Vols in the pros: Week 7

Tennessee fans love their former Vols, so lets take a look at how they performed in Week 6 of the NFL season.

Photo by Ben Proffitt.

Tennessee wide receiver #3 Josh Malone warms up before the Vols' game against Missouri in Neyland Stadium on Nov. 19, 2016.

With six players drafted in the 2017 NFL Draft, the contingent of former Vols in the league grew significantly. Let’s take a look at how former Tennessee stars performed during Week 7 of the NFL season.

Baltimore Ravens

Morgan Cox: Cox contributed to the Ravens in their 24-16 loss to the Vikings.

Carolina Panthers

Michael Palardy: Palardy punted the ball five times for an average of 52.6 yards in the Panthers 17-3 loss to the Bears. His longest punt on the day went 59-yards, and he pinned Chicago inside the 20-yard line once.

Cincinnati Bengals

Josh Malone: In his first career game, Malone was targeted once by Andy Dalton in the Bengals 29-14 loss to the Steelers.

Cleveland Browns

Britton Colquitt: In the Browns 12-9 loss to the Titans, Colquitt punted four times for an average of 44.5 yards-per-punt. Colquitt’s longest punt of the day went 53-yards.

Dallas Cowboys

Jason Witten: Witten shined once again, hauling in an impressive one-handed touchdown catch in the Cowboys 40-10 win over the 49ers. On the day, he hauled in four passes for 54 yards.

Detroit Lions

Jalen Reeves-Maybin: The Lions were on a bye week.

Houston Texans

LaTroy Lewis: Lewis is currently on the Texans practice squad, but with the recent injuries to the Houston defense, he could be placed on the active roster this week.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Malik Jackson: In the Jaguars 27-0 win over the Colts, Jackson had three tackles, 1.5 sacks, 1.5 tackles-for-loss and two quarterback hits.

Mychal Rivera: Rivera did not record any stats in the Jaguars win over the Colts.

Kansas City Chiefs

Tyler Bray: Bray was inactive in the Chiefs loss to the Raiders.

Eric Berry: Berry is out for the season after he ruptured his Achilles tendon in the Chiefs Week 1 win over the Patriots.

Zach Fulton: Started for the Chiefs at center in Kansas City’s 31-30 loss to the Raiders. Fulton was selected as one of the team’s captains for Kansas City.

Dustin Colquitt: Punted three times for an average of 45.7 yards in the Chiefs loss to the Raiders. Colquitt pinned the Steelers within the 20-yard line three times, and had a long of 56-yards.

Miami Dolphins

Ja’Wuan James: Started at tackle for the Dolphins in their 31-28 win over the Jets.

New Orleans Saints

Alvin Kamara: In the Saints 26-17 win over the Packers, Kamara rushed the ball nine times for 57 yards. Kamara rushed for 6.3-yards-per-carry while hauling in five passes for 50 yards.

New York Giants

Jordan Williams: Williams is currently on the Giants practice squad.

Oakland Raiders

Cordarrelle Patterson: Caught just one pass for 9-yards, but returned one kicked for 19-yards in the Raiders 31-30 win over the Chiefs.

James Stone: Stone is currently on the Raiders practice squad

Philadelphia Eagles

Derek Barnett: Barnett had a big show showing on Monday Night Football in the Eagles 31-24 win over the Redskins. The rookie finished with two sacks, three tackles-for-loss and two quarterback hits.

Pittsburgh Steelers

Joshua Dobbs: Dobbs was inactive on Sunday afternoon for Pittsburgh’s 29-14 win over the Bengals.

Ramon Foster: Foster started at left guard in Pittsburgh’s 29-14 win over the Bengals.

Justin Hunter: Hunter was inactive on Sunday afternoon for Pittsburgh’s 29-14 win over the Bengals.

Daniel McCullers: McCullers did not record any stats in Pittsburgh’s 29-14 win over the Bengals.

Cam Sutton: Sutton is on the injured reserve list with a hamstring injury.

Seattle Seahawks

Justin Coleman: In the Seahawks 24-7 win over the Giants, Coleman recorded five tackles and broke up one pass.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Robert Ayers: Recorded two tackles, two quarterback hits and one sack in the Buccaneers 30-27 loss to the Bills.

Austin Johnson: Johnson is currently on the Bucs practice squad.

Luke Stocker: Did not record any stats in the Buccaneers 30-27 loss to the Bills.

Photo by Ben Proffitt.