Catching up with former Patriots, Week 3

September, 25, 2013
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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 in home loss to Chiefs and plays 61 of 83 snaps, finishing with three tackles.
Season snapshot: Starts all three games and is credited with 17 tackles.

Brandon Deaderick (Jaguars)
A reserve defensive tackle, he plays 18 snaps and has one assisted tackle and one fumble recovery in road loss to Seahawks.
Season snapshot: Has played 54 total snaps; three tackles, one sack, one fumble recovery

Zoltan Mesko (Steelers)
Two punts for 59 yards in a home loss to Bears; with his second attempt a mishit 21-yard situational punt from Steelers' 48.
Season snapshot: Has punted 16 times and has a 43.3 avg. (27th in NFL) and 38.1 net (26th in NFL); zero touchbacks and one inside the 20.

Trevor Scott (Buccaneers)
Plays 14 snaps as a reserve defensive end in loss to Patriots and is credited with an assisted tackle.
Season snapshot: 45 total snaps.

Donald Thomas (Colts)
Lands on season-ending injured reserve after injuring his quadriceps in Week 2 home loss to Dolphins.
Season snapshot: Was opening-day starter at left guard and now faces long rehab.

Wes Welker (Broncos)
Totals seven receptions for 84 yards and a touchdown in home victory over Raiders; plays 51 of 76 snaps.
Season snapshot: Has played 155 of 221 offensive snaps, and has 19 catches for 190 yards and four touchdowns.

Danny Woodhead (Chargers)
Totals five carries for 31 yards, and seven catches for 55 yards in road loss to the Titans.
Season snapshot: Leads team with 17 receptions (for 108 yards), and has carried the ball 14 times for 58 yards. Has played 77 offensive snaps.

Mike Reiss

ESPN New England Patriots reporter

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