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WVUPros and their contract situations entering the NFL offseason

We examine the contract situations of WVU players in the NFL, and tell you which ones could hit free agency.

Mario Alford – Under contract with the Browns through the 2017 season.

Tavon Austin – Under contract with the Rams through 2021 after signing $42 million dollar contract. He is the 12th highest payed WR in the NFL.

Don Barclay – Signed a one-year deal with Green Bay in 2016. Could hit free-agency.

Will Clarke – Under contract with Cincinnati through the 2017 season.

K.J. Dillon – Under contract with Houston through the 2019 season.

Terence Garvin – Signed one-year deal with Washington in 2016. Could hit free-agency.

Mark Glowinski – Under contract with Seattle through 2018.

Najee Goode – His contract with Philadelphia expires at the end of this season.

Bruce Irvin – Under contract with Oakland through 2019. Second-highest paid OLB in the NFL.

Will Johnson – Under contract with the New York Giants through 2017.

Adam Pacman Jones – Under contract with Cincinnati through 2018.

Karl Joseph – Under contract with Oakland through 2019.

Nick Kwiatkoski – Under contract with Chicago through 2019.

Pat McAfee – Under contract with Indianapolis through 2018.

Charles Sims – Under contract with Tampa Bay through 2017.

Wendell Smallwood – Under contract with Philadelphia through 2019.

Geno Smith – His rookie contract with the Jets expires at the end of this season.

Quinton Spain – Under contract through 2017 with Tennessee.

Keith Tandy – Under contract with Tampa Bay through 2018.

J.T. Thomas – Under contract with the New York Giants through 2017.

Kevin White – Under contract with Chicago through 2018.

Daryl Worley – Under contract with Carolina through 2019.

Friday News Dump 12-16-16: Stories you may have missed this past week

The NFL is notorious for their “Friday News Dumps.” You know, when the League tries to get out their bad news for the week when the fewest people are looking and the news cycle is the shortest. They announce suspensions, fines, etc.

Here at College2NFLPros, we’re going to try a similar tactic (but without most of the bad news). On Fridays, we’re going to recap the week that was in one spot so you can catch up on what you may have missed from this past week.

Here goes:

Karl Joseph

Karl Joseph remains out at Raiders practice  (Note: Joseph has been ruled out for this weekend.)

Wendell Smallwood

Smallwood placed on IR

Daryl Worley

Is Daryl Worley developing faster than Josh Norman did with the Panthers?

Daryl Worley discusses first interception

Daryl Worley is not a fan of Star Wars

Tavon Austin

Tavon Austin is the best WR in the NFL in one category per ESPN

Tavon Austin on LA: ‘It’s very tough here’

Adam Pacman Jones

Feel Good Friday: Pacman Jones surprises students with bikes for Christmas

Pacman Jones calls Terrelle Pryor ‘garbage’

Terrelle Pryor on Pacman Jones calling him garbage: ‘It was an accurate statement’

Nick Kwiatkoski

The rise of Nick Kwiatkoski

Nick Kwiatkoski has his best day with the Bears

Opportunity is knocking for Nick Kwiatkoski

Shaq Riddick

Riddick signed to Steelers practice squad

Keith Tandy

VIDEO: Keith Tandy intercepts Drew Brees to seal win for Bucs

Bucs may have to choose between Keith Tandy and Chris Conte at safety

Hard work, preparation finally paying off for Tandy

Tandy up for Clutch Performer of the Week

 

Breakthrough Week for WVUPros in the NFL

Quarterback Matthew Stafford #9 of the Detroit Lions is hit by Nick Kwiatkoski #44 of the Chicago Bears during second quarter action at Ford Field on December 11, 2016 in Detroit, Michigan.
(Dec. 10, 2016 – Source: Leon Halip/Getty Images North America)

As the NFL regular season enters the home stretch, several WVUPros in the NFL will be preparing for playoff runs while others look to solidify their roles for next year. In Week 14 we saw a little bit of everything from frustrating losses, great victories, standout performances, and unfortunately injury.


Redskins
27
Final
Eagles
22

Wendell Smallwood and Najee Goode’s Eagles fell to the Redskins in Philadelphia Sunday in a back-and-forth thriller. Smallwood rushed 3 times for 3 yards and returned one kickoff for 27 yards before leaving the game with a knee injury. On Tuesday, the Eagles placed Smallwood on season ending IR with a sprained MCL. Najee Goode had one solo tackle in the game. Terence Garvin was active for the Redskins but did not show up on the stat sheet.  Next week the Eagles make the short drive to Baltimore to take on the Ravens at 1 pm EST.  The Redskins host the Panthers in the Monday night game (8:30 pm EST)

 

Texans
22
Final
Colts
17

Pat McAfee and the Colts lost a heart breaker at home to the Texans. McAfee punted two times and averaged 49 yards per punt. The loss drops the Colts record to 6-7.  This Sunday the Colts hit the road to challenge the Vikings in Minnesota. The game is set to kickoff at 1 pm EST  .

 

Bears
17
Final
Lions
20

The Bears lost a nail-biter to the division leading Lions in Detroit. Nick Kwiatkoski had a team-leading 8 tackles, including 4 solo, on the day. Kwiatkoski has settled into the starting role the past few weeks and has steadily improved. The Bears will look to play spoiler at home this Sunday against the rival Green Bay Packers (1 pm EST).

 

Chargers
16
Final
Panthers
28

The Panthers jumped out to an big early lead on the Chargers before the visiting team made it interesting at the end. A big factor in the win was the play of rookie corner Daryl Worley. Worley led the Panthers in tackles with 10 (8 solo) and collected his first career interception. Like fellow rookie Kwiatkoski, Worley has elevated his play over the past few weeks. Next week the Panthers look to keep their slim playoff hopes alive when they battle the Redskins on Monday night.

 

Raiders
13
Final
Chiefs
21

The Raiders lost to the Chiefs in disappointing fashion Thursday. Karl Joseph did not play due to a toe injury. Bruce Irvin tallied three total tackles on the night. The Raiders will look to bounce back against the Chargers in San Diego Sunday at 4:25 pm EST.

 

Saints
11
Final
Buccaneers
16

The Bucs continued their winning ways topping the Saints Sunday in Tampa. Keith Tandy continued to play inspired football by racking up 9 tackles and adding a game-clinching interception in the 4th quarter. Charles Sims returned from injury and rushed 4 times for 17 yards. He also had 3 grabs for 33 yards. The Buccaneers look to keep their winning streak alive Sunday night as they meet an angry Dallas team in Arlington (8:30 pm EST).

 

Bengals
23
Final
Browns
10

Cincinnati kept the lowly Browns winless in 2016 behind a dominant defensive performance. Adam Jones had 3 tackles on the day and helped make the Browns virtually ineffective through the air. Will Clarke played but did not register a statistic on defense. The Bengals host the Steelers Sunday at 1 pm EST.

 

Falcons
42
Final
Rams
14

Jeff Fisher was fired after the Falcons pummeled the Rams in their new L.A. home. The score is not indicative of how much of a blowout this game was as Atlanta had a 42-0 lead headed into the fourth quarter before calling off the dogs. Tavon Austin caught 7 passes for 62 yards and carried the ball twice for 27. A dejected Tavon Austin tried to contain his frustrations in the locker room afterwards. Jim Fassell takes over as the Rams’ interim head coach.