As the NFL regular season approaches, here are four former Razorbacks who made some noise in the final week of preseason action.
Williams got the start on Thursday and did not disappoint. Carrying the ball for 53 yards on 10 carries, Williams broke off this 21-yard scamper in the first score for the Bills’ first touchdown of the contest.
— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) August 31, 2017
After the Patriots forced a fumble on the Giants opening drive of the game, New England used its field position to take an early 7-0 lead on a nine-yard touchdown reception from rookie receiver Cody Hollister.
— New England Patriots (@Patriots) September 1, 2017
Hatcher led the Raiders with five grabs in Thursday’s preseason finale. The rookie racked up 48 yards through the air including an 18-yard touchdown strike from E.J. Manuel for the Raiders first score of the game. Three of his five receptions were either resulted in a first down or touchdown. Hatcher was also responsible for punt and kickoff returns. He fair caught two punts and returned one kickoff back for 18 yards.
— NFL (@NFL) September 1, 2017
Morgan was the Dolphins second-leading receiver in their final preseason game with 47 yards on three catches for a 15.7 yard-per-catch average. Two of his three grabs resulted in first downs, as he hauled in passes of 18 and 24 yards. The rookie was also on punt return duty, where he fair caught three and returned one for nine yards.