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Eagles In The NFL - Week One




Alex Albright, Dallas, LB
• Recorded two tackles - one solo tackle and one assisted tackle - in the Cowboys' 24-17 win over the Giants.

Josh Beekman, Jacksonville, G
•Saw action in the Jaguars' 26-23 overtime loss to Minnesota.

Ron Brace, New England, DT
•Brace saw action in select defensive situations in a week one win over Tennessee.

Anthony Castonzo, Indianapolis, OT
•Castonzo started at tackle in the loss to the Chicago Bears.

Gosder Cherilus, Detroit, RT
•Cherilus started in a win over St. Louis. Detroit's offensive line allowed only one sack on quarterback Matt Stafford.

Jo-Lonn Dunbar, St. Louis, LB
•Dunbar started in the loss to Detroit and recorded six tackles - five solo tackles and one assisted tackle - and one interception (in the second quarter) in a loss to the Lions. He registered 42 yards on the interception return.

Rob Francois, Green Bay Packers, LB
•Francois had one tackle in the week one loss to San Francisco.

Antonio Garay, San Diego, DE
•Garay is on the Chargers' active roster, but did not play on Monday night.

Matt Hasselbeck, Tennessee, QB
•Hasselbeck played the Titans' two offensive drives in the fourth quarter in their week one loss to the Patriots. He threw for 43 yards on 6-of-11 passing. His longest gain was 14 yards on a pass to Chris Johnson.

Mark Herzlich, New York Giants, LB
•Herzlich played in a defensive sequence and 68 percent of the special teams' sequences in the team's week one loss to Dallas.

Mathias Kiwanuka, New York Giants, LB
•Kiwanuka started for the Giants at linebacker and played 50 percent of the defensive possessions in the team's loss to Dallas. He had one tackle and also played in 23 percent of special teams' situations.

Luke Kuechly, Carolina, LB
•Started and made his NFL debut in Tampa Bay. Kuechly had four tackles - two solo tackles and two assisted tackles - on the defensive end in the Panthers' week one loss to the Buccaneers.

Matt Ryan, Atlanta, QB
•Ryan threw for three touchdowns and rushed for one in the week one win over Kansas City. He threw for 299 yards on 23-of-31 passing and rushed for 25 yards on three attempts.

Chris Snee, New York Giants, OG
•Snee earned the start on the offensive line in the guard position in the defending champions week one loss to rival Dallas Cowboys. Snee played all offensive plays and participated in 14 percent of special teams' situations.

B.J. Raji, Green Bay, DT
•Raji started at nose tackle in the loss against SanFrancisco 49ers. He had one assisted tackle.

Jeremy Trueblood, Tampa Bay, RT
•Trueblood started on the offensive line in the week one win over the Panthers. He helped team gain 130 rushing yards.

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