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Former NC State Players in the NFL: Contract Report

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The 2019 NFL season kicked off last night, and NC State has 20 former players on active NFL rosters. Here’s a rundown of each players contract situation.

Center Garrett Bradbury (1st season) – 4 years/$12.9 million/$7.4 million signing bonus/$12.9 million guaranteed/$7.9 million career earnings

Quarterback Jacoby Brissett (4th season) – 2 years (1st year)/$30 million/$13 million signing bonus/$20 million guaranteed/$4.5 million career earnings (prior to new contract)

Linebacker Bradley Chubb (2nd season) – 4 years (2nd year)/$27.3 million/$17.9 million signing bonus/$27.3 million guaranteed/$20.1 million career earnings

Punter A.J. Cole (1st season) – 3 years/$1.8 million/$2,500 signing bonus/$2,500 guaranteed/$497,500 guaranteed

Quarterback Ryan Finley (1st season) – 4 years/$3.3 million/$789,656 signing bonus/$789,656 guaranteed/$1.3 million career earnings

Quarterback Mike Glennon (7th season) – 1 year/$1.95 million/$400,000 signing bonus/$1.4 million guaranteed/$29.3 million career earnings

Wide Receiver Kelvin Harmon (1st season) – 4 years/$2.6 million/$127,840 signing bonus/$127,840 guaranteed/$622,840 career earnings

Place Kicker Stephen Hauschka (12th season) – 2 years (1st year)/$8 million/$1.875 million signing bonus/$5.025 million guaranteed/$23.7 million career earnings

Running Back Nyheim Hines (2nd season) – 4 years (2nd year)/$3.2 million/$724,547 signing bonus/$724,547 guaranteed/$1.775 million career earnings

Defensive End B.J. Hill (2nd season) – 4 years (2nd year)/$4.05 million/$1,029,516 signing bonus/$1,029,516 guaranteed/$2.174 million career earnings

Defensive Tackle Justin Jones (2nd season) – 4 years (2nd year)/$3.6 million/$854,140 signing bonus/$854,140 guaranteed/$1.955 million career earnings

Offensive Guard Ted Larsen (10th season) – 1 year/$1.02 million/$90,000 signing bonus/$90,000 guaranteed/$12.664 million career earnings

Wide Receiver Jakobi Meyers (1st season) – 3 years/$1.765 million/$10,000 signing bonus/$60,000 guaranteed/$505,000 career earnings

Linebacker Germaine Pratt (1st season) – 4 years/$4.08 million/$1,052,884 signing bonus/$1,052,884 guaranteed/$1.55 million career earnings

Offensive Guard Will Richardson (2nd season) – 4 years (2nd year)/$3.062 million/$602,792 signing bonus/$602,792 guaranteed/$1.577 million career earnings

Quarterback Philip Rivers (16th season) – 4 years (4th year)/$83.25 million/$22.5 million signing bonus/$65 million guaranteed/$218.92 million career earnings

Running Back Jaylen Samuels (2nd season) – 4 years (2nd year)/$2.72 million/$258,066 signing bonus/$258,066 guaranteed/$1.31 million career earnings

Offensive Guard J.R. Sweezy (8th season) – 2 years (1st year)/$8 million/$3 million signing bonus/$3 million guaranteed/$25.2 million career earnings

Offensive Guard Joe Thuney (4th season) – 4 years (4th year)/$3.2 million/$773,428 signing bonus/$773,428 guaranteed/$5.12 million career earnings

Quarterback Russell Wilson (8th season) – 4 years (1st year)/$140 million/$65 million signing bonus/$107 million guaranteed/$109.4 million career earnings

 

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Jacoby Brissett OUT for Week 10

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After spraining his MCL last week against the Pittsburgh Steelers, former NC State quarterback Jacoby Brissett has been ruled OUT of the Colts’ matchup against the Dolphins tomorrow.

» Brissett suffered an injury to his left knee early in the second quarter of last Sunday’s Week 9 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers; he was rolled up on by left guard Quenton Nelson, who was knocked back into the quarterback’s leg by a Steelers defender. An MRI on Monday confirmed Brissett had a sprained MCL, but indicated he had sustained no serious damage. While Brissett, who was originally ruled questionable for Sunday’s game against the Dolphins, was a limited participant in all three practices this week, the team was also giving quarterback Brian Hoyer — who had three touchdown passes in relief work last week — extra practice reps just in case; Hoyer is in line to get his 38th-career start — and first with the Colts — on Sunday. The team on Saturday also announced it had elevated quarterback Chad Kelly to the active roster from the practice squad. (NFL)

Tomorrow as going to be an epic day for NC State…aka…QBU.

Four former Wolfpack quarterbacks were set to start in Week 10, but Brissett will not be joining Philip Rivers (Chargers), Russell Wilson (Seahawks) and Ryan Finley (Bengals).

Finley will be starting his first career game tomorrow against the Ravens.

It looks like we will have to wait until Week 13 for the chance to see 4 former NC State players starting at Quarterback in 2019. Wilson has a bye in Week 11 and Rivers has a bye in Week 12.

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NC State in the NFL: Week 9 Report

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16 of the 21 former NC State players on active NFL rosters saw action in Week 7 of the 2019 NFL season. Check out a breakdown of how they did below.

