Vols in the NFL – Week 10 Update

Week 10 of NFL action is in the books for former Tennessee Volunteers in the NFL. The game weekend was marked by a historic game overseas involving two VFLs, rookies who continued to have success in Year 1 and a milestone achieved for a West Coast wideout.

At 9:30 a.m. ET Sunday, the first ever NFL regular-season game got underway on German soil when Justin Coleman and Darrell Taylor moved into the Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany — normally home to Bayern Munich. Both former Vols found the stat sheet as they each recorded an in-game tackle on a monumental day for football and the sport that was growing in popularity internationally.

Rookies Theo Jackson and Alontae Taylor continue to impress in secondary as Jackson recorded his first multi-tackle game of his career in a thrilling 33-30 comeback win in overtime for the Minnesota Vikings. Similarly, Alontae Taylor notched a season-high six tackles for the New Orleans Saints against Pittsburgh. The first-year cornerback, who has started his last four games, is yet to concede a touchdown this season.

On the offensive side of the ball, Jauan Jennings achieved a career milestone with San Francisco’s 22-16 win over the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday night. He had four receptions for 40 yards in the game and notched his 500th NFL receiving yard in his sophomore year in the league.

In roster news, Josh Malone signed with the Steelers practice team last Tuesday. It’s his first NFL contract this season after spending the second half of 2021 on the Green Bay practice team.

A full recap of Week 10 NFL Vols is below.

Micah Abernathy-S-Packers
practice squad

Derek Barnett – DE – Eagles
injured reserve

Matthew Butler – DT – Raiders
didn’t play

Marquez Callaway – WR – Saints
didn’t play

Justin Coleman-DB-Seahawks
Recorded a solo tackle against Tampa Bay in Munich

Morgan Cox – LS – Titans
Snapped 11 snaps at a chilling game in Nashville vs Denver for the second week in a row. His flawless game helped Tennessee win 17-10 and helped extend their lead in the AFC South and lead the division by two games

Joshua Dobbs-QB-Browns
didn’t play

Theo Jackson – DB – Vikings
Recorded his first multi-tackle game as a pro, finishing three stops in 33-30 overtime win in Buffalo

Ja’Wuan James – OL – Ravens
injured reserve

Jauan Jennings-WR-49ers
Posted his 500th career NFL receiving yard and had four catches for 40 yards in a 22-16 win over the Chargers Sunday night

Alexander Johnson-LB-Seahawks
practice squad

Jacob Johnson – FB – Raiders
Finished as Las Vegas’ 2nd highest offensive player and 2nd best run blocker for the Raiders against Indianapolis with 20 offensive snaps

Velus Jones Jr – WR – Bears
didn’t play

Alvin Kamara – RB – Saints
In Pittsburgh, he rushed for 26 yards with eight carries and caught three passes for 19 yards

John Kelly-RB-Browns
practice squad

Jonathan Kongbo – DE – Broncos
practice squad

Josh Malone-WR-Steelers
Signed on the Steelers practice squad last Tuesday

Cade Mays-OL-Panthers
Saw his fourth action of the season Thursday night in a 25-15 Thursday night win over Atlanta

Khalil McKenzie – OL – Ravens
practice squad

Emmanuel Moseley-CB-49ers
injured reserve

Michael Palardy – P – Patriots
practice squad

Joshua Palmer – WR – Chargers
Counted 44 receiving yards on three catches and had a 25-yard tie with Justin Herbert on Sunday Night Football

Cordarrelle Patterson – WR – Falcons
I only saw six touches on a rainy night in Charlotte against the Panthers, totaling 20 yards, 18 of which came in running play

Jalen Reeves-Maybin – LB – Texans
Made a solo tackle against the New York Giants

Trey Smith – OL – Bosses
Named Kansas City’s top offensive lineman according to Pro Football Focus and named top run blocker with a 27-17 win while playing his 500th offensive snap of the season

Cameron Sutton-CB-Steelers
He returned to the action, starting against New Orleans and finishing two solo tackles in the 20-10 win

Alontae Taylor – CB – Saints
He continued his rise through the Saints’ secondary school, notching a season-high six tackles, all solo, and still hasn’t conceded a touchdown this season

Darrell Taylor – DE – Seahawks
Coming back from injury and had an assisted tackle against Tampa Bay in Munich, Germany

Bryce Thompson – DB – Saints
practice squad

Shy Tuttle – DL – Saints
Registered his 25th tackle of the season against Pittsburgh

Kendal Vickers – DE – Raiders
Finished his 20th NFL tackle against Indianapolis, defeating Jonathan Taylor in the first quarter

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