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ASU Football: How ASU Alumni have looked in preseason

We take a look at every Sun Devil currently in the NFL and how they've performed through three preseason games.

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The Sun Devils had four players selected in the 2015 NFL Draft. We've talked about how they were managing through training camp, but how are they—along with the other ASU alums playing in the NFL—looking so far?

Arizona Cardinals: RB Marion Grice — Grice sat out the Cardinals' first preseason game, however he scored in both the second and third game. He turned in a three-carry, 17-yard performance against the Oakland Raiders in Week 3.

Atlanta Falcons: none

Baltimore Ravens: DE Lawrence Guy, OLB Terrell Suggs — Guy has recorded eight tackles through three games, while Suggs has managed two tackles and an interception through three games.

Chicago Bears: DT Will Sutton — The former Sun Devil star defensive lineman has been making his case to start along the Bears three-man front. This preseason, he's logged nine tackles and a sack.

Cincinatti Bengals: DT Marcus Hardison, OLB Vontaze Burfict — Hardison is making his case in a crowded group, tallying eight tackles, a sack and a pass defended through three games. Burfict has yet to record any statistics this preseason.

Cleveland Browns: DB Robert Nelson — no stats recorded

Dallas Cowboys: DT Davon Coleman — It's been an impressive preseason for the second-year pro; he's notched 10 tackles through three games.

Denver Broncos: QB Brock Osweiler, SS Omar Bolden, WR Kyle Williams — Osweiler has drawn mostly positive reviews this preseason. He's thrown for 376 yards, two touchdowns and one interception thus far. Bolden has one tackle through three games, meanwhile Williams suffered an injury in the preseason and is lost for the season.

Detroit Lions: none

Green Bay Packers: CB Damarious Randall, OLB Carl Bradford, C Garth Gerhart — After sitting out the first game, Randall has looked impressive, particularly in his debut when he notched an interception to go with three tackles. Bradford has also looked solid en route to registering nine tackles and a sack to this point.

Houston Texans: WR Jaelen Strong — Strong is beginning to look comfortable. After two, one-catch games, he reeled off a five-reception game against New Orleans on Sunday, hauling in a touchdown pass as well.

Indianapolis Colts: CB Deveron Carr — Carr has recorded four tackles this preseason.

Jacksonville Jaguars: none

Kansas City Chiefs: OG Paul Fanaika — The 29-year-old was in the starting lineup in Week 2 and Week 3.

Miami Dolphins: OG Jamil Douglas, TE Gerell Robinson — Douglas hasn't been able to unseat those ahead of him on the depth chart.

"Dallas Thomas and Billy Turner have faced no real pressure from Jamil Douglas since early training camp. ...Thomas and Turner have all but secured their spots at left and right guard, respectively." - Adam H. Beasley of The Miami Herald

In Week 2 against the Carolina Panthers, Robinson caught two passes, including a 56-yard touchdown. He was released from the team today.

Minnesota Vikings: none

New England Patriots: none

New Orleans Saints: LB Chris Young — no stats recorded

New York Giants: none

New York Jets: none

Oakland Raiders: none

Philadelphia Eagles: none

Pittsburgh Steelers: DB Alden Darby — In Week 3, Darby notched six tackles and a sack in a loss to the Buffalo Bills.

San Diego Chargers: none

San Francisco 49ers: none

Seattle Seahawks: DB Keelan Johnson — The one-year pro has two tackles and a pass defended in two appearances.

St. Louis Rams: none

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: none

Tennessee Titans: none

Washington: WR Rashad Ross, OG Shawn Lauvao — Ross has looked solid, catching 15 passes for 163 yards and three touchdowns. Lauvao has started all three games at guard for Washington this preseason.