Former Griffons Show Flashes in Second NFL Games

Former Griffons Show Flashes in Second NFL Games

David Bass's forced fumble leads to a touchdown Friday.
Former Missouri Western standouts Michael Hill and David Bass saw a little more action in the second week of the preseason.

Raiders defensive end David Bass sacked Saints quarterback Seneca Wallace in the third quarter of a 28-20 loss, forcing a fumble that was recovered for a Raiders touchdown. Bass racked up three tackles to bring his preseason total to seven.

Hill, a Central High School graduate and 2012 Harlon Hill Award finalist, carried three times for 13 yards and a first down in San Diego's 33-28 win at Chicago. The two runs came on a touchdown drive in the third quarter, where Hill was stopped at the goal line before the scoring play. 

Hill also caught one ball for eight yards, but dropped another pair of passes. 

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