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How Former Cards Fared In The NFL: Week 1

Kevin C. Cox

Gary Barnidge (TE, Cleveland Browns)

Caught one pass for 13 yards in Cleveland's 30-27 loss to Pittsburgh. Could see more time with starting tight end Jordan Cameron now nursing a shoulder injury.

Teddy Bridgewater (QB, Minnesota Vikings)

Did not see the field as Minnesota blew out St. Louis, 34-6.

Preston Brown (LB, Buffalo Bills)

Finished second on the team in tackles with seven and also recovered a fumble in his NFL debut. Was the only Bills defensive player to play all 74 snaps in their 23-20 overtime win over Chicago.

Harry Douglas (WR, Atlanta Falcons)

Caught six passes for 69 yards in Atlanta's thrilling 37-34 overtime victory over New Orleans.

Elvis Dumervil (LB, Baltimore Ravens)

Had one assisted tackle in Baltimore's 23-16 loss to Cincinnati.

William Gay (CB, Pittsburgh Steelers)

Made two huge plays with the game on the line, and finished with three solo tackles and two passes defended in the Steelers' win over the Browns.

Breno Giacomini (OT, New York Jets)

Started at tackle in his Jets debut, and helped the team to a 19-14 win over Oakland.


Senorise Perry (RB, Chicago Bears)

Started as the Bears' deep man on kickoff returns and finished with one return for 21 yards.

Bilal Powell (RB, New York Jets)

Had one carry for four yards in New York's win over Oakland. Powell has also been the subject of trade rumors between the Jets and Baltimore this week.

Calvin Pryor (S, New York Jets)

Started for the Jets in his NFL debut, and finished with four tackles and two passes defended.

Greg Scruggs (DE, Seattle Seahawks)

Was on the inactive list for Seattle's win over Green Bay on Thursday night.

Marcus Smith (LB, Philadelphia Eagles)

Did not see the field in Philly's 34-17 win over Jacksonville, and was the subject of an interesting postgame quote from Eagles defensive coordinator Billy Davis Jr.

Byron Stingily (OT, Tennessee Titans)

Was on the inactive list for the Titans' 26-10 win over Kanas City.

Eric Wood (C, Buffalo Bills)

Started and delivered a beastly forearm shiver in Buffalo's win over Chicago. He's also very sorry about your ruined survivor pool.