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BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK 15 UPDATE
12:13 P.M., TUESDAY, Dec. 16, 2014


PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 15
SEASON UPDATE
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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (5-9)
NFL Experience:
12th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED
2/2 FG, long of 28 yds
2/2 PAT
L, 20-27 vs. Pittsburgh

14 GP
25/28 FG, long of 54 yds
37/37 PAT

DEMETRI GOODSON

CB | Green Bay Packers (10-4)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2011-13

PLAYED
No Stats
L, 13-21 at Buffalo

4 GP, 0 GS
3 Tackles

JOSH GORDON

WR | Cleveland Browns (7-7)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
3 Receptions for 48 yds.
AVG. 16, Long 32 yds.
L, 0-30 vs. Cincinnati

4 GP, 4 GS
20 Receptions for 258 yds. AVG. 12.9 Long 32 yds.

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QB | Washington Redskins (3-11)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

PLAYED
18-of-27, 236 yds, 1 TD
66.7 CMP%
106.4 QBR
5 rushes, 46 yds.
L, 13-24 at New York Giants

7 GP, 5 GS
104-of-150, 1,138 yds
3 TDs, 3 INTs, 69.3 CMP%
89.8 QBR
27 rushes, 146 yds, 0 TDs
CYRIL RICHARDSON

OG | BUFFALO BILLS (8-6)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-13

PLAYED
No Stats
W, 21-13 vs. Green Bay

10 GP, 4 GS
No Stats
PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (7-7)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
L, 0-30 vs. Cincinnati

5 GP, 4 GS
10 Total Tackles, 4 Assisted Tackles, 1 Pass Deflected

J.D. WALTON

C | New York Giants (5-9)
NFL Experience:
5th Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

STARTED
No Stats
W, 24-13 vs. Washington

14 GP, 14 GS
No Stats
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (7-7)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
No Stats
L, 10-17 at Indianapolis
14 GP
2 Tackles

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

WR | Dallas Cowboys (10-4)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-12

STARTED
2 receptions for 19 yds.
AVG 9.5 Long 11
W, 38-27 at Philadelphia

14 GP, 14 GS
32 receptions, 501 yds
AVG 15.7, Long 47
6 TDs

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (2-12)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
L, 11-16 vs. New York Jets

12 GP, 10 GS
51 receptions, 633 yds
AVG 12.4 Long 48
5 TDs
3 rushes for 44 yds.
AVG 14.7 Long 38


BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK 14 UPDATE
4:01 P.M., TUESDAY, Dec. 9, 2014


Photo Credit Geoff Burke - USA TODAY Sports

PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 14
SEASON UPDATE
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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (5-8)
NFL Experience:
12th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED
1/2 FG, long of 50 yds
4/4 PAT
L, 37-43 at Green Bay

13 GP
23/26 FG, long of 54 yds
35/35 PAT

DEMETRI GOODSON

CB | Green Bay Packers (10-3)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2011-13

PLAYED
1 Tackle
W, 43-37 vs. Atlanta

3 GP, 0 GS
3 Tackles

JOSH GORDON

WR | Cleveland Browns (7-6)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
2 Receptions for 15 yds.
AVG. 7.5, Long 9 yds.
L, 24-25 vs. Indianapolis

3 GP, 3 GS
17 Receptions for 210 yds. AVG. 12.4 Long 24 yds.

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QB | Washington Redskins (3-10)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

PLAYED
3-of-4, 75 yds
75.0 CMP%
99.0 QBR
L, 0-24 vs. St. Louis

6 GP, 5 GS
86-of-123, 902 yds
2 TDs, 3 INTs, 69.9 CMP%
86.2 QBR
22 rushes, 100 yds, 0 TDs
CYRIL RICHARDSON

OG | BUFFALO BILLS (7-6)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-13

PLAYED
No Stats
L, 17-24 at Denver

9 GP, 4 GS
No Stats
PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (7-6)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
L, 24-25 vs. Indianapolis

5 GP, 4 GS
10 Total Tackles, 4 Assisted Tackles, 1 Pass Deflected

J.D. WALTON

C | New York Giants (4-9)
NFL Experience:
5th Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

STARTED
No Stats
W, 36-27 at Tennessee

13 GP, 13 GS
No Stats
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (7-6)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
No Stats
W, 27-13 at Jacksonville
13 GP
2 Tackles

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

WR | Dallas Cowboys (9-4)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-12

STARTED
No Stats
W, 41-28 at Chicago

13 GP, 13 GS
30 receptions, 482 yds
AVG 16.1, Long 47
6 TDs

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (2-11)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
L, 7-26 vs. New York Giants

12 GP, 10 GS
51 receptions, 633 yds
AVG 12.4 Long 48
5 TDs
3 rushes for 44 yds.
AVG 14.7 Long 38


BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK 13 UPDATE
2:22 P.M., TUESDAY, Dec. 2, 2014


PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 13
SEASON UPDATE
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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (5-7)
NFL Experience:
12th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED
5/5 FG, long of 45 yds
2/2 PAT
W, 29-18 vs. Arizona

12 GP
22/24 FG, long of 54 yds
31/31 PAT

AHMAD DIXON

S | Chicago Bears (5-7)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2010-13

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
L, 17-34 at Detroit

5 GP, 0 GS
3 tackles, 1 Fumble Recovery

DEMETRI GOODSON

CB | Green Bay Packers (9-3)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2011-13

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
W, 26-21 vs. New England

2 GP, 0 GS
2 Tackles

JOSH GORDON

WR | Cleveland Browns (7-5)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
7 Receptions for 75 yds.
AVG. 10.7, Long 18 yds.
L, 10-26 at Buffalo

2 GP, 2 GS
15 Receptions for 195 yds. AVG. 13.0 Long 24 yds.

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/headshot/B/R/Y/BRY500226.jpg ROBERT GRIFFIN III

QB | Washington Redskins (3-9)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
L, 27-49 at Indianapolis

5 GP, 5 GS
83-of-119, 869 yds
2 TDs, 3 INTs, 69.7 CMP%
85.7 QBR
22 rushes, 100 yds, 0 TDs
CYRIL RICHARDSON

OG | BUFFALO BILLS (7-5)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-13

PLAYED
No Stats
W, 26-10 vs. Cleveland

8 GP, 4 GS
No Stats
PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (7-5)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
L, 10-26 at Buffalo

5 GP, 4 GS
10 Total Tackles, 4 Assisted Tackles, 1 Pass Deflected

J.D. WALTON

C | New York Giants (3-9)
NFL Experience:
5th Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

STARTED
No Stats
L, 24-25 at Jacksonville

12 GP, 12 GS
No Stats
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (6-6)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
No Stats
W, 45-21 vs. Tennessee
12 GP
2 Tackles

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

WR | Dallas Cowboys (8-4)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-12

STARTED
2 receptions for 38 yds
AVG 19.0 Long 20
L, 10-33 vs. Philadelphia

12 GP, 12 GS
30 receptions, 482 yds
AVG 16.1, Long 47
6 TDs

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (2-10)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
7 receptions for 132 yds
AVG 18.9 Long 36, 1 TD
L, 21-45 at Houston

12 GP, 10 GS
51 receptions, 633 yds
AVG 12.4 Long 48
5 TDs
3 rushes for 44 yds.
AVG 14.7 Long 38


BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK 12 UPDATE
10:49 P.M., TUESDAY, Nov. 25, 2014


PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 12
SEASON UPDATE
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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (4-7)
NFL Experience:
12th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED
1/1 FG, long of 53 yds
3/3 PAT
L, 24-26 vs. Cleveland

11 GP
17/19 FG, long of 54 yds
29/29 PAT

AHMAD DIXON

S | Chicago Bears (5-6)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2010-13

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
W, 21-13 vs. Tampa Bay

5 GP, 0 GS
3 tackles, 1 Fumble Recovery

DEMETRI GOODSON

CB | Green Bay Packers (8-3)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2011-13

PLAYED
2 tackles
W, 24-21 at Minnesota

2 GP, 0 GS
2 Tackles

JOSH GORDON

WR | Cleveland Browns (7-4)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
8 Receptions for 120 yds.
AVG. 15.0, Long 24 yds.
W, 26-24 at Atlanta

1 GP, 1 GS
8 Receptions for 120 yds. AVG. 15.0 Long 24 yds.

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/headshot/B/R/Y/BRY500226.jpg ROBERT GRIFFIN III

QB | Washington Redskins (3-8)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
11-of-19, 106 yds
57.9 CMP%
73.6 QBR
4 rushes, 11 yds
L, 13-17 at San Francisco

5 GP, 5 GS
83-of-119, 869 yds
2 TDs, 3 INTs, 69.7 CMP%
85.7 QBR
22 rushes, 100 yds, 0 TDs
CYRIL RICHARDSON

OG | BUFFALO BILLS (6-5)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-13

PLAYED
No Stats
W, 38-3 vs. New York Jets

7 GP, 4 GS
No Stats
PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (7-4)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
W, 26-24 at Atlanta

5 GP, 4 GS
10 Total Tackles, 4 Assisted Tackles, 1 Pass Deflected

J.D. WALTON

C | New York Giants (3-8)
NFL Experience:
5th Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

STARTED
No Stats
L, 28-31 vs. Dallas

11 GP, 11 GS
No Stats
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (5-6)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
No Stats
L, 13-22 vs. Cincinnati
11 GP
2 Tackles

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

WR | Dallas Cowboys (8-3)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-12

STARTED
1 reception, 18 yds
AVG 18.0 Long 18
W, 31-28 at New York Giants

11 GP, 11 GS
28 receptions, 444 yds
AVG 15.9, Long 47
6 TDs

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (2-9)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
1 reception, 28 yds
AVG 28.0 Long 28
L, 24-43 at Philadelphia

11 GP, 9 GS
44 receptions, 501 yds
AVG 11.4 Long 48
4 TDs
3 rushes for 44 yds.
AVG 14.7 Long 38


BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK 11 UPDATE
3:49 P.M., TUESDAY, Nov. 18, 2014


PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 11
SEASON UPDATE
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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (4-6)
NFL Experience:
12th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED
4/4 FG, long of 44 yds
1/1 PAT
W, 19-17 at Carolina

10 GP
16/18 FG, long of 54 yds
26/26 PAT

AHMAD DIXON

S | Chicago Bears (4-6)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2010-13

PLAYED
1 Tackle
W, 21-13 vs. Minnesota

5 GP, 0 GS
3 tackles, 1 Fumble Recovery

DEMETRI GOODSON

CB | Green Bay Packers (7-3)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2011-13

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
W, 53-20 vs. Philadelphia

1 GP, 0 GS
No Stats

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/headshot/B/R/Y/BRY500226.jpg ROBERT GRIFFIN III

QB | Washington Redskins (3-7)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
23-of-32, 207 yds
1 TDs, 2 INTs, 71.9 CMP%
73.3 QBR
6 rushes, 41 yds
L, 7-27 vs. Tampa Bay

4 GP, 4 GS
72-of-100, 763 yds
2 TDs, 3 INTs, 72.0 CMP%
88 QBR
18 rushes, 89 yds, 0 TDs
CYRIL RICHARDSON

OG | BUFFALO BILLS (5-5)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-13

PLAYED
No Stats
L, 9-22 at Miami

6 GP, 4 GS
No Stats
PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (6-4)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
W, 23-7 vs. Houston

5 GP, 4 GS
10 Total Tackles, 4 Assisted Tackles, 1 Pass Deflected

J.D. WALTON

C | New York Giants (3-7)
NFL Experience:
5th Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

STARTED
No Stats
L, 10-16 vs. San Francisco

10 GP, 10 GS
No Stats
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (5-5)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
No Stats
W, 23-7 at Cleveland
10 GP
2 Tackles

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

WR | Dallas Cowboys (7-3)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-12

DID NOT PLAY
BYE

10 GP, 10 GS
27 receptions, 426 yds
AVG 15.8, Long 47
6 TDs

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (2-8)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

PLAYED
4 receptions, 70 yds
AVG 17.5 Long 23
L, 24-27 vs. Pittsburgh

10 GP, 8 GS
43 receptions, 473 yds
AVG 11.0 Long 48
4 TDs
3 rushes for 44 yds.
AVG 14.7 Long 38


BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK 10 UPDATE
3:01 P.M., TUESDAY, Nov. 11, 2014


Photo Credit Matthew Emmons - USA TODAY Sports

PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 10
SEASON UPDATE
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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (3-6)
NFL Experience:
12th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED
4/4 FG, long of 44 yds
1/1 PAT
W, 27-17 vs. Tampa Bay

9 GP
12/14 FG, long of 54 yds
25/25 PAT

AHMAD DIXON

S | Chicago Bears (3-6)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2010-13

PLAYED
1 Tackle
L, 14-55 at Green Bay

4 GP, 0 GS
2 tackles, 1 Fumble Recovery

DEMETRI GOODSON

CB | Green Bay Packers (6-3)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2011-13

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
W, 55-14 vs. Chicago

1 GP, 0 GS
No Stats

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/headshot/B/R/Y/BRY500226.jpg ROBERT GRIFFIN III

QB | Washington Redskins (3-6)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

DID NOT PLAY
BYE

3 GP, 3 GS
49-of-68, 556 yds
1 TDs, 1 INTs, 72.1 CMP%
95 QBR
12 rushes, 48 yds, 0 TDs
CYRIL RICHARDSON

OG | BUFFALO BILLS (5-4)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-13

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
L, 13-17 vs. Kansas City

5 GP, 4 GS
No Stats
PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (6-3)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
3 Tackles, 1 Pass Deflected
W, 24-3 at Cincinnati

