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Bulls in the Pros: Week 7

It was another quiet week in the NFL for former USF players

New York Giants v Chicago Bears Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images

Week 7 was probably the most underwhelming of the NFL season for former USF football players. However, there was one bit of news from the last week. We’ve added another NFL Bull to this list.

Aaron Lynch- Jacksonville Jaguars, DE

Lynch came out of retirement to play in Duval. He was activated on to the 53-man roster on Monday. Expect him to make his debut this week.

Jason Pierre-Paul- Tampa Bay Buccaneers OLB

Pierre-Paul had his quietest game of 2020 so far against the Las Vegas Raiders. He played 86% of the team’s defensive snaps, but failed to log anything on the stat sheet in the blowout win.

The Bucs hit the field again Monday night against the New York Giants

Austin Reiter- Kansas City Chiefs C

After not playing a single snap in Kansas City’s win over Buffalo, he was back in action this week. The center played 10 offensive snaps and eight special teams snaps. It might be an uphill battle for him to get his starting spot back.

The Chiefs take on the New York Jets on Sunday.

Marquez Valdes-Scantling- Green Bay Packers WR

MVS didn’t register a catch in the Packers’ win over the Houston Texans, even though he played 82% of the team’s offensive snaps. He did get four targets, but failed to haul any of them in. He got his first carry of the year though, going for nine yards.

The Packers take on the Vikings on Sunday.

D’Ernest Johnson- Cleveland Browns RB

Johnson saw two offensive snaps and got a carry on one of them. In his lone opportunity to handle the ball, he got three yards. He didn’t play any special teams snaps either.

The Browns take on the Raiders this weekend.

Deadrin Senat- Atlanta Falcons DT

Senat was a healthy scratch against the Lions last week. The Falcons take on the Panthers in Carolina on Thursday night.