Vols in the NFL – Week 17 Update

Alvin Kamara’s score pushed the New Orleans Saints to victory, 18-10, keeping them in the playoff picture in the NFC. Kamara’s offensive efforts highlighted the 17th week of NFL play for former Tennessee Volunteers.
Kamara, a 2022 Pro Bowl selection, ran for 32 yards, but it was his pass catching that propelled the Saints to victory on the offensive end. Kamara recorded the only touchdown of the game for New Orleans, a 12-yard pass from Taysom Hill. The fifth-year running back finished the day with 68 receiving yards.

Saints RB Alvin Kamara / Credit: UT Athletics

The Saints’ leading receiver in the victory was Marquez Callaway, who made six grabs for 97 yards. The second year wide out has tallied 255 yards in the past three games.
Jalen Reeves-Maybin continues to be on a tear in the Detroit Lions’ second-level. He wrapped up eight tackles against Seattle and now has 20 in the last three contests. In a contract year, Reeves-Maybin has shown out, totaling 70 tackles in 14 games. Lions defensive coordinator Aaron Glenn said last week, “obviously, we want the player back, because he’s a good player.”
Morgan Cox had a strong day for the special teams unit in the Tennessee Titans’ dominating win, 34-3, over Miami. On a cold and rainy day in Nashville, Cox was successful on all 10 snaps (four punts, four extra points, two field goals).
The final week of the regular season comes up next week. Seven players and their teams have clinched a playoff berth, while 13 remain in the hunt coming down to the final week.

Derek Barnett – DE – Eagles
Made two tackles in a win over Washington – clinched playoff

Marquez Callaway – WR – Saints
Caught six passes for 97 yards against Carolina

Justin Coleman – DB – Dolphins
Did not play in the game at Tennessee

Dustin Colquitt – P – Browns
Boomed eight punts for 342 yards and a long of 55 on Monday Night Football

Morgan Cox – LS – Titans
Made 10 snaps in the Titans’ win over Miami, four punts, four PATs and two field goals

Jason Croom – TE – Eagles
Injured Reserve

Joshua Dobbs – QB – Steelers
Injured Reserve

Alex Ellis – TE – Cardinals
Practice Squad

Malik Jackson – DT – Browns
Sarted his 16th game of the season on Monday Night Football

Ja’Wuan James – OL – Ravens
Injured Reserve

Jauan Jennings – WR – 49ers
Had two catches for 25 yards in a victory over Houston

Alexander Johnson – LB – Broncos
Injured Reserve

Jakob Johnson – FB – Patriots
Played 26 offensive snaps in a 50-10 win over Jacksonville

Alvin Kamara – RB – Saints
Gained 68 yards through the air and 32 on the ground in an 18-10 win over Carolina. Caught his fifth receiving touchdown of the season

John Kelly – RB – Browns
Practice Squad

Josh Malone – WR – Packers
Practice Squad

Khalil McKenzie – G/DT – Ravens
Did not play in Sunday’s game against the Rams

Emmanuel Moseley – CB – 49ers
Injured Reserve

Michael Palardy – P – Dolphins
Punted four times for 147 yards against the Titans with one inside the 20

Joshua Palmer – WR – Chargers
Caught three passes for 16 yards in a 34-13 win over the Broncos

Cordarrelle Patterson – WR – Falcons
Tallied 28 yards rushing and 24 receiving in a loss to the Bills

Kyle Phillips – DL – Jets
Placed on the COVID-19 reserve list

Jalen Reeves-Maybin – LB – Lions
Took down eight tackles against Seattle and now has 20 tackles in his last three games

Trey Smith – OL – Chiefs
Saw all 61 offensive snaps in the game at right guard and didn’t allow a sack

Luke Stocker – TE – Vikings
Played in his 11th game of the season against Green Bay on Sunday night

Cameron Sutton – CB – Steelers
Wrapped up two tackles in the win over the Browns

Darrell Taylor – DE – Seahawks
Made one tackle in a 51-29 win over Detroit

Bryce Thompson – CB – Saints
Played in his second career contest against Carolina

Shy Tuttle – DL – Saints
Tallied three tackles against the Panthers

Kendal Vickers – DE – Raiders
Placed on the COVID-19 reserve list

Nigel Warrior – DB – Seahawks
Entered his third game of the season against the Lions

Ethan Wolf – TE – Saints
Placed on the COVID-19 reserve list

-UT Athletics

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