Each week we will be keeping tabs on the former Virginia Cavaliers now in the NFL. Here is how the Hoos in the NFL fared in Week 3:
Morgan Moses - Washington Redskins - Offensive Tackle: The Redskins had their bye this week, which gave Moses time to heal up from a concussion he suffered the prior game.
Brent Urban - Baltimore Ravens - Defensive End: The former star lineman for UVA started for Baltimore but did not record any stats in 35 defensive snaps in Baltimore’s win.
Eli Harold - Detroit Lions - Linebacker: Harold did not record a stat in 16 defensive plays in Detroit's loss after getting two sacks of Tom Brady last week.
Chris Long - Philadelphia Eagles - Defensive End: The former UVA legend did not record a stat in 29 defensive plays in the Eagles loss. Long did make more news off the field long by continuing his charitable work:
LaRoy Reynolds - Philadelphia Eagles - Linebacker: Reynolds saw 26 snaps of special teams action for the Eagles but did not record any stats.
Micah Kiser - Los Angeles Rams - Linebacker: Kiser has only been used on special teams for the undefeated Rams. This week he saw 20 snaps and did not record any stats.
Darius Jennings - Tennessee Titans - Wide Receiver: The former star UVA receiver was on the field for 16 offensive plays and for 13 special teams plays. He had one catch for six yards, but dropped a deep ball that might have sealed the game in overtime. Luckily, the Titans won anyways.
Matt Schaub - Atlanta Falcons - Quarterback: Schaub did not see any action in Atlanta’s shootout loss to the Bengals.
Rodney McLeod - Philadelphia Eagles - Safety: The former star defensive back tore his ACL last week and is on the IR for the rest of the season. The Eagles have already felt his absence in a loss on Sunday.
Anthony Harris - Minnesota Vikings - Safety: “Ant” Harris injured his hamstring and missed this week’s game.
Maurice Canady - Baltimore Ravens - Cornerback: Canady was placed on the injured reserve after injuring his thigh but may return later in the season.