Gators in the NFL: Week Nine

Haden is one of the best corners in the NFL

There were 17 former Florida players active on their respective NFL teams on Saturday. Of those 17, there were 11 of them that earned the start.

Joe Haden started at cornerback for the Cleveland Browns and made four tackles while adding one pass deflection.

Ahmad Black saw time at safety but made a big impact. He forced a fumble, recorded an interception and returned it for 34 yards. He also added five tackles and a pass deflection.

Reggie Nelson started at free safety and made five tackles for the Cincinnati Bengals. Carlos Dunlap saw action at defensive end for the Bengals and made four tackles.

Percy Harvin started at wide receiver for the Minnesota Vikings and had four rushes for 24 yards, two catches for 10 yards and one kickoff return for 39 yards.

Chris Rainey saw time at running back for the Pittsburgh Steelers and had a rush for four yards while adding five kickoffs for 173 yards with a long of 68 and an average of 34.6 yards. Max Starks started at left tackle and Maurkice Pouncey started at center.

Jeremy Mincey started at defensive end for the Jacksonville Jaguars and made two tackles.

Jabar Gaffney saw time at wide receiver and caught two passes for 27 yards. Mike Pouncey started at center for the Miami Dolphins.

Louis Murphy started at wide receiver for the Carolina Panthers and made one reception for four yards.

Atlanta Falcons linebacker Mike Peterson started at outside linebacker and recorded a tackle.

Cooper Carlisle started at left guard for the Oakland Raiders.

SAW ACTION BUT NO STATS: Chicago Bears safety Major Wright, Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Brandon Siler, Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper

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