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ProDucks Update: Cleveland continues downward spiral courtesy of Justin Hollins

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In the backfield, making roster moves, the Pro Ducks were everywhere in Week 9 of the NFL regular season.

Here is the latest on the Pro Ducks:

JUSTIN HOLLINS - Outside linebacker, Denver Broncos

The first-year rookie recorded his first sack in an NFL regular season game last Sunday vs. Baker Mayfield and the Cleveland Browns.

Hollins was selected in the fifth round (No. 156 overall) by the Broncos in the 2019 NFL Draft.

Denver (3-6) went on to defeat the Browns 24-19.

DEFOREST BUCKNER, ARIK ARMSTEAD - Defensive line, San Francisco 49ers

The 49ers freight train continued last Thursday vs. division rival the Arizona Cardinals. DeForest Buckner and Arik Armstead would face a new challenge in 5-foot-10, 22-year-old lightning quick QB Kyler Murray. 

Buckner recorded four tackles (two TFL), three solo and one sack. 

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The 49ers went on to defeat the Cardinals 28-25 on Thursday Night Football.

HRONISS GRASU - Offensive lineman, Tennessee Titans

The former Oregon center was resigned to the Titans on October 28. 

Grasu has spent time with five different NFL teams since joining the league in 2015: Chicago Bears, Carolina Panthers, Baltimore Ravens, Miami Dolphins and now with Tennessee.

TONY BROOKS-JAMES - Running back, Pittsburg Steelers

After going undrafted in the 2019 NFL Draft, speedy RB Tony Brooks James spent some time with the Atlanta Falcons during the preseason before getting picked up by the Pittsburgh Steelers.

DE'ANTHONY THOMAS - Wide receiver, Baltimore Ravens

The electric, speedy receiver found a home in Kansas City for the first five seasons of his NFL career before being released this season. Just announced today, the Baltimore Ravens have claimed the six-year vet "Black Mamba" adding another outside speedy weapon for QB Lamar Jackson, should he work his way up the depth chart.

 

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