5 GP, 4 GS
10 Total Tackles, 4 Assisted Tackles, 1 Pass Deflected

J.D. WALTON

C | New York Giants (3-6)
NFL Experience:
5th Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

STARTED
No Stats
L, 17-38 at Seattle

9 GP, 9 GS
No Stats
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (4-5)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

DID NOT PLAY
BYE
9 GP
2 Tackles

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

WR | Dallas Cowboys (7-3)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-12

STARTED
No Stats
W, 31-17 at Jacksonville

10 GP, 10 GS
27 receptions, 426 yds
AVG 15.8, Long 47
6 TDs

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (2-7)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
4 receptions, 53 yds
AVG 13.3 Long 20
1 rush for 1 yd.
AVG 1.0 Long 1
L, 7-21 at Baltimore

9 GP, 8 GS
39 receptions, 403 yds
AVG 10.3 Long 48
4 TDs
3 rushes for 44 yds.
AVG 14.7 Long 38


BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK 9 UPDATE
3:49 P.M., TUESDAY, Nov. 4, 2014


PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 9
SEASON UPDATE
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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (2-6)
NFL Experience:
12th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

DID NOT PLAY
BYE

8 GP
8/10 FG, long of 54 yds
24/24 PAT

AHMAD DIXON

S | Chicago Bears (3-5)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2010-13

DID NOT PLAY
BYE

3 GP, 0 GS
1 tackle, 1 Fumble Recovery

DEMETRI GOODSON

CB | Green Bay Packers (5-3)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2011-13

DID NOT PLAY
BYE

1 GP, 0 GS
No Stats

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/headshot/B/R/Y/BRY500226.jpg ROBERT GRIFFIN III

QB | Washington Redskins (3-6)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
18-of-28, 251 yds
1 TDs, 1 INTs, 64.3 CMP%
90 QBR
7 rushes, 24 yds
L, 26-29 at Minnesota

3 GP, 3 GS
49-of-68, 556 yds
1 TDs, 1 INTs, 72.1 CMP%
95 QBR
12 rushes, 48 yds, 0 TDs
CYRIL RICHARDSON

OG | BUFFALO BILLS (5-3)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-13

DID NOT PLAY
BYE

5 GP, 4 GS
No Stats
PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (5-3)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
W, 22-17 vs. Tampa Bay

4 GP, 3 GS
7 Total Tackles, 3 Assisted Tackles

J.D. WALTON

C | New York Giants (3-5)
NFL Experience:
5th Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

STARTED
No Stats
L, 24-40, vs. Indianapolis

8 GP, 8 GS
No Stats
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (4-5)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
No Stats
L, 21-31 vs. Philadelphia
9 GP
2 Tackles

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

WR | Dallas Cowboys (6-3)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-12

STARTED
2 Receptions for 19 yds.
AVG 9.5 Long 11
L, 17-28 vs. Arizona

9 GP, 9 GS
27 receptions, 426 yds
AVG 15.8, Long 47
6 TDs

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (2-6)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

DID NOT PLAY
BYE

8 GP, 7 GS
35 receptions, 350 yds
AVG 10.0 Long 48
4 TDs
2 rushes for 43 yds.
AVG 21.5 Long 38


BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK 8 UPDATE
3:08 P.M., TUESDAY, Oct. 28, 2014


Photo Credit Jason Bridge - USA TODAY Sports

PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 8
SEASON UPDATE
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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (2-6)
NFL Experience:
12th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED
3/3 PAT
L, 21-22 vs. Detroit

8 GP
8/10 FG, long of 54 yds
24/24 PAT

AHMAD DIXON

S | Chicago Bears (3-5)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2010-13

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
L, 23-51 at New England

3 GP, 0 GS
1 tackle, 1 Fumble Recovery

DEMETRI GOODSON

CB | Green Bay Packers (5-3)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2011-13

PLAYED
No Stats
L, 23-44 at New Orleans

1 GP, 0 GS
No Stats

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/headshot/B/R/Y/BRY500226.jpg ROBERT GRIFFIN III

QB | Washington Redskins (3-5)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
W, 20-17 at Dallas

2 GP, 2 GS
31-of-40, 305 yds
0 TDs, 0 INTs, 77.5 CMP%
98.4 QBR
5 rushes, 24 yds, 0 TDs
CYRIL RICHARDSON

OG | BUFFALO BILLS (5-3)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-13

PLAYED
No Stats
W, 43-23 at New York Jets

5 GP, 4 GS
No Stats
PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (4-3)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
W, 23-13 vs. Oakland

4 GP, 3 GS
7 Total Tackles, 3 Assisted Tackles

J.D. WALTON

C | New York Giants (3-4)
NFL Experience:
5th Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

DID NOT PLAY
BYE

7 GP, 7 GS
No Stats
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (4-4)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
No Stats
W, 30-16 at Tennessee
8 GP
2 Tackles

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

WR | Dallas Cowboys (6-2)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-12

STARTED
6 Receptions for 69 yds.
AVG 11.5 Long 18
L, 17-20 vs. Washington

8 GP, 8 GS
25 receptions, 407 yds
AVG 16.3, Long 47
6 TDs

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (2-6)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

PLAYED
3 receptions for 53 yds.
AVG 17.7 Long 48
L, 16-30 vs. Houston

8 GP, 7 GS
35 receptions, 350 yds
AVG 10.0 Long 48
4 TDs
2 rushes for 43 yds.
AVG 21.5 Long 38


BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK 7 UPDATE
3:33 P.M., TUESDAY, Oct. 21, 2014


PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 7
SEASON UPDATE
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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (2-5)
NFL Experience:
12th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED
1/1 PAT
0/1 FGs
L, 7-29 at Baltimore

7 GP
8/10 FG, long of 54 yds
21/21 PAT

AHMAD DIXON

S | Chicago Bears (3-4)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2010-13

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
L, 14-27 vs. Miami

3 GP, 0 GS
1 tackle, 1 Fumble Recovery

DEMETRI GOODSON

CB | Green Bay Packers (5-2)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2011-13

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
W, 38-17 vs. Carolina

0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/headshot/B/R/Y/BRY500226.jpg ROBERT GRIFFIN III

QB | Washington Redskins (2-5)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
W, 19-17 vs. Tennessee

2 GP, 2 GS
31-of-40, 305 yds
0 TDs, 0 INTs, 77.5 CMP%
98.4 QBR
5 rushes, 24 yds, 0 TDs
CYRIL RICHARDSON

OG | BUFFALO BILLS (4-3)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-13

STARTED
No Stats
W, 17-16 vs. Minnessota

4 GP, 4 GS
No Stats
PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (3-3)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
L, 6-24 at Jacksonville

4 GP, 3 GS
7 Total Tackles, 3 Assisted Tackles

J.D. WALTON

C | New York Giants (3-4)
NFL Experience:
5th Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

STARTED
No Stats
L, 21-31 at Dallas

7 GP, 7 GS
No Stats
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (3-4)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
No Stats
L, 23-30 at Pittsburgh
7 GP
2 Tackles

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

WR | Dallas Cowboys (6-1)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-12

STARTED
1 Reception for 18 yds., 1 TD
AVG 18.0 Long 18
W, 31-21 vs. New York Giants

7 GP, 7 GS
19 receptions, 338 yds
AVG 17.8, Long 47
6 TDs

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (2-5)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
6 receptions for 68 yds., 1 TD
AVG 11.3 Long 16
L, 17-19 at Washington

7 GP, 7 GS
32 receptions, 297 yds
AVG 9.3 Long 28
4 TDs
2 rushes for 43 yds.
AVG 21.5 Long 38


BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK 6 UPDATE
2:59 P.M., TUESDAY, Oct. 14, 2014


PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 6
SEASON UPDATE
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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (2-4)
NFL Experience:
12th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED
1/1 PAT
2/2 FGs, Long of 54
L, 13-27 vs. Chicago

6 GP
8/9 FG, long of 54 yds
20/20 PAT

AHMAD DIXON

S | Chicago Bears (3-3)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2010-13

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
W, 27-13 at Atlanta

3 GP, 0 GS
1 tackle, 1 Fumble Recovery

DEMETRI GOODSON

CB | Green Bay Packers (4-2)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2011-13

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
W, 27-24 at Miami

0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats

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QB | Washington Redskins (1-5)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
L, 20-30 at Arizona

2 GP, 2 GS
31-of-40, 305 yds
0 TDs, 0 INTs, 77.5 CMP%
98.4 QBR
5 rushes, 24 yds, 0 TDs
CYRIL RICHARDSON

OG | BUFFALO BILLS (3-3)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-13

STARTED
No Stats
L, 22-37 vs. New England

3 GP, 3 GS
No Stats
PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (3-2)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
W, 31-10 vs. Pittsburgh

4 GP, 3 GS
7 Total Tackles, 3 Assisted Tackles

J.D. WALTON

C | New York Giants (3-3)
NFL Experience:
5th Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

STARTED
No Stats
L, 0-27 at Philadelphia

6 GP, 6 GS
No Stats
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (3-3)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
No Stats
L, 28-33 vs. Indianapolis
6 GP
2 Tackles

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

WR | Dallas Cowboys (5-1)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-12

STARTED
2 Receptions for 70 yds.
AVG 35.0 Long 47
W, 30-23 at Seattle

6 GP, 6 GS
18 receptions, 320 yds
AVG 17.8, Long 47
5 TDs

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (2-4)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
1 reception for 6 yds.
AVG 6.0 Long 6
W, 16-14 vs. Jacksonville

6 GP, 6 GS
26 receptions, 229 yds
AVG 8.8 Long 28
3 TDs
2 rushes for 43 yds.
AVG 21.5 Long 38


BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK 5 UPDATE
2:20 P.M., TUESDAY, Oct. 7, 2014


PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 5
SEASON UPDATE
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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (2-3)
NFL Experience:
12th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED
2/2 PAT
2/2 FGs, Long of 20
L, 20-30 at New York Giants

5 GP
6/7 FG, long of 52 yds
19/19 PAT

AHMAD DIXON

S | Chicago Bears (2-3)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2010-13

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
L, 24-31 at Carolina

3 GP, 0 GS
1 tackle, 1 Fumble Recovery

DEMETRI GOODSON

CB | Green Bay Packers (3-2)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2011-13

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
W, 42-10 vs. Minnesota

0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats

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QB | Washington Redskins (1-4)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
L, 17-27 vs. Seattle

2 GP, 2 GS
31-of-40, 305 yds
0 TDs, 0 INTs, 77.5 CMP%
98.4 QBR
5 rushes, 24 yds, 0 TDs
CYRIL RICHARDSON

OG | BUFFALO BILLS (3-2)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-13

STARTED
No Stats
W, 17-14 at Detroit

2 GP, 2 GS
No Stats
PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (2-2)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
1 Tackle
W, 29-28 at Tennessee

4 GP, 3 GS
7 Total Tackles, 3 Assisted Tackles

J.D. WALTON

C | New York Giants (3-2)
NFL Experience:
5th Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

STARTED
No Stats
W, 30-20 vs. Atlanta

5 GP, 5 GS
No Stats
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (3-2)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
1 tackle
L, 17-20 at Dallas
5 GP
2 Tackles

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

WR | Dallas Cowboys (4-1)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-12

STARTED
2 Receptions for 71 yds., 1 TD
AVG 35.5 Long 43
W, 20-17 vs. Houston

5 GP, 5 GS
16 receptions, 250 yds
AVG 15.6, Long 43
5 TDs

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (1-4)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
6 receptions for 47 yds., 2 TDs
AVG 7.8 Long 16
2 rushes for 43 yds.
AVG 21.5 Long 38
L, 28-29 vs. Cleveland

5 GP, 5 GS
25 receptions, 223 yds
AVG 8.9 Long 28
3 TDs
2 rushes for 43 yds.
AVG 21.5 Long 38


BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK 4 UPDATE
1:41 P.M., TUESDAY, SEP. 30, 2014


PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 4
SEASON UPDATE
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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (2-2)
NFL Experience:
12th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED
4/4 PAT
L, 28-41 at Minnesota

4 GP
4/5 FG, long of 52 yds
17/17 PAT

AHMAD DIXON

S | Chicago Bears (2-2)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2010-13

PLAYED
No Stats
L, 17-38 vs. Chicago

3 GP, 0 GS
1 tackle, 1 Fumble Recovery

DEMETRI GOODSON

CB | Green Bay Packers (2-2)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2011-13

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
W, 38-17 at Chicago

0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/headshot/B/R/Y/BRY500226.jpg ROBERT GRIFFIN III

QB | Washington Redskins (1-3)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
L, 14-45 vs. New York Giants

2 GP, 2 GS
31-of-40, 305 yds
0 TDs, 0 INTs, 77.5 CMP%
98.4 QBR
5 rushes, 24 yds, 0 TDs
CYRIL RICHARDSON

OG | BUFFALO BILLS (2-2)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-13

STARTED
No Stats
L, 17-23 at Houston

1 GP, 1 GS
No Stats
PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (1-2)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
BYE

3 GP, 2 GS
6 Total Tackles, 3 Assisted Tackles

J.D. WALTON

C | New York Giants (2-2)
NFL Experience:
5th Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

STARTED
No Stats
W, 45-14 at Washington

4 GP, 4 GS
No Stats
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (3-1)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
No Stats
W, 23-17 vs. Buffalo
4 GP
1 Tackle

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

WR | Dallas Cowboys (3-1)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-12

STARTED
6 Receptions for 77 yds., 2 TDs
AVG 12.8 Long 23
W, 38-17 vs. New Orleans

