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A Quick Look-Hokies in the NFL

A look at the Hokies playing in the NFL.

Jeff Gross

Virginia Tech at the beginning of the 2014 NFL season had 25 players signed as either active roster members or practice squad players. In week 6, there are 23 Hokies on NFL teams although several are listed on the Injury Reserve list such as David Wilson, Eddie Whitely and DeAngelo Hall.

James Anderson Tennessee Titans Linebacker
Jarrett Boykin Green Bay Packers Wide Receiver
Duane Brown Houston Texans Offensive Tackle
Kam Chancellor Seattle Seahawks Strong Safety
Antone Exum Minnesota Vikings Cornerback
Brandon Flowers San Diego Chargers Cornerback
Kyle Fuller Chicago Bears Cornerback
Corey Fuller Detroit Lions Wide Receiver
Shayne Graham New Orleans Saints Place kicker
DeAngelo Hall Washington Redskins Cornerback
Jayron Hosley New York Giants Cornerback
Will Montgomery Denver Broncos Center
Josh Morgan Chicago Bears Wide Receiver
Vinston Painter Cleveland Browns Offensive Tackle
Eddie Royal San Diego Chargers Wide Receiver
Andre Smith Cleveland Browns Tight End
Darryl Tapp Detroit Lions Defensive End
Tyrod Taylor Baltimore Ravens Quarterback
Logan Thomas Arizona Cardinals Quarterback
Michael Vick New York Jets Quarterback
Eddie Whitley Arizona Cardinals Defensive Back
David Wilson New York Giants Running Back
Jason Worilds Pittsburgh Steelers Linebacker

Rookie Spotlight

Logan Thomas--Might be getting his first NFL start this Sunday as the Cardinals host the Washington Redskins. Thomas saw action last week and went 1/8 for 81 and a TD. His lone completion was an impressive throw an catch from Thomas to former Clemson standout Andre Ellington.

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Kyle Fuller--Might be the front runner for NFC defensive rookie of the year. Fuller has a combined 25 tackles and 3 interceptions, which is a league best. Two of those interceptions, which you can watch below, came against the SF 49ers in week 2.

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Go Hokies!