PFL Alumni in the NFL Report: Week 14 Edition

Wednesday, December 16, 2020
by Cody Bush, PFL Media Relations

Marist alumnus Jason Myers ran his field-goal made streak to 18 to highlight Week 14 action of PFL alumni in the NFL:

Donald Parham Jr., Tight End, Los Angeles Chargers (Stetson)
Parham saw limited action in Los Angeles' victory against Atlanta, taking the field for 14 snaps in the game but was not targeted with a pass. With three weeks remaining in the regular season he has five receptions for 75 yards and two touchdowns.

Adam Trautman, Tight End, New Orleans Saints (Dayton)
Trautman caught a pass in his fourth consecutive game during New Orleans' loss at Philadephia. It was his 12th reception (13 targets) and he now has 121 receiving yards with a touchdown.

Ross Dwelley, Tight End, San Francisco 49ers (San Diego)
Speaking of reception streaks, Dwelley caught a pass for the sixth consecutive game in San Francisco's loss to Washington. His two receptions went for 20 yards, bringing his season total to 15 receptions for 196 yards and a touchdown.

Jamal Agnew, Wide Receiver, Detroit Lions (San Diego)
Agnew broke off a 71-yard kickoff return and amassed 110 all-purpose yards in Detroit's loss to Green Bay. The 95-yard kickoff return day helped Agnew move to sixth in kickoff return average (29.4) among NFL kick returners.

Jason Myers, Kicker, Seattle Seahawks (Marist)
Myers hit a pair of field goals and converted four PATs in Seattle's victory against the New York Jets. He has made all 18 of his field goals in 2020, including 9-of-9 from 40+ yards and 2-of-2 from 50-plus yards.

Eric Saubert, Tight End, Jacksonville Jaguars (Drake)
Saubert found the box score again in Week 14 with a reception in Jacksonville's loss to Tennessee. It was his second catch this season in five games played for the Jaguars.

The following PFL alumni were listed on an NFL roster in Week 14: 

  • Josh Johnson, Quarterback, San Francisco 49ers (San Diego) [Practice Squad]
  • Donald Payne, Linebacker, Washington Football Team (Stetson) [Practice Squad]
  • Reid Sinnett, Quarterback, Miami Dolphins (San Diego) [Practice Squad]