4 GP, 4 GS
14 receptions, 179 yds
AVG 12.8, Long 23
4 TDs

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (1-3)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
5 receptions for 55 yds.
AVG 11.0 Long 18
L, 17-41 at Indianapolis

4 GP, 4 GS
19 receptions, 176 yds
AVG 9.3 Long 28
1 TD


BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK 3 UPDATE
3:03 P.M., TUESDAY, SEP. 23, 2014


Photo Credit Anthony Gruppuso - USA TODAY Sports

PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 3
SEASON UPDATE
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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (2-1)
NFL Experience:
12th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED
0/1 FG
8/8 PAT
W, 56-14 vs. Tampa Bay

3 GP
4/5 FG, long of 52 yds
13/13 PAT

AHMAD DIXON

S | Chicago Bears (2-1)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2010-13

PLAYED
1 tackle, 1 Fumble Recovery
W, 27-19 at New York Jets

2 GP, 0 GS
1 tackle, 1 Fumble Recovery

DEMETRI GOODSON

CB | Green Bay Packers (1-2)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2011-13

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
L, 7-19 at Detroit

0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/headshot/B/R/Y/BRY500226.jpg ROBERT GRIFFIN III

QB | Washington Redskins (1-2)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
L, 34-37 at Philadelphia

2 GP, 2 GS
31-of-40, 305 yds
0 TDs, 0 INTs, 77.5 CMP%
98.4 QBR
5 rushes, 24 yds, 0 TDs
CYRIL RICHARDSON

OG | BUFFALO BILLS (2-1)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-13

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
L, 10-22 vs. San Diego

0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats
PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (1-2)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
3 Tackles,
2 Solo tackles, 1 assisted tackle
L, 21-23 vs. Baltimore

3 GP, 2 GS
6 Total Tackles, 3 Assisted Tackle

J.D. WALTON

C | New York Giants (1-2)
NFL Experience:
5th Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

STARTED
No Stats
W, 30-17 vs. Houston

3 GP, 3 GS
No Stats
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (2-1)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
1 Tackle
L, 17-30 at New York Giants
3 GP
1 Tackle

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

WR | Dallas Cowboys (2-1)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-12

STARTED
2 Receptions for 32 yds., 1 TD
AVG 16.0 Long 20
W, 34-31 at St. Louis

3 GP, 3 GS
8 receptions, 102 yds
AVG 12.8, Long 21
2 TDs

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (1-2)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
5 receptions for 44 yds.
AVG 8.8 Long 28
L, 7-33 at Cincinnati

3 GP, 3 GS
14 receptions, 121 yds
AVG 8.6 Long 28
1 TD


BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK 2 UPDATE
2:46 P.M., TUESDAY, SEP. 16, 2014

PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 2
SEASON UPDATE
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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (1-1)
NFL Experience:
12th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED
1/1 FG
1/1 PAT
L, 10-24 at Cincinnati

2 GP
4/4 FG, long of 52 yds
5/5 PAT

AHMAD DIXON

S | Chicago Bears (1-1)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2010-13

PLAYED
No Stats
W, 28-20 at San Francisco

1 GP, 0 GS
No Stats

DEMETRI GOODSON

CB | Green Bay Packers (1-1)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2011-13

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
W, 31-24 vs. New York Jets

0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/headshot/B/R/Y/BRY500226.jpg ROBERT GRIFFIN III

QB | Washington Redskins (1-1)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
2-of-3, 38 yds, 66.7 CMP%, 109.7 QBR
2 rushes, 22 yds.
W, 41-10 vs. Jacksonville

2 GP, 2 GS
31-of-40, 305 yds
0 TDs, 0 INTs, 77.5 CMP%
98.4 QBR
5 rushes, 24 yds, 0 TDs
CYRIL RICHARDSON

OG | BUFFALO BILLS (2-0)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-13

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
W, 29-10 vs. Miami

0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats
PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (1-1)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

PLAYED
1 Tackle,
1 assisted tackle
W, 26-24 vs. New Orleans

2 GP, 1 GS
3 Total Tackles, 2 Assisted Tackle

J.D. WALTON

C | New York Giants (0-2)
NFL Experience:
5th Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

STARTED
No Stats
L, 14-25 vs. Arizona

2 GP, 2 GS
No Stats
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (2-0)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
No Stats
W, 30-14 at Oakland
2 GP
No Stats

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

WR | Dallas Cowboys (1-1)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-12

STARTED
2 Receptions for 20 yds.
AVG 10.0 Long 12
W, 26-10 at Tennessee

2 GP, 2 GS
6 receptions, 70 yds
AVG 11.7, Long 21
1 TD

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (1-1)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
3 receptions for 31 yds.
AVG 10.3 Long 12
L, 10-26 vs. Dallas

2 GP, 2 GS
9 receptions, 77 yds
AVG 8.6 Long 14
1 TD


BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK 1 UPDATE
3:21 P.M., TUESDAY, SEP. 9, 2014

PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 1
SEASON UPDATE
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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (1-0)
NFL Experience:
12th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED
3/3 FG
4/4 PAT
W, 37-34 vs. New Orleans

1 GP
3/3 FG, long of 52 yds
4/4 PAT

DEMETRI GOODSON

CB | Green Bay Packers (0-1)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2011-13

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
L, 16-36 at Seattle

0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/headshot/B/R/Y/BRY500226.jpg ROBERT GRIFFIN III

QB | Washington Redskins (0-1)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
29-of-37, 267 yds, 78.4 CMP%, 96.7 QBR
3 rushes, 2 yds.
L, 6-17 at Houston

1 GP, 1 GS
29-of-37, 267 yds
0 TDs, 0 INTs, 78.4 CMP%
96.7 QBR
3 rushes, 2 yds, 0 TDs
CYRIL RICHARDSON

OG | BUFFALO BILLS (1-0)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-13

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
W, 23-20 at Chicago

0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats
PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (0-1)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
2 Tackles,
1 solo tackle, 1 assisted tackle
L, 27-30 at Pittsburgh

1 GP, 1 GS
2 Total Tackles, 1 Assisted Tackle

J.D. WALTON

C | New York Giants (0-1)
NFL Experience:
5th Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

STARTED
No Stats
L, 14-35 at Detroit

1 GP, 1 GS
No Stats
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (1-0)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
No Stats
W, 17-6 vs. Washington
1 GP
No Stats

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

WR | Dallas Cowboys (0-1)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-12

STARTED
4 Receptions for 50 yds., 1 TD
AVG 12.5 Long 21
L, 17-28 vs. San Francisco

1 GP, 1 GS
4 receptions, 50 yds
AVG 12.5, Long 21
1 TD

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (1-0)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
6 receptions for 46 yds., 1 TD
AVG 7.7 Long 14
W, 26-10 at Kansas City

1 GP, 1 GS
6 receptions, 46 yds
AVG 7.7 Long 14
1 TD


FOOTBALL TV LISTINGS VS. NORTHWESTERN STATE
4:35 P.M., WEDNESDAY, SEP. 4, 2014
SOCIAL MEDIA: @BUFootball, @BaylorAthletics, Baylor Athletics on Facebook

Saturday's matchup vs. Northwestern State will be nationally televised on FSN, with kickoff slated for 6:30 p.m. CT. Below is the full TV clearance list for FSN as well as local channel info for Central Texas providers.

FOX Sports Southwest Plus Channel Guide

LOCAL CHANNEL LISTINGS
Provider Channel
Grande 134
Time Warner 15
DirecTV 676-1
Dish Network 445 (9515 HD)
LIVE
Network Date Time Zone
FOX Sports Arizona (PLUS) Saturday, Sep. 6 4:30 p.m. Pacific
Prime Ticket Saturday, Sep. 6 4:30 p.m. Pacific
FOX Sports Midwest (PLUS) Saturday, Sep. 6 6:30 p.m. Central
FOX Sports North (PLUS) Saturday, Sep. 6 6:30 p.m. Central
FOX Sports Southwest (PLUS) Saturday, Sep. 6 6:30 p.m. Central
FOX Sports Wisconsin (PLUS) Saturday, Sep. 6 6:30 p.m. Central
FOX Sports Detroit Saturday, Sep. 6 7:30 p.m. Eastern
MASN 2 Saturday, Sep. 6 7:30 p.m. Eastern
MSG Network Saturday, Sep. 6 7:30 p.m. Eastern
FOX College Sports Central Saturday, Sep. 6 7:30 p.m. Eastern
REPEAT
Network Date Time Zone
FOX Sports Arizona Tuesday, Sep. 9 6 a.m. Pacific
FOX Sports Southwest Sunday, Sep. 7 12 a.m. Central
FOX Sports Oklahoma Sunday, Sep. 7 12 a.m. Central
FOX Sports Midwest Monday, Sep. 8 11 a.m. Central
FOX Sports Detroit Monday, Sep. 8 11 a.m. Eastern
FOX Sports Ohio Monday, Sep. 8 12 p.m. Eastern
FOX Sports South (Non Braves) Monday, Sep. 8 12 p.m. Eastern
MASN 2 Monday, Sep. 8 12 p.m. Eastern
FOX College Sports Atlantic Sunday, Sep. 7 5 p.m. Eastern
FOX College Sports Atlantic Monday, Sep. 8 3 a.m. Eastern
FOX College Sports Atlantic Monday, Sep. 8 11 p.m. Eastern
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BAYLOR PLAYERS IN THE NFL: PRESEASON UPDATE
5:43 P.M., MONDAY, AUGUST 25, 2014
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Several former Bears vying for roster spots

As is the case with every NFL preseason, many different players are getting playing time as NFL teams do evaluations to finalize their 2014 rosters. For Baylor, there are over 20 former players in the mix for roster spots in the league. The following is a rundown of what each former Bear has done so far through three weeks of preseason play.

Starting with the AFC teams, guard Cyril Richardson (2010-13) has played in all four preseason games for the Buffalo Bills, making one start.

A pair of former Bears reside with the Cleveland Browns in wide receiver Josh Gordon (2009-10) and defensive tackle Phil Taylor (2009-10). Gordon has played two games while recording three catches for 40 yards (13.3 per catch). Taylor has played in three games and has five tackles.

In Pittsburgh, wide receiver Lanear Sampson (2009-12) has played in two games for the Steelers and has one catch for three yards.

A trio of former BU players are with the Houston Texans in outside linebackers Terrance Lloyd (2010-13), Chris McAllister (2010-13) and long snapper Jon Weeks (2004-07). Lloyd and McAllister have yet to play in preseason action while Weeks has played in all three games so far.

Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kendall Wright (2008-11) has played in two of three preseason games. He has four catches for 38 yards (9.5 per catch).

Cornerback Chance Casey (2009-12) has played in three preseason games for the Oakland Raiders and has six tackles.

Wide receiver Tevin Reese (2010-13) has made appearances in all three preseason games with the San Diego Chargers. He has three catches for 30 yards (10.0 per catch).

In the NFC, another trio of former Bears are with the Dallas Cowboys in safety Ahmad Dixon (2010-13), tight end Jordan Najvar (2011-13) and wide receiver Terrance Williams (2009-12). Dixon has 12 tackles in two preseason games. Najvar saw action in last week's preseason game and was targeted once, but suffered a season-ending Achilles injury. Williams has played in all three games, totaling three catches for 21 yards (7.0 per catch).

Center J.D. Walton (2007-09) has yet to appear in preseason action for the New York Giants.

In Washington, quarterback Robert Griffin III (2008-11) and running back Lache Seastrunk (2012-13) have played in three and two preseason games for the Redskins, respectively. Griffin is 13-for-20 for 141 yards with two interceptions. Seastrunk has 17 carries for 98 yards (5.8 per carry).

Defensive end Tracy Robertson (2008-11) has one tackle for the Chicago Bears in one preseason game appearance.

With the Green Bay Packers, cornerback Demetri Goodson (2011-13) has two tackles and two pass deflections in three preseason games.

Veteran kicker Matt Bryant (1997-98) has played in all three preseason contests for the Atlanta Falcons. He's 2-for-3 on field goal attempts with a long of 22 yards.

Offensive linemen Philip Blake (2009-11) and Kelvin Palmer (2010-13) are currently with the Arizona Cardinals and have each played in all three preseason games.

*Note - NFL teams must cut their rosters down to 75 players by Tuesday, Aug. 26, and finalize their 53-man rosters by Saturday, Aug. 30.


INSIDE #CAMPBU DAY 8: PLAYERS PREVIEW MCLANE STADIUM
7:23 P.M., THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 2014
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Players Preview McLane Stadium at Fall Camp 2014. Sic 'em Sports Productions presents Inside #CampBU presented by Allen Samuels Dodge Chrysler Jeep.


INSIDE #CAMPBU DAY 7: HOW BAYLOR SPORTS NUTRITION FUELS FREAK ATHLETES
8:45 P.M., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 2014
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Sports Nutritionists Anne Hogan and Dwight Allison talk about how Baylor Athletics fuels freak athletes at Fall Camp 2014. Sic 'em Sports Productions presents Inside #CampBU presented by Allen Samuels Dodge Chrysler Jeep.


INSIDE #CAMPBU: PHIL BENNETT BREAKS DOWN BAYLOR DEFENSE
7:12 P.M., TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 2014
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Defensive Coordinator Phil Bennett talks about the Baylor defense at Fall Camp. Sic 'em Sports Productions presents Inside #CampBU presented by Allen Samuels Dodge Chrysler Jeep.


INSIDE #CAMPBU DAY 6
7:15 P.M., MONDAY, AUGUST 11, 2014
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Shock Linwood talks about the Baylor running backs after the sixth day of practice at Fall Camp. Sic 'em Sports Productions presents Inside #CampBU presented by Allen Samuels Dodge Chrysler Jeep.


