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Oklahoma State in NFL: How former Cowboys fared in Week 7

A weekly look at how former OSU players performed in the NFL.

Seattle Seahawks v Arizona Cardinals Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images

A weekly look at how former Oklahoma State players performed in the NFL.

Dan Bailey, K (Vikings)

Minnesota had a bye week.

Chris Carson, RB and Tre Flowers, DB (Seahawks)

Carson is week-to-week after an MRI confirmed a mid-foot sprain, coach Pete Carroll said Monday. He rushed for 34 yards on five carries and had a 7-yard reception before he suffered the injury in the first half of Seattle’s 37-34 overtime loss at Arizona. He has 470 yards (323 rushing, 147 receiving) and six touchdowns (three rushing, three receiving) with one fumble.

Flowers had five tackles (four solo) to increase his season total to 24 tackles (16 solo). It’s the third time in his past four games he’s recorded at least five total tackles.

Justice Hill, RB (Ravens)

Baltimore had a bye week.

Tyron Johnson, WR (Chargers)

Johnson had two carries for six yards and did not catch the one pass thrown to him in Los Angeles’ 39-29 win against Jacksonville. It was his second straight game without a reception. His 53-yard touchdown catch three weeks ago at Tampa Bay remains his only grab.

Emmanuel Ogbah, DE (Dolphins)

Miami had a bye week.

Russell Okung, OT (Panthers)

Okung left in the third quarter with a calf injury and did not return during Carolina’s 27-24 win at New Orleans. He did not practice Monday.

Kevin Peterson, CB (Cardinals)

Peterson did not record any stats, but he did draw a holding penalty in overtime which nullified a 48-yard touchdown for Seattle’s DK Metcalf (Ole Miss). On the next play, Russell Wilson (Wisconsin) was intercepted by Isaiah Simmons (Clemson) and six plays later Zane Gonzalez (Arizona State) kicked a game-winning 48-yard field goal.

Vincent Taylor, DT (Browns)

Taylor had one tackle for loss in Cleveland’s 37-34 win at Cincinnati. He has seven tackles (five solo), one fumble recovery and two stuffs.

James Washington, WR (Steelers)

Washington did not have a reception and was only targeted once in Pittsburgh’s 27-24 win at Tennessee to remain undefeated. It was the first time this season he did not have a reception. He has 17 catches on 27 targets for 185 yards and two touchdowns.