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February 2021

The Wolverine: Covering University of Michigan Football and Sports

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62 THE WOLVERINE FEBRUARY 2021   MICHIGAN IN THE PROS reserve list Nov. 20 with a lower-leg fracture and missed the rest of the sea- son for 14-2 Kansas City … Prior to the injury, he saw time in seven games off the bench and recorded seven tackles, two sacks and a forced fumble. • Frank Clark (2011-14), DE, Kan- sas City Chiefs: Started 15 of the 14-2 Chiefs' 16 games, and notched 29 tack- les, eight tackles for loss, six sacks, two passes defended and one fumble recov- ery … His eight tackle for loss led the team and his six sacks checked in sec- ond … Started each of Kansas City's two playoff victories and posted five tackles, three tackles for loss and two sacks. • Mason Cole (2014-17), C, Arizona Cardinals: Started all 14 contests he appeared in for the 8-8 Cardinals, miss- ing two with a hamstring injury. • Michael Danna (2019), DE, Kansas City Chiefs: Received playing time in 13 games (one start) for 14-2 Kansas City, and racked up 25 tackles, four tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks … Came off the bench in both of the Chiefs' postseason outings and recorded three tackles. • Amara Darboh (2012-16), WR, Carolina Panthers: Signed to the 5-11 Panthers' practice squad Dec. 11 after being released from the Steelers' prac- tice squad Oct. 26 … Did not appear in a game for either team this season. • Devin Funchess (2012-14), WR, Green Bay Packers: Decided not to play the 2020 season, after 13-3 Green Bay signed him to a one-year deal April 2. • Rashan Gary (2016-18), LB, Green Bay Packers: Started four of the 15 contests he participated in for the 13-3 Packers, and registered 34 tackles, five sacks, one pass defended and one fum- ble recovery … Came off the bench in both of Green Bay's playoff games and tallied five tackles with 1.5 sacks. • Zach Gentry (2015-18), TE, Pitts- burgh Steelers: Placed on injured re- serve Nov. 23 with a left knee sprain and missed the rest of 12-4 Pittsburgh's season … Prior to the injury, he started one of the two contests he competed in, but didn't total any statistics. • Graham Glasgow (2011-15), OG, Denver Broncos: Started all 13 games he took part in for the 5-11 Broncos, sit- ting out two while on the COVID-19 list and one with a foot injury. • Jordan Glasgow (2015-19), LB, In- dianapolis Colts: Saw the field on spe- cial teams in 13 of 16 games (no action on defense, and missed three while on the coronavirus list) for 11-5 Indianapo- lis, and accumulated nine tackles and a blocked punt … Played 21 special teams snaps in the Colts' postseason loss to Buffalo, but didn't compile any stats. • Ryan Glasgow (2012-16), DT, New Orleans Saints: Was signed by 12-4 New Orleans Nov. 17 after being re- leased by New England Nov. 10, but only competed in two games with the Pats and logged three tackles … Re- sided on New Orleans' practice squad for each of its two playoff matchups. • Brandon Graham (2006-09), DE, Philadelphia Eagles: Started all 16 games for the 4-11-1 Eagles, and notched 46 tackles, 13 tackles for loss, eight sacks, two forced fumbles and one fumble re- covery … Was tied for 21st in the NFL in sacks and tied for 23rd in tackles for loss. • Chad Henne (2004-07), QB, Kansas City Chiefs: Received playing time in three contests (one start) for the 14-2 Chiefs, and completed 28 of 38 passes for 248 yards with two touchdowns and no picks, while also notching one rush- ing score … Connected on 6 of 8 throws for 66 yards with no touchdowns and a pick while filling in for injured starter Patrick Mahomes in Kansas City's 22-17 win over Cleveland in the divisional round of the playoffs Jan. 17. • Willie Henry (2012-15), DL, Hous- ton Texans: Was added to the 4-12 Tex- ans' practice squad Dec. 22 after being released from the 49ers' practice unit Dec. 15 … Did not appear in a game for either team. • Lano Hill (2013-16), S, Seattle Se- ahawks: Was placed on injured reserve Oct. 21 with a back injury and missed the rest season for 12-4 Seattle … Lim- ited to just two contests due to the ail- ment, posting 10 tackles with one stop behind the line of scrimmage. • Lavert Hill (2016-19), CB, Philadel- phia Eagles: Signed to the 4-11-1 Ea- gles' practice squad Dec. 8 after Kansas City released him from theirs Nov. 24 … Did not compete in a game with either club this year. • Khaleke Hudson (2016-19), LB, Washington Football Team: Took part in all 16 games (two starts) and racked up 14 tackles, including one on a fake punt he sniffed out and stopped in the team's win at Dallas on Thanksgiving … Recorded two tackles on special teams (no action on defense) in Washington's 31-23 loss to Tampa Bay in the wild card round Jan. 9. • Mo Hurst (2013-17), DT, Las Vegas Raiders: Started three of the 11 con- tests he participated in (missed three with an ankle sprain, one with corona- virus and one with a calf injury) for 8-8 Las Vegas … Recorded 27 tackles, half a sack and one pass defended. • Taylor Lewan (2009-13), OT, Ten- nessee Titans: Tore his ACL on Oct. 18 and missed the rest of 11-5 Tennes- see's season … Prior to the setback, he started all five games at left tackle. • Jourdan Lewis (2010-13), CB, Dallas Cowboys: Started 13 of the 15 games he appeared in for the 6-10 Cowboys, and tallied 59 tackles, seven tackles for loss, two sacks, two passes defended and one fumble recovery. Michael Danna • NFL The Kansas City Chiefs rookie defensive end earned the first start of his professional career in his team's 38-21 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers Jan. 3, posting two tackles. Danna played 61 snaps that afternoon, shattering his previous career high of 40. Chad Henne • NFL The veteran signal-caller helped lead the Kansas City Chiefs to a 22-17 victory over the Cleveland Browns in a divisional playoff game Jan. 17 in his first-ever postseason action, filling in for injured starter Patrick Mahomes. Henne sealed the win with 1:11 remain- ing, delivering a five-yard strike at midfield to wideout Tyreek Hill to convert on fourth-and-inches. Zavier Simpson • NBA G-League The former Wolverine point guard was chosen by the Oklahoma City Blue with the No. 7 overall pick in the G-League Draft Jan. 11. The Blue are an affiliate of the NBA's Oklahoma City Thunder. — Austin Fox HEADLINERS Former Michigan athletes in the news this month

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