Former NDSU Players Suiting Up for NFL Teams in 2016
With the regular season kicking off Thursday night, September 8th, in Denver, let's take a look at the former North Dakota State Bison suiting up for NFL teams in 2016.
You had to know that we wouldn't start this list with anyone but Carson Wentz.
After being drafted second overall in the 2016 NFL Draft, the Philadelphia Eagles named the former Bison signal caller their starting quarterback before the team's week one matchup with the Cleveland Browns.
Running back John Crockett will enter his second season with the Green Bay Packers on the injured reserve.
Crockett played in two games for the Packers last season, rushing nine times for 21 total yards.
Linebacker Kyle Emanuel enters his second season in the NFL with hopes of building on a successful rookie campaign.
Emanuel played in 15 games for the Chargers last season, racking up 25 total tackles and one sack.
Joining Carson Wentz as a pick in the 2016 NFL Draft is tackle Joe Haeg, who was taken with the 155th overall selection.
Haeg was a four-year starter at NDSU and played in two preseason games for the Colts this season.
Ramon Humber joins the Buffalo Bills this season after spending the previous five with the New Orleans Saints.
Originally drafted by the Indianapolis Colts, Humber has made 194 total tackles during his professional football career.
Billy Turner enters his third year in the NFL, all of which have been spent with the Miami Dolphins, who drafted the guard 67th overall in 2014.
Turner started 12 games last season for the Dolphins.
Similar to Billy Turner, Marcus Williams enters his third season in the NFL, all of which have been played with the New York Jets.
Undrafted in 2014, Williams signed with the Houston Texans before being released, allowing him to sign with the Jets. Williams played in 13 games last season for New York.