Former USF defensive back Anthony Henry, a fourth round draft choice last year, tied a Cleveland Browns record with three interceptions Sunday.
Henry?s three picks tied him for the NFL lead with New Orleans? Sammy Knight and San Diego?s Ryan McNeil. The Browns defeated the Lions 24-14.
“I didn?t get to see it, but it doesn?t surprise me. He?s a talented young man,” USF coach Jim Leavitt said about his former defensive standout.
Former USF kicker Bill Gramatica connected on a 28-yard field goal and made two extra points for Arizona in the Cardinals 38-17 loss to Denver.