Quarterback Russell Wilson (starter) went bananas, throwing for 378 yards (67%) and 5 touchdowns (0 interceptions) in Seattle’s 40-34 victory over Tampa Bay in overtime. He posted a QB Rating of 133.7.

Wilson has officially done what no QB has ever done through the first 9 games.

Running Back Jaylen Samuels (starter) set a Steelers record for receptions by a running back in a single game, snagging 13 passes for 80 yards in Pittsburgh’s 26-24 victory over Indy. He also had 8 rushes for 10 yards. Jay Sam played in 65% of the offensive snaps.

Quarterback Jacoby Brissett (starter) went down with a sprained MCL in the Colts’ 26-24 loss to the Steelers.

Before going down, Brissett was 4 of 5 for 59 yards. He was limited in practice on Wednesday and Thursday, which is a sign he might be good to go for Sunday.

Quarterback Philip Rivers was 21 of 28 for 294 yards in the Chargers’ 26-11 victory over the Packers. His QB Rating was 108.3.

Wide Receiver Kelvin Harmon (starter) had 1 reception for 6 yards (2 targets) in Washington’s 24-9 loss to Buffalo. Harmon started the 3rd game of his career, playing 50% of the snaps. He also picked up a fumble recovery.

Offensive Guard Joe Thuney (starter) played 100% of the offensive snaps in the Patriots’ 37-20 loss to the Ravens.

Offensive Guard J.R. Sweezy (starter) played 100% of the offensive snaps in Arizona’s 28-25 loss to the 49ers last Thursday night.

Center Garrett Bradbury (starter) played 100% of the offensive snaps in the Vikings’ 26-23 loss to the Chiefs.

Defensive Back Juston Burris (starter) started his 3rd game of the season, and his second consecutive game in the Browns’ 24-19 loss to the Broncos. He didn’t record any stats, playing in 24% of the defensive snaps.

Running Back Nyheim Hines had 1 rush for 7 yards, and 1 reception (3 targets) for 21 yards in the Colts’ 26-24 loss to the Steelers. He played in 29% of the offensive snaps.

Place Kicker Stephen Hauschka (starter) connected on his only field goal attempt from 42 yards, and made all 33 extra point attempts.

Punter A.J. Cole punted the ball 2 times for an average of 48 yards in the Raiders’ 31-24 victory over the Lions.

Offensive Tackle Will Richardson played in 45% of the offensive snaps in Jacksonville’s 26-3 loss to Houston.

Defensive End B.J. Hill had 1 tackle in the Giants’ 37-18 loss to the Cowboys, playing in 25% of the defensive snaps.

Defensive Tackle T.Y. McGill had 1 tackle, playing 20% of the defensive snaps in Los Angeles’ 26-11 victory over Green Bay.

Wide Receiver Jakobi Meyers played in only 1 offensive snap in New England’s 37-20 loss to Baltimore. The addition of Mohamed Sanu is going to significantly cut into Jakobi’s playing time.

BYE

Linebacker Germaine Pratt (Bengals)
Quarterback Ryan Finley (Bengals)

DNP

Offensive Lineman Ted Larsen (Bears)
Quarterback Mike Glennon (Raiders)

Injured

Defensive Tackle Justin Jones (shoulder)

IR

Linebacker Bradley Chubb (Broncos) – knee
Defensive End Kentavius Street (49ers) – knee

 

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Jaylen Samuels Breaks Steelers Record for Receptions in a Game by a RB

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Yesterday former NC State All-ACC Swiss Army knife Jaylen Samuels made Steelers’ history, breaking the record for the most receptions in a game by a running back.

Samuels finished the game with 13 receptions for 74 yards in Pittsburgh’s 26-24 victory over the Colts yesterday. The previous record was set by Le’Veon Bell back in 2017 (12), breaking Franco Harris previous record of 11 set back in 1982.

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Ryan Finley Talks Upcoming 1st NFL Start

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Former NC State All-ACC Quarterback Ryan Finley will start his first career NFL game as a Rookie on November 10th against the Ravens.

Here’s what Finley had to say to the media this week about the opportunity.

“I feel like I got good experience in the preseason,” Finley said as the cameras streamed him as the starter for the first time after Wednesday’s practice. “Obviously it’s a lot different. But those are some good plays that I can fall back on in my mind. I’ve got confidence in myself. I think I’m going to play well.”

“I hope to bring energy, bring some juice,” Finley said. “Do my best to be good in the pocket. Get the ball out on time. Extend plays. We’ve struggled a little bit into the red zone. Just hoping to find some ways to get some points.”

“I look up to Andy more than people will know,” Finley said. “He’s a really good dude. He’s a class act and he’s special to me. I look up to him a ton. I can’t imagine how hard this is for him. He texted me and said he has my back. That meant a lot to me.” (NFL)

Bengals’ Pro Bowl Receiver A.J. Green thinks extremely highly of Finley.

“I love Ryan, man. Ryan is a competitor. He wants to win. He has that edge,” Green said after Wednesday’s practice. “He has that leadership. It’s going to be a little different for him now. He’s young, so he doesn’t really understand the business side of this. So it’s probably a little awkward with him and Andy because him and Andy has a great relationship, but at the end of the day it’s a business and you have to take your emotion out of it sometime and just focus on the business part.” (NFL)

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