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West Virginia in the Pros:
Former Players Leaving Their Mark in the NFL

Former Mountaineers are sent to the professional ranks by WV football every offseason, where they may showcase their abilities in the National Football League, the biggest platform in sports.

Here is a list of every former Mountaineer who is now playing for an NFL team, with some developing into reliable starters and others becoming rising stars. Also, iGamingWV prepared the list of prospective players for the season and much more exciting stuff including news, articles, guides, and the latest bonuses. Week Six of the league regular season has already concluded.

Players Who Appear or Record a Statistic in Week Five

LB David Long Jr. - Miami Dolphins

Long led the defense and is still impressive after Miami's commanding 42-21 victory against the Carolina Panthers. With four solo stops, one quarterback hit, and a team-high 11 total tackles, this former Mountaineer was quite active.

DL Dante Stills & LB Kyzir White - Arizona Cardinals

Despite Arizona's 26-9 defeat to the Los Angeles Rams, Stills, and White, the Cardinals' front-seven tackling tandem, once again carried the flag. Both players had an effect.

With a team-high eight total tackles, five solo stops, one sack, one tackle for loss, and one quarterback hit, White solidified his position as one of the team's top tacklers. Stills also had four tackles for the Cardinals while playing defensive end.

QB Geno Smith - Seattle Seahawks

After Smith was sacked on a fourth-down play in the red zone late in the game, Seattle, who went to Cincinnati to face the Bengals, lost 17–13. Smith completed 27 of 41 passes for 323 yards and two interceptions.

CB Rasul Douglas - Green Bay Packers

Douglas, who had a bye in Week Six, was a key member of the secondary during Green Bay's Monday Night Football defeat to the Las Vegas Raiders in Week Five, 17-13. Douglas had four solo tackles in addition to breaking up two passes.

OG Mark Glowinski - New York Giants

Glowinski and the New York Giants lost 14–9 on Sunday Night Football to the Buffalo Bills on the road in a contest that literally came down to the last play.

The Giants' offense amassed 316 total offensive yards while Glowinski, a former WV offensive lineman, began and finished the game as the left guard. Glowinski made many crucial second-level blocks.

OT Yodny Cajuste - New York Giants

After being waived by the New England Patriots before the season, Cajuste was added to the Giants’ practice squad on Tuesday, October 10.

OT Colton McKivitz - San Francisco 49ers

With only 215 yards of offense on the board, McKivitz began as the right tackle in San Francisco's first loss of the season, a 19-17 setback to the Cleveland Browns in Cleveland.

About West Virginia Mountaineers

West Virginia Mountaineers represents West Virginia University (WVU) in collegiate sports. The state's strong heritage of hardy adventure and frontier spirit is honored by its unique moniker, the Mountaineers. This represents the university's tenacity and resolve in the face of difficulties.

The Mountaineers represent their school in football, basketball, and soccer while competing in the Big 12 Conference. Among many other accomplishments, the football team's exuberant performances at Milan Puskar Stadium have garnered them a passionate fan following known as "Mountaineer Nation."

The state's history is personified by WV University's renowned mascot, the Mountaineer, who inspires crowds by shooting a musket while sporting a coonskin hat and a buckskin outfit. West Virginians and fans of collegiate athletics alike may take pride in the Mountaineers due to their legendary athletic program and unyielding passion.