Broncos In The NFL: Week 4
Oct. 3, 2017

BOISE, Idaho - Demarcus Lawrence added yet another sack to his NFL-leading total this past Sunday, standing out among the Boise State alumni during the NFL's Week 4.

Miami Dolphins running back Jay Ajayi returned to London as the Dolphins took on New Orleans, but ran for just 46 yards as the Saints shut out Miami, 20-0.

Tampa Bay running back Doug Martin, who, entering 2017, had three games remaining on his league-mandated suspension from last season, is eligible to be activated by the Buccaneers ahead of Week 5's contest.

Entering Week 4 there were 21 former Broncos under contract with NFL clubs, with 13 on active 53-man rosters. While Martin was on Tampa Bay's suspended list during Week 4, linebacker Shea McClellin (New England Patriots), safeties Chanceller James (San Francisco 49ers) and Jeron Johnson (Jacksonville Jaguars), and defensive tackle Billy Winn (Denver Broncos) will spend the season on injured reserve after suffering season-ending injuries during the preseason. Three more Broncos, offensive lineman Travis Averill (Cleveland Browns), cornerback Donte Deayon (New York Giants), and running back Jeremy McNichols (San Francisco 49ers), are currently on the practice squads of their respective teams.

Here's how the Bronco alumni fared in Week 4:

Jay Ajayi, RB (Miami Dolphins)
Ajayi rushed for just 46 yards and caught a pass for eight yards in Miami's 20-0 loss to New Orleans Sunday in London.

Kamalei Correa, OLB (Baltimore Ravens)
Correa started at linebacker in Baltimore's 26-9 loss to Pittsburgh, making two tackles (one solo).

Tyrone Crawford, DE (Dallas Cowboys)
Crawford started at defensive end for the Cowboys Sunday, making a tackle-for-loss in Dallas' 35-30 loss to the Los Angeles Rams.

George Iloka, S (Cincinnati Bengals)
Iloka started at free safety Sunday, making a solo tackle in the Bengals' 31-7 in over Cleveland.

DeMarcus Lawrence, DE (Dallas Cowboys)
Lawrence started at defensive end in Dallas' 35-30 loss to the Los Angeles Rams, making four tackles, among them his league-leading eighth sack of the season. Lawrence also forced a fumble in the contest.

Charles Leno, Jr., OT (Chicago Bears)
Leno started at left tackle in Chicago's 35-14 loss to Green Bay Thursday night.

Kellen Moore, QB (Dallas Cowboys)
Moore served as Dallas' backup quarterback in Sunday's 35-30 loss to the Los Angeles Rams, but did not see action.

Rees Odhiambo, G (Seattle Seahawks)
Odhiambo started at left tackle for the Seahawks in their 46-18 win over Indianapolis, but suffered a chest injury during the contest which was later revealed to be a bruised sternum.

Matt Paradis - C - Denver Broncos
Paradis started at center in Denver's 16-10 win over Oakland.

Orlando Scandrick, CB (Dallas Cowboys)
Scandrick started at cornerback in Dallas' 35-30 loss to the Los Angeles Rams, making four tackles, including one for loss.

Jamar Taylor, S (Cleveland Browns)
Taylor started at cornerback Sunday and made six tackles (three solo) with a pass broken up in Cleveland's 31-7 loss to Cincinnati.

Darian Thompson, S (New York Giants)
Thompson started at free safety for the Giants Sunday, but did not record a stat in New York's 25-23 loss to Tampa Bay.

Tanner Vallejo, LB (Buffalo Bills)
Vallejo saw action in Buffalo's 23-17 victory over Atlanta Sunday.

» «