Idaho connections in the NFL: Week 17 results

How players from Idaho colleges and local high schools fared on the final day of the regular season.

STATESMAN STAFFDecember 30, 2013 

Minnesota defensive end Jared Allen, center, had two sacks against Detroit on Sunday. The 10th-year pro from Idaho State finished the season with 11.5 sacks.

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• Panthers SS Quintin Mikell (Boise State) made five tackles vs. Atlanta.

• Vikings DE Jared Allen (Idaho State) had four tackles (two for loss), two sacks, two QB hurries and defended a pass vs. Detroit.

• Browns DT Billy Winn (Boise State) made four tackles (one for loss), a sack and a QB hurry vs. Pittsburgh.

• Rams WR Austin Pettis (Boise State) had two receptions for 15 yards, two punt returns for 37 yