The weight room isn’t the only part of the Hale Center training complex that has a new look this season.
One new feature is the framed NFL jerseys of a random selection of Rutgers football alums hanging from a wall.
Rutgers has honored its “Knights in the NFL” in various ways in the past.
Scroll through the slideshow to see which former Rutgers stars made the cut and had their jerseys on the wall as of Aug. 14.
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Over the course of 40 games at quarterback from Rutgers from 1992-95, Lucas compiled 6,643 yards of total offense — still good for No. 6 in school history.
Lucas spent seven seasons in the NFL with the Jets, New England Patriots and Miami Dolphins. He now is a New York sports talk personality and analyst on Rutgers Radio Network.
Gary Brackett, Colts
A 2015 inductee into the Rutgers Hall of Fame, Brackett was a walk-on at Rutgers and an undrafted free agent in the NFL.
Brackett proved his doubters wrong by rising to captain at Rutgers and nine-year veteran for the Indianapolis Colts, winning a Super Bowl XLI ring as the starting middle linebacker in 2007.
Harry Swayne, Ravens
A defensive lineman at Rutgers, Swanye built a 15-year NFL career as an offensive lineman that included Super Bowl appearances with the San Diego Chargers, Denver Broncos (twice) and Baltimore Ravens.
Swayne is in his sixth year as the Ravens director of player engagement.
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A key player in the transition from the Terry Shea to Greg Schiano regimes, Smith left Rutgers ranking in the Top 10 in most receiving categories despite playing tight end.
Smith was selected in the second-round of the 2003 NFL Draft and enjoyed a seven-year career highlighted by a touchdown catch for the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl XXXIX.
Brian Leonard, Bengals
Synonymous with the turnaround of Rutgers from losing program to annual bowl participant, Leonard made unselfish move from star halfback to fullback to make room for Ray Rice at Rutgers. He still ranks No. 5 in program history with 2,775 rushing yards.
Leonard was a second-round draft pick in 2007 and spent eight seasons in the NFL.
Ray Rice, Ravens
The best player in modern Rutgers history, Rice holds program records for rushing yards (4,926), carries (910), touchdowns (49) and 100-yard games (25).
Clark Harris, Bengals
An All-Big East tight end at Rutgers who was a seventh-round NFL Draft pick in 2007, Harris carved out a niche with staying power as the primary long snapper for the Cincinnati Bengals since 2009.
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A former First-Team All-Big East selection, Zuttah was a stalwart on Rutgers offensive line from 2004-07.
Zuttah was a third-round draft pick in 2008 who has played in 115 games, including 101 starts, for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Baltimore Ravens.
In six seasons with the Baltimore Ravens, who picked him in the second round of the 2008 NFL Draft, Rice was a three-time Pro Bowler. Rice’s career was cut short after a domestic violence incident and he still is trying to earn a second chance.