Knights in the Pros Update: September 21

ORLANDO – A total of 10 former UCF football players saw action in the NFL during Week 2 action, including Matt Prater, who set another record, and Latavius Murray, who once again found the end zone.

Prater, who holds the NFL record for longest field goal, hitting a 64-yarder for the Broncos back in 2013, broke the Arizona Cardinals' franchise record on Sunday with one from 62 yards out. Prater also connected from 27 yards to help lead the Cardinals to a 34-33 victory over the Vikings.

Murray scored his second rushing touchdown of the season in his second game with Baltimore, as the Ravens came back to defeat the Kansas City Chiefs 36-35 over the weekend. Murray rushed nine times for 36 yards in the victory and now has 45 rushing touchdowns in his career.

Week 2
Jordan Akins – Houston Texans: Started at tight end and played on special teams, 1 catch for 17 yards vs. Browns
A.J. Bouye – Carolina Panthers: Inactive vs. Saints
Gabriel Davis – Buffalo Bills: Played at wide receiver vs. Dolphins
Jordan Franks – Cleveland Browns (practice)
Tay Gowan – Arizona Cardinals: Inactive vs. Vikings
Richie Grant – Atlanta Falcons: Played on special teams vs. Bucs
Shaquem Griffin – Miami Dolphins (practice)
Shaquill Griffin – Jacksonville Jaguars: Started at cornerback, 5 tackles, 1 breakup vs. Broncos
Jacob Harris – Los Angeles Rams: Played on special teams vs. Colts
Trysten Hill – Dallas Cowboys (pup list)
Mike Hughes – Kansas City Chiefs: Played at cornerback and on special teams, 2 tackles, 1 forced fumble, 1 kick return for 25 yards vs. Ravens
Charley Hughlett – Cleveland Browns: Played as long snapper vs. Texans
Adrian Killins Jr. – Denver Broncos (injured reserve)
Justin McCray – Houston Texans: Played at center and on special teams vs. Browns
Latavius Murray – Baltimore Ravens: Played at running back, 9 rushes for 36 yards, 1 TD vs. Chiefs
Tre Nixon – New England Patriots (practice)
Breshad Perriman – Chicago Bears: Inactive vs. Bengals
Matt Prater – Arizona Cardinals: Played as kicker, 2-for-2 on FGs, 4-for-4 on PATs vs. Vikings
Aaron Robinson – New York Giants (pup list)
Tre'Quan Smith – New Orleans Saints (injured reserve)