#ProHogs in the NFL – Week 16 Report

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Here is a look at how the 16 former Arkansas football players active on NFL rosters fared this past weekend in Week 16 of the NFL season.


Kamren Curl, S, Washington Football Team

Curl tallied a team-leading nine tackles and his second career interception in Washington’s 20-13 setback to Carolina. He picked off Panthers QB Teddy Bridgewater, tacking on a 12-yard return late in the first half. Curl has made 86 stops this season, passing Hall of Fame CB Champ Bailey (1999) for third-most tackles by a rookie in franchise history. According to PFF, his defensive grade (69.9) and coverage grade (72.4) are tops among all rookie safeties. Opposing receivers have caught 81.3% of passes when covered by Curl, fourth-best among all league safeties.

Brandon Allen, QB, Cincinnati Bengals

Allen outdueled three-time Pro Bowler Deshaun Watson, throwing for career-highs of 371 yards and two touchdowns on 29-of-37 passing in Cincinnati’s 37-31 win at Houston. PFF graded Allen at 91.0, the NFL’s second-highest QB grade of the week behind Tampa Bay’s Tom Brady (93.3). He completed 78% of his passes, averaging 10 yards per attempt, helping the Bengals roll to season-highs in points and total yards (540). Allen hooked up with TE Drew Sample for a 6-yard score in the first quarter and WR Tee Higgins on a 20-yard score in the third quarter, that was SportsCenter’s No. 4 play of the day. With the Bengals trailing 31-27 and six minutes on the fourth quarter clock, Allen engineered a 10-play, 75-yard touchdown drive, completing all three of his pass attempts before RB Samaje Perine plunged into the end zone from three yards out. Cincinnati has won back-to-back games for the first time in two seasons.

Dre Greenlaw, LB, San Francisco 49ers

Greenlaw totaled seven tackles, including six solo stops, in San Francisco’s 20-12 win over Arizona. He posted a 78.0 PFF defensive game grade, the team’s fourth highest. Greenlaw earned a starting role mid way through the season and has posted 81 total tackles with 56 solo stops, 1.0 sack and one pass defended.

Full #ProHogs Performances List

Name (Team)Week 16 Stats2020 Season Stats
DT McTelvin Agim (DEN)1 game (0 starts); 7 snaps at Los Angeles Chargers9 games (0 starts); 8 tackles (2 solo), 1 PDEF
QB Brandon Allen (CIN)1 game (1 start); 76 snaps at Houston; 29-for-37, 371 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT4 games (4 starts); 84-for-121 passing, 877 yards, 5 TD, 2 INT
S Kamren Curl (WAS)1 game (1 start); 67 snaps vs. Carolina, 3 ST snaps; 9 tackles (6 solo), 1 PDEF, 1 INT15 games (10 starts); 82 tackles (56 solo), 2 SK, 3 PDEF, 2 INT, 1 TD
DE Trey Flowers (DET)DNP vs. Tampa Bay: Injured Reserve7 games (5 starts); 21 tackles (11 solo), 2 SK, 2 FF, 1 FR, 1 PDEF
OL Hjalte Froholdt (HOU)DNP vs. Cincinnati: COVID-19 list8 games (0 starts)
LB Dre Greenlaw (SF)1 game (1 start); 81 snaps at Arizona, 1 ST snap; 7 tackles (6 solo)13 games (11 starts); 81 tackles (56 solo); 1 SK, 1 PDEF
TE Hunter Henry (LAC)DNP vs. Denver: COVID-19 list14 games (14 starts); 60 receptions, 613 yards, 4 TD
DL Jeremiah Ledbetter (TB)1 game (0 starts); 12 snaps at Detroit3 games (0 starts); 3 tackles (2 solo)
OL Jason Peters (PHI)DNP at Dallas: Injured Reserve8 games (8 starts)
C Frank Ragnow (DET)DNP vs. Tampa Bay: Inactive13 games (13 starts)
LB Randy Ramsey (GB)1 game (0 starts); 21 snaps vs. Tennessee, 15 ST snaps; 1 tackle11 games (0 starts); 11 tackles (5 solo)
OL Dan Skipper (DET)1 game (0 starts); 10 snaps vs. Tampa Bay, 10 ST snaps4 games (0 starts)
DE Chris Smith (LV)DNP vs. Miami7 games (0 starts); 5 tackles (4 solo) 1 SK
TE Jeremy Sprinkle (WAS)1 game (0 starts); 21 snaps vs. Carolina, 10 ST snaps15 games (6 starts); 1 reception, 6 yards
DL Armon Watts (MIN)1 game (0 starts); 41 snaps at New Orleans; 3 tackles, (1 solo)15 games (0 starts); 31 tackles (12 solo), 0.5 SK
DE Deatrich Wise Jr. (NE)1 game (0 starts); 58 snaps vs. Buffalo, 6 ST snaps; 2 tackles (2 solo)15 games (7 starts); 41 tackles (19 solo), 2.5 SK, 1 FR, 1 TD

#ProHogs on NFL Practice Squads

TE Chase HarrellSan Francisco
LB De'Jon HarrisGreen Bay
WR Cody HollisterTennessee
DT T.J. SmithLos Angeles Chargers