Monday, September 17, 2007

Cal Alum Report

Kyle Boller, in his first start since 2005, went 23-for-35 and two touchdowns in leading the Ravens to a 20 to 13 win over the Jets.


Ryan Longwell missed a 52 yard field goal attempt with 2 seconds left and the Vikings ended up losing in overtime.


Marshawn Lynch was held to 64 yards by the Pittsburgh Steelers, and averaged 3.6 yards on 18 carries in Buffalo’s 26-3 loss.


Bengals cornerback Deltha O'Neal's home was the scene of a dog attack last Thursday.  Emergency dispatchers got a 911 call for help about 8:45 a.m. from O'Neal's condominium at 108 Tall Trees Drive, near Amelia, Clermont County Sheriff A.J. "Tim" Rodenberg said. When officers arrived, they learned that some people had just left in a black SUV, headed for Anderson Mercy Hospital. They later learned that O'Neal had taken Jasmie Risco, 23, woman and her 3-year-old son, Jaiden, to the hospital. They had been bitten by a family pet, a Rottweiler, on the legs and buttocks, Rodenberg said. O'Neal wasn't home when the attack happened, but he was called there after it happened, Rodenberg said.


Nick Harris was signed to a 5 year contract extension with the Detroit Lions last week.


Rodd Steussie will miss the first half of the season with a broken foot.


Marvin Philip is now on the Steelers’ practice squad.


Jeremy Newberry missed the 49ers game on Sunday due to a pulled hamstring.


Aaron Merz (Bills) is on injured reserve for the entire season due to a shoulder injury.


Tony Gonzalez extended his franchise-record streak of consecutive games with a reception to 101 contests, the second-longest compiled by a TE in NFL history.


Adimchinobe Echemandu was deactivated by the Raiders.

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