Bearcats' NFL Update: Week 5

Oct. 10, 2013

Connor Barwin (LB, 2005-08) Philadelphia Eagles

Armon Binns (WR, 2007-10)

Miami Dolphins

Brent Celek (TE, 2003-06)

Philadelphia Eagles

Trent Cole (LD, 2002-04)

Philadelphia Eagles

Dan Giordano (LB, 2009-12)

Arizona Cardinals

Vidal Hazelton (WR, 2010)

New York Jets

Sean Hooey (OL, 2010-12)

St. Louis Rams

Kevin Huber (P, 2007-08)

Cincinnati Bengals

John Hughes (DT, 2008-11)

Cleveland Browns

Jason Kelce (C, 2007-10)

Philadelphia Eagles

Travis Kelce (TE, 2009, 2011-12)

Kansas City Chiefs

Jeff Linkenbach (T, 2006-09)

Indianapolis Colts

Ricardo Mathews (DT, 2006-09)

Indiapolis Colts

Haruki Nakamura (S, 2004-07)

Carolina Panthers

Isaiah Pead (RB, 2008-11)

St. Louis Rams

Adrien Robinson (WR, 2008-11)

New York Giants

J.K. Schaffer (LB, 2008-11)

Cincinnati Bengals

Kenbrell Thompkins (WR, 2011-12)

New England Patriots

Mike Windt (LS, 2007-09)

San Diego Chargers

Derek Wolfe (DE, 2008-11)

Denver Broncos

The quartet in Philadelphia was paced by Brent Celek, who had three catches for 47 yards and a touchdown, which was his second of the season. Trent Cole had three tackles, while Connor Barwin had two with one going for a loss. Jason Kelce started again at center for the Eagles.

Kenbrell Thomkins received the starting nod at wide out this past weekend for the Patriots. The rookie pulled in three catches for 16 yards. He is second on the team in receiving yards (273) and first in touchdowns (three).

John Hughes had a season-high five tackles in the Browns' win over Buffalo. He also had one and a half sacks and forced a fumble.

Kevin Huber punted six times in the Begnals win over New England for an average of 45.8 yards. His long on the day was 57 yards, and he pinned the ball inside the 20 twice.

Ricardo Mathews played in the Colts' win over Seattle and had one tackle. Jeff Linkenbach also played in the win.

Mike Windt, Derek Wolfe and Isaiah Pead all saw action this past weekend, but none of them recorded a stat.

Travis Kelce was inactive for the Chiefs' game on Sunday.

Sean Hooey, J.K. Schaffer and George Winn are all currently on their respective teams' practice squads.