This Week: Anderson saw playing time this week in the Bears major upset over the Steelers, 23-17. This is his third season in the NFL, all with the Bears. He has 44 career tackles and an interception in 20 career games.
This Week: Boykin is currently part of the Seahawks' practice squad after joining the team in 2016 as an undrafted rookie free agent. As a rookie, he played in two games, completing 13 of 18 passes for 145 yards with one touchdown and one interception.
This Week: Cannon sat out this weeks game against Houston due to a concussion and ankle injury. The two-time Super Bowl champion started all 15 games he played in last season, including New England's Super Bowl LI victory, and earned Second-Team All-Pro honors. He has played in 81 career games with 35 career starts.
This Week: Carder is currently on the Browns' injured reserve list. He is in his sixth season in the NFL, all in Cleveland. He has played in at least 15 games in each of his first five seasons, posting 53 career tackles.
This Week: Carraway has been inactive for the Titans first three weeks of the 2017 season. In his rookie season, Carraway is part of the Titans' full 53-man roster after being a 7th-round draft pick. Carraway was a First-Team All-Big 12 selection as a junior and senior.
This Week: Collins has been inactive for the for the Vikings first three weeks of the 2017 season. In his rookie season, Collins is part of the Vikings' full 53-man roster after being an undrafted rookie free agent. At the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine, he ran the fastest 40-yard dash (4.81 seconds) among offensive linemen and was the second best performer in the bench press (34 reps).
This Week: Dalton, a three-time Pro Bowl selection, completed 21 out of 27 pass attempts on Sunday evening in the Browns close match-up with the Packers. Dalton recorded 2 touchdowns in the game. Click here to see his 10 yard TD pass to A.J. Green. The 2011 Rose Bowl MVP has led the Bengals to four playoff appearances. He entered 2017 with over 22,000 career passing yards and 142 career passing touchdowns.
This Week: Doctson started once again this week for the Redskins in their win against the Raiders. He only had one reception in the game, but it was a 52-yard TD pass which added to their 27-10 win. Doctson is entering his second season with the Redskins in 2017. He played in just two games as a rookie before a season-ending injury, catching two passes for 66 yards. The 2015 consensus All-American was the 22nd pick in the 2016 NFL Draft.
This Week: Hughes started for a Bills defense that resulted in a win against a strong Broncos offense. He recorded 3 tackles, two of which were unassisted. Hughes is entering his eighth season in the NFL and his fifth with the Bills. Of his 38 career sacks, 33 have come with Buffalo where he has started all but one game in the last three seasons. The 2009 Ted Hendricks Award and Lott Trophy recipient has also forced eight career fumbles and has 264 career tackles.
This Week: Jones saw action on the Panthers' special teams in a Week 3. He is entering his seventh season in the NFL and his sixth with the Panthers. In 91 career games he has recorded 81 tackles and an interception.
This Week: Kerley had 5 receptions for 42 on Sunday afternoon on home field against the Dolphins in their 20-6 win. Kerley is in his 7th season in the NFL and returns to the New York Jets in 2017. Kerley spent the first five seasons of his career with the Jets, but was with the San Francisco 49ers in 2016. While with the 49ers, Kerley posted career-bests of 64 receptions and 667 receiving yards. In his career, Kerley has totaled 254 catches for 2,948 yards with 12 touchdowns.
This Week: Kindred started for the Browns in their Week 2 contest at Baltimore. He recorded 6 tackles, including 3 unassisted tackles. Kindred is in his second season with the Browns after joining the team in 2016 as a fourth-round draft pick. He played in the team's first 12 games last season, including five starts, before suffering a season-ending injury.
This Week: Newhouse was a starting offensive guard for Oakland for third straight week. The veteran of four NFL teams began his career with four seasons in Green Bay where he was part of the Super Bowl XLV Championship team. After a one-year stint in Cincinnati, Newhouse spent the last two seasons with the New York Giants. He has played in 88 career games with 58 starts.
This Week: Vaitai did not start but saw significant time on the Eagles offensive line in Week 3 against the Giants, helping them to a 27-24 win. He enters his second season with the Eagles after joining the team in 2016 as a fifth-round draft pick. In 2016, he started the Eagles' week 6 game at Washington and held onto a starting spot for six weeks before an injury kept him out for significant time. In all, Vaitai played in seven games as a rookie.
This Week: Verrett and the rest of the Chargers had a bye this week. He is in his fourth season in the NFL, all with the Chargers. A Pro Bowl selection in 2015, Verrett was injured in a week 4 game against New Orleans in 2016 and missed the remainder of the season. In his career, Verrett has played in 25 games with five interceptions and 19 passes defended.