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October 2022

The Wolverine: Covering University of Michigan Football and Sports

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OCTOBER 2022 THE WOLVERINE 63   MICHIGAN IN THE PROS • Devin Bush Jr. (2016-18), LB, Pitts- burgh Steelers: Opened both contests for the 1-1 Steelers, recording 9 tackles … Left late in the team's Week 2 loss to the New England Patriots with a foot injury … The severity of the ailment is unknown. • Camaron Cheeseman (2016-19), L S , Wa s h i n g t o n C o m m a n d e r s : Snapped 13 times in two tilts for the 1-1 Commanders. • Frank Clark (2011-14), DE, Kansas City Chiefs: Started two games for the 2-0 Chiefs, notching 3 tackles and 1 hit on the quarterback … His 5 pressures ranked fourth on the team. • Mason Cole (2014-17), OL, Pitts- burgh Steelers: Began both games at center for the 1-1 Steelers. • Nico Collins (2017-19), WR, Hous- ton Texans: Started one of two games for the 0-1-1 Texans … Hauled in 6 re- ceptions on 12 targets for 80 yards. • Mike Danna (2019), DE, Kansas City Chiefs: Came off the bench in both of the 2-0 Chiefs' outings, registering 2 tackles and 1 hit on the quarterback … He was third overall on the team with 8 pressures. • Chris Evans (2016-20), RB, Cincin- nati Bengals: Played one snap on of- fense and 36 on special teams in two tilts for the 0-2 Bengals. • Rashan Gary (2016-18), LB, Green Bay Packers: Opened both contests for the 1-1 Packers, registering 9 tackles, 3 stops for loss and 2 sacks … Gets pres- sure on the opposing quarterback on 13.2 percent of his pass-rush opportu- nities, which is tied for 13th in the NFL, per PFF. • Zach Gentry (2015-18), TE, Pitts- burgh Steelers: Started one of two games for the 1-1 Steelers, reeling in 2 receptions for 40 yards and also con- tributing on special teams. • Graham Glasgow (2011-15), OL, Denver Broncos: Began one of two games at right guard for the 1-1 Texans. • Brandon Graham (2006-09), DE, Philadelphia Eagles: Started both games thus far, totaling 2 tackles … Notched a half-sack in a season-open- ing 38-35 win over the Detroit Lions, which marked his return after missing all but two games last season with an Achilles injury. • Hassan Haskins (2018-21), RB, Tennessee Titans: Came off the bench in both contests for the 0-2 Titans … Notched the first rush and catch of his NFL career in a 41-7 loss to the Buffalo Bills in Week 2 … Carried 9 times for 37 yards and had 1 reception for no gain. • Chad Henne (2004-07), QB, Kansas City Chiefs: Saw time at the end of the 2-0 Chiefs' 44-21 blowout win over the Arizona Cardinals in Week 1, fumbling once but recovering it. • Dax Hill (2019-21), S, Cincinnati Bengals: Played sparingly in each of the 0-2 Bengals' first two contests, not recording any statistics. • Donovan Jeter (2017-21), DT, Washington Commanders: The un- Linebacker Rashan Gary compiled 9 tackles, 3 stops for loss and 2 sacks during the Green Bay Packers' 1-1 start. PHOTO BY EVAN SIEGLE/COURTESY GREEN BAY PACKERS Josh Ross • NFL The Baltimore Ravens linebacker and special teamer was Michi- gan's lone undrafted rookie to make an NFL roster right out of training camp. He's reunited with former U-M defensive coordina- tor Mike Macdonald, who now leads the Ravens' defense, and is playing under head coach John Harbaugh, brother of Wolverine head man Jim Harbaugh. Tim Hardaway Jr. • NBA The Dallas Mavericks guard played in just 42 games during the 2021-22 season before suffering a season-ending foot injury. At his father's Basketball Hall of Fame induction in September, he said he was "feeling good" and ready for training camp, which begins in late September. Aidan Hutchinson • NFL Sports Illustrated's John Pluym named the Detroit Lions rookie defensive end his top star of Week 2. The No. 2 overall pick had 3 sacks of Washington Commanders quarterback Carson Wentz "and was unblockable," per Pluym, who added, "He's a perfect fit in [Lions head coach] Dan Campbell's defense and has the perfect attitude for what Campbell is building in Detroit." — Clayton Sayfie HEADLINERS Former Michigan athletes in the news this month

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