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2020 Football Preview

The Wolverine: Covering University of Michigan Football and Sports

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THE WOLVERINE 2020 FOOTBALL PREVIEW ■ 147 Amara Darboh WR 3 Pittsburgh Steelers Never saw action with the 8-8 Steelers, despite being promoted from the prac- tice squad to the active roster Dec. 16. Devin Funchess WR 5 Green Bay Packers Hauled in three catches for 32 yards in the 7-9 Colts' season opener, before suf- fering a broken collarbone and missing the final 15 contests. The Packers signed him to a one-year deal April 2. Rashan Gary LB 1 Green Bay Packers Played in all 16 games off the bench for the 13-3 Packers, finishing with 21 tackles and two sacks. Also saw time as a backup in both postseason outings and racked up two tackles. Ben Gedeon LB 3 Minnesota Vikings Started five of the eight contests he competed in for the 10-6 Vikings and recorded 13 tackles, but suffered his second concussion of the year Nov. 17. He spent the rest of the campaign on injured reserve. Zach Gentry TE 1 Pittsburgh Steelers Only appeared in four games for the 8-8 Steelers, and registered one reception for four yards. Graham Glasgow OL 4 Denver Broncos Started 15 contests for the 3-12-1 Detroit Lions, only missing one due to a back injury. Glasgow signed a four-year, $44-million contract with the Broncos March 23. Jordan Glasgow LB R Indianapolis Colts Chosen by the Colts in the sixth round (No. 213 overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft. Ryan Glasgow DT 3 Cincinnati Bengals Earned the starting nod in two of the five games he played in with the 2-14 Bengals, tallying seven tackles before suffering a knee injury Oct. 27 and missing the rest of the campaign. Brandon Graham DE 10 Philadelphia Eagles Started all 16 contests for the 9-7 Eagles and totaled 50 tackles, 8.5 sacks and one forced fumble, with his sack total tying for 27th in the league. Graham also started Philadelphia's 17-9 playoff loss to Seattle, but failed to accumulate any statistics. Chad Henne QB 12 Kansas City Chiefs Did not play for the 12-4 Chiefs, serving as the club's third-string quarterback behind starter Patrick Mahomes and backup Matt Moore. Willie Henry DE 4 San Francisco 49ers Released by the Ravens Aug. 30 and was not on an NFL roster throughout the 2019 campaign, but signed with the 49ers Jan. 22. Karan Higdon RB 1 Houston Texans Spent the entire 2019 season on the 10-6 Texans' practice squad and never appeared in a game. Lano Hill S 3 Seattle Seahawks Compiled 25 tackles with the 11-5 Seahawks, starting four of the 12 contests he played in. Hill also saw time as a backup in both of Seattle's postseason show- downs, logging two stops. Khaleke Hudson LB R Washington Redskins Chosen by the Redskins in the fifth round (No. 162 overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft. Maurice Hurst DT 2 Las Vegas Raiders Started four of the 16 games he appeared in for the 7-9 Raiders, notching 18 tackles, 3.5 sacks, three passes defended and one interception he returned 55 yards. Kyle Kalis OL 3 Free Agent Never appeared in a contest in 2019, after being signed to the 7-9 Raiders' practice squad Oct. 23. He was released Dec. 4 and re-signed Dec. 11, before being let go by the organization again May 5. Tyree Kinnel S 1 Pittsburgh Steelers Spent the 2020 XFL season with the D.C. Defenders, but was signed by the Steelers March 30. Taylor Lewan OT 6 Tennessee Titans Started all 12 contests he appeared in with the 10-6 Titans after returning from a four-game suspension to begin the year. Lewan also opened all three of Ten- nessee's playoff games. Tennessee Titans left tackle Taylor Lewan missed the first four games due to suspension but returned and played at a high level, posting top-10 Pro Football Focus grades among offensive tackles in both pass and run blocking on the year. PHOTO COURTESY TENNESSEE TITANS

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