Each week I recaped how Northwestern football alumni performed in the NFL for WNUR Sports, Northwestern’s student-run radio station, 89.3 FM Chicago. Check out the season recap above. One Northwestern alum totaled over 100 tackles and 5 sacks and played every defensive snap of the season, earning him Player of the Year honors.
WNUR’s Ari Ross (@aross50) recaps the season for Northwestern Wildcats football alumni in the National Football League.
Northwestern had nine football alumni start or play in games this 2013 NFL season. Here’s how they performed this season in the NFL:
Jeremy Ebert, Wide Receiver, Jacksonville Jaguars (Northwestern Class of 2012)
Ebert played in five games for the Jaguars. He was targeted eight times and caught three passes for 18 yards, with a long of eight yards. He also had one special teams tackle.
Zach Strief, Offensive Tackle, New Orleans Saints (Northwestern Class of 2006)
Strief started and played in 15 games for the Saints. He only committed four penalties this season: two holding calls, one false start and one unnecessary roughness.
Brian Arnfelt, Defensive End, Pittsburgh Steelers (Northwestern Class of 2013)
Arnfelt played in two games for the Steelers this season after being signed…
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