#ProHogs in the NFL – Week 17 Report

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Here is a look at how the 17 former Arkansas football players active on NFL rosters fared this past weekend in Week 17 of the NFL season.


Kamren Curl, S, Washington Football Team

Curl made his third interception in four games, helping Washington grab a 20-14 win at Philadelphia on Sunday Night Football, earning an NFC East division title and playoff berth for the first time since 2015. The rookie safety picked off Eagles starting QB Jalen Hurts after jamming TE Zach Ertz at the line of scrimmage and snaring the ball at the Philadelphia 32-yard line. Washington turned the interception into three points, taking a 10-0 first quarter lead. Curl became the first Washington rookie to make a pick in back-to-back games since Carlos Rogers in 2005. His season marks of 19 run stops, 16 stops in coverage and 68.0 defensive grade were the best among rookie safeties, earning him PFF All-Rookie Team recognition. Curl and fellow #ProHog, TE Jeremy Sprinkle, will gain playoff experience as Washington hosts Tampa Bay in the NFC Wild Card Round on Saturday, Jan. 9.

Alex Collins, RB, Seattle Seahawks

Collins was elevated to the active roster for the first time since Week 10 and totaled five carries for 29 yards and a touchdown in Seattle’s 26-23 win over San Francisco. He provided much-needed insurance late in the game, finding the end zone for the second time this season on an 8-yard rush with 1:49 left in the fourth quarter, pushing the Seahawks lead to 26-16. Seattle welcomes the Los Angeles Rams on Saturday, Jan. 9 in the NFC Wild Card Round.

Frank Ragnow, OL, Detroit Lions

Ragnow started his 14th game of the season and played all 58 snaps in Detroit’s season-ending 37-35 setback to Minnesota. The third-year pro’s 80.3 PFF offensive gFootrade was the NFL’s second-best among all centers, and he allowed just one quarterback hit without a sack. He earned his first Pro Bowl selection this season and was named PFF All-Pro second team.

Full #ProHogs Performances List

Name (Team)Week 17 Stats2020 Season Stats
DT McTelvin Agim (DEN)1 game (0 starts); 9 snaps vs. Las Vegas10 games (0 starts); 8 tackles (2 solo), 1 PDEF
QB Brandon Allen (CIN)1 game (1 start); 43 snaps at Houston; 6-for-21, 48 yards, 2 INT5 games (5 starts); 90-for-142 passing, 925 yards, 5 TD, 4 INT
RB Alex Collins (SEA)1 game (0 starts); 9 snaps at San Francisco, 5 carries, 29 yards, 1 TD3 games (1 start); 18 carries, 77 yards, 2 TD, 1 reception, 4 yards
S Kamren Curl (WAS)1 game (1 start); 70 snaps at Philadelphia, 2 ST snaps; 3 tackles (3 solo), 1 PDEF, 1 INT16 games (11 starts); 84 tackles (59 solo), 2 SK, 4 PDEF, 3 INT, 1 TD
DE Trey Flowers (DET)DNP vs. Minnesota: Injured Reserve7 games (5 starts); 21 tackles (11 solo), 2 SK, 2 FF, 1 FR, 1 PDEF
OL Hjalte Froholdt (HOU)DNP vs. Tennessee: COVID-19 list8 games (0 starts)
LB Dre Greenlaw (SF)DNP vs. Seattle: Inactive (calf)13 games (11 starts); 81 tackles (56 solo); 1 SK, 1 PDEF
TE Hunter Henry (LAC)DNP at Kansas City: COVID-19 list14 games (14 starts); 60 receptions, 613 yards, 4 TD
DL Jeremiah Ledbetter (TB)DNP vs. Atlanta: Inactive (calf)3 games (0 starts); 3 tackles (2 solo)
OL Jason Peters (PHI)DNP vs. Washington: Injured Reserve8 games (8 starts)
C Frank Ragnow (DET)1 game (1 start); 58 snaps vs. Minnesota14 games (14 starts)
LB Randy Ramsey (GB)1 game (0 starts); 24 snaps at Chicago, 18 ST snaps12 games (0 starts); 11 tackles (5 solo)
OL Dan Skipper (DET)1 game (0 starts); 21 snaps vs. Minnesota, 21 ST snaps5 games (0 starts)
DE Chris Smith (LV)1 game (0 starts); 23 snaps at Denver, 1 ST snap8 games (0 starts); 5 tackles (4 solo) 1 SK
TE Jeremy Sprinkle (WAS)1 game (0 starts); 36 snaps at Philadelphia, 13 ST snaps16 games (6 starts); 1 reception, 6 yards
DL Armon Watts (MIN)1 game (0 starts); 39 snaps at Detroit, 4 ST snaps16 games (0 starts); 31 tackles (12 solo), 0.5 SK
DE Deatrich Wise Jr. (NE)1 game (0 starts); 42 snaps vs. New York Jets, 4 ST snaps; 2 tackles (2 solo)16 games (7 starts); 43 tackles (21 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
RB Jonathan WilliamsWashington Football Team