Shrine Bowl in the NFL: Week 1

Shrine Bowl in the NFL: Week 1

More than 80 of our 2020 Shrine Bowl players are now joined with hundreds of our alumni in the NFL. Below are the players from our 2020 game that are now in the NFL. James Robinson-Jacksonville Jaguars James Robinson is the first undrafted rookie free agent to start an NFL game at running back in more than 30 years. He also set the NFL record for yards in one game by an undrafted rookie free agent with 62 yards on 16 carries. In the 2020 Shrine Bowl Robinson accumulated 136 total yards (80 rushing, 56 passing) and scored the longest touchdown in the history of our game with a 63-yard rushing score

Jack Driscoll-Philadelphia Eagles Jack Driscoll made his first start at right tackle in place of Lane Johnson due to an ankle injury. Driscoll did not look out of place during his NFL Debut and his teammate Lane Johnson praised him for his performance. John Reid- Houston Texans Since being in Houston John Reid’s head coach Bill O’Brien has praised his maturity and said, he likely had the best training camp of any rookie. In the 34-20 loss against the 2019 Super Bowl Champions Kansas City Chiefs Reid was able to finish the game with seven tackles. Jordan Fuller- Los Angeles Rams Jordan Fuller lead the Rams in total tackles with eight in a 20-17 win over the Cowboys. The highlight of the game was his huge fourth-down stop for the Rams. Rashad Smith-Chicago Bears Congrats, to LB Rashad Smith who was picked up by Dallas from Chicago’s practice squad. Smith is now on the Cowboys 53-man roster and his jersey number is 53.


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