Broncos In The NFL: Week 4
Oct. 8, 2015

BOISE, Idaho - The three NFL teams featuring Boise State alumni that entered Week 4 unbeaten stayed that way this past weekend, as the Carolina Panthers (Riche Brockel), Cincinnati Bengals (George Iloka) and Denver Broncos (Ryan Clady and Matt Paradis) all improved to 4-0.

The first touchdown for a Bronco alumnus in 2015 was scored by running back Doug Martin of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Here’s a breakdown of how the Bronco alumni fared in Week 4:

RB Jay Ajayi – Miami Dolphins
Ajayi was put on the IR-designated to return list after suffering a rib injury in Miami’s final preseason game. He will be eligible to return after Week 6.

TE/FB Richie Brockel – Carolina Panthers
Brockel saw action in Carolina’s 37-23 win at Tampa Bay as the Panthers improved to 4-0.

OT Ryan Clady – Denver Broncos
Clady is out for the 2015 season after suffering a torn ACL during OTAs in May.

DT Tyrone Crawford – Dallas Cowboys
Crawford started on the Cowboys defensive line against New Orleans as the Cowboys fell, 26-20, in overtime to the Saints.

S George Iloka – Cincinnati Bengals
Iloka started Sunday’s 28-24 win over Baltimore as the Bengals improved to 3-0. He made a pair of tackles (one solo) in the contest.

S Jeron Johnson - Washington
Johnson made a solo tackle in Washington’s 32-21 loss to the New York Giants Thursday.

DE DeMarcus Lawrence – Dallas Cowboys
Lawrence started and made five tackles (three solo) including a sack in the Cowboys’ 26-20 overtime loss to New Orleans.

OT Charles Leno – Chicago Bears
Leno started at left tackle in Chicago’s 22-20 win over Oakland.

RB Doug Martin – Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Martin started for Tampa Bay in Sunday’s 37-23 loss to Carolina, rushing 20 times for 106 yards and a touchdown, his first of the season. Martin scored from five yards out with 4:23 to go in the first half and pull Tampa Bay to within seven points of the Panthers.

LB Shea McClellin – Chicago Bears
McClellin started at linebacker for the Bears Sunday against Oakland, making five tackles (three solo) including one for loss.

QB Kellen Moore – Dallas Cowboys
Moore served as Dallas’ backup quarterback Sunday, but did not see action in the Cowboys’ 26-20 overtime loss to New Orleans.

C Matt Paradis – Denver Broncos
Paradis started at center for the Broncos in their 23-20 win over Minnesota.

CB Orlando Scandrick – Dallas Cowboys
Scandrick was placed on injured reserve last month and will miss the 2015 season after suffering a torn ACL during a preseason practice.

S Jamar Taylor – Miami Dolphins
Taylor made four solo tackles in Miami’s 27-14 loss to the New York Jets in London.

CB Kyle Wilson – New Orleans Saints
Wilson saw action in New Orleans’ 26-20 overtime win over Dallas.

DT Billy Winn – Indianapolis Colts
Winn saw action for the Colts in Sunday’s 16-13 overtime win over Jacksonville.

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