Oct. 1, 2012
CINCINNATI - The University of Cincinnati currently boasts 14 former student-athletes on NFL rosters. Here's how each former Bearcat performed in week four of the 2012 NFL regular season.
OLB Connor Barwin (Houston Texans) 9/30/12 vs. Tennessee Titans - Started at weak-side linebacker and had one quarterback hurry in a 38-14 win.
WR Armon Binns (Cincinnati Bengals) 9/30/12 at Jacksonville Jaguars - Started at wide receiver and was targeted 5 times in a 27-10 win.
TE Brent Celek (Philadelphia Eagles) 9/30/12 vs. New York Giants - Started at tight end and recorded four receptions for 57 yards, with a long of 27 yards, in a 19-17 win.
DE Trent Cole (Philadelphia Eagles) 9/30/12 vs. New York Giants - Started at defensive end and registered two tackles in a 19-17 win.
WR Mardy Gilyard (Philadelphia Eagles) 9/30/12 vs. New York Giants - Recorded one tackle on special teams in a 19-17 win.
P Kevin Huber (Cincinnati Bengals) 9/30/12 at Jacksonville Jaguars - Punted three times for 143 yards, with a 47.7-yard average and a net average of 47.7 yards, and pinned two punts inside the 20-yard line in a 27-10 win.
DT John Hughes (Cleveland Browns) 9/27/12 at Baltimore Ravens - Totaled two tackles in a 23-16 loss.
T Jeff Linkenbach (Indianapolis Colts) - Bye Week
DT Ricardo Mathews (Indianapolis Colts) - Bye Week
S Haruki Nakamura (Carolina Panthers) 9/30/12 at Atlanta Falcons
- Started at free safety and tallied four tackles, one interception and two passes defended in a 30-28 loss.
RB Isaiah Pead (St. Louis Rams) 9/23/12 vs. Seattle Seahawks - Was inactive in a 19-13 win.
TE Adrien Robinson (New York Giants) 9/30/12 at Philadelphia Eagles - Was inactive in a 17-19 loss.
LS Mike Windt (San Diego Chargers) 9/30/12 vs. Kansas City Chiefs - Totaled one special teams tackle in a 37-20 loss.
DL Derek Wolfe (Denver Broncos) 9/30/12 vs. Oakland Raiders - Started at defensive end and totaled two tackles including one tackle for loss in a 37-6 win.
Stayed tuned to GoBEARCATS.com throughout the NFL regular season and during the playoffs as we keep you updated on the Bearcats in the NFL.