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2017 Regular Season stats for WVU players in the NFL

With the 2017 NFL Regular Season complete, we take a look at how your favorite WVU players performed this season with a few notes at the end.

Tavon Austin, Rams – 13 receptions, 47 yards, 0 touchdowns (all career lows) / 59 carries, 270 yards, 1 TD

Will Clarke, Bucs – 12 tackles, 2.5 sacks

Rasul Douglas, Eagles – 25 tackles, 2 INTs

Terence Garvin, Seahawks – 25 tackles, 1 sack, 2 forced fumbles (all career highs)

Shelton Gibson, Eagles – 2 catches, 11 yards, 1 tackle

Najee Goode, Eagles – 22 tackles (career high)

Bruce Irvin, Raiders – 58 tackles, 8 sacks (both career highs), 4 forced fumbles, 3 pass deflections

Adam Jones, Bengals – 23 tackles, 1 INT, 4 pass deflections / 6 punt returns, 131 yards

Karl Joseph, Raiders – 79 tackles (career high), 1 sack, 1 forced fumble, 4 pass deflections

Nick Kwiatkoski, Bears – 49 tackles, 2 sacks (career highs)

Charles Sims, Bucs – 21 carries, 95 yards (career lows) / 35 catches, 249 yards, 1 touchdown

Wendell Smallwood, Eagles – 47 carries, 174 yards, 1 touchdown / 13 catches, 103 yards

Geno Smith, Giants – 21 for 36 passing, 212 yards, 1 touchdown

Keith Tandy, Bucs – 26 tackles

Daryl Worley, Panthers – 64 tackles, 1 sack, 2 INTs

– Players in the NFL Playoffs: Tavon Austin, Daryl Worley, Najee Goode, Shelton Gibson, Rasul Douglas, Wendell Smallwood, Quinton Spain

– Kevin White and J.T. Thomas did not play this season and were on Injured Reserve. The Bengals placed Adam Jones on IR in December.

 



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