How Did Auburn's former stars do in the NFL this week? Here's a report from Auburn Sports Information...
Devin Aromashodu, wide receiver- Chicago Bears Aromashodu was a healthy scratch for the Bears in week three.
Rob Bironas, kicker, Tennessee Titans Bironas battled a right ankle injury all week and was listed as questionable, but managed to hit his only field goal try from 38 yards against the Jets in week three.
Ronnie Brown, running back- Miami Dolphins Brown rushed 18 times for 75 yards, and caught three passes for 40 yards in week three against San Diego. Brown now has 254 yards on 52 carries this season, including a pair of rushing touchdowns.
Jason Campbell, quarterback-Washington Redskins Campbell completed 24-of-41 passes for 340 yards and tossed a pair of touchdowns and a pick in a week three loss to the Lions. He also had a rush for 21 yards.
Karlos Dansby, linebacker-Arizona Cardinals In a loss to the Colts on Sunday night, Dansby recorded 7 solo and a pair of assisted tackles. He now has 21 tackles on the season.
Heath Evans, running back- New Orleans Saints Evans did not record any stats in week three against Buffalo. He signed a two-year, $2.1 million contract after spending the last four seasons with the Patriots. He has been a pass-catching threat in his first two games with the Saints, as he has six catches for 51 yards and a pair of touchdown receptions, eclipsing a career-high after only two games on the year.
Tyrone Green, guard- San Diego Chargers Green is listed as the Chargers' No. 3 right guard on their most recent depth chart and has yet to play this season.
Quentin Groves, defensive end- Jacksonville Jaguars Groves, who was injured in the third quarter of week three's contest with the Texans, still managed to record two solo and two assisted stops in the 31-24 victory.
Ben Grubbs, guard-Baltimore Ravens Grubbs has started at guard in the Ravens' first three contests this season. In a 34-3 win over Cleveland, he was part of an offensive line that helped the offense rack up 479 total yards.
Will Herring, linebacker-Seattle Seahawks In a 25-19 loss to the Bears, Herring recorded five solo stops and two assisted stops for a total of seven tackles in the start.
Kevin Hobbs, defensive back- Detroit Lions After being claimed off waivers from Seattle on Sept. 6, Hobbs had five tackles in the Lions' victory over the Redskins.
Brandon Jacobs, running back- New York Giants Jacobs rushed 26 times for 92 yards and a touchdown in the week three victory over Tampa Bay.
Spencer Johnson, defensive lineman-Buffalo Bills Johnson recorded six tackles in a 27-7 loss to New Orleans on Sunday.
Patrick Lee, defensive back-Green Bay Packers Lee was placed on injured reserve on Sept. 5 with a knee-injury, ending his season.
Sen'Derrick Marks, defensive lineman-Tennessee Titans Marks has yet to see any action after signing a four-year contract with Tennessee and being selected No. 62 in the NFL Draft.
Marcus McNeill, tackle- San Diego Chargers McNeill has been a staple on the offensive line for the Chargers, as San Diego accumulated 355 yards of offense in a 23-13 win over Miami.
Ben Obomanu, wide receiver-Seattle Seahawks Obomanu had one catch for 11 yards in a loss to Chicago in week three. He also had a 45-yard kickoff return.
Jonathan Palmer, tackle- Carolina Panthers Palmer was signed to the Panthers practice squad on Sept. 30.
Jerraud Powers, defensive back- Indianapolis Colts Powers, a third-round pick in the 2008 draft, had seven solo tackles in Indianapolis' win over Arizona on Sunday night.
Jay Ratliff, defensive line- Dallas Cowboys In the Cowboys 21-7 win over the Cardinals Monday night, Ratliff recorded the first sack for Dallas this season, resulting in a 10-yard loss. He also added a pair of solo tackles.
Tony Richardson, fullback- New York Jets Richardson had one carry for seven yards in the Jets' win over the Titans on Sunday.
Carlos Rodgers, defensive back-Washington Redskins Rodgers had two solo stops in a loss to the Lions on Sunday.
Kendall Simmons, guard-New England Patriots Simmons, who missed all of last season with the Steelers due to a torn Achilles tendon, signed a three-year, $2.555 million contract with the Patriots on Sept. 9.
Pat Sims, defensive line- Cincinnati Bengals In an upset victory over the Steelers, Sims had two tackles, and a half-sack of Ben Roethlisberger that resulted in a two-yard loss.