Sept. 13, 2016

Baltimore Ravens (1-0)
DT Brent Urban played in the Raves’ 13-7 win over the Buffalo Bills, recording one tackle.

Cincinnati Bengals (1-0)
RB Cedric Peerman did not play in the Bengals’ 23-22 victory over the New York Jets. DT David Dean is on the practice squad and did not play.

Cleveland Browns (0-1)
OG Austin Pasztor started in the Browns’ 29-10 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles and helped Cleveland amass 288 yards of total offense. WR Darius Jennings is on the practice squad and did not play.

Denver Broncos (1-0)
TE Johns Phillips played in the Broncos’ 21-10 victory over the Carolina Panthers, but recorded zero stats.

Houston Texans (1-0)
OG Oday Aboushi did not play in the Texans’ 23-14 victory over the Chicago Bears.

Jacksonville Jaguars (0-1)
C Luke Bowanko is on injured reserve and did not play in the Jaguars’ 27-23 loss to the Green Bay Packers.

Miami Dolphins (0-1)
OT Branden Albert started in the Dolphins’ 12-10 loss to the Seattle Seahawks, helping the offense amass 214 yards.

New England Patriots (1-0)
DE Chris Long started in the Patriots’ 23-21 victory over the Arizona Cardinals, recording three tackles and a sack.

Pittsburgh Steelers (1-0)
WR Canaan Severin is on the injured reserve and did not the play in the Steelers’ 38-16 Monday Night Football win over the Washington Redskins.

San Diego Chargers (0-1)
WR Dontrelle Inman started in the Chargers’ 33-27 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, recording one reception.

Atlanta Falcons (0-1)
LB La’Roy Reynolds played in the Falcons’ 31-24 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but recorded zero stats. QB Matt Schaub was active but did not play.

Philadelphia Eagles (1-0)
S Rodney McLeod started in the Eagles’ 29-10 victory over the Cleveland Browns, recording four tackles and an interception.

San Francisco 49ers (1-0)
DE Eli Harold started and recored one tackle in the 49ers’ 28-0 win over the Los Angles Rams on Monday Night Football. LB Ahmad Brooks started and recorded three tacles and one sack.

Washington Redskins (0-1)
OT Morgan Moses started and helped Washington amass 384 yards of total offense in the Redskins’ 38-16 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.