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How Micah Hyde, Ameer Abdullah and other Midlanders in the NFL fared this week

How Micah Hyde, Ameer Abdullah and other Midlanders in the NFL fared this week

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Buffalo Bills safety Micah Hyde runs an interception back for a touchdown against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.

In a Week 5 shocker, the Patriots are releasing four-time Pro-Bowler Stephen Gilmore.

The Midlanders in the NFL list, published in The World-Herald on Oct. 11.

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Micah Hyde (Iowa): One interception returned 26 yards for a touchdown; two solo tackles.

A.J. Klein (Iowa State): Nine tackles, eight solo.


Daviyon Nixon (Iowa): Two tackles, one solo, one quarterback hurry.


Stanley Morgan (Nebraska): One solo tackle.


Chauncey Golston (Iowa): Two assisted tackles.

Randy Gregory (Nebraska): Two quarterback hurries.

Greg Zuerlein (UNO): 3 for 3 on field goals with a long of 38, 5 for 5 on PAT attempts.


Noah Fant (Iowa/Omaha South): Three receptions for 20 yards.


T.J. Hockenson (Iowa): Two catches for 22 yards.

Green Bay

Allen Lazard (Iowa State): Two receptions for 6 yards, one solo tackle.


Maliek Collins (Nebraska): Three tackles, one solo.

Desmond King (Iowa): 10 tackles, six solo.

Christian Kirksey (Iowa): 12 tackles, six solo, one pass defended.

Kansas City

Anthony Hitchens (Iowa): Six tackles, four solo, two tackles for loss.

Ben Niemann (Iowa): Two assisted tackles.


Ameer Abdullah (Nebraska): One carry for 2 yards, four kickoff returns for 68 yards.

New England

Carl Davis (Iowa): One assisted tackle.

Tampa Bay

Shaq Barrett (Boys Town, UNO): Four tackles, three solo, 1½ sacks for 9 yards, one forced fumble.

Lavonte David (Nebraska): Two tackles, one solo, one sack for 4 yards.

Ndamukong Suh (Nebraska): One fumble recovery.

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