NFL REBELS: Weekly Update 10.23

OLEMISSSPORTSDOTCOM Greg Hardy (photo by Kent Smith/Kent Smith Photography)
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Greg Hardy (photo by Kent Smith/Kent Smith Photography)
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Oct. 23, 2013

Here at OleMissSports.com, we are proud to update Rebel fans on the exploits of our former players who lace up their cleats on Sundays in the NFL. Ole Miss has a huge presence in the NFL again this year with 22 former Rebels on NFL rosters, including such superstars as two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning and six-time Pro Bowl linebacker Patrick Willis.

Here's a rundown of how each former Rebel performed in week seven of the 2013 NFL season:

#38 Brandon Bolden | RB | New England Patriots
Started at RB and rushed eight times for 36 yards and a touchdown while adding one catch for 7 yards in a 30-27 overtime loss to the New York Jets on Sunday. VIDEO: Bolden's 1-yard TD run

#42 BenJarvus Green-Ellis | RB | Cincinnati Bengals
As the Bengals’ starting RB, rushed 10 times for 24 yards in a 27-24 win at Detroit on Sunday.

#76 Greg Hardy | DE | Carolina Panthers
Started at defensive end and made four tackles, including a sack, and forced a fumble in a 30-15 win over St. Louis on Sunday.

#74 John Jerry | OG | Miami Dolphins
Started at right guard in a 23-21 loss to Buffalo on Sunday.
 
#94 Peria Jerry | DL | Atlanta Falcons
Started at DE and had a big day with four tackles, a sack (-10 yards) and two QB hits in a 31-23 win over Tampa Bay on Sunday.

#75 Rishaw Johnson | OG | Kansas City Chiefs
Inactive for the Chiefs’ 17-16 win over Houston on Sunday.

#23 Kendrick Lewis | FS | Kansas City Chiefs
As the starting FS, posted four solo stops with a TFL and a pass breakup, helping the Chiefs to their seventh straight victory in a 17-16 win over Houston on Sunday.

#10 Eli Manning | QB | New York Giants
Completed 23 of 39 passes for 200 yards, one touchdown and no interceptions (added three rushes for 5 yards) in a 23-7 win over Minnesota on Monday Night Football.

#70 Bobby Massie | OT | Arizona Cardinals
Saw action in a 34-22 loss to Seattle on Thursday.

#38 Trumaine McBride | CB | New York Giants
Started at CB and made two tackles with a TFL and a pass breakup in a 23-7 win over Minnesota on Monday Night Football.

#22 Dexter McCluster | WR/PR | Kansas City Chiefs
Caught four passes for 70 yards, rushed twice for 4 yards and returned four punts for 32 yards while helping the Chiefs to their seventh straight victory in a 17-16 win over Houston on Sunday. VIDEO: Screen pass to McCluster for 43-yard gain 

#74 Michael Oher | OT | Baltimore Ravens
Started at right tackle in a 19-16 loss at Pittsburgh on Sunday.

#58 Ashlee Palmer | LB | Detroit Lions
Started at outside linebacker and tallied five tackles with a TFL in a 27-24 loss to Cincinnati on Sunday.

#78 Jermey Parnell | OT | Dallas Cowboys
Saw action in a 17-3 win at Philadelphia on Sunday.

#99 Gerald Rivers | DE | St. Louis Rams
Inactive for the Rams’ 30-15 loss at Carolina on Sunday.

#33 Jamarca Sanford | SS | Minnesota Vikings
Started at strong safety and registered 12 total tackles (10 solo) and a forced fumble in a 23-7 loss to the New York Giants on Monday Night Football.

#79 Bradley Sowell | OL | Arizona Cardinals
Made his third straight start at left tackle in a 34-22 loss to Seattle on Thursday.

#60 Chris Spencer | OL | Tennessee Titans
Saw action in a 31-17 loss to San Francisco on Sunday.

#15 Micheal Spurlock | WR/RS | Detroit Lions
Returned two punts for 1 yard and had a 35-yard kick return in a 27-24 loss to Cincinnati on Sunday.

#32 Cassius Vaughn | CB | Indianapolis Colts
Had three tackles and a pass breakup on defense and returned three kicks for 88 yards in a 39-33 win over his former team, Denver, on Sunday Night Football.

#11 Mike Wallace | WR | Miami Dolphins
Started at WR and caught five passes for 76 yards, adding a rush for 12 yards, in a 23-21 loss to Buffalo on Sunday. VIDEO: Wallace's 46-yard haul

#52 Patrick Willis | LB | San Francisco 49ers
Started at inside linebacker and led the 49ers with nine tackles, including a TFL, in a 31-17 win at Tennessee on Sunday.

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