Cardinals tight end Maxx Williams is among several former Gophers currently on NFL active rosters, including:

Rashod Bateman, receiver, Ravens
The rookie first-round draft pick started the season on injured reserve after groin surgery, but has returned to practice and could make his NFL debut Monday night.

De'Vondre Campbell, linebacker, Packers
Campbell signed with the Packers in June and leads the team with 40 tackles, playing nearly every snap on defense.

Blake Cashman, linebacker, Jets
He has played 12 games, starting six, in three seasons with the Jets. He returned to practice this week after missing the past three games because of a hamstring injury.

Carter Coughlin, linebacker, Giants
The second-year pro is being primarily used on special teams.

Tyler Johnson, receiver, Buccaneers
The second-year player from Minneapolis North has four catches for 68 yards in four games. He also returned a kickoff for the first time last week.

Kamal Martin, linebacker, Panthers
Cut by the Packers in training camp after starting six games in 2020, the second-year pro signed to Carolina's practice squad before the season and was added to the active roster Monday.

Eric Murray, safety, Texans
The sixth-year pro is in his second season in Houston, where he started the first three games of the season but was limited to special teams last week.

Rodney Smith, running back, Panthers
In his second season in Carolina, Smith was activated from the practice squad last week to help fill in for the injured Christian McCaffrey. In his season debut, Smith had five catches for 48 yards. He returned to the practice squad but was elevated again with McCaffrey doubtful for Sunday.

Benjamin St-Juste, cornerback, Washington
The rookie had worked his way up to playing three-quarters of the defensive snaps when he suffered a concussion in Week 3. He missed last week's game but he is expected back Sunday against Atlanta.

Chris Streveler, quarterback, Cardinals
After two seasons in the CFL, Streveler got into five games last season in Arizona. He hasn't seen action in 2021 for the unbeaten Cardinals as the team's third quarterback.

Damien Wilson, linebacker, Jaguars
After playing in the Super Bowl two consecutive seasons with Kansas City, Wilson signed with Jacksonville, where he's starting and third in tackles with 28.

Antoine Winfield Jr., safety, Buccaneers
He started every game and won the Super Bowl in his rookie season. He had his best game of his second season last week, with an interception and a forced fumble against the Patriots. But he suffered a concussion in the game and was not cleared to play Sunday vs. Miami.