash, New York Giants (#39) — 6-1, 210. Rookie defensive back from Iowa had two tackles in loss to Washington.

Amari Spievey, Detroit Lions (#42) — 5-11, 195. Second-year defensive back from Iowa had seven tackles in win over Tampa Bay.

Kyle Vanden Bosch, Detroit Lions (#93) — 6-4, 278. 11th-year defensive end from Larchwood and University of Nebraska had three tackles and a forced fumble in win over Tampa Bay.

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