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The Honolulu Advertiser

Updated at 10:15 p.m., Sunday, October 29, 2006

Titans' Laboy best of Hawaii NFL players

Advertiser Staff

Tennessee Titans and former University of Hawaii defensive end Travis Laboy had three tackles, a sack, a forced fumble and a quarterback hurry in their team's 28-22 victory over Houston Sunday.

Laboy's teammate, Jesse Mahelona (Kealakehe High), played but did not make a tackle.

Here's how other Hawaii players fared in NFL games Sunday:

--- Dallas Cowboys punter Mat McBriar (UH) had four punts for a 48.2 average, including a long of 54 and two inside the 20. Dallas beat Carolina, 35-14.

--- Denver Broncos placekicker Jason Elam (UH) was 1-for-1 on field goals (49 yards) and 4-for-4 on extra points. Denver lost to Indianapolis, 34-31.

--- Atlanta Falcons receiver Ashley Lelie (Radford High and UH) had three catches for 44 yards in their 29-27 win over Cincinnati.

--- Jacksonville offensive linemen Vince Manuwai (Farrington and UH) and Chris Naeole (Kahuku High) started for the Jaguars in their 13-6 victory over Philadelphia. Jacksonville receiver Chad Owens (UH) was not active.

--- Seattle tight end Itula Mili (Kahuku High) caught one pass for four yards in the Seahawks' 35-28 loss to Kansas City.

--- San Francisco 49ers linebacker Jeff Ulbrich (UH) had four tackles and one assist in their 41-10 loss to the Chicago Bears. Forty-Niner defensive lineman Isaako Sopoaga (UH) was not active.

--- St. Louis linebacker Pisa Tinoisamoa (UH) was active but did not play in the Rams' 38-24 loss to San Diego.

--- Arizona's Aaron Francisco (Kahuku) had two tackles in the Cardinals 31-14 loss to Green Bay.

--- Chicago Bears' all-pro center Olin Kreutz started in their 41-10 victory over San Francisco.

--- New York Jets defensive tackle Kimo von Oelhoffen (Molokai) had three tackles in a 20-13 loss to Cleveland.

--- Carolina defensive lineman Maake Kemoeatu (Kahuku) had four tackles in a 35-14 loss to Dallas.