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Former Hoosiers in the NFL: Week 8 roundup

Nick Westbrook-Ikhine scored a touchdown in Indianapolis, then did an IU fist-to-blades celebration.

NFL: Tennessee Titans at Indianapolis Colts Trevor Ruszkowski-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 8. They’re listed in alphabetical order by team name.

OT Jason Spriggs, Atlanta Falcons

Spriggs didn’t see any action in the Falcons’ 19-13 loss to the Panthers, one week after he played all 63 of Atlanta’s offensive snaps.

TE Ian Thomas, Carolina Panthers

Thomas played 46 offensive snaps in the Panthers’ win, which marked the fifth consecutive week that he played at least 40 snaps on offense. He was targeted once, hauling in a 10-yard reception.

S Jamar Johnson, Denver Broncos

Johnson was inactive for the eighth week in a row.

RB Tevin Coleman, New York Jets

Coleman was sidelined for the third week in a row.

OG Dan Feeney, New York Jets

Feeney saw his first action of the season, playing one snap in the Jets’ 34-31 win over the Bengals.

RB Jordan Howard, Philadelphia Eagles

After starting running back Miles Sanders was placed on IR due to an injury, Howard was elevated from the Eagles’ practice squad and he played 16 offensive snaps, which he turned into 12 carries for 57 yards and two touchdowns in Philadelphia’s 44-6 win.

QB Nate Sudfeld, San Francisco 49ers

Sudfeld didn’t see any action in Week 8.

OT Roger Saffold, Tennessee Titans

Roger Saffold played all 73 of the Titans’ offensive snaps in their 34-31 win over the Colts, which was both his highest snap total of the season and the third time this year that he played 100 percent of the team’s offensive snaps.

WR Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, Tennessee Titans

Westbrook-Ikhine played roughly a third of the Titans’ offensive snaps and he caught two passes for 16 yards and a touchdown, which he celebrated with Saffold by doing the IU fist-to-blades celebration in Indianapolis.