PFL Alumni in the NFL Report: Week 5 Edition

Thursday, October 15, 2020
by Cody Bush, PFL Media Relations

Four of the five Pioneer Football League alumni active in the National Football League saw action during the NFL's Week 5. Here's a quick look at their work this season:

Donald Parham Jr., Tight End, Los Angeles Chargers (Stetson)
Parham was on the field for 14 plays, targeted at receiver once and appeared on seven special teams snaps in the Chargers' Week 5 overtime loss at New Orleans. He has one reception for a 19-yard touchdown this season.

Adam Trautman, Tight End, New Orleans Saints (Dayton)
Trautman was on New Orleans' active roster and started in its Week 5 overtime win against the Los Angeles Chargers and saw action on 26 snaps. He has three receptions for 34 yards in 2020.

Ross Dwelley, Tight End, San Francisco 49ers (San Diego)
Dwelley returned to mainly special teams duties (12 snaps) in San Francisco's loss to Miami. He has five receptions for 54 yards this season and been on the field for 122 offensive snaps.

Jamal Agnew, Wide Receiver, Detroit Lions (San Diego)
Agnew and the Lions took their off week during Week 5. Agnew has been the Lions swiss-army knife, with four receptions, a rush, seven kick returns (192 yards) and two punt returns this season.

Jason Myers, Kicker, Seattle Seahawks (Marist)
Myers was perfect on each of his three PATs and was not called on to kick a field goal in Seattle's 27-26 come-from-behind win against Minnesota. He's now 21-of-21 on PATs and 2-of-2 on field goals this season.

The following PFL alumni were listed on an NFL roster in Week 5: 

  • Donald Payne, Linebacker, Washington Football Team (Stetson) [Practice Squad]