The following are the statistics and snap counts for all BYU alumni who played in the NFL this week:
Bronson Kaufusi, DE, Baltimore Ravens. Kaufusi played in his first NFL game this week, getting the start and first tackle against Pittsburgh. He had one solo tackle and played 23 defensive snaps (30%) and six snaps on special teams (24%). Season Totals: One solo tackle.
Kyle Van Noy, LB, New England Patriots. The Pats lost, but Van Noy had a fantastic game recording four solo tackles, two assisted tackles, and a sack. He started and once again played every defensive snap (63) as well as six snaps on special teams (21%). Season Totals: 21 solo tackles, six assisted tackles, one sack.
Ezekiel Ansah, DE, Detroit Lions. Ansah started and had three solo tackles in the Lions victory over Minnesota. He played 36 defensive snaps (64%) and one special teams snap (4%). Season Totals: 10 solo tackles, three sacks, one forced fumble.
Jamaal Williams, RB, Green Bay Packers. Williams saw a little more action this week in Green Bay’s win over Chicago and rushed four times for 11 yards and caught one pass for one yard. He played 12 offensive snaps (22%) and five snaps on special teams (19%). Season Totals: Five rushes for 21 yards, one reception for five yards
Daniel Sorensen, S, Kansas City Chiefs. Started and had one solo tackle in the Chief’s win over Washington. Season Totals: 15 solo tackles, two assisted tackles, one pass defended.
Kai Nacua, DB, Cleveland Browns. Recorded no stats against Cincinnati, playing 11 snaps on special teams (44%). Season Totals: No stats
John Denney, LS, Miami Dolphins. Played in six special team plays (32%) as long snapper and recorded no stats. Season Totals: No stats.
Harvey Langi, ILB, New England Patriots. Langi was not active this week. Season Totals: One solo tackle
Taysom Hill, QB, New Orleans Saints. On the 53 man roster but has not seen any game action yet. Season Totals: No stats.