PFL Alumni in the NFL: Week 1

Tuesday, September 13, 2022
by Cody Bush, PFL Media Relations

The Pioneer Football League saw six alumni on NFL active rosters to begin the 2022 NFL campaign. Five saw action during the league's opening weekend. Here is a quick snapshot of their performances.

  • Donald Parham Jr., Tight End, Los Angeles Chargers (Stetson) | Parham did not see action in the Chargers season-opening loss to Las Vegas.
  • Adam Trautman, Tight End, New Orleans Saints (Dayton) | Trautman saw action on 29 snaps in New Orleans' victory at Atlanta.
  • Ross Dwelley, Tight End, San Francisco 49ers (San Diego) | Dwelley saw action on 38 snaps in San Francisco's loss at Chicago and had one reception for 11 yards.
  • Jamal Agnew, Wide Receiver, Jacksonville Jaguars (San Diego) | True to his all-purpose back role, Agnew had a rush for six yards, a reception for six yards, and a punt return of two yards in Jacksonville's loss at Washington.
  • Jason Myers, Kicker, Seattle Seahawks (Marist) | Myers connected on a 49-yard field goal and two extra-point tries in Seattle's victory against Denver.
  • Eric Saubert, Tight End, Denver Broncos (Drake) | Saubert saw action on 32 plays in Denver's win at Seattle and was credited with a special teams tackle.

The following PFL alumni were listed on an NFL practice squad roster in Week 1: 

  • Josh Johnson, Quarterback, San Francisco 49ers (San Diego)
  • Michael Bandy, Wide Receiver, L.A. Chargers (San Diego)
  • Michael Niese, Offensive Lineman, Chicago (Dayton)