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How Former Cards In The NFL Fared: Week 5

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Gregory Shamus

Gary Barnidge (TE, Cleveland Browns)

Did not record a statistic in the Browns' come-from-behind win over Tennessee.

Teddy Bridgewater (QB, Minnesota Vikings)

Missed the Vikes' Thursday night game against the Packers because of the ankle injury he suffered the previous Sunday. Will start at quarterback for Minnesota this weekend against Detroit.

Preston Brown (LB, Buffalo Bills)

Played every defensive snap for the fourth time in five games and recorded three tackles in Buffalo's win over the Lions.

Harry Douglas (WR, Atlanta Falcons)

Missed his second straight game with a foot injury. Is questionable to return to the field this weekend.

Elvis Dumervil (LB, Baltimore Ravens)

Recorded one tackle and got to the quarterback twice in Baltimore's 20-13 loss to Indianapolis. Needs just 3.5 more sacks to hit 80 for his NFL career.

William Gay (CB, Pittsburgh Steelers)

Recorded two tackles and defended two passes in Pittsburgh's 17-9 win over Jacksonville. Was singled out by head coach Mike Tomlin after practice this week for his solid play all season.

Breno Giacomini (OT, New York Jets)

Started and played nearly every snap in New York's embarrassing 31-0 loss to the Chargers.

Senorise Perry (RB, Chicago Bears)

Was credited with a tackle and a forced fumble on special teams in Chicago's 31-24 loss to the Panthers.

Bilal Powell (RB, New York Jets)

Carried twice for six yards in New York's 31-0 loss to San Diego. Has been at the center of many Jets' fans' calls for more playing time this week.

Calvin Pryor (S, New York Jets)

Recorded one tackle and tackle for loss in the Jets' blowout loss.

Greg Scruggs (DE, Seattle Seahawks)

Was on the inactive list for the Seahawks' Monday night win over Washington.

Marcus Smith (LB, Philadelphia Eagles)

Played just six snaps in Philly's 34-28 win over the Rams.

Byron Stingily (OT, Tennessee Titans)

Was on the inactive list for the Titans' loss to Cleveland.

Eric Wood (C, Buffalo Bills)

Started at center and played every snap of Buffalo's win over the Lions. Wasn't having any of a local reporter who asked whether or not the former Cardinal star might be overrated.