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NFL Cats: Week 1 Schedule

Tonight is opening night in the NFL, and over the next few days, 14 former Kentucky players will kick off the 2019 season. Each week we’ll share the schedule so you can know who to watch and when.

PLAYERTEAMPOSTHIS WEEKTV
Danny TrevathanChicago BearsLB10-3 L to Green Bay. 5 tackles, 4 soloNBC
Za’Darius SmithGreen Bay PackersDE10-3 W vs. Chicago. 3 tackles (2 solo), 1 sack, 1 tackle for lossNBC
Josh AllenJacksonville JaguarsDE40-26 L to Kansas City. 2 tackles (1 solo)CBS
Avery Williamson (IR)New York JetsLBDNP - IRCBS
Wesley WoodyardTennessee TitansLB43-13 W vs. Cleveland. 2 tackles (2 solo)CBS
Corey PetersArizona CardinalsDT27-27 tie vs. Detroit. 2 tackles (1 solo)FOX
Randall CobbDallas CowboysWR35-17 W vs. NY Giants. 4 receptions for 69 yards, 1 TDFOX
Chris Westry (IR)Dallas CowboysCBDNP - IRFOX
George Asafo-AdjeiNew York GiantsOT35-17 L to DallasFOX
Mike EdwardsTampa Bay BucaneersDB31-17 L to San Francisco. 1 pass defendedFOX
Bud DupreePittsburgh SteelersDE33-3 L to New England. 4 tackles (4 solo), 1 sack, 1 stuff (5 yards)NBC
Benny SnellPittsburgh SteelersRB33-3 L to New England. No reps.NBC
Lonnie JohnsonHouston TexansCBMonday, 7:10 PM at New Orleans SaintsESPN
Larry WarfordNew Orleans SaintsOGMonday, 7:10 PM vs. Houston TexansESPN

Note: CJ Conrad didn’t make the New York Giants roster, but was signed to the practice squad. 

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