Damarious Randall lays out Kansas City Chiefs running back on Monday Night Football
The Packers rookie from Arizona State had made some notable plays early on Monday Night Football, even drawing compliments from former NFL head coach and ESPN color analyst John Gruden.
After getting beat by Chiefs receiver Jeremy Maclin on a few plays (including a 60-yard catch-and-run), Randall emphatically reintroduced himself to the fans of Lambeau Field by laying the hammer down on Kansas City running back Charcandrick West.
Ouch. Go home Chiefs. pic.twitter.com/lIaIdEktYp— SB Nation GIF (@SBNationGIF) September 29, 2015
Randall would finish with three tackles (two solo) and one pass defended in Green Bay's 38-28 win over the Chiefs.
Rashad Ross returns kickoff for a touchdown
The speedy Ross weaved through the coverage team and then tight-roped the sideline while breaking a tackle before finding his way into the end zone on a 101-yard return.
Ross also snagged two catches on two targets for 27 yards, and returned four kickoffs for 158 yards in Washington's 32-21 loss to the New York Giants.
|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||3 tackles (2 solo), 1 pass defended in 38-28 vs. Kansas City Chiefs|
|Jaelen Strong, WR - No. 11||Houston Texans||Rd 3, Pick 70||Second-team wide receiver No. 2||Inactive|
|Jamil Douglas, OG - No. 75||Miami Dolphins||Rd 4, Pick 114||Starting right guard||N/A in 41-14 loss vs. Buffalo Bills|
|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||7 tackles (2 solo)|
|Will Sutton, DT - No. 93||Chicago Bears||2009-13||Second-team defensive end||1 tackle, 1 QB hit|
|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||N/A|
|Rashad Ross, WR - No. 19||Washington||2011-12||Third-team wide receiver, No. 1 kick returner, No. 3 punt returner||2 rec., 27 yd; 4 KO ret, 158 yd, 1 TD|
|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 Bengals: Vontaze Burfict, LB - No. 55 (2009-11): began year on reserve/physically-unable-to-play list.
Denver Broncos: Kyle Williams, WR - No. 15 (2006-09): sustained a ruptured Achilles tendon on August 1.
Kansas City Chiefs: Paul Fanaika, OG - No. 74 (2004-08): was placed on injured reserve just days before the start of the season.