Former Florida Gators in the NFL: Week 3 (2013)

The 2013 NFL regular season continued this week with 32 former Florida Gators spread out over 16 teams. Ten teams have multiple Florida players on their roster including Miami (four); N.Y. Giants and Washington (three); Baltimore, Chicago, Cincinnati, Denver, Jacksonville, Pittsburgh and Tampa Bay (two).

Below are full game statistics for all 24 active players that participated this week along with select news updates on a number of Gators for the third week of the regular season.

* Rookie

PLAYER OF THE WEEK
S MAJOR WRIGHT, Chicago Bears: Started | seven tackles (six solo), pass defense, 38-yard interception return for touchdown [Video], forced fumble [Video]

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Former Florida Gators in the NFL: Week 2 (2013)

The 2013 NFL regular season continued this week with 32 former Florida Gators spread out over 16 teams. Ten teams have multiple Florida players on their roster including Miami (four); N.Y. Giants and Washington (three); Baltimore, Chicago, Cincinnati, Denver, Jacksonville, Pittsburgh and Tampa Bay (two).

Below are full game statistics for all 22 active players that participated this week along with select news updates on a number of Gators for the second week of the regular season.

* Rookie

PLAYER OF THE WEEK
S REGGIE NELSON, Cincinnati Bengals: Started | tackle, pass defense, interception
» Nelson’s pick came on a fourth-quarter drive by Pittsburgh. The Steelers were in Bengals territory and threatening to score while only down 10 points.

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Former Florida Gators in the NFL: Week 1 (2013)

The 2013 NFL regular season began this week with 32 former Florida Gators spread out over 16 teams. Ten teams have multiple Florida players on their roster including Miami (four); N.Y. Giants and Washington (three); Baltimore, Chicago, Cincinnati, Denver, Jacksonville, Pittsburgh and Tampa Bay (two).

Below are full game statistics for all 24 active players that participated this week along with select news updates on a number of Gators for the first week of the regular season.

* Rookie

PLAYER OF THE WEEK
K CALEB STURGIS, Miami Dolphins*: Started; 3/3 on field goals (long: 49, 45, 39); 2/2 on extra points
» Still has not missed a field goal after going 9/9 in the preseason.

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Former Gators in the NFL: 2013 Preseason Week 4

The 2013 NFL regular season is six days away from kicking off on Thursday, Sept. 5, but 39 former Florida Gators spread out over 19 teams remained on rosters while the league participated in the fourth full week of preseason action on Aug. 29.

Thirteen teams have multiple Florida players on their rosters including Miami and Washington (four); New England, N.Y. Giants and Tampa Bay (three); and Baltimore, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Denver, Jacksonville, Pittsburgh and Seattle (two).

Below are game statistics for all 23 active players and select news updates on a number of Gators for the final full week of training camp.

* Rookie

PLAYER OF THE WEEK
K CALEB STURGIS, Miami Dolphins*: Started; 3/3 on field goals (long: 43), 1/1 on extra points
» Sturgis was 9/9 on field goals in the preseason with a long of 58 yards.

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Former Gators in the NFL: 2013 Preseason Week 3

The 2013 NFL regular season is 11 days away from kicking off on Thursday, Sept. 5, but 41 former Florida Gators spread out over 21 teams remained on rosters while the league participated in the second full week of preseason action from Aug. 20-25.

Thirteen teams have multiple Florida players on their rosters including Miami and Washington (four); New England, N.Y. Giants and Tampa Bay (three); and Baltimore, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Denver, Jacksonville, Pittsburgh and Seattle (two).

Below are game statistics for all 30 active players and select news updates on a number of Gators for the fifth full week of training camp.

* Rookie

PLAYER OF THE WEEK
LB JON BOSTIC, Chicago Bears*: Started; eight tackles (seven solo, one for loss) [team-highs]
» Bostic was fined $21,000 by the NFL for the highlight tackle he made on Aug. 15.

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Former Gators in the NFL: 2013 Preseason Week 2

The 2013 NFL regular season is two weeks away from kicking off on Thursday, Sept. 5, but 41 former Florida Gators spread out over 21 teams remained on rosters while the league participated in the second full week of preseason action from Aug. 12-19.

Thirteen teams have multiple Florida players on their rosters including Miami and Washington (four); New England, N.Y. Giants and Tampa Bay (three); and Baltimore, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Denver, Jacksonville, Pittsburgh and Seattle (two).

Below are game statistics for every player and select news updates on some Gators for the fourth full week of training camp.

* Rookie

PLAYER OF THE WEEK
LB BRANDON SPIKES, New England Patriots: Started; three tackles (two solo, two for loss), two QB hits, two sacks

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Former Gators in the NFL: 2013 Preseason Week 1

The 2013 NFL regular season is three weeks away from kicking off on Thursday, Sept. 5, but 41 former Florida Gators spread out over 21 teams remained on rosters while the league participated in the first full week of preseason action from Aug. 8-11.

Thirteen teams have multiple Florida players on their rosters including Miami and Washington (four); New England, N.Y. Giants and Tampa Bay (three); and Baltimore, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Denver, Jacksonville, Pittsburgh and Seattle (two).

Below are game statistics for every player and select updates on some Gators for the third full week of training camp.

* Rookie

PLAYER OF THE WEEK
LB JON BOSTIC, Chicago Bears*: Started; two solo tackles (one for loss), pass defense, 51-yard interception return for touchdown
» Bostic’s pick-six was against former UF quarterback Cam Newton. He is taking advantage of a veteran being injured and may be in line to steal the starting job.

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Jaguars and S Josh Evans come to terms

Each of the two Florida Gators safeties selected in the 2013 NFL Draft agreed to rookie contracts with their respective franchise on Thursday as the Jacksonville Jaguars and Josh Evans came to terms on a four-year deal just hours after Matt Elam and the Baltimore Ravens made things official.

Evans’s rookie agreement was officially announced by the club though terms were not disclosed.

Based on the rookie wage scale set by the NFL’s latest collective bargaining agreement with the player’s union, his deal will be worth a total of $2.304 million with a $144,560 signing bonus.

“I just feel honored to be a part of the Jaguars and this new organization,” Evans told OnlyGators.com on Friday. “I’m excited to get down to Jacksonville and compete. I’m also excited for my first training camp as a professional.”

Evans was selected by Jacksonville with the No. 169 overall selection – the first pick in the sixth round – of the draft in April. The Jaguars viewed him as one of the best safeties in the draft and actually had a much higher draft grade on him.

He is the eighth Florida player drafted by Jacksonville in franchise history and the first since the Jaguars took Derrick Harvey (No. 8 – 2008). Evans is also the third Gators defensive back chosen by the team in the last eight seasons, following Dee Webb (No. 236 – 2006) and Reggie Nelson (No. 21 – 2007).

Evans joins former Florida defensive end Jeremy Mincey on Jacksonville’s roster and is expected to officially sign his contract on Monday. Offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch was once a graduate assistant with the Gators.

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