Jamel Dean

Week 5 of the NFL season saw excitement from former Auburn players in the league, including defensive back Jamel Dean intercepting his fourth career pass.

Read along to see how your favorite former Tigers performed in Week 5 of NFL action.


Miami Dolphins vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tampa Bay defensive back Jamel Dean returned to play on Sunday, and made his presence felt. The 2019 third-round pick finished with five tackles, two passes defensed and his fourth career interception. Linebacker K.J. Britt played primarily on special teams.


New York Jets vs. Atlanta Falcons

Jets linebacker Jamien Sherwood had six total tackles, four of them solo in the 27–20 loss to the Atlanta Falcons. 

Former Tiger Josh Harris is the long snapper for Atlanta. 


Green Bay Packers vs. Cincinnati Bengals

Bengals tight end C.J. Uzomah caught both of his targets for 16 yards in the 25–22 loss to the Packers. Uzomah had a long reception of nine yards.


New Orleans Saints vs. Washington Football Team

Saints defensive tackle Montravius Adams had three tackles, one tackle for loss and a batted pass in the 33–22 win over the Football Team.


Philadelphia Eagles vs. Carolina Panthers

Carolina defensive tackle had three tackles and a pass defended in the 21–18 loss to the Eagles on Sunday. Brown was in the face of Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts all game, but could not get the sack.

Eagles punter Arryn Siposs had six punts averaging 46 yards per punt, with one landing inside the 20-yard line. Siposs had a long punt of 64 yards. Offensive lineman Jack Driscoll had his second straight start on Sunday. 


Tennessee Titans vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

Defensive backs Rudy Ford and Daniel Thomas played primarily on special teams in the 37–19 loss to the Titans. Neither recorded a stat.


New England Patriots vs. Houston Texans

Defensive back Jonathan Jones had one tackle in the 25–22 win over the Texans. Jones saw an increase in playing time with fellow defensive back Jalen Mills out of the game. Former Tiger Brandon King had one tackle on special teams.


Chicago Bears vs. Las Vegas Raiders

Defensive end Angelo Blackson had one quarterback hit in the 20–9 win over Las Vegas on Sunday.

Raiders kicker Daniel Carlson made his lone field goal attempt from 31 yards out. 


Cleveland Browns vs. Los Angeles Chargers

Browns receiver Anthony Schwartz did not catch his one target in the 47–42 loss to the Chargers. Schwartz returned five kickoffs, averaging 21.8 yards per return.


San Francisco 49ers vs. Arizona Cardinals

49ers defensive end Dee Ford did not record a stat in the 17–10 loss to the Cardinals on Sunday.


Did not play in Week 4

DL Marlon Davidson, Atlanta Falcons (Inactive)

DB Noah Igbinoghene, Miami Dolphins (Inactive)

WR Darius Slayton, New York Giants (Inactive)

OL Braden Smith, Indianapolis Colts (Inactive)

RB Peyton Barber, Las Vegas Raiders (Inactive)

LB Josh Bynes, Baltimore Ravens (Inactive)

QB Jarrett Stidham, New England Patriots


Former Tigers on Practice Squads

DB Javaris Davis, Miami Dolphins

OL Mike Horton, Carolina Panthers

DB Jordyn Peters, New York Giants

OL Prince Tega Wanogho, Kansas City Chiefs

WR Seth Williams, Denver Broncos

DT Gabe Wright, Washington Football Team

RB Kerryon Johnson, San Francisco 49ers


Former Tigers on Injured Reserve

DE Carl Lawson, New York Jets 

DB Carlton Davis, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 

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