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Iowa has 33 former players listed on NFL rosters as of Monday morning.
There’s the potential for more with veterans Dallas Clark (tight end) and linebacker Pat Angerer unsigned at the moment. Others like cornerback B.J. Lowery, wide receiver Keenan Davis and quarterback James Vandenberg had weekend tryouts and also could land on NFL rosters.
Here’s a look at which former Hawkeyes are on current NFL rosters:
PHILADELPHIA — C Julian Vandervelde (61); T Matt Tobin (64); CB Bradley Fletcher (24)
DALLAS — LB Anthony Hitchens (59); LS Casey Kreiter (49)
WASHINGTON — G Adam Gettis (73)
DETROIT — T Riley Reiff (71)
GREEN BAY — CB Micah Hyde (33); T Bryan Bulaga (75); DT Mike Daniels (76); S Tanner Miller (40)
MINNESOTA — LB Chad Greenway (52); CB Shaun Prater (27); TE Allen Reisner (87)
ATLANTA — DT Jonathan Babineaux (95)
CAROLINA — WR Marvin McNutt (15); DT Colin Cole (91); CB Charles Godfrey (30)
TAMPA BAY — DE Adrian Clayborn (94); TE Brandon Myers (82)
BUFFALO — TE Scott Chandler (84); TE Tony Moeaki (82)
NEW ENGLAND — LB James Morris (49)
NEW YORK JETS — T Markus Zusevics (no number); LB A.J. Edds (no number)
BALTIMORE — G Marshal Yanda (73); T Brett Van Sloten (no number)
CLEVELAND — LB Christian Kirksey (91)
HOUSTON — TE C.J. Fiedorowicz (87); LB Jeff Tarpinian (52)
JACKSONVILLE — QB Ricky Stanzi (2)
TENNESSEE — DE Karl Klug (97); RB Shonn Greene (23)
NOTE: The Minnesota Vikings released guard Conor Boffeli today, while the New York Jets signed linebacker A.J. Edds and tackle Markus Zusevics.
30 NFL DRAFT PICKS IN 2010 IOWA-WISCONSIN GAME
Thirty players who competed in the 2010 Iowa-Wisconsin game were selected by NFL teams in the last four drafts. That number doesn’t include draft picks like Iowa’s Jordan Bernstine and Wisconsin’s Nick Toon, who were out with injuries. Other draft picks like Wisconsin’s Travis Frederick and Chris Borland red-shirted that year after playing in 2009. It also doesn’t account for undrafted free agents like Iowa’s James Morris or Matt Tobin.
Included in that list are five first-round draft picks. Here’s a look at the draft picks who played in that game, a 31-30 Wisconsin win:
IOWA (15) — Tackle Riley Reiff (first), defensive end Adrian Clayborn (first), tight end C. J. Fiedorowicz (third), linebacker Christian Kirksey (third), linebacker Anthony Hitchens (fourth), defensive tackle Christian Ballard (fourth), defensive tackle Mike Daniels (fourth), cornerback Micah Hyde (fifth), cornerback Shaun Prater (fifth), guard Julian Vandervelde (fifth), guard Adam Gettis (fifth), quarterback Ricky Stanzi (fifth), wide receiver Marvin McNutt (sixth), defensive tackle Karl Klug (fifth), safety Tyler Sash (sixth)
WISCONSIN (15) — Tackle Gabe Carimi (first), defensive end J.J. Watt (first), guard Kevin Zeitler (first), center Peter Konz (second), running back Montee Ball (second), tight end Lance Kendricks (second), guard John Moffitt (third), safety Dezman Southward (third), running back James White (fourth), wide receiver Jared Abbrederis (fifth), fullback Bradie Ewing (fifth), tackle Ricky Wagner (fifth), punter Brad Nortman (sixth), offensive lineman Bill Nagy (seventh), defensive tackle Beau Allen (seventh)
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