FSU Alumni In The NFL For 2016: Week 10 Edition

Here is a look at when former FSU football stars will be taking the field during Week 10 of the 2016 NFL Regular Season.

Last week, the NFL reached the halfway mark of their 2016 regular season with plenty of rivalry matchups. Hated battles between teams like Miami, the New York Jets, Baltimore, Pittsburgh and many more highlighted the schedule. Included in many of those battles was some FSU on FSU showdowns that made fans of the Seminoles have to choose sides.

This weekend, the Week 10 slate features several more divisional showdowns – along with some Super Bowl rematches that are sure to get the attention of FSU football fans wanting to see former ‘Noles in action.

Here’s a look at which former FSU stars will be taking the field this week during the tenth week of the 2016 season, including when you can see each game.

Sep 25, 2016; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Baltimore Ravens defensive end Timmy Jernigan (99) celebrates making a stop during the second half of a football game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at EverBank FieldThe Baltimore Ravens won 19-17. Mandatory Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports

Sep 25, 2016; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Baltimore Ravens defensive end Timmy Jernigan (99) celebrates making a stop during the second half of a football game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at EverBank FieldThe Baltimore Ravens won 19-17. Mandatory Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports

Cleveland at Baltimore (8:25 PM)

Television: NFL Network

Cleveland Browns – OL Cameron Erving, DT Nile Lawrence-Stample (Injured Reserve)

Baltimore Ravens – DT Timmy Jernigan

Oct 30, 2016; London, United Kingdom; Washington Redskins running back Chris Thompson (25) rushes during the second quarter against the Cincinnati Bengals at Wembley Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Steve Flynn-USA TODAY Sports

Los Angeles at New York Jets

Television: FOX

Los Angeles Rams – DB Lamarcus Joyner

Atlanta at Philadelphia

Television: FOX

Atlanta Falcons – RB Devonta Freeman

Philadelphia Eagles – LB Nigel Bradham, S Terrence Brooks

Chicago at Tampa Bay

Television: FOX

Chicago Bears – DT Eddie Goldman, LB Christian Jones

Tampa Bay Buccaneers – QB Jameis Winston, K Roberto Aguayo, RB Antone Smith (Injured Reserve)

Minnesota at Washington

Television: FOX

Minnesota Vikings – CB Xavier Rhodes

Washington Redskins – RB Chris Thompson, K Dustin Hopkins

Green Bay at Tennessee

Television: FOX

Green Bay Packers – DT Letroy Guion

Tennessee Titans – OG Josue Matias (Injured Reserve)

Houston at Jacksonville

Television: CBS

Jacksonville Jaguars – WR Rashad Greene, LB Telvin Smith, DB Jalen Ramsey

Denver at New Orleans

Television: CBS

Denver Broncos – LB Dekoda Watson

New Orleans Saints – CB P.J. Williams (Injured Reserve), CB Tony Carter (Injured Reserve)

Kansas City at Carolina

Television: CBS

Carolina Panthers – WR Kelvin Benjamin, K Graham Gano

Oct 16, 2016; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry (14) is tackled by Pittsburgh Steelers inside linebacker Lawrence Timmons (94) during the second half at Hard Rock Stadium. The Dolphins won 30-15. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Miami at San Diego (4:05 PM)

Television: CBS

No ‘Noles in This Game

San Francisco at Arizona (4:25 PM)

Television: FOX

San Francisco 49ers – DE/LB Tank Carradine, QB Christian Ponder

Dallas at Pittsburgh (4:25 PM)

Television: FOX

Pittsburgh Steelers – LB Lawrence Timmons, LB Vince Williams

Oct 23, 2016; London, United Kingdom; New York Giants guard Bobby Hart (68) and guard John Jerry (77) defend against Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Ethan Westbrooks (93) during game 16 of the NFL International Series at Twickenham Statdium. The Giants defeated the Rams 17-10. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Sunday, November 13th

Seattle at New England (8:30 PM)

Television: NBC

New England Patriots – OG Tre’ Jackson (PUP List)

Monday, November 14th

Cincinnati at New York Giants (8:30 PM)

Television: ESPN

New York Giants – OL Bobby Hart

Bye Week: Buffalo, Detroit, Indianapolis, Oakland

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