Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Broncos in the NFL--Week 4

Here's a look at how former Broncos did this weekend:

Jay Ajayi, running back of the Miami Dolphins, had six carries for 33 yards and two receptions for 15 yards in loss to the Bengals.

Ryan Clady, tackle of the New York Jets, started in the loss to Seattle.

Kamalei Correa, linebacker for Baltimore, had no statistics in loss to the Raiders.

Tyrone Crawford, starting defensive tackle for Dallas, had four tackles, three of them solo, a sack and a tackle for loss in Cowboy win.

George Iloka, starting safety for Cincinnati, had three tackles, two of them solo, with a tackle for loss in Bengal win over Miami.

DeMarcus Lawrence, defensive end for Dallas, was suspended for the first four games.

Charles Leno, tackle for the Bears, played as Chicago shut out Detroit.

Doug Martin, running back for Tampa Bay, did not play in a loss to the Broncos.

Shea McClellin, linebacker for New England, had two tackles, one of them solo, in loss to Buffalo.

Kellen Moore, quarterback for Dallas, is on the injured reserve list and did not play.

Reed Odhiambo, the backup left guard for Seattle, helped the Hawks beat the Jets.

Matt Paradis, starting center for Denver, helped the Broncos beat Tampa Bay.

Orlando Scandrick, cornerback for Dallas, was injured and did not play.

Jamar Taylor, starting cornerback for Cleveland, had a team-leading 7 tackles, 5 of them solo, with .5 tackles for loss, an interception that he returned 29 yards and a pass deflection in loss to Washington.

Darian Thompson, reserve safety for the New York Giants, was injured and did not play.

Kyle Wilson, cornerback for New Orleans, is on injured reserve.

Billy Winn, backup defensive end with Denver, had 1 tackle, .5 tackles for loss and a fumble recovery in win over Tampa Bay.

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