How’d the departed NFC East players do with their new teams?

Player New Team What’d they do?
Kevin Kolb Cardinals 18/27, 309 yards, 2 TD 0 INT
Jerome Harrison Lions 8 carries, 27 yards
Max Jean-Gilles Bengals DNP
Brodrick Bunkley Broncos 4 tackles
Ernie Sims Colts 1 tackle
Stewart Bradley Cardinals Played, no stats
Omar Gaither Panthers 1 tackle
Quintin Mikell Rams 4 tackles, 1 FF, 1 sack
David Akers 49ers 4/4 FG (all short), 3/3 PAT
Sav Rocca Redskins 6 punts, 43.0 avg, 4 in 20, 38.5 net

Player New Team What’d they do?
Donovan McNabb Vikings 7/15, 39 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT
Clinton Portis Unemployed  
Stephon Heyer Raiders Started, got benched
Derrick Dockery Cowboys DNP
Mike Williams Unemployed  
Casey Rabach Unemployed  
Jeremy Jarmon Broncos 3 tackles, 0.5 sacks
Albert Haynesworth Patriots 2 tackles
Vonnie Holliday Cardinals 1 tackle
Phillip Daniels Unemployed  
Ma’ake Kemoeatu Unemployed  
Andre Carter Patriots 1 tackle, 1 sack
Carlos Rogers 49ers 4 tackles

Player New Team What’d they do?
Madison Hedgecock Unemployed  
Steve Smith Eagles Played, no stats
Derek Hagan Raiders Inactive Week 1
Kevin Boss Raiders DNP
Rich Seubert Unemployed  
Shaun O’Hara Unemployed  
Barry Cofield Red 2 tackles

Player New Team What’d they do?
Marion Barber Bears DNP
Roy Williams Bears 4 catches, 55 yards
Sam Hurd Bears DNP
Marc Colombo Dolphins Started at RT
Leonard Davis Unemployed  
Stephen Bowen Redskins 2 tackles, 1 sack


  1. me says:

    I thought Jarmon was released? Why is he back at Denver?

    What ever happened with Clinton and the Seattle tryout?

    1. Oof, you’re right. I read Jarmon’s stats as last game’s but those were his stats for the entire 2010 season. Oops.

  2. Rich says:

    According to Arizona beat writer, he didn’t play.!/kentsomers/status/113107156550688768

    1. Just looked it up on PFF. He played 2 snaps. Probably goal line only, which is where I saw him.

  3. Tracer Bullet says:

    How does a starting LB fail to acquire any stats, especially at home? You’d think he’d get credited with half a tackle just by falling on the pile. Did Bradley get hurt?

    1. Don’t know. Was wondering the same thing. I saw him in a pile on a Cam Newton QB sneak, so he definitely played.

  4. D3Keith says:

    As if we needed confirmation that the Redskins were heading in the right direction this offseason, look at how all the Eagles’ offseason castoffs had jobs, and most started. Half the Redskins’ discards were unemployed or DNPs.

    This is a cool feature, Jimmy. Keep it.

    And when you really get some time (i.e., never) can we get an update on Matt Ware, LaJuan Ramsey, Kevin Curtis, Ryan Moats, Lorenzo Booker, Macho Harris, Quintin Demps and any other ex-Eagle who might still be playing organized football somewhere?

    1. J D says:

      Ware was released by Arizona on September 2, 2011
      Ramsey was signed by the Hartford Colonials on June 16, 2010
      On August 26, 2011, Curtis signed with the Tennessee Titans. He was placed on injured reserve after injuring his hand prior to the regular season
      Moats was claimed off waivers by the Minnesota Vikings on June 15, 2010.[4] He was waived on August 24… now, who knows???
      On December 6, 2010 Booker was signed by the Minnesota Vikings
      On August 17, 2011, Harris signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He waived for final cuts on September 2, 2011
      Demps was signed by the Houston Texans on December 7, 2010. He has since been cut.

  5. Wilbert Montgomery says:

    Kola quietly had a very solid game. Of course, all the media talked about was Cam Newton, whose team lost. We also got an earful about Vick whose 44% completion percentage was apparently “lights out.”

    1. fiftyfourd says:

      Check out the this link. It might help explain why his completion stat does not do him justice in that game.

  6. BigBlueIntervention says:

    I’m going to go ahead and say only Kolb, Rocca, and Akers had noteworthy performances. Mikell had the sack, FF…but I saw him getting burned a few times.

    Bowen did decent. Cofield was not great.

    1. Jason-E says:

      Q had a good game. We need to remember that he’s one of two-three good players on a mediocre team.

      Seems most of the Eagles castoffs played decent, save Stew and MJG.

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