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Shrine Bowl in the NFL:Week 1

Shrine Bowl in the NFL:Week 1

Photo credit: Donald Page/ Tennessee Titans | Andrew Mather / Kansas City Chiefs

More than 90 of our 2022 East-West Shrine Bowl class are now joined with hundreds of our alumni in the NFL.

Key notes:

  • *More than 90 players on rosters or NFL practice squads (53 on current 53 man rosters.)

Below are our week one top performers.

P Ryan Stonehouse – Tennessee Titans

Special Teams Coordinator Craig Aukerman has praised Ryan Stonehouse for his field punts and “big-time” leg. Stonehouse is in the Top three Punters ranked by pEPA, after week one. He ended the game with six punts averaging 57 yards with a long of 66.

WR Kyle Philips – Tennessee Titans

Kyle Phillips been an asset to the Titans offense. He had a total of nine targets, six catches for 66 yards, ahead all Titans receivers.

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RB Isiah Pacheco – Kansas City Chiefs

Isiah Pacheco led the Chiefs in rushing yards (62) with 12 carries and a touchdown.

The 2023 East-West Shrine Bowl will be played on February 2, 2023 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas,NV.

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