Former Vols who saw limited action
Jauan Jennings – WR – San Francisco 49ers
Helping to restore Tennessee football to Wide Receiver U, Jauan Jennings made the most of his limited opportunities. He caught two passes for 34 yards in the San Francisco 49ers’ 33-17 win over the Miami Dolphins.
Velus Jones Jr. – WR – Chicago Bears
Continuing to develop as a rookie, Velus Jones Jr. had a one-yard run, played 23 percent of offensive snaps and averaged 28.5 yards a kickoff return on four returns as the Green Bay Packers beat the Chicago Bears 28-19 Sunday.
Jakob Johnson – FB – Las Vegas Raiders
He didn’t rack up any stats, but Jakob Johnson played 36 percent of offensive snaps in the Raiders’ 27-20 win over the Chargers.
Michael Palardy – P – New England Patriots
It was just his third week of playing, but Michael Palardy pinned two of six punts inside the 20-yard line and averaged 41.83 yards per punt as the New England Patriots lost 24-10 to the Buffalo Bills.
Morgan Cox – LS – Tennessee Titans
Appearing on nine special teams snaps, Morgan Cox was in as Ryan Stonehouse averaged 57.3 yards per punt on 11 punts, and he was in on a made extra point and a made 36-yard field goal by Randy Bullock as the Tennessee Titans lost to the Philadelphia Eagles 35-10.
Marquez Callaway – WR – New Orleans Saints
Here’s one Tennessee football player who saw limited action in the Saints’ 17-16 loss to the Bucs. Marquez Callaway had no catches, one target and played just 22 percent of offensive snaps.
Micah Abernathy – DB – Green Bay Packers
In his debut this year, Micah Abernathy assisted on a tackle, played 2 percent of defensive snaps and was in on 29 percent of special teams plays in the Packers’ 28-19 win over the Bears.
Jalen Reeves-Maybin – LB – Houston Texans
Reverting back to just special teams, Jalen Reeves-Maybin had one solo tackle and was in on 90 percent of special teams plays in the Houston Texans’ 27-14 loss to the Cleveland Browns.
Theo Jackson – DB – Minnesota Vikings
Another rookie seeing more action, Theo Jackson assisted on a tackle and was in on 84 percent of special teams plays as the Minnesota Vikings beat the New York Jets 27-22.
Justin Coleman – DB – Seattle Seahawks
Joining Darrell Taylor in the Seahawks’ 27-23 win over the Rams, Justin Coleman was in on 33 percent of the game’s special teams plays.