Bearcats in the NFL
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Former Bearcats student-athlete Derek Wolfe fights to recover a fumble during the second half against the San Diego Chargers.

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Former Bearcats student-athlete Derek Wolfe fights to recover a fumble during the second half against the San Diego Chargers.
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Oct. 16, 2012

CINCINNATI – The University of Cincinnati currently boasts 14 former student-athletes on NFL rosters. Here's how each former Bearcat performed in week six of the 2012 NFL regular season.

OLB Connor Barwin (Houston Texans) 10/14/12 vs. Green Bay Packers – Totaled three tackles, including one tackle for loss, and one pass defended in a 42-24 loss. Barwin has started in each of the Texans’ six games this season and has posted 11 tackles and two passes defended.

WR Armon Binns (Cincinnati Bengals) 10/14/12 at Cleveland Browns – Started at wide receiver and caught two passes for 12 yards in a 34-24 loss. Binns has played in all six games this season, including five starts, and has caught 18 passes for 210 yards and one touchdown.

TE Brent Celek (Philadelphia Eagles) 10/14/12 vs. Detroit Lions – Started at tight end and recorded four receptions for 33 yards in a 26-23 OT loss. Celek has started in all six of the Eagles’ games this season and has 357 receiving yards and one touchdown.

DE Trent Cole (Philadelphia Eagles) 10/14/12 vs. Detroit Lions – Started at defensive end and totaled one quarterback hurry in a 26-23 OT loss. Cole has started all six games this season and has totaled nine tackles and 1.5 sacks.

WR Mardy Gilyard (Philadelphia Eagles) 10/14/12 vs. Detroit Lions – Returned two punts for 15 yards and recorded one special teams tackle in a 26-23 OT loss. Gilyard has played in five games this season and has returned two punts for 15 yards and has totaled five special teams tackles.

P Kevin Huber (Cincinnati Bengals) 10/14/12 at Cleveland Browns – Punted seven times for 354 yards, with a 50.6-yard average, a net average of 36.3 yards, a season long of 65 yards and pinned two punts inside the 20-yard line in a 34-24 loss. Huber has played in all six games this season and has punted 27 times for a 45-yard average and placed 13 punts inside the 20-yard line.

DT John Hughes (Cleveland Browns) 10/14/12 vs. Cincinnati Bengals – Made his first career start and registered two tackles in a 34-24 win. Hughes has played in each of the Browns’ six games this season and has tallied thirteen tackles and one sack.

T Jeff Linkenbach (Indianapolis Colts) 10/14/12 at New York Jets – Gained his third start of the season at left guard in a 35-9 loss. Linkenbach has seen action in all five of the Colts’ games this season.

DT Ricardo Mathews (Indianapolis Colts) 10/14/12 at New York Jets – Tallied two tackles in a 35-9 loss. Mathews has played in all five games this season and has totaled three tackles.

S Haruki Nakamura (Carolina Panthers) – Bye week. Nakamura has started in each of the Panthers’ five games this season and has totaled 24 tackles and one interception.

RB Isaiah Pead (St. Louis Rams) 10/14/12 at Miami Dolphins – Caught one pass for three yards in a 17-14 loss. Pead has played in five games this season, including one start, and has caught two passes for seven yards and returned three kicks for 61 yards.


 

 

TE Adrien Robinson (New York Giants) 10/14/12 at San Francisco 49ers – Was inactive in a 26-3 win. Robinson has seen action in two games this season.

LS Mike Windt (San Diego Chargers) 10/15/12 vs. Denver Broncos – Saw action in a 35-24 loss. Windt has started each of the six games this season.

DL Derek Wolfe (Denver Broncos) 10/15/12 at San Diego Chargers – Started at defensive end and totaled three tackles, as well as his third sack of the season, in a 35-24 win. Wolfe’s three sacks rank third among rookie defensive lineman this season. Wolfe has started each game this season for the Broncos and has totaled 17 tackles along with his three sacks.

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