Washington Football: Update on Huskies alumni in the NFC – Nov. 2018

Dante Pettis, San Francisco 49ers, Washington football. (Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images)
Dante Pettis, San Francisco 49ers, Washington football. (Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images) /
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Cory Littleton, Los Angeles Rams, Washington football. (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images) /

NFC West

Arizona Cardinals

Safety Budda Baker has 54 tackles this season, starting every game he played in. He missed the last game because of a knee injury. It is not known when he will return at this time.

Zeke Turner linebacker has made 11 tackles on the season for the Cardinals. He has excelled on special teams including being named the NFL Special Team player of the month of September.

Los Angeles Rams

Middle linebacker Cory Littleton is having an outstanding season for the 10-1 Rams. In his last two outings, against Seattle, and Kansas City he had eight tackles in each game. As of Game 11, Littleton has 91 tackles, three sacks, and a pair of interceptions.

Cornerback Marcus Peters has been in every game so far this season, playing through some injuries. He started this season slowly with his new team, especially in man to man coverage, but has done better as of late. He had an important interception in the Rams big Monday Night win over Kansas City. He only missed one play but is questionable coming into the game against the Detroit on December 2. The Rams have a bye on November 25 so he could be ready by the Lions game.

San Francisco 49ers

Dante Pettis returned to play in the last three games after missing the three prior games due to a knee injury. He started the Niners last game against the New York Giants which San Francisco lost 27-23. Pettis caught four passes for 12 yards.

Seattle Seahawks

Former Washington Huskies tight end Will Dissly was lost for the season in game four against the Arizona Cardinals.