How do ex-Cats rate on Madden NFL 18 video game?

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Player ratings for Madden 18, EA Sports’ NFL video game franchise have been leaked ahead of the game’s Aug. 25 release date and are trickling out this month from EA Sports itself. Here’s a look at how former Kentucky players who are playing or have recently played in the NFL were rated for the game’s launch, including their overall number and highest-rated attribute.

Randall Cobb, Green Bay Packers, wide receiver: 87 overall, 96 catching.

Bud Dupree, Pittsburgh Steelers, linebacker: 75 overall, 93, jumping.

Josh Forrest, Los Angeles Rams, linebacker: 63 overall, 92 toughness.

J.D. Harmon, Cleveland Browns, defensive back: Not rated.

Farrington Huguenin, Pittsburgh Steelers, linebacker: Not rated.

Chris Matthews, Baltimore Ravens, wide receiver: 68 overall, 92 jumping.

Marcus McWilson, Oakland Raiders, safety: Not rated.

Corey Peters, Arizona Cardinals, defensive tackle: Not rated.

Za’Darius Smith, Baltimore Ravens, linebacker: 71 overall, 88 injury (resistance).

Danny Trevathan, Chicago Bears, linebacker: 84 overall, 92 tackle.

Larry Warford, New Orleans Saints, guard: 81 overall, 97 injury (resistance)

Boom Williams, Cincinnati Bengals, running back: Not rated.

Avery Williamson, Tennessee Titans, linebacker: 79 overall, 92 tackle.

Wesley Woodyard, Tennessee Titans, linebacker: 82 overall, 95 injury (resistance).

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