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Football: NFL Check In

Photo courtesy of Evan Habeeb, USA TODAY Sports
Photo courtesy of Evan Habeeb, USA TODAY Sports

Harvard boasts five former players in the NFL. Take a look at what they've done through Week 11. 

Desmond Bryant | DE | Cleveland Browns | [7th season]

Bryant has played and started in eight of ten games and has a combined 19 tackles, including six assists on tackles. The Cleveland Browns are currently 2-8 and fourth in the AFC Northern Division.

Cameron Brate | TE | Tampa Bay Buccaneers | [2nd season]

Brate has played in eight of ten games, starting against Jacksonville, and he is averaging 14.6 yards per reception.  He caught an eight-yard pass for a touchdown during Week 11's win over Philadelphia. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers hold a 5-5 record and are currently third in the NFC Southern Division.

Nick Easton | C | Minnesota Vikings | (1st season)

Easton was picked up by the San Francisco 49ers on September 5, 2015 and traded to the Minnesota Vikings along with a 2016 sixth-round pick for LB Gerald Hodges on October 6, 2015.  The Minnesota Vikings are second in the NFC Northern Division with a 7-3 record.

Ryan Fitzpatrick | QB | New York Jets | (11th season)

Fitzpatrick has played and started in all ten games.  He has completed 188 out of 322 passes with a 58.4 completion percentage.  Currently averages 219.9 passing yards per game and has thrown for 16 touchdowns thus far.  Fitzpatrick is also averaging 16.6 rushing yards per game. The New York Jets are third in the AFC Eastern Division with a 5-5 record.

Kyle Juszczyk | FB | Baltimore Ravens | [3rd season]

Juszczyk has played in all ten games, including six starts against Denver, Cincinnati, San Francisco, Arizona, San Diego and St. Louis.  He is averaging 20.6 receiving yards per game and scored two touchdowns.  Juszczyk has seen time on special teams with one tackle and a kick return for seven yards.  The Baltimore Ravens are currently 3-7 and third in the AFC Northern Division. 

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