The Wolverine

February 2019

The Wolverine: Covering University of Michigan Football and Sports

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FEBRUARY 2019 THE WOLVERINE 71   MICHIGAN IN THE PROS list after undergoing successful shoul- der surgery Sept. 4. • Devin Funchess (2012-14), WR, Carolina Panthers: Started 12 of the 14 contests he competed in this season for 7-9 Carolina … Hauled in 44 receptions for 549 yards and four scores. • Ben Gedeon (2013-16), LB, Minne- sota Vikings: Was in the opening lineup in eight of the 15 games he played in for the 8-7-1 Vikings … Registered 54 stops and two passes defended. • Graham Glasgow (2011-15), OG, De- troit Lions: Earned the starting nod at center in all 16 outings for the 6-10 Lions. • Ryan Glasgow (2012-16), DT, Cin- cinnati Bengals: Made 11 tackles in three appearances (no starts) for the 6-10 Bengals, before suffering a season- ending torn ACL. • Brandon Graham (2006-09), DE, Philadelphia Eagles: Started all 16 con- tests for 9-7 Philadelphia, which earned a wild card playoff berth … Tallied 39 tackles, four sacks, two passes defended and a forced fumble … Also started both of the Eagles' playoff tilts — a 16-15 win over Chicago and a 20-14 loss at New Orleans — and totaled five tackles, 1.5 sacks and a forced fumble. • Leon Hall (2003-06), CB, Oakland Raiders: Accumulated 25 tackles and three passes defended in 10 appear- ances (four starts) for the 4-12 Raiders, before being placed on the injured re- serve Nov. 30 with a back ailment. • Chad Henne (2004-07), QB, Kansas City Chiefs: Served as Patrick Mahomes' backup for the 13-3 and AFC West cham- pion Chiefs … He only appeared in the 35-3 blowout of Oakland in the regular- season finale, completing 2 of 3 passes for 29 yards while also rushing for three yards … Did not see any action in Kansas City's playoff contests — a 31-13 win versus Indianapolis and a 37-31 over- time loss to New England. • Willie Henry (2012-15), DT, Balti- more Ravens: Only competed in three affairs (no starts) for 10-6 Baltimore, which earned a wild card playoff berth … Compiled three tackles and a sack, be- fore being placed on the Ravens' injured reserve list Oct. 23 with a herniated disk. • Delano Hill (2013-16), S, Seattle Se- ahawks: Began two of the 13 clashes he appeared in (missed three with injury) for the 10-6 Seahawks … Logged 24 stops, a pass defended and a fumble re- covery … Missed the club's 24-22 playoff loss to the Cowboys with a cracked hip. • Khalid Hill (2013-17), FB, Free Agent: Spent the first portion of the 2018 campaign on the 10-6 Seahawks' injured reserve list, but was released Oct. 5 and is now a free agent. • Mo Hurst (2013-17), DT, Oakland Raiders: Earned the starting gig in 10 of the 13 contests he competed in (missed three with injury) for the 4-12 Raiders … Notched 31 tackles, four sacks, three passes defended and a forced fumble. • Kyle Kalis (2012-16), OG, Cleveland Browns: Played in just three games for the 7-8-1 Browns and was only on the club's active roster for five. • Taylor Lewan (2009-13), OT, Ten- nessee Titans: Received the starting nod in each of the 15 outings he com- peted in this season for 9-7 Tennessee, missing only the Sept. 16 victory over Houston with a concussion … Was named a starter on the AFC squad for the Pro Bowl Jan. 27 in Orlando, Fla. … It was his third straight selection to the all-star game. • Jourdan Lewis (2013-16), CB, Dal- las Cowboys: Played in 15 showdowns (one start) for the 10-6 Cowboys … Posted 12 tackles, a pass defended, an interception he returned seven yards, two fumble recoveries, two rushing attempts that totaled 12 yards and a 19-yard average on two kick returns … Also participated in both of Dallas' postseason tilts — a 24-22 victory over Seattle and a 30-22 loss to the Rams — and racked up two tackles and a 20- yard average on three kick returns. • Erik Magnuson (2012-16), OL, San Francisco 49ers: Saw action in just four contests for the 4-12 49ers, with his lone start coming at center in an loss at Arizona Oct. 28. • Patrick Omameh (2008-12), OG, Jacksonville Jaguars: Was released by the 5-11 New York Giants Nov. 10 after starting the first six clashes with them, and was then signed by 5-11 Jackson- ville Nov. 13 and went on to begin five of the seven contests he appeared in with the club. • Jabrill Peppers (2014-16), S, Cleve- land Browns: Started all 16 games for 7-8-1 Cleveland … Recorded 79 stops, one sack, five passes defended, an in- terception, an 8.8-yard average on 25 punt returns and a 21.5-yard average on 19 kicks brought back. • Jake Rudock (2015), QB, Miami Dolphins: Spent the 2018 campaign on the 6-10 Lions' practice squad, but signed a reserve/future contract with the Dolphins Jan. 11. • Jake Ryan (2010-14), LB, Green Bay Packers: Missed the entire 2018 season for the 6-9-1 Packers after tear- ing his ACL Aug. 1. • Michael Schofield (2009-13), OG, Los Angeles Chargers: Earned the start- ing nod at right guard in all 16 outings for the 12-4 Chargers … Also started the club's two playoff showdowns — a 23-17 victory over Baltimore in a wild card game and a 41-28 loss at New Eng- land in the divisional round. • Dymonte Thomas (2013-16), S, Denver Broncos: Participated in 12 tilts (missed four with injury) for 6-10 Den- ver … Registered 12 tackles, one sack, one pass defended, an interception and a fumble recovery. • Matt Wile (2011-14), P, Minnesota Vikings: Punted 72 times for a 45.2-yard average for 8-7-1 Minnesota … Tied Jarrod Wilson • NFL The Jacksonville Jaguars re-signed the safety to a three-year extension Jan. 19, after he was set to become a restricted free agent in March. The financial details of the deal have not yet been released. Moritz Wagner • NBA The Los Angeles Lakers' rookie forward scored a career-high 12 points in just 17 minutes of action during his team's 128-110 loss at Washington Dec. 16. Wagner finished 5 of 7 from the floor, includ- ing 2 of 3 from deep. Jourdan Lewis • NFL He received his first start of the 2018 season in the campaign's second to last week, earning the nod at cornerback in Dallas' 27-20 win over Tampa Bay Dec. 23. Lewis posted a season-high seven tackles, shattering his previous best of two. HEADLINERS Former Michigan athletes in the news this month

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