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Gamecocks in the NFL: Quiet week as regular season concludes

A look at how former South Carolina players fared in the NFL last week.

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S Darian Stewart, Broncos: Stewart notched two tackles and a pass defensed and came up with an interception for Denver in its loss to Kansas City.

DE Jadeveon Clowney, Texans: Clowney was second on the team with seven tackles, including half a sack and half a tackle for loss, and also logged a quarterback hit for Houston in its loss to Indianapolis.

RB Mike Davis, Seahawks: Davis was the leading rusher with 10 carries for 48 yards and had two catches for 16 yards as Seattle fell to Arizona.

DE Melvin Ingram, Chargers: Ingram tallied two tackles, including half a tackle for loss and half a sack, and also notched a quarterback hit for Los Angeles.

WR Alshon Jeffery, Eagles: Jeffery had just one catch for eight yards in Philadelphia’s mind-numbing 6-0 loss to Dallas.

S D.J. Swearinger, Redskins: Swearinger was third on the team with nine tackles, including half a tackle for loss, in Washington’s loss to the rival New York Giants.

CB Stephon Gilmore, Patriots: Gilmore finished with two tackles and a pass defensed for New England in its win over the New York Jets.

DB Johnathan Joseph, Texans: Joseph had two tackles for Houston.

TE Jared Cook, Raiders: Cook was third on the team with three catches for 35 yards as Oakland fell to the Los Angeles Chargers.

WR/PR Pharoh Cooper, Rams: Cooper was second on the team with two receptions for 30 yards and also returned two punts for six yards in Los Angeles’ loss to San Francisco.

CB Captain Munnerlyn, Panthers: Munnerlyn had five tackles and one pass defensed in Carolina’s loss to rival Atlanta.

K Ryan Succop, Titans: Succop was 3-for-3 on his field goal attempts with a long of 39 yards, but missed his only extra point try for Tennessee.

FB Patrick DiMarco, Bills: DiMarco had one catch for four yards as the Bills beat the Dolphins and ended a 17-year playoff drought.