Washington Football: Update on Huskies alumni in the AFC – 11/8/18

Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Washington football. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)
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John Ross, Cincinnati Bengals, Washington Football. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images) /

Keishawn Bierria, inside linebacker, Denver Broncos

Bierria is currently serving as the backup to starter Todd Davis. Although he has made only one tackle this season (his first in the NFL on October 7th). He has been active for all the Broncos nine games of 2018. After a bye this week, Bierria‘s next chance will come on November 18 in Los Angeles, against the Chargers.

John Ross, wide receiver, Cincinnati Bengals

Its been another disappointing season for Ross In the four games he’s been active, Ross has seven receptions for 79 yards and a pair of touchdowns. He was injured in week four at Atlanta and missed the next two games.

October 21, Ross made a cameo in game seven, against Kansas City, only getting one target. He was on Cincinnati’s inactive for the next game due to a groin injury. This Monday, Ross returned to the practice field. The Bengals will need him to play this week because A.J. Green is listed as doubtful due to a toe injury.

Coleman Shelton, offensive lineman

The two-time all PAC-12 lineman was signed to the Titans practice squad at the end of the pre-season, however, he was released by Tennessee in early October. Shelton was picked up by the Arizona Cardinals and is currently on their practice squad. Next time around he’ll be on NFL update.