Nick Westbrook-Ikhine scored the first touchdown of his NFL career
We’re here to keep you updated on how all of the former Hoosiers in the pros performed over the weekend.
Here’s how alumni of the Indiana football program performed in the NFL in Week 3. They’re listed in alphabetical order by team name.
OT Jason Spriggs, Atlanta Falcons
Spriggs played just three snaps in Week 3 in the Falcons’ 17-14 win over the Giants after not playing in Week 2.
TE Ian Thomas, Carolina Panthers
Thomas played 37 snaps on offense in the Panthers’ 24-9 win over the Texans – 15 fewer than Week 2. He wasn’t targeted in the game.
OG Brandon Knight, Dallas Cowboys
The Cowboys will face the Eagles on Monday Night Football.
S Jamar Johnson, Denver Broncos
Johnson was inactive for the third week in a row.
RB Tevin Coleman, New York Jets
Coleman was sidelined with an illness in Week 3.
OG Dan Feeney, New York Jets
Feeney didn’t play for the third week in a row.
QB Nate Sudfeld, San Francisco 49ers
Sudfeld didn’t see any action in Week 3.
OT Roger Saffold, Tennessee Titans
Saffold played just 66 snaps in Week 3, or 97 percent, after playing just 34 snaps in Week 2. The Titans rushed for 180 yards on 4.9 yards per carry in a 25-16 win over the Colts.
WR Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, Tennessee Titans
Westbrook-Ikhine played a season-high 53 offensive snaps (86%), as fellow wide receiver A.J. Brown was sidelined early in the game with a hamstring injury after playing just eight snaps in the game. Westbrook-Ikhine shared the team lead with four targets, while he led the team in receptions (four), receiving yards (53) and he scored the first touchdown of his NFL career in the second quarter of Tennessee’s win.