Former Huskers involved in NFL transactions

Several transactions involving former Husker football players who are now in the NFL.
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Former Huskers offensive lineman Alex Lewis celebrates a win over Michigan State at Memorial Stadium during the 2015 season.

Several transactions involving former Husker football players who are now in the NFL.

NBC Sports reporting that defensive tackle Maliek Collins has reached a deal with the Las Vegas Raiders. Collins started 55-straight games with the Dallas Cowboys in four years before that.

ProFootballTalk

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Raiders add former Cowboys defensive tackle Maliek Collins https://wp.me/pbBqYq-btIs 

Raiders add defensive tackle Maliek Collins – ProFootballTalk

Having just added an old Cowboy, the Raiders went for a younger one this time. According to Jerry McDonald of the Bay Area News Group, the Raiders have reached a deal with Cowboys defensive tackle…

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Also, Collins’ former teammate Alex Lewis has signed a three-year, $18.6 million deal with the New York Jets, according to Ralph Vacchiano of SNY. This will be the second-straight season with the Jets for the offensive lineman.

Ralph Vacchiano

@RVacchianoSNY

The Jets have agreed to terms with guard Alex Lewis on a three-year, $18.6 million deal with $6 million guaranteed, a source confirmed. GM Joe Douglas traded for him last summer and always wanted to bring him back.

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Former Husker fullback Andy Janovich has reportedly been traded to the Cleveland Browns from the Denver Broncos for a 2021 seventh round pick.

Michael Spencer

@MichaelCBS4

Can confirm Andy Janovich being traded to the Browns for a 2021 7th round pick.
So within a matter of 5 minutes the Broncos starting center and fullback are gone. @CBSDenver

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