Here’s how Northwestern alumni fared in the pros this weekend.
Zach Strief, Saints
The Saints fell 23-20 on Thursday night against the Panthers. Strief played all offensive snaps at right tackle and five special teams snaps. He had one false start. But not all was lost for the former Wildcat: He was nominated for the 2016 Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award.
Corbin Bryant, Bills
Bryant was inactive as his Bills beat the Bengals 16-12.
Dan Vitale, Browns
Vitale played on three offensive snaps in the Browns’ 24-9 loss to Pittsburgh. He also played five special teams snaps.
Ibraheim Campbell, Browns
Campbell seems to have lost his role on the Cleveland defense; he played no snaps there versus the Steelers. He did play on 15 special teams snaps, though.
Sherrick McManis, Bears
McManis played on 25 special teams snaps and one defensive snap in the Bears’ loss to the Giants. He picked up two tackles, one on kick coverage and one on punt coverage.
Dean Lowry, Packers
Lowry played just two defensive snaps in the Packers’ 42-24 loss on Sunday Night Football to the Redskins.
Brian Peters, Texans
Peters was finally active after missing several weeks with a quad injury, but the special teams standout didn’t register any tackles in Mexico City in a 27-20 loss to Oakland.