Catching up with former Patriots, Week 1

September, 11, 2013
9/11/13
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Every Wednesday during the season, we'll lead off the day with a quick recap of former New England Patriots players and their standing with new teams.

Patrick Chung (Eagles)
Starts at safety and is the only defender to play every snap in win over Redskins; finishes with seven tackles and is in coverage on a late touchdown pass.

Brandon Deaderick (Jaguars)
Plays as a reserve at defensive tackle and records one tackle in loss to Chiefs. Is on the field for 18 defensive snaps.

Zoltan Mesko (Steelers)
Seven punts for a 44.1-yard average, 35.9 net, with one inside the 20 in loss to the Titans.

Trevor Scott (Buccaneers)
Plays 15 snaps on defense and doesn't show up on the stat sheet in loss to the Jets (but produces one pressure that leads to a Geno Smith interception).

Donald Thomas (Colts)
Starts at left guard in win over the Raiders, plays all 55 snaps as Colts rush for 127 yards on 26 carries.

Wes Welker (Broncos)
Starts in the three-receiver set, plays 56 of 71 snaps and finishes with a team-high nine catches for 67 yards and two touchdowns in win over Ravens.

Danny Woodhead (Chargers)
No rushing attempts and two catches for 16 yards in loss to Texans. Plays nine of 53 snaps.

Mike Reiss

ESPN New England Patriots reporter

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