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Where NFL Dawgs Are Playing This Year

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In a testament to the program, there’s no shortage of NFL Dawgs

NFL: Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears Quinn Harris-USA TODAY Sports

Sundays during football season mean three things for Georgia fans:

The looking back to the day before’s game

Looking ahead to the next opponent

And keeping up, in one way or another, how former players may be faring the NFL.

Even if the Peach State’s NFL team of record has no former Bulldog on the roster (what else is new, right?), the NFL Dawgs are worth following because the more of them play on the next level, a bit easier of selling point Kirby Smart and his assistants have in recruit’s living rooms.

Here’s where the former Dawgs will start the season in the NFL.

For the record, the teams with the most former Georgia players are the Bears, Bengals and Patriots with four former Dawgs on the roster, though David Andrews is inactive due to a blood clot.

Arizona Cardinals

Lamont Gaillard, OL

Buffalo Bills

Isaiah McKenzie, WR

Carolina Panthers

Elijah Holyfield, RB (practice squad)

Chicago Bears

Leonard Floyd, LB

Riley Ridley, WR

Roquan Smith, LB

Javon Wims, WR

NFL: Preseason-Cincinnati Bengals at Washington Redskins Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

Cincinnati Bengals

Geno Atkins, DL

Cordy Glenn, OL

A.J. Green, WR

Shawn Williams, DB

Cleveland Browns

Nick Chubb, RB

Detroit Lions

John Atkins, DL (Practice Squad)

Isaac Nauta, TE (Practice Squad)

Matthew Stafford, QB

Indianapolis Colts

Justin Houston, LB

Jacksonville Jaguars

Chris Conley, WR

Abry Jones, DL

NFL: Preseason-San Francisco 49ers at Kansas City Chiefs Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Kansas City Chiefs

Mecole Hardman, WR

Los Angeles Chargers

Thomas Davis, LB

Los Angeles Rams

Todd Gurley, RB

Natrez Patrick, LB

Miami Dolphins

John Jenkins, DT

Reshad Jones, DB

Jonathan Ledbetter, DL

NFL: Preseason-Carolina Panthers at New England Patriots Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports

New England Patriots

David Andrews, C (Injured Reserve)

Sony Michel, RB

Benjamin Watson, TE

Isaiah Wynn, OL

New York Giants

Deandre Baker, DB

Lorenzo Carter, LB

Alec Ogletree, LB

New York Jets

Jordan Jenkins, LB

Tennessee Titans

Ben Jones, OL

D’Andre Walker, LB (Injured Reserve)

Go NFL Dawgs!