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Sun Devils in the NFL: Strong misses practice on Monday after starring on Thursday Night Football

Jaelen Strong's first career catches went for touchdowns in his NFL debut.

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Deveron Carr signed to Washington practice squad

The two-year veteran cornerback (played at ASU from 2009-12) joined the practice squad on Monday after being cut waived/injured by the Indianapolis Colts during the preseason.

Carr will join collegiate teammates Rashad Ross and Shawn Luavao to become the team's third Sun Devil alum. Should he be placed on the active roster, Washington would possess the most active former Sun Devils of any team in the league (currently tied with the Denver Broncos - 2).

Jaelen Strong misses practice on Monday after scoring twice in NFL debut

Strong missed Monday's practice with an illness, per ESPN. After missing the first four games of his rookie season with the Houston Texans, Strong finally saw the field against the Indianapolis Colts on Thursday Night Football.

The former Sun Devil hauled in two passes for 53 yards and two touchdowns on two targets, including a 42-yard Hail Mary reception before halftime. House of Sparky's Ryan Bafaloukos has a full report on his performance here.

Strong was also in attendance for ASU's 48-23 win over the Colorado Buffaloes.

Rookies

Name/Position/Number Team Selected Standing This Week's Statistics
Damarious Randall, CB - No. 23 Green Bay Packers Rd 1, Pick 30 Second-team left cornerback 4 solo tackles in 24-10 win vs. San Francisco 49ers
Jaelen Strong, WR - No. 11 Houston Texans Rd 3, Pick 70 Second-team wide receiver No. 2 2 rec, 53 yd, 2 TD on 2 targets in 27-20 loss vs. Indianapolis Colts
Jamil Douglas, OG - No. 75 Miami Dolphins Rd 4, Pick 114 Starting right guard bye week
Marcus Hardison, DT - No. 91 Cincinnati Bengals Rd 4, Pick 135 Third-team right defensive tackle Inactive

Other Alumni on Active Rosters

Name/Position/No. Team Years at ASU Standing This Week's Statistics
Lawrence Guy, DE - No. 67 Baltimore Ravens 2008-10 Second-team defensive end 6 total tackles, 3 solo tackles, 3 TFL, 2 QB hits in 33-30 OT loss vs. Cleveland Browns
Will Sutton, DT - No. 93 Chicago Bears 2009-13 Second-team defensive end N/A
Davon Coleman, DT - No. 60 Dallas Cowboys 2011-13 Third-team defensive tackle N/A
Brock Osweiler, QB - No. 17 Denver Broncos 2009-11 Second-string quarterback N/A
Omar Bolden, S - No. 31 Denver Broncos 2007-10 (missed 2011) Second-team free safety 2 kickoff returns, 54 yards in 16-10 win over Oakland Raiders
Rashad Ross, WR - No. 19 Washington 2011-12 Third-team wide receiver, No. 1 kick returner, No. 3 punt returner 2 kickoff returns, 53 total yards in 25-19 OT loss vs. Atlanta Falcons
Shawn Lauvao, LG - No. 77 Washington 2005-09 Starting left guard N/A

Alumni Placed on Injured Reserve/PUP List

Baltimore Ravens: Terrell Suggs, LB - No. 55 (was at ASU from 2000-02): suffered torn Achilles injury in opening game of the season. Out for year.

Cincinnati BengalsVontaze Burfict, LB - No. 55 (2009-11): began year on reserve/physically-unable-to-play list.

Denver BroncosKyle Williams, WR - No. 15 (2006-09)sustained a ruptured Achilles tendon on August 1.

Kansas City ChiefsPaul Fanaika, OG - No. 74 (2004-08)was placed on injured reserve just days before the start of the season.