Cleveland Browns wide receiver Antonio Callaway continued his rookie season in a solid fashion. He’s only totaled seven receptions in his last two games, but Browns QB Baker Mayfield keeps looking his way — Callaway has 19 targets in those same two games. The wide receiver grabbed three receptions for 54 yards Sunday against the Oakland Raiders.
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Jon Bostic and defensive back Joe Haden each played well against the Baltimore Ravens, notching nine and seven tackles, respectively.
Chicago Bears tight end Trey Burton only caught two passes but finished with 86 yards and a touchdown.
Detroit Lions linebacker Jarrad Davis had his best game to date, closing with 11 tackles against the Dallas Cowboys.
Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Carlos Dunlap recorded three tackles and a sack.
New York Jets defensive back Marcus Maye finished with seven tackles.
Oakland Raiders defensive back Reggie Nelson is still in the league, and is still seeing success. He finished with three tackles and an interception, giving him the most interceptions of any active player in the NFL.
Raiders punter Johnny Townsend excelled with Florida and is doing just as well in the NFL. He punted six times last week against the Browns for an average of 44.5 yards per punt.
Washington Redskins tight end Jordan Reed had a bye but continues to be a mainstay in the league. He closed Week 3 with four receptions on seven targets and 64 yards.
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Former UF receiver and current Cleveland Brown Antonio Callaway has totaled seven receptions in the last two games. Rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield targeted him 19 times.