Rice Football is well represented on 2022 NFL rosters. Here’s the latest from the NFL Owls in action in Week 4.
There are former Rice football players scattered across the NFL. Stay tuned each week for their game results and notables from each player.
|Team||NFL Owl(s)||Week 4||Result||Week 5|
|Denver Broncos||Calvin Anderson (OL)||at Raiders||L, 32-23||vs Colts (TNF)|
|Detroit Lions||Jack Fox (P)||vs Seahawks||L, 48-45||at Patriots|
|Indianapolis Colts||Kylen Granson (TE)||vs Titans||L, 24-17||vs Broncos (TNF)|
|LA Chargers||Bryce Callahan (DB)
Christian Covington (DL)
|at Texans||W, 34-24||at Browns|
|Pittsburgh Steelers||Chris Boswell (PK)||vs Jets||L, 24-20||at Bills|
|Seattle Seahawks||Myles Adams (DL)||at Lions||W, 48-45||at Saints|
|Tampa Bay Bucs||Nick Leverett (OL)||vs Chiefs||L, 41-31||vs Falcons|
Calvin Anderson – OT, Broncos
Anderson saw back to special teams action again on Sunday after making a brief offensive cameo the week prior. He saw four special teams snaps against the Raiders.
Kylen Gransen – TE, Colts
Gransen set a career-high in receiving yards (62) and receptions (four) on Sunday against the Titans. He’s now registered at least two catches in each of the Colts’ games so far this season.
Nick Leverett – OT, Buccaneers
Leverett was active but did not play for the Bucs in their Week 4 loss to the Chiefs.
Myles Adams – DL, Seahawks
After making his season debut in Week 3, Adams was inactive in Week 4. He’s only been activated once so far this season.
Bryce Callahan – CB, Chargers
Callahan had three tackles and one pass defended in the Chargers’ Week 4 win over the Texans, but it was his fourth quarter game-sealing interception that won the day. It was Callahan’s first pick in the city of Houston in his career.
— Rice Football (@RiceFootball) October 2, 2022
Christian Covington – DL, Chargers
Covington was active for the first time this season on Sunday against the Texans. He racked up two tackles in the Chargers’ win.
Jack Fox – P, Lions
In addition to two punts for 97 yards, Fox showcased his arm on Sunday, converting a fourth down on a fake punt play. It was his third completed pass of his pro career, with each of the previous two completions going for first downs as well.
Dan Campbell and the @Lions dial up a fake punt!
— NFL (@NFL) October 2, 2022
Chris Boswell – K, Steelers
Boswell was called upon four times against the Jets on Sunday, converting two fielding goals, including a mammoth kick from 59-yards out as well as two extra points.
More Owls in the NFL
From practice squads to current free agents, there are other Owls on the cusp of returning to active rosters. Find more detail on current contractual agreements and former Rice football players waiting for their next opportunity here.
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