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ASU alumni faced scheduling changes; other NFL action in Week 5

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It was an unusual Week 5 in the NFL, with games played out of order due to positive COVID-19 results within a few organizations.

Patriots wide receiver N’Keal Harry and defensive tackle Lawrence Guy were forced to adapt to the schedule change, while Kalen Ballage found a spot on a practice squad roster.

Lawrence Guy, N’Keal Harry

The New England Patriots did not play a Week 5 game after more Patriots players tested positive for COVID-19. Their game against Denver was rescheduled to Sunday.

Kalen Ballage

Ballage, former New York Jets running back, signed with the Los Angeles Chargers last week. Ballage took the final spot on their practice squad.

Zane Gonzalez

Arizona Cardinals kicker Zane Gonzalez made one field goal on Sunday for 47 yards. He was also 3-for-3 on extra points.

Brandon Aiyuk

San Francisco 49ers WR Brandon Aiyuk did not have a touchdown this week, but has now started at the WR position for a third consecutive week. He had three receptions for 44 yards.

Matt Haack

Dolphins punter Matt Haack had two punts and averaged 42 yards per kick on Sunday contributing to Miami’s 43-17 win over San Francisco. He had a long of 53 yards.

Jamil Douglas

Tennessee lineman Jamil Douglas was a reserve lineman for the Titans on Tuesday. He played 12 total snaps, a combination of offensive and special teams reps.

Damarious Randall

Seattle safety Damarious Randall was activated just before the Seahawks game on Sunday. He saw time both defensively and on special teams. He is now back on the practice roster.

Other ASU products in the NFL

Suspended: Titans tight end Tommy Hudson was suspended six games last week for performance-enhancing drugs.

Not active: Cardinals RB Eno Benjamin

Practice squads: Broncos OT Quinn Bailey, Rams OL Cohl Cabral

Injured reserve: Cardinals RB D.J. Foster, Bengals DT Renell Wren

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