INSIDE #CAMPBU DAY 5
6:11 P.M., SUNDAY, AUGUST 10, 2014
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Antwan Goodley talks about the Baylor wide receiving corp after the fifth day of practice at Fall Camp. Sic 'em Sports Productions presents Inside #CampBU presented by Allen Samuels Dodge Chrysler Jeep.


INSIDE #CAMPBU: MEET THE BEARS 2014
9:09 P.M., SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 2014
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Photo Gallery

Baylor Football's Orion Stewart, Troy Baker, and Spencer Drango take some time to meet the fans at the 2014 Meet to Bears event. Sic 'em Sports Productions delivers another Inside #CampBU presented by Allen Samuels Dodge Chrysler Jeep.


INSIDE #CAMPBU DAY 4
6:15 P.M., SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 2014
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Spencer Drango talks about returning to the field and the offensive line after the fourth day of practice at Fall Camp. Sic 'em Sports Productions presents Inside #CampBU presented by Allen Samuels Dodge Chrysler Jeep.


INSIDE #CAMPBU: TEAM PHOTO DAY 2014
9:15 P.M., FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 2014
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Photo Gallery

Art Briles and the Baylor football team took part in the annual photo day on Inside #CampBU Day Four presented by Allen Samuels Dodge Chrysler Jeep. Sic 'em Sports Productions was there to capture it all.


INSIDE #CAMPBU DAY 3
8:15 P.M., THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 2014
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Bryce Hager talks about defense after the third day of practice at Fall Camp. Sic 'em Sports Productions presents Inside #CampBU presented by Allen Samuels Dodge Chrysler Jeep.


INSIDE #CAMPBU DAY 2
8:55 P.M., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 2014
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Assistant Athletic Director of Athletic Performance Kaz Kazadi discusses player conditioning on Inside #CampBU Day Two presented by Allen Samuels Dodge Chrysler Jeep. Sic 'em Sports Productions has the story.


INSIDE #CAMPBU DAY 1
8:25 P.M., TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 2014
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Photo Gallery | Quotes

John Morris sat down with Bryce Petty in the first day of practice edition of Inside #CampBU.


INSIDE #CAMPBU SET TO FOLLOW BEARS THROUGH FALL CAMP
7:55 P.M., MONDAY, AUGUST 4, 2014
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As Baylor opens its 2014 Fall Camp, BaylorBears.com will have a daily video feature, Inside #CampBU, which will chronicle the football team's preparation for the upcoming season. Leading off John Morris sat down with head coach Art Briles to get his thoughts going into the first year at McLane Stadium.

The Bears are slated to have 21 days of practice over the next four weeks, before the season opener against SMU on Aug. 31 at 6:30 p.m.

Throughout the rest of the fall, Inside #CampBU will have interviews, highlights, behind-the-scenes features and analysis produced exclusively for BaylorBears.com.

SOCIAL MEDIA
The football team's social media accounts on Twitter and Instagram, @BUFootball, along with Baylor Athletics' Facebook page will provide original content throughout the season.


WHAT THEY ARE SAYING - Preseason Mag Edition
5:45 P.M., MONDAY, AUGUST 4, 2014
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We are 27 days away from Baylor's season opener against SMU in the inaugural season at McLane Stadium and #CampBU starts Tuesday. Here's a look at what some preseason publications are saying about how the defending Big 12 champions will fair in 2014:

NATIONAL PRESEASON RANKINGS:
Average National Rank: 10.2 (10 publications)
Sporting News - 7th
Phil Steele - 8th
ESPN.com - 9th
Sports Illustrated - 10th
Athlon - 10th
Lindy's - 10th
NFL.com - 10th
CBSSports.com - 11th
USA Today - 12th
Dave Campbell - 15th

BIG 12 PRESEASON RANKINGS
Average Big 12 Rank: 2 (six publications)
Athlon - 2nd
Dave Campbell - 2nd
Lindy's - 2nd
Phil Steele - 2nd
Sporting News - 2nd
USA Today - t2nd

ATHLON
Quotable:
"Baylor...is a destination for some of the state's best. Briles has turned the Bears from a Texas-sized rag-doll into one of the hottest programs in the country. BU is not merely winning, but it is doing so with a kind of flash that has 18-year-olds around the country paying close attention. The Bears are fashion plates. Their offense is electrifying.."

Predicted Final National Rank: 10th
Predicted Big 12 Finish: 2nd (10-2, 7-2, Cotton Bowl)

All-America, second team: Antwan Goodley
All-Big 12, first team: Bryce Petty, Shock Linwood, Antwan Goodley, Spencer Drango, Bryce Hager, Spencer Roth
All-Big 12, second team: Desmine Hilliard, Troy Baker, Andrew Billings

National Position Rankings:
No. 2 WR/TE Unit
No. 4 QB Unit
No. 13 DL Unit
No. 17 OL Unit
No. 19 RB Unit
Art Briles (No. 5 Coach)
Baylor (No. 5 Coaching Staff)

DAVE CAMPBELL

Predicted Final National Rank: 15th
Predicted Big 12 Finish: 2nd (Cotton Bowl)

All-Texas, first team: Bryce Petty, Antwan Goodley, Spencer Drango, Shawn Oakma, Bryce Hager, Spencer Roth
All-Texas, second team: Shock Linwood, Levi Norwood

"Best College Player" in Texas: Bryce Petty

LINDY'S
Quotable: "Confidence is exquisitely high in Waco, where spectacular McLane Stadium will open in 2014. Indeed, the game has changed at Baylor in every conceivable way. The Bears are so much better off than they were in the RG3 days, it isn't even funny."
"BU has become a destination program, as evidenced by the rise of a defense that has legitimate major-program talent. The offense, led by quarterback Bryce Petty, will remain off the charts."

Predicted Final National Rank: 10th
Predicted Big 12 Finish: 2nd

All-America, first team: Antwan Goodley
All-America, second team: Spencer Drango
All-Big 12, first team: Bryce Petty, Shock Linwood, Antwan Goodley, Spencer Drango, Bryce Hager, Spencer Roth
All-Big 12, second team: Levi Norwood, Shawn Oakman

National Position Rankings:
Antwan Goodley (No. 1 Wide Receiver)
Bryce Petty (No. 4 Quarterback)
Spencer Drango (No. 4 Offensive Tackle)
Spencer Roth (No. 4 Punter)
Bryce Hager (No. 5 Inside Linebacker)
Shock Linwood (No. 9 Running Back)
No. 1 WR Unit
No. 3 Backfield Unit
No. 9 OL Unit

Big 12 Player Awards

MVP & "Coolest in the clutch": Bryce Petty
"Toughest to bring down": Shock Linwood
"Best pass blocker": Spencer Drango
"Best recruiting staff": Baylor

PHIL STEELE

Quotable: "This year they are a legit national title contender again."

Predicted Final National Rank: 9th
Predicted Big 12 Finish: 2nd

All-America, first team: Antwan Goodley
All-America, third team: Spencer Drango
All-America, fourth team: Bryce Petty
All-Big 12, first team: Bryce Petty, Shock Linwood, Antwan Goodley, Spencer Drango, Bryce Hager, Levi Norwood (PR)
All-Big 12, second team: Levi Norwood (WR), Shawn Oakman, Spencer Roth, Corey Coleman (KR)
All-Big 12, third team: Desmine Hilliard, Andrew Billings, Kelvin Palmer
All-Big 12, fourth team: Troy Baker

National Position Rankings:
No. 1 Receiver Unit
No. 3 Quarterback Unit
No. 19 DL Unit
No. 20 OL Unit
No. 32 RB Unit

SPORTING NEWS
Quotable: "After winning an outright conference championship for the first time in more than three decades, Baylor has no intention of easing the throttle."
"Baylor is capable of hanging a banner after the first year in its new home."

Predicted Final National Rank: 7th
Predicted Big 12 Finish: 2nd

All-America, second team: Antwan Goodley, Bryce Hager
All-America, third team: Bryce Petty, Spencer Drango, Spencer Roth
All-Big 12, first team: Bryce Petty, Shock Linwood, Antwan Goodley, Spencer Drango, Bryce Hager, Spencer Roth

Big 12 Player Awards
Offensive Player of the Year and "Best Passing QB": Bryce Petty
"Most Elusive RB": Shock Linwood
"Best Coach as Recruiter": Kendal Briles

USA TODAY
Predicted Final National Rank: 12
Predicted Big 12 Finish: t2nd

All-Big 12, first team: Bryce Petty, Shock Linwood, Antwan Goodley, Spencer Drango, Spencer Roth


FIVE MORE BEARS GET NFL SHOT
10:10 P.M., MONDAY, MAY 12, 2014
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Five more Baylor players will get a chance to play on Sundays next season as TERRANCE LLOYD, GLASCO MARTIN, CHRIS MCALLISTER, JORDAN NAJVAR and KELVIN PALMER have all agreed to terms with NFL teams as undrafted free agents.

Those five players join five other Bears from the 2013 Big 12 Championship squad that are set to play at the next level this season. AHMAD DIXON, DEMETRI GOODSON, TEVIN REESE, CYRIL RICHARDSON and LACHE SEASTRUNK were selected in the 2014 NFL Draft.

LLOYD and MCALLISTER, who were bookends on Baylor's defensive line in 2013 will get a shot with the Houston Texans.

Meanwhile, MARTIN, a running back, and NAJVAR, a tight end, will stay in state as well as they have agreed to terms with the Dallas Cowboys.

PALMER, a starter on Baylor's offensive line a year ago, will start his NFL career in the same place that his collegiate one ended as he has agreed to terms with the Arizona Cardinals.

Stay tuned to @BUFootball on Twitter and BaylorBears.com for continued updates on Baylor free agent signings.
FSN SOUTHWEST BAYLOR FOOTBALL PREVIEW SHOW AIR TIMES
9:38 P.M., FRIDAY, MAY 2, 2014
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FSN Southwest will air the Baylor Football Preview Show eight times in the month of May, beginning with its debut Sunday, May 4, at 10 p.m. CT. The show will include interviews with head coach Art Briles and multiple players as well as features on McLane Stadium and BU's strong wide receiver tradition. Below is a full listing of dates and times.

FSN SOUTHWEST BAYLOR FOOTBALL PREVIEW SHOW LISTINGS
Date Time
Sunday, May 4 10 p.m. CT
Monday, May 5 11:30 p.m. CT
Tuesday, May 6 6 p.m. CT
Wednesday, May 7 4 p.m. CT
Tuesday, May 13 10:30 p.m. CT
Sunday, May 18 10 p.m. CT
Saturday, May 24 12 a.m. CT
Saturday, May 31 5:30 p.m. CT

SIX BEARS SET FOR 2014 NFL COMBINE
7:12 P.M., WEDNESDAY, FEB. 14, 2014

Baylor Combine Release | NFL Combine Central

Six Baylor players are in Indianapolis this week for the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine. It is the largest contingent of Bears to ever be invited to the NFL's official pre-draft workout week.

The group is made up of four offensive players, TE Jordan Najvar, WR Tevin Reese, OG Cyril Richardson and RB Lache Seastrunk, and two defensive players, S Ahmad Dixon and CB Demetri Goodson.

BU's six invitees are the most of any Big 12 school and are tied for the sixth-most in the country.

The annual combine allows top executives, coaches, player personnel staff and medical personnel from all 32 teams to evaluate the nation's top collegiate football players eligible for April's NFL Draft. The combine involves a series of tests, drills and interviews with more than 600 NFL personnel at Lucas Oil Stadium.

On the field testing for Baylor's players will get underway with Najvar and Richardson on Saturday, while Reese and Seastrunk will go through drills on Sunday. Dixon and Goodson will take to the field on Tuesday. Prior to that, all of the players will go through medical screenings, measurements, interviews and psychological testing.

Watch the action all week long beginning on Saturday at 9 a.m. on the NFL Network or online at NFL.com. Follow @BUFootball on Twitter to receive updates on BU combine results.


BAYLOR HAULS IN TOP-25 RECRUITING CLASS
5:07 P.M., THURSDAY, FEB. 6, 2014

Coming off Baylor's first-ever Big 12 Football Championship, head coach Art Briles and his staff once again signed what many believe to be his best signing class.

Here's a look at where Baylor's 2014 signing class ranks according to the four major recruiting websites...

It seems to be a yearly thing in the Briles era, but in comparing the team rankings to earlier seasons, the 2014 class is Baylor's highest ranked class in the Briles era, and for many seasons previous. All four recruiting sites ranked Baylor's class among the top 35 nationally as well as the top four in the Big 12 Conference.

ESPN.com ranked Baylor's class 22nd nationally (the highest of the four sites) and ESPN.com as well as 247Sports.com ranked BU third among the Big 12 signing classes.

Below are the 2014 recruiting rankings.





"The thing that we feel really good about is that we've signed the No. 1 receiving class in America -- I don't think that's up for debate."
Baylor Football head coach Art Briles


RIVALS - 34th (4th Big 12)
15. OU
20. UT
27. OSU
34. Baylor

ESPN - 22nd (3rd Big 12)
13. OU
16. UT
22. Baylor

SCOUT - 23rd (4th Big 12)
13. OU
14. OSU
15. UT
23. Baylor (6th, WR/TE rankings)

247 - 26th (3rd Big 12)
14. OU
17. UT
26. Baylor

WIDE RECEIVER U.? NO DOUBT
By Jerry Hill
Baylor Bear Insider

Five years ago, Baylor coach Art Briles talked about how a class of receivers that included Josh Gordon, Tevin Reese and Darius Jones "stacks up with anybody in America."

This one, at least on paper, is better.

On Wednesday, Briles and his staff signed a class of 23 recruits - including seven mid-year enrollees - that was ranked third in the Big 12 and among the top 25 nationally.

"If you're into rankings and all that stuff, that's a good deal," Briles said. "We're into getting really good football players to fit our system and our needs from an athletic standpoint and character standpoint and educational standpoint. We feel like we've been able to hit that this year."

Although it's a balanced class with 12 on offense, 11 on defense and all but one position (quarterback) covered, the highlight is a receiver group that includes two All-Americans and two other Top 300 recruits nationally.

KD Cannon of Mount Pleasant, Texas, and Davion Hall of Liberty-Eylau are two of the program's highest-rated recruits ever - 30th and 38th nationally, respectively - and are joined by Chris Platt of Willis and Ishmael Zamora of Houston Elsik.

"I don't know what the rankings have said," Briles said, "but if there's a better class of receivers in America, then somebody is speaking with forked tongue, because there's just not. There are not four receivers better than who we signed. They're just not out there, not that bring everything these guys bring to the table.

"Somebody could challenge it, but I'm not going to challenge (Baylor guard Brady) Heslip to a 3-point shooting contest, because I'm not going to win. So they can challenge us, but they're not going to win, because we've got facts to back it up, just like (Heslip) does on me. That's reality. That's what's great about where we are as a program is we've got proof to these student-athletes that this can happen and will happen."

Briles calls Cannon, who had 245 catches for 2,953 yards and 51 touchdowns in three seasons, "as pure and smooth a receiver at the high school level as I've ever seen."





"I don't know what the rankings have said, but if there's a better class of receivers in America, then somebody is speaking with forked tongue, because there's just not. There are not four receivers better than who we signed. They're just not out there, not that bring everything these guys bring to the table."
- Art Briles


"When the ball's in his hands, he's as instinctive as anyone I've ever been around, and he high-points the ball as good as anybody." Hall played quarterback, receiver and defensive back in high school and is "as multiple an athlete as we've ever signed," Briles said, "but we're going to bring him in as a receiver and turn him loose and see what he can do."

Like former Baylor All-American receiver and current Tennessee Titan Kendall Wright, Platt and Zamora have also excelled on the track.

Platt is a three-time 4A state champion in the 400 meters and was clocked in 46.64 seconds last spring, while the 6-4, 195-pound Zamora won the 110-meter hurdles (13.70), placed second in the 300 hurdles (37.08) and fifth in the long jump (22-9 ¼).

"There are phenomenal players that are very, very skilled," Briles said.

Ennis running back Terence Williams (6-3, 220), one of the mid-year enrollees, gives the Bears a fifth national top 300 recruit. He rushed for 3,085 yards and 40 touchdowns the last two seasons and was ranked as high as No. 126 overall nationally by Scout.

"That's always been good for us," said Briles, referring to former Baylor All-American receiver Terrance Williams. "He's another midterm guy we're very proud of and he's on campus and will be a great football player for us like the first one was."

While the skill players tend to draw the headlines, Briles as always built his class on the two lines.

Junior college All-American Jarell Broxton (6-5, 325) from Lackawanna Community College is a mid-year addition who could challenge for one of the two open spots on the offensive line. From the high school ranks, the Bears added Blake Blackmar (6-5, 325) from Houston Clear Lake, Devonte Jones (6-2, 305) from Houston Bellaire, Patrick Lawrence (6-5, 275) from Waxahachie and Josh Pelzel (6-6, 335) from nearby Rockdale.

On the defensive side, the newcomers will be ends Jamie Jacobs from Midway, Xavier Jones from Magnolia (Texas) West and Josh Malin from Cibolo Steele and tackles Ira Lewis from Houston Lamar and Andrew Morris from Mesquite Horn.

"We've always got to be strong up front on both sides of the ball," Briles said. "The games are certainly determined in the trenches when you get down to critical down-and-distance and, of course, protection and rushing the quarterback. But we feel really good about our o-line and d-line class. And those are areas where we're always going to try to be very strong as a team, year-in and year-out. Those guys we signed, some of them are going to be really, really outstanding players before it's all said and done."

On the offensive side, Baylor also signed tight ends Jordan Feuerbacher from Kingwood, Texas, and Blake Mahon from Coppell.

"Jordan is a tough kid who will help us replace (Jordan) Najvar and (Jerod) Monk," Briles said of the two senior tight ends the Bears lost. "(Feuerbacher) is a kid who can get on the field and be a physical blocker, and he has the ability to stretch the field running."

The other mid-year signees were linebacker Grant Campbell from Bakersfield, Calif., and defensive backs Chris Sanders from Eastern Arizona College and Tion Wright from Moorpark College.

Campbell has made the rounds, playing center field for the baseball team at Cal State Bakersfield in 2012 and then switching to football and playing the last two seasons at Bakersfield College. He will get a chance in the spring to earn the starting job left by All-Big 12 linebacker Eddie Lackey.

Sanders is also well-traveled, playing three games as a true freshman at Georgia in 2011 before a season-ending shoulder injury and then playing last season at Eastern Arizona, where he had 35 tackles and three interceptions in 10 games.

After losing senior cornerbacks K.J. Morton, Joe Williams and Demetri "Meech" Goodson, Sanders and Wright are both in line for playing time next season.

Rounding out the class are high school defensive backs Jourdan Blake from Princeton, Texas, Vekedric Vaughns from Mesquite Poteet and Chance Waz from Pflugerville Hendrickson.

Blake is the son of former Oklahoma head coach John Blake and played quarterback and defensive back for former OU defensive lineman Stacey Dillard at Princeton. He joins a growing list of former prep quarterbacks that includes Kendall Wright, Terrance Ganaway, Brody Trahan and Monk that have switched to other positions at Baylor.

"Jourdan played quarterback this year and did a great job, quite honestly," Briles said. "We've always recruited high school quarterbacks, without question, because that's where a lot of teams are going to put their most dynamic player that they have a lot of confidence and trust in. He might project at that position at the next level, but he's a great athlete, which Jourdan Blake is. That's a guy who's used to having people look at him and depend on him, and I think it does translate and helps out at this level, no question."

Instead of scrambling at the finish line, or trying to hold on to recruits, Briles said it was a rare year when "nearly all of them were committed by June and nearly all of them have stayed true all the way."

"They had a chance to date other people, and didn't do it. That really says a lot about them and a lot about the direction of our football program, our university, our visibility, our national brand and our regional brand. . . . We're not trying to emulate anybody else. We are doing what we're doing and we're doing it better than anybody else. That starts from the top of our university and bleeds down to us."


SEASTRUNK WINS OBSTACLE COURSE AT ALL-STAR CHALLENGE
11:10 A.M., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 29, 2014

DALLAS, Texas - Baylor running back Lache Seastrunk won the Eckrich Obstacle Course competition at the 2014 Quicken Loans All-Star Football Challenge, which aired from AT&T Stadium in Dallas Tuesday night on ESPN2. Seastrunk clocked a time of 27.48 seconds to defeat Alabama linebacker C.J. Mosley (28.03) and BYU linebacker Kyle Van Noy (28.92) for the title.

The 16th annual event showcased 16 college football standouts competing in an exciting and entertaining skills challenge, which will re-air on ESPN2 at 2 p.m. ET on Feb. 2, as well as on ESPN at 4 p.m. ET on April 27. The ESPN broadcast team included Joe Tessitore, Todd McShay, Mark May, Chris Spielman, Raul Allegre and Kaylee Hartung.

The Quicken Loans All-Star Football Challenge is one of seven live television properties owned and operated by Intersport.

For more information on the event, visit: www.facebook.com/allstarfootball and follow @AllStarFBall on Twitter.

2014 Quicken Loans All-Star Football Challenge Results:
Eckrich Obstacle Course
1. Lache Seastrunk - RB - Baylor - 27.48 seconds
2. CJ Mosley - LB - Alabama - 28.03 seconds
3. Kyle Van Noy - LB - BYU - 28.92 seconds

Quicken Loans QB Accuracy
1. David Fales - San Jose State - 232 points
2. Tajh Boyd- Clemson - 208 points
3. Logan Thomas -Virginia Tech - 194 points

Skechers GoRun Hands Competition
1. Justin Gilbert - CB - Oklahoma State - 22.61 seconds
2. Marcus Roberson - CB - Florida - 23.64 seconds
3. Ha Ha Clinton-Dix - S - Alabama - 24.32 seconds
4. Bradley Roby - CB - Ohio State - 27.78 seconds

Mercedes-Benz Lineman Strength Challenge
1. Ra'Shede Hageman - DL - Minnesota - 23.26 seconds
2. Louis Nix III - DL - Notre Dame - 24.59 seconds
3. Jake Matthews - OL - Texas A&M - 27.12 seconds

TD Ameritrade Speed Kick
1. Cairo Santos - Tulane - 20 points
2. Chris Boswell - Rice - 16 points
3. Anthony Fera - Texas - 14 points

Quicken Loans Team Competition
1. Fales, Roberson, Mosley, Nix, Fera - 62.34 seconds
2. Boyd, Gilbert, Van Noy, Matthews, Santos - 62.95 seconds
3. Thomas, Clinton-Dix, Seastrunk, Hageman, Boswell - 68.89 seconds


DIXON, RICHARDSON TO PLAY IN SATURDAY'S SENIOR BOWL
2:47 P.M., FRIDAY, JAN. 24, 2014

Baylor seniors Ahmad Dixon and Cyril Richardson will represent Baylor in the Reese's Senior Bowl, set to played Saturday (Jan. 25) at 3 p.m. CT at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Ala. The game will be televised live on the NFL Network. Both Dixon and Richardson will play for the North team, and will wear their familiar Baylor jersey numbers (6 and 68, respectively). For more information on the game, click here.

Ahmad Dixon
• 2013 All-America, first team
• 2013 All-Big 12, unanimous first team
• 2014 Senior Bowl
• 2012 All-Big 12, honorable mention
• 2011 All-Big 12, honorable mention
All-American safety and three-year starter, made 288 career tackles, 12 breakups and four interceptions... Invited to play in 2014 Senior Bowl... Member of senior class that played in four straight bowl games for first time in school history and earned program's first Big 12 Championship and BCS Bowl berth in 2013... Started 38 (26 at hybrid LB/DB, 12 at safety) of 50 career games played... Named first-team All-America as senior in 2013, two-time honorable mention All-Big 12 selection in 2012 and 2011... Local Waco native and former prep All-American, highest rated recruit to Baylor in several years (No. 15 national recruit by ESPNU 150)... Timed at 4.39 in 40-yard dash... Passionate, vocal, leader.


Cyril Richardson
• 2013 All-America, unanimous first team
• 2013 Jim Parker Award winner
• 2013 Outland Trophy finalist
• 2014 Senior Bowl
• 2013 Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year
• 2013 All-Big 12, unanimous first team
• 2012 All-America, second team
• 2012 Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year
• 2012 All-Big 12, unanimous first team
• 2011 All-Big 12, honorable mention
• 2010 Big 12 All-Freshman
Dominant two-time All-American offensive lineman, three-year starter... League's only two-time Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year (2012 and 2013), also three-time All-Big 12 honoree... 2013 Jim Parker Award winner and 2013 Outland Trophy finalist... Invited to play in 2014 Senior Bowl... 2013 unanimous All-American, just seventh such honoree in school history... Fifth multi-season All-American in Baylor history... Member of senior class that played in four straight bowl games for first time in school history and earned program's first Big 12 Championship and BCS Bowl berth in 2013... Started 42 (29 at left guard, 13 at left tackle) of 51 career games played... Earned second-team All-American honors as junior in 2012... Played LG as senior (2013), junior (2012) and redshirt freshman (2010), was starting left tackle as sophomore (2011)... Has benched 400 pounds and recorded 32 reps on 225-pound bench... Squatted 665 pounds... Native of New Orleans, moved to Texas as Hurricane Katrina refugee... Earned undergraduate degree in December 2013 in general studies.




NAJVAR SET FOR EAST-WEST SHRINE GAME SATURDAY
2:16 P.M., FRIDAY, JAN. 17, 2014

Baylor senior tight end Jordan Najvar will be Baylor's sixth player under head coach Art Briles to play in the East-West Shrine Game on Saturday at 3 p.m. CT. Najvar is slated to play for the West in the longest running college all-star game in the country that will celebrate its 89th-game this weekend. The all-star game gives draft eligible college seniors a chance to be in front of scouts. This year's game will be played at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla. You can catch the game live on NFL Network. For more information on the game, click here.

Jordan Najvar
• Three-year All-Big 12 selection and starter at tight end played 38 games (19 starts)
• Former transfer from Stanford in 4th season at BU
• Member of 2013 O-Line that led nation in total yards (618.8 ypg) and scoring (52.4 ppg)
• Career highs of 4 catches and 27 yards in 2013 win at TCU
• Caught 35 passes for 411 yards and four TDs in three years of action
• Two-time Mackey Award watch list member
• Earned 2013 All-Big 12 honorable mention honors from league's coaches
• Semifinalist for the Campbell Trophy
• Played all 13 games as junior, starting three
• Played in all 13 games, including eight starts in 2011


PALMER TO PLAY IN 2014 COLLEGE ALL-STAR BOWL
9:10 P.M., THURSDAY, JAN. 16, 2014

Baylor senior offensive lineman Kelvin Palmer will get a chance to showcase his skills in front of NFL scouts at the 2014 College All Star Bowl on Feb. 14, after being selected to play in the game earlier this week. In its second season, the all-star game features a platform for draft eligible college seniors to showcase their talents in front of scouts. The 2014 edition of the game will be played at Paladin Stadium on the Furman University campus. You can catch the game live at 5 p.m. on CBS Sports Network. For more information on the game, click here.

Kelvin Palmer
• 5th-year senior played in 45 games and started 10 at RT, 3 at LT
• Started every game on offensive line for Big 12 champion Bears in 2013
• Key member of blocking unit for America's top offense as BU led nation in yards (618.8) and scoring (52.4)
• Played in all 13 games in junior season as reserve offensive lineman and special teamer
• Played in all 13 in 2011 as sophomore, serving on special teams and as reserve offensive lineman
• Participated in six of 13 games as redshirt freshman in 2010


BAYLOR RECEIVES HIGH MARKS IN 2014 PROJECTIONS
11:10 P.M., MONDAY, JAN. 13, 2014

According to a host of media outlets, the future for Baylor Football is bright. Below is a look at the upcoming season forecast from eight different publications that all have the Bears in their top-15 for 2014.

FOX SPORTS
Rank: No. 5
What They're Saying: The loss of RB Lache Seastrunk is a big concern for the Big 12 champions, as does replacing three offensive linemen, including an All-American. But regardless of whose not there, the Bears still return plenty of firepower in their bid to repeat in conference behind QB Bryce Petty (3,844 yards and 30 TDs). The defense will be down seven starters, including four in the secondary after a year in which the group was dramatically improved. Having All-Big 12 LB Bryce Hager (71 tackles) will help, but the Bears will once again have their doubters on this side of the ball.

NBC SPORTS
Rank: No. 7
What They're Saying: Heisman candidate Bryce Petty returns to lead what could be the best offense in college football. Tailback Lache Seastrunk is heading to the pros, but his able backup, Shock Linwood, returns and could be even more productive. The Bears were one of the most improved defenses in the country this past season, but will have to find able replacements for Ahmad Dixon and Eddie Lackey if they want to remain in the upper echelon of the Big 12.

ATHLON SPORTS
Rank: No. 8
What They're Saying: The defending Big 12 champions should be in good shape to repeat in 2014. Quarterback Bryce Petty is back after throwing for 3,844 yards and 30 touchdowns, and the Bears' supporting cast should be solid even if running back Lache Seastrunk decides to leave for the NFL. A big concern for Baylor will be an offensive line that loses three senior starters, including All-America guard Cyril Richardson. However, getting left tackle Spencer Drango back to full strength and a full season from tackle Troy Baker should keep this unit near the top of the Big 12. The defense finished the regular season allowing the fewest yards per play in the Big 12 (4.5), but coordinator Phil Bennett will have to replace some key players, including defensive ends Terrance Lloyd and Chris McAllister, along with safety Ahmad Dixon and linebacker Eddie Lackey.

YAHOO! SPORTS
Rank: No. 10
What They're Saying: Head coach Art Briles is staying, as is record-setting QB Bryce Petty, who led FBS' top-ranked offense last season. The Bears weren't great on defense and will have to replace six starters -- not a problem with the talent pool in Texas.

USA TODAY SPORTS
Rank: No. 11
What They're Saying: Why No. 11? Because Art Briles is back. That alone - Briles was considered in connection with the Texas job - ensures another season among the nation's elite. Solidifying this idea is the return of quarterback Bryce Petty, though running back Lache Seastrunk did choose to leave early and enter the NFL draft. Even with Seastrunk gone, the question marks will lie on the defensive side of the ball - even if Baylor's defense was underrated in 2013. Perhaps a bigger issue is road games against Texas, Oklahoma and Texas Tech.

ESPN.com
Rank: No. 12
What They're Saying: With coach Art Briles committing to stay at Baylor, it will be the favorite to repeat as Big 12 champion in 2014. Quarterback Bryce Petty is coming back to run Briles' fast-paced spread offense, but tailback Lache Seastrunk is entering the NFL draft. Rising sophomore Shock Linwood ran well when Seastrunk and backup Glasco Martin were hurt late in the season. Baylor will have to replace three starting offensive linemen, including All-American guard Cyril Richardson, as well as wide receiver Tevin Reese. Baylor also will have to replace six starters on defense, including safety Ahmad Dixon and cornerbacks K.J. Morton and Demetri Goodson.

CBSSports.com
Rank: No. 12
What They're Saying: The surprisingly listless loss to UCF took some of the shine off of the Bears' Big 12 championship season, but with Bryce Petty (presumably) and Art Briles coming back, there's no reason to think they can't repeat. Wideout Tevin Reese and NFL-bound tailback Lache Seastrunk were excellent players, but the skill positions under Briles seem to be plug-and-play.

SI.com
Rank: No. 15
What They're Saying: Quarterback Bryce Petty is coming back. The Bears know what the big time feels like now, and they're not happy to have come up empty against UCF in the Fiesta Bowl. Art Briles will develop new wrinkles to add to the offense, and even though it might not put up such gaudy scoring totals in the next go-round, it'll keeping winning football games. Plus, there's that whole new stadium with the sailgating and whatnot.


DIXON'S DECISION TO STAY HOME PAYS OFF IN BIG WAY
11:10 P.M., SUNDAY, DEC. 29, 2013

By Jerry Hill
Baylor Bear Insider

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - Ahmad Dixon is the kind of talent that Baylor could once only dream about.

Four-star recruits - even ones in their own back yard - weren't about to spurn offers from national powerhouses like Alabama, Auburn, Oklahoma and Texas to take a chance on the Bears.

"When I committed to Baylor, everybody was like, `Oh, he's just doing that for show. He's not going to stick with it,''' said the 6-foot, 205-pound All-American safety from nearby Midway High School. "I had some of my own family questioning, `Why are you doing that? You know we're not coming to any Baylor games.' I had people that I really thought were in my corner that turned on me, all because I came to Baylor."

As off-the-wall as that decision seemed four years ago, it was a leap of faith that has paid off for both Dixon and the Bears. While Baylor has won a school-record 11 games and its first-ever Big 12 championship, Dixon earned All-America and All-Big 12 honors as a senior and is expected to go in the first three rounds of the 2014 NFL Draft.

"Nobody ever thought Baylor would be 11-1, going to a BCS bowl game and doing the things that we've done," said Dixon, who had 70 tackles, one interception, a fumble recovery and six pass breakups this season. "When things started clocking, that's when everybody started realizing we really can be this good. We started chanting, `Big 12 Champs!' that summer going into the 2011 season. So, we had faith, we believed in it. We just had to get everybody else to see it."

That's the thing, Dixon believed in head coach Art Briles and the Baylor Bears long before the proof was there. While de-committing from Texas, a team that won the 2009 Big 12 title and played against Alabama, another suitor, in the BCS National Championship game, he ultimately signed with a Baylor team that was coming off back-to-back 4-8 seasons and hadn't been to a bowl game in 15 years.

Asked why he would make a decision that seemed so crazy at the time, Dixon answers, "Coach Briles."

"Nobody ever doubted Coach Briles - his vision, his plan, his dream," he said. "Nobody ever asked him, `How are you going to do that?' They just knew it was going to happen. And when your coaching staff and everyone around you has that much faith in you, who wouldn't want to be a part of that? Who wouldn't want to be one of those guys to help make that dream come true?"

But the real closer was Lisa Dixon.

"I'm a mama's boy, so I love being around my mom," said Ahmad, an all-state and All-American at Midway who was ranked the No. 2 defensive back prospect in the nation. "I love to be around my family, so staying at home was part of my decision. I wanted to stay home, so why not help out this team that Coach Briles is about to rise up?"

And while some of the family might have questioned the decision, mom and dad were both on board.

"We prayed about it. And at the time, when they told me to come to Baylor, I didn't even understand it," Dixon said. "It was a plan that God had for me. And at the time, I wasn't ready to leave home. As a man, as a young man, I wasn't ready. This is the plan that God had for me, and this is the plan that I love."

Even if the plan wasn't anywhere close to his. As a backup safety and special teams player, Dixon was one of six true freshmen who played in 2010, finishing with 16 tackles, one forced fumble and two kickoff returns.

"At first, I wanted to say, `Why couldn't I redshirt?''' he said. "But now, I realize that I was one of those guys that didn't need to redshirt. Not from the sense of playing, but as far as maturity. . . . (In 2011), we didn't have many vets. Most of the guys out there were either redshirt freshmen or true sophomores. We needed guys, so I was one of those guys that we needed."

The real fun began the next spring, when Phil Bennett was hired as the defensive coordinator and moved Dixon to nickel back, a hybrid safety/linebacker position.

"I had to grow up fast," he said. "And I don't mean one-season fast, I mean in a couple of weeks I had to grow up. It was either that or be replaced. Coach Bennett was going to find the right guys. And for you to be that right guy, you had to grow up, you had to mature, you had to learn everything and you had to understand how he coaches."

For a year or two, it was a clash of wills and personalities in a coach-player relationship that bordered on war when the two were on the field.

"I knew him, I knew his heart," said Bennett, when asked if it ever got to the point where he didn't think it would work. "And I'm too egotistical. There's not a kid I can't coach. I just knew his spirit, and I never wanted to break his spirit. I just wanted him to get more focused, more determined, and I wanted him to mature to a level - which he has - where he could do anything he wants. The sky's the limit for Ahmad."

Playing down in the box for the first time in his football career, Dixon started 26 consecutive games and racked up 191 tackles while helping the Bears to back-to-back bowl victories and a combined record of 18-8.

At the end of last season, Dixon was struggling with a decision whether to come back for his senior season or enter the NFL Draft a year early. The defining moment came when he was riding on the team bus after the Bears' 49-26 Holiday Bowl win over UCLA and received a text message from Bennett.

"Coach Bennett texted me and told me, `We're going to move you back to safety,''' Dixon said. "When he told me that, it brought a chill over me, because I had already thought about leaving, but I was like, that's not the smart thing to do. The smart thing to do is to come back, get my degree, keep growing, keep moving forward. We had everybody coming back on defense, so I knew everything would be what it is today. . . . . That's when I knew I didn't need to go anywhere. I needed to stay here, play one more year at Baylor University and become the player and man that I am today."

That road seemed to hit a detour in mid-September, when the senior safety was arrested and charged with misdemeanor assault on a man who allegedly stole his television. But the coaches never doubted or lost faith in Dixon, who was ultimately cleared in December when a grand jury "no-billed" the case.

"The first thing they did was sit me down and ask me what happened," Dixon said. "And I told them everything that happened, from the robbery all the way up until everything. They were like, `OK, we're going to move forward. And whatever happens when it happens, we're going to deal with it then.' . . . It lifted up a burden. Most teams, most guys would be like, `I have to worry about this.' But (head coach Art Briles) and Coach Bennett told me, `Don't worry about that. When the time comes, we'll deal with it.' They told me, `Just play ball. Keep doing what you're doing.'''

That was another issue. With the new targeting rules that penalize defenders for helmet-to-helmet hits and shots on "unprotected" players, the concern going into the season was how many games Dixon would miss. He is one of the most physical safeties in college football and prides himself on the big hit.

"That was the question everybody was asking: How many games do you think you're actually going to get to play?" said Dixon, who was ejected from the TCU game and forced to sit out the first half of the regular-season finale against Texas because of a targeting penalty. "How far can I go? What are my limits? And as the season went on, I figured it out. I went over my limit one time and had to pay for it. But for the most part, I figured out my limit early, and it worked out for the good."

It's the same quality that makes Dixon such a hot commodity for NFL scouts. As a bigger safety that can cover receivers and also deliver crushing blows, he's expected to go in the first three rounds of the 2014 NFL Draft.

"I don't really care about the draft spot," said Dixon, who will play in next month's Senior Bowl. "I just go out there and do what I do. If a team passes me up, they'll realize what they passed on. And whatever team gets me, they'll know that they got a great player."

In Wednesday's Fiesta Bowl matchup against 15th-ranked UCF (11-1), Dixon will be facing a quarterback that could be one of the first players taken in the draft. UCF quarterback Blake Bortles said he still hasn't decided whether he's coming back, but he's projected to be one of the first quarterbacks drafted, possibly going ahead of Louisville's Teddy Bridgewater.

"He's not going to shy away from anything, any contact," Dixon said. "He's not going to force anything. He's just going to play how he plays. . . . You've got to be on your p's and q's. You can't be lulled to sleep, because they're a slower offense than what we're used to seeing. You've just got to go out there and play ball."


BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK 15 UPDATE
10:43 P.M., TUESDAY, DEC. 17, 2013

PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 15
SEASON UPDATE
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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (4-10)
NFL Experience:
11th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED
2/2 FG
3/3 PAT
W, 27-26 vs. Washington

14 GP
21/24 FG, long of 53 yds
34/34 PAT

JOSH GORDON

WR | Cleveland Browns (4-10)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
3 Receptions for 67 yds., 1 TD
AVG. 22.3, Long 43 yds.
L, 31-38 vs. Chicago

12 GP, 12 GS
74 Receptions for 1,467 yds. AVG. 19.8 Long 95 yds. 9 TDs. 4 Rushing Attempts for 66 yds
0 TDs

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/headshot/B/R/Y/BRY500226.jpg ROBERT GRIFFIN III

QB | Washington Redskins (3-11)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
L, 26-27 at Atlanta

13 GP, 13 GS
274-of-456, 3,203 yds
16 TDs, 12 INTs, 60.1 CMP%
82.2 QBR
86 rushes, 489 yds, 0 TDs
PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (4-10)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
1 Tackle
L, 31-38 vs. Chicago

14 GP, 14 GS
25 Total Tackles, 11 Assisted Tackles, 2 Sacks, 1 Pass Defended

J.D. WALTON

C | Denver Broncos (11-3)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
L, 20-27 vs. San Diego

0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats
DANNY WATKINS

OL | Miami Dolphins (8-6)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
W, 24-20 vs. New England

1 GP, 0 GS
No Stats
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (2-12)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
No Stats
L, 3-25 at Indianapolis
14 GP
5 Total Tackles, 3 Assisted Tackle

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (5-9)
NFL Experience:
2nd Year
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
12 receptions, 150 yds.
AVG 12.5 Long 26
L, 34-37 vs. Arizona

14 GP, 10 GS
85 receptions, 1,007 yds
AVG 11.8 Long 45
2 TD's

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

WR | Dallas Cowboys (7-7)
NFL Experience:
Rookie
Years at Baylor:
2008-12

PLAYED
4 Receptions for 46 yds.
AVG 11.5 Long 27
L, 36-37 vs. Green Bay

14 GP, 6 GS
39 receptions, 613 yds
AVG 15.2\7 Long 82
5 TD's


BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK 14 UPDATE
5:26 P.M., TUESDAY, DEC. 10, 2013

PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 14
SEASON UPDATE
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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (3-10)
NFL Experience:
11th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED
0/1 FG
3/3 PAT
L, 21-22 at Green Bay

13 GP
19/22 FG, long of 53 yds
31/31 PAT

JOSH GORDON

WR | Cleveland Browns (4-9)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
7 Receptions for 151 yds., 1 TDs
AVG. 21.6, Long 80 yds.
1 Rushing Attempt for 34 yds
L, 26-27 at New England

11 GP, 11 GS
71 Receptions for 1,400 yds. AVG. 19.7 Long 95 yds. 8 TDs. 4 Rushing Attempts for 66 yds
0 TDs

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/headshot/B/R/Y/BRY500226.jpg ROBERT GRIFFIN III

QB | Washington Redskins (3-10)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
12-of-26, 164 yds, 1 TD
46.2 CMP%
63.6 QBR
4 rushes, 29 yds
L, 10-45 vs. Kansas City

13 GP, 13 GS
274-of-456, 3,203 yds
16 TDs, 12 INTs, 60.1 CMP%
82.2 QBR
86 rushes, 489 yds, 0 TDs
PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (4-9)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

PLAYED
2 Tackles, 1 Assisted Tackle, 1 Pass Defended
L, 26-27 at New England

13 GP, 13 GS
24 Total Tackles, 11 Assisted Tackles, 2 Sacks, 1 Pass Defended

J.D. WALTON

C | Denver Broncos (11-2)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
W, 51-28 vs. Tennessee

0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats
DANNY WATKINS

OL | Miami Dolphins (7-6)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
W, 34-28 at Pittsburgh

1 GP, 0 GS
No Stats
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (2-11)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
1 Assisted Tackle
L, 20-27 at Jacksonville
13 GP
5 Total Tackles, 3 Assisted Tackle

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (5-8)
NFL Experience:
2nd Year
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
2 receptions, 17 yds.
AVG 8.5 Long 13
L, 28-51 at Denver

13 GP, 9 GS
73 receptions, 857 yds
AVG 11.7 Long 45
2 TD's

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

WR | Dallas Cowboys (7-6)
NFL Experience:
Rookie
Years at Baylor:
2008-12

PLAYED
2 Receptions for 36 yds.
AVG 18.0 Long 18
L, 28-45 at Chicago

13 GP, 6 GS
35 receptions, 567 yds
AVG 16.2 Long 82
5 TD's


FOOTBALL SELLING 1950s THROWBACK UNIFORMS
11:48 A.M., THURSDAY, DEC. 5, 2013

The 2013 Baylor team will wear NIKE retro uniforms in honor of the 1950 squad at Saturday's game vs. Texas, the final game ever at Floyd Casey Stadium. Game-worn retro uniform sets, including the helmet, jersey and pants, are priced at $750 for the set of three items, and will be sold on a first-come, first-serve basis. To order a set in advance, e-mail BUFBEquipment@baylor.edu. The set is being sold as-is, and helmets are game used for display purposes only. Sales tax is included in the price of the uniform package.

This football helmet is FOR DISPLAY PURPOSES ONLY. The football helmet is sold "AS IS" and WITHOUT WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE LIABILITY, IF ANY, OF SELLER FOR DIRECT DAMAGES WHETHER ARISING FROM SELLER'S NEGLIGENCE, INDEMNITY, STRICT LIABILITY OR OTHER TORT, OR OTHERWISE WITH RESPECT TO THE GOODS IS LIMITED TO AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED THE PRICE OF THE PARTICULAR GOOD GIVING RISE TO THE LIABILITY.

Below is the list of jersey numbers available. Email top 5-10 choices to BUFBEquipment@baylor.edu. There are no refunds or exchanges.


BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK 13 UPDATE
2:41 P.M., TUESDAY, DEC. 3, 2013

PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 13
SEASON UPDATE
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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (3-9)
NFL Experience:
11th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED
2/2 FG, Long of 49
4/4 PAT
W, 34-31 at Buffalo

10 GP
19/21 FG, long of 53 yds
28/28 PAT

JOSH GORDON

WR | Cleveland Browns (4-8)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
10 Receptions for 261 yds., 2 TDs
AVG. 26.1, Long 95 yds.
L, 28-32 vs. Jacksonville

10 GP, 10 GS
64 Receptions for 1,249 yds. AVG. 19.5 Long 95 yds. 7 TDs. 3 Rushing Attempts for 32 yds
0 TDs

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/headshot/B/R/Y/BRY500226.jpg ROBERT GRIFFIN III

QB | Washington Redskins (3-9)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
24-of-32, 207 yds, 1 TD
75.0 CMP%
102.0 QBR
12 rushes, 88 yds
L, 17-24 vs. New York Giants

12 GP, 12 GS
262-of-430, 3,039 yds
15 TDs, 11 INTs, 60.9 CMP%
83.3 QBR
82 rushes, 460 yds, 0 TDs
PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (4-8)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

PLAYED
2 Tackles
L, 28-32 vs. Jacksonville

12 GP, 12 GS
22 Total Tackles, 10 Assisted Tackles, 2 Sacks

J.D. WALTON

C | Denver Broncos (10-2)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
W, 35-28 at Kansas City

0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats
DANNY WATKINS

OL | Miami Dolphins (6-6)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
W, 23-3 at New York Jets

1 GP, 0 GS
No Stats
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (2-10)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
No Stats
L, 31-34 vs. New England
12 GP
4 Total Tackles, 2 Assisted Tackle

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (5-7)
NFL Experience:
2nd Year
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
6 receptions, 77 yds.
AVG 12.8 Long 35
L, 14-22 at Indianapolis

12 GP, 8 GS
71 receptions, 840 yds
AVG 11.8 Long 45
2 TD's

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

WR | Dallas Cowboys (7-5)
NFL Experience:
Rookie
Years at Baylor:
2008-12

PLAYED
3 Reception for 23 yds.
AVG 7.7 Long 14
W, 31-24 vs. Oakland

12 GP, 6 GS
33 receptions, 531 yds
AVG 16.1 Long 82
5 TD's


BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK 12 UPDATE
8:25 P.M., TUESDAY, NOV. 26, 2013

PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 12
SEASON UPDATE
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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (2-9)
NFL Experience:
11th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED
2/3 FG, Long of 39
1/1 PAT
L, 13-17 vs. New Orleans

9 GP
17/19 FG, long of 53 yds
25/25 PAT

JOSH GORDON

WR | Cleveland Browns (4-7)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
14 Receptions for 237 yds., 1 TD
AVG. 16.9, Long 47 yds.
L, 11-27 vs Pittsburgh

9 GP, 9 GS
54 Receptions for 988 yds. AVG. 18.3 Long 74 yds. 5 TDs. 3 Rushing Attempts for 32 yds
0 TDs

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QB | Washington Redskins (3-8)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
17-of-27, 127 yds
63.0 CMP%
58.7 QBR
6 rushes, 22 yds
L, 6-27 vs. San Fransisco

11 GP, 11 GS
239-of-399, 2,841 yds
14 TDs, 11 INTs, 59.9 CMP%
81.9 QBR
72 rushes, 367 yds, 0 TDs
PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (4-7)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
No Stats
L, 11-27 vs. Pittsburgh

11 GP, 11 GS
20 Total Tackles, 10 Assisted Tackles, 2 Sacks

J.D. WALTON

C | Denver Broncos (9-2)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
L, 31-34 at New England

0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats
DANNY WATKINS

OL | Miami Dolphins (5-6)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
L, 16-20 vs. Carolina

1 GP, 0 GS
No Stats
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (2-9)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
1 Assisted Tackle
L, 6-13 vs. Jacksonville
11 GP
1 Solo Tackle, 1 Assisted Tackle

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (5-6)
NFL Experience:
2nd Year
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
6 receptions, 103 yds, 1 TD
AVG 17.2 Long 31
W, 23-19 at Oakland

11 GP, 7 GS
65 receptions, 763 yds
AVG 11.7 Long 45
2 TD's

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

WR | Dallas Cowboys (6-5)
NFL Experience:
Rookie
Years at Baylor:
2008-12

STARTED
1 Reception for 10 yds.
AVG 10.0 Long 10
W, 24-21 at New York Giants

11 GP, 6 GS
30 receptions, 508 yds
AVG 16.9 Long 82
5 TD's


BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK 11 UPDATE
2:52 P.M., TUESDAY, NOV. 19, 2013

PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 11
SEASON UPDATE
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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (2-8)
NFL Experience:
11th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED
2/2 FG, Long of 49
2/2 PAT
L, 28-41 at Tampa Bay

9 GP
15/16 FG, long of 53 yds
23/23 PAT

JOSH GORDON

WR | Cleveland Browns (4-6)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
5 Receptions for 125 yds., 1 TD
AVG. 25.0, Long 74 yds.
L, 20-41 at Cincinnati

8 GP, 8 GS
40 Receptions for 751 yds. AVG. 18.8 Long 74 yds. 4 TDs. 3 Rushing Attempts for 32 yds
0 TDs

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QB | Washington Redskins (3-7)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
17-of-35, 264 yds, 2 TD's
48.6 CMP%
81.1 QBR
10 rushes, 44 yds
L, 16-24 at Philadelphia

10 GP, 10 GS
222-of-372, 2,450 yds
14 TDs, 10 INTs, 59.7 CMP%
83.6 QBR
66 rushes, 345 yds, 0 TDs
PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (4-6)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
2 assisted tackles
L, 20-41 at Cincinnati

10 GP, 10 GS
20 Total Tackles, 10 Assisted Tackles, 2 Sacks

J.D. WALTON

C | Denver Broncos (9-1)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
W, 27-17 vs. Kansas City

0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats
DANNY WATKINS

OL | Miami Dolphins (5-5)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

PLAYED
No Stats
W, 20-16 vs. San Diego

1 GP, 0 GS
No Stats
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (2-8)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
No Stats
L, 23-28 vs. Oakland
10 GP
1 Tackle

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (4-6)
NFL Experience:
2nd Year
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
9 receptions, 80 yds
AVG 8.9 Long 17
L, 27-30 vs. Indianapolis

10 GP, 6 GS
59 receptions, 660 yds
AVG 11.2 Long 45
1 TD

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

WR | Dallas Cowboys (5-5)
NFL Experience:
Rookie
Years at Baylor:
2008-12

DID NOT PLAY
BYE

10 GP, 5 GS
29 receptions, 498 yds
AVG 17.2 Long 82
5 TD's


BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK 10 UPDATE
3:52 P.M., TUESDAY, NOV. 12, 2013

PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 10
SEASON UPDATE
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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (2-7)
NFL Experience:
11th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED
1/1 FG, Long of 53
1/1 PAT
L, 10-33 vs. Seattle

9 GP
13/14 FG, long of 53 yds
21/21 PAT

JOSH GORDON

WR | Cleveland Browns (4-5)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

DID NOT PLAY
BYE



7 GP, 7 GS
35 Receptions for 626 yds. AVG. 17.9 Long 47 yds. 3TDs. 3 Rushing Attempts for 32 yds
0 TDs

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QB | Washington Redskins (3-6)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
24-of-37, 281 yds, 3 TD's
64.9 CMP%
114.8 QBR
7 rushes, 44 yds
L, 27-34 Minnesota

9 GP, 9 GS
205-of-337, 2,450 yds
12 TDs, 9 INTs, 60.8 CMP%
83.8 QBR
56 rushes, 301 yds, 0 TDs
PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (4-5)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

DID NOT PLAY
BYE

9 GP, 9 GS
18 Total Tackles, 8 Assisted Tackles, 2 Sacks

J.D. WALTON

C | Denver Broncos (8-1)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
W, 28-20 at San Diego

0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats
DANNY WATKINS

OL | Miami Dolphins (4-5)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
L, 19-22 at Tampa Bay

0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (2-7)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
No Stats
L, 24-27 at Arizona
9 GP
1 Tackle

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (4-5)
NFL Experience:
2nd Year
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
7 receptions, 78 yds
AVG 11.1 Long 26
L, 27-29 vs. Jacksonville

9 GP, 5 GS
50 receptions, 580 yds
AVG 11.6 Long 45
1 TD

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

WR | Dallas Cowboys (5-5)
NFL Experience:
Rookie
Years at Baylor:
2008-12

STARTED
1 receptions, 21 yds, 1 TD
AVG 21.0 Long 21
L, 17-49 at New Orleans

10 GP, 5 GS
29 receptions, 498 yds
AVG 17.2 Long 82
5 TD's


BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK 9 UPDATE
3:42 P.M., TUESDAY, NOV. 5, 2013

PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 9
SEASON UPDATE
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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (2-6)
NFL Experience:
11th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED
1/1 FG, Long of 28
1/1 PAT
L, 10-34 at Carolina

8 GP
12/13 FG, long of 52 yds
20/20 PAT

JOSH GORDON

WR | Cleveland Browns (4-5)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
3 Receptions for 44 yds.
AVG. 14.7, Long 27 yds.
1 Rushing Attempt for 10 yards
W, 24-18 vs. Baltimore

7 GP, 7 GS
35 Receptions for 626 yds. AVG. 17.9 Long 47 yds. 3TDs. 3 Rushing Attempts for 37 yds
0 TDs

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/headshot/B/R/Y/BRY500226.jpg ROBERT GRIFFIN III

QB | Washington Redskins (3-5)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
23-of-32, 291 yds,
71.9 CMP%
86.8 QBR
6 rushes, 17 yds
W, 30-24 vs. San Diego

8 GP, 8 GS
181-of-300, 2,169 yds
9 TDs, 9 INTs, 60.3 CMP%
80.0 QBR
49 rushes, 257 yds, 0 TDs
PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (4-5)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
1 tackle
W, 24-18 vs. Baltimore

9 GP, 9 GS
18 Total Tackles, 8 Assisted Tackles, 2 Sacks

J.D. WALTON

C | Denver Broncos (7-1)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

DID NOT PLAY
BYE

0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats
DANNY WATKINS

OL | Miami Dolphins (4-4)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
W, 22-20 vs. Cincinnati

0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (2-6)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
No Stats
L, 24-27 vs. Indianapolis
8 GP
1 Tackle

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (4-4)
NFL Experience:
2nd Year
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
3 receptions, 69 yds
AVG 23.0 Long 45
W, 28-21 at St. Louis

8 GP, 4 GS
43 receptions, 502 yds
AVG 11.7 Long 45
1 TD

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

WR | Dallas Cowboys (5-4)
NFL Experience:
Rookie
Years at Baylor:
2008-12

STARTED
2 receptions, 33 yds
AVG 16.5 Long 29
W, 27-23 vs. Minnesota

9 GP, 5 GS
28 receptions, 477 yds
AVG 17.0 Long 82
4 TD's


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BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK 8 UPDATE
3:16 P.M., TUESDAY, OCT. 29, 2013

PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 8
SEASON UPDATE
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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (2-5)
NFL Experience:
11th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED

2/2 FG, Long of 30
1/1 PAT
L, 13-27 at Arizona

6 GP
11/12 FG, long of 52 yds
19/19 PAT

JOSH GORDON

WR | Cleveland Browns (3-5)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
5 Receptions for 132 yds., 1 TD
AVG. 26.4, Long 47 yds.
L, 17-23 at Kansas City

6 GP, 6 GS
32 Receptions for 582 yds. AVG. 18.2 Long 47 yds. 3TDs. 2 Rushing Attempts for 22 yds
0 TDs

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/headshot/B/R/Y/BRY500226.jpg ROBERT GRIFFIN III

QB | Washington Redskins (2-5)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
15-of-30, 132 yds, 1 TD
50.0 CMP%
45.4 QBR
5 rushes, 7 yds
L, 21-45 at Denver

7 GP, 7 GS
158-of-268, 1,878 yds
9 TDs, 8 INTs, 59.0 CMP%
79.2 QBR
43 rushes, 240 yds, 0 TDs
PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (3-5)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
3 tackles, 1 Sack
L, 17-23 at Kansas City

8 GP, 8 GS
17 Total Tackles, 8 Assisted Tackles, 2 Sacks

J.D. WALTON

C | Denver Broncos (7-1)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

DID NOT PLAY
W, 45-21 vs. Washington

0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats
DANNY WATKINS

OL | Miami Dolphins (3-4)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
L, 17-27 at New England

0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (2-5)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

BYE


7 GP
1 Tackle

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (3-4)
NFL Experience:
2nd Year
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

BYE


7 GP, 3 GS
40 receptions, 433 yds
AVG 10.8 Long 32
1 TD

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

WR | Dallas Cowboys (4-4)
NFL Experience:
Rookie
Years at Baylor:
2008-12

STARTED
2 receptions, 64 yds, TD
AVG 32.0 Long 60
L, 30-31 at Detroit

8 GP, 4 GS
26 receptions, 444 yds
AVG 17.1 Long 82
4 TD's


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BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK 7 UPDATE
4:25 P.M., TUESDAY, OCT. 22, 2013

PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 7
SEASON UPDATE
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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (2-4)
NFL Experience:
11th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED

1/1 FG, Long of 23
4/4 PATs

6 GP
9/10 FG, long of 52 yds
18/18 PAT

JOSH GORDON

WR | Cleveland Browns (3-4)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
2 Receptions for 21 yds.
AVG. 10.5, Long 14 yds.
L, 13-31 at Green Bay

5 GP, 5 GS
27 Receptions for 450 yds. AVG. 16.7 Long 47 yds. 2TDs. 2 Rushing Attempts for 22 yds
0 TDs

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/headshot/B/R/Y/BRY500226.jpg ROBERT GRIFFIN III

QB | Washington Redskins (2-4)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
18-of-29, 298 yds, 1 TD
62.1 CMP%
105.2 QBR
11 rushes, 84 yds
W, 45-41 vs. Chicago

6 GP, 6 GS
143-of-238, 1,746 yds
8 TDs, 6 INTs, 60.1 CMP%
83.4 QBR
38 rushes, 233 yds, 0 TDs
PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (3-4)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
3 tackles, 2 Assissted
L, 13-31 at Green Bay

7 GP, 7 GS
14 Total Tackles, 8 Assisted Tackles, 1 Sack

J.D. WALTON

C | Denver Broncos (6-1)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

DID NOT PLAY
L, 33-39 at Indianapolis

0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats
DANNY WATKINS

OL | Miami Dolphins (3-3)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

DID NOT PLAY

No Stats
0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (2-5)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
No Stats
L, 16-17 at Kansas City
7 GP
1 Tackle

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (3-4)
NFL Experience:
2nd Year
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
9 receptions, 98 yds
AVG 10.9 Long 21
L, 17-31 vs. San Francisco

7 GP, 3 GS
40 receptions, 433 yds
AVG 10.8 Long 32
1 TD

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

WR | Dallas Cowboys (4-3)
NFL Experience:
Rookie
Years at Baylor:
2008-12

STARTED
6 receptions, 71 yds, TD
AVG 11.8 Long 25
W, 17-3 at Philadelphia

7 GP, 3 GS
24 receptions, 380 yds
AVG 15.8 Long 82
3 TD's


BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK 6 UPDATE
3:25 P.M., TUESDAY, OCT. 15, 2013

PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 6
SEASON UPDATE
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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (1-4)
NFL Experience:
11th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

DID NOT PLAY

BYE

5 GP
8/9 FG, long of 52 yds
14/14 PAT

JOSH GORDON

WR | Cleveland Browns (3-3)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
7 Receptions for 126 yds.
AVG. 18.0, Long 36 yds.
L, 17-31 vs. Detroit

4 GP, 4 GS
25 Receptions for 429 yds. AVG. 17.2 Long 47 yds. 2TDs. 2 Rushing Attempts for 22 yds
0 TDs

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/headshot/B/R/Y/BRY500226.jpg ROBERT GRIFFIN III

QB | Washington Redskins (1-4)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
19-of-39, 246 yds
48.7 CMP%
58.3 QBR
9 rushes, 77 yds
BYE

5 GP, 5 GS
125-of-209, 1,448 yds
6 TDs, 5 INTs, 59.8 CMP%
80.4 QBR
27 rushes, 147 yds, 0 TDs
WILLIE JEFFERSON

LB | Houston Texans (2-4)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

PLAYED
No Stats
L, 13-38 vs. St. Louis

6 GP, 0 GS
1 tackle, 1 assisted tackle

PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (3-3)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
No Stats
L, 17-31 vs. Detroit

6 GP, 6 GS
11 Total Tackles, 6 Assisted Tackles, 1 Sack

J.D. WALTON

C | Denver Broncos (6-0)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

DID NOT PLAY
W, 35-19 vs. Jacksonville

0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats
DANNY WATKINS

OL | Miami Dolphins (3-2)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

DID NOT PLAY

BYE
0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (2-4)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
No Stats
L, 13-38 vs. St. Louis
6 GP
1 Tackle

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (3-3)
NFL Experience:
2nd Year
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

PLAYED
5 receptions, 69 yds
AVG 13.8 Long 32
L, 13-20 At Seattle

6 GP, 2 GS
31 receptions, 335 yds
AVG 10.8 Long 32
1 TD

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

WR | Dallas Cowboys (3-3)
NFL Experience:
Rookie
Years at Baylor:
2008-12

PLAYED
2 receptions, 27 yds, TD
AVG 13.5 Long 15
W, 31-16 vs. Washington

6 GP, 2 GS
18 receptions, 309 yds
AVG 17.2 Long 82
2 TD's


BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK 5 UPDATE
3:15 P.M., TUESDAY, OCT. 8, 2013

PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 5
SEASON UPDATE
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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (1-4)
NFL Experience:
11th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED
0/0 FG
4/4 PATs
L, 28-30 vs. New York Jets

5 GP
8/9 FG, long of 52 yds
14/14 PAT

JOSH GORDON

WR | Cleveland Browns (3-2)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
4 Receptions for 86 yds, TD.
AVG. 21.5, Long 37 yds.
W, 37-24 vs. Buffalo

3 GP, 3 GS
18 Receptions for 303 yds. AVG. 16.8 Long 47 yds. 2TDs. 1 Rushing Attempt for 22 yds
0 TDs

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QB | Washington Redskins (1-3)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
BYE

4 GP, 4 GS
106-of-170, 1202 yds
6 TDs, 4 INTs, 62.3 CMP%
85.5 QBR
18 rushes, 72 yds, 0 TDs
WILLIE JEFFERSON

LB | Houston Texans (2-3)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

PLAYED
1 tackle
L, 3-34 at San Francisco

5 GP, 0 GS
2 tackles

PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (3-2)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
4 Tackles
W, 32-24 vs. Buffalo

5 GP, 5 GS
11 Tackles, 4 Assisted Tackles, 1 Sack

J.D. WALTON

C | Denver Broncos (5-0)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

DID NOT PLAY
W, 51-48 vs. Dallas

0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats
DANNY WATKINS

OL | Miami Dolphins (3-2)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
L, 23-26 vs. Baltimore
0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (2-3)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
No Stats
L, 3-34 at San Francisco
5 GP
1 Tackle

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (3-2)
NFL Experience:
2nd Year
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
6 receptions, 74 yds
AVG 12.3 Long 24
L, 17-26 vs. Kansas City

5 GP, 2 GS
26 receptions, 266 yds
AVG 10.2 Long 25
1 TD

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

WR | Dallas Cowboys (2-3)
NFL Experience:
Rookie
Years at Baylor:
2008-12

STARTED
4 receptions, 151 yds, TD
AVG 37.8 Long 82
L, 48-51 vs. Denver

5 GP, 2 GS
16 receptions, 282 yds
AVG 17.6 Long 82
1 TD's


BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK 4 UPDATE
3:54 P.M., TUESDAY, OCT. 1, 2013

PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 4
SEASON UPDATE
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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (1-3)
NFL Experience:
11th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED
3/3 FG
2/2 PATs
L, 30-23 at New England

4 GP
8/9 FG, long of 52 yds
10/10 PAT

JOSH GORDON

WR | Cleveland Browns (2-2)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
4 Receptions for 71 yds.
AVG. 17.8, Long 33 yds.
W, 17-6 vs. Cinncinnati

2 GP, 2 GS
14 Receptions for 217 yds. AVG. 15.5 Long 47 yds. 1TDs. 1 Rushing Attempt for 22 yds
0 TDs

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/headshot/B/R/Y/BRY500226.jpg ROBERT GRIFFIN III

QB | Washington Redskins (1-3)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
18-of-31, 227 yds.
1TD, 0 INT, 58 CMP%
91.7QBR
3 rushes, 10 yds.
W, 24-14 at Oakland

4 GP, 4 GS
106-of-170, 1202 yds
6 TDs, 4 INTs, 62.3 CMP%
85.5 QBR
18 rushes, 72 yds, 0 TDs
WILLIE JEFFERSON

LB | Houston Texans (2-2)
NFL Experience:
1st Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

PLAYED
No Stats
L, 23-20 vs Seattle

4 GP, 0 GS
1 Assisted Tackle

PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (2-2)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
2 Tackles
W, 17-6 vs. Cinncinnati

4 GP, 4 GS
6 Tackles, 4 Assisted Tackles, 1 Sack

J.D. WALTON

C | Denver Broncos (4-0)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

DID NOT PLAY
W, 52-20 vs. Philadelphia

0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats
DANNY WATKINS

OL | Miami Dolphins (3-1)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

DID NOT PLAY
No Stats
L, 38-17 at New Orleans
0 GP, 0 GS
No Stats
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (2-2)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
No Stats
L, 23-20 vs Seattle
4 GP
1 Tackle

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (3-1)
NFL Experience:
2nd Year
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
5 receptions, 56 yds
AVG 11.2 Long 25
W, 38-13 vs. New York Jets

4 GP, 1 GS
20 receptions, 192 yds
AVG 9.6 Long 25
1 TD

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

WR | Dallas Cowboys (2-2)
NFL Experience:
Rookie
Years at Baylor:
2008-12

STARTED
7 receptions, 71 yds
AVG 10.1 Long 14
L, 30-21 at San Diego

4 GP, 1 GS
12 receptions, 131 yds
AVG 10.9 Long 23
0 TD's