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Former Hoosiers in the NFL: Week 4 roundup

Tevin Coleman had 31 total yards on six touches in the Jets’ first win of the season

NFL: Tennessee Titans at New York Jets Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports

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 4. They’re listed in alphabetical order by team name.

OT Jason Spriggs, Atlanta Falcons

Spriggs didn’t play in the Falcons’ 34-30 loss to the Washington Football Team.

TE Ian Thomas, Carolina Panthers

Thomas played 44 snaps on offense in the Panthers’ 36-28 loss to the Cowboys. He caught all three times he was targeted for 15 yards.

OG Brandon Knight, Dallas Cowboys

Knight didn’t play in the Cowboys’ win after seeing his first action of the season in Week 3.

S Jamar Johnson, Denver Broncos

Johnson was inactive for the fourth week in a row.

RB Tevin Coleman, New York Jets

After being sidelined with an illness in Week 3, Coleman played 11 snaps in the Jets’ first win of the season and he had four rushes for 14 yards, along with a pair of catches for 17 yards.

OG Dan Feeney, New York Jets

Feeney didn’t play for the fourth week in a row.

QB Nate Sudfeld, San Francisco 49ers

Sudfeld didn’t see any action in Week 4.

OT Roger Saffold, Tennessee Titans

Saffold played just 57 snaps, or 57 percent of offensive snaps, in the Titans’ 27-24 overtime loss to the Jets after playing 97 percent of the team’s snaps in Week 3.

WR Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, Tennessee Titans

With A.J. Brown and Julio Jones out, Westbrook-Ikhine played 81 snaps on offense – the most of any of the team’s wide receivers. However, his eight targets resulted in just three catches for 29 yards in the Titans’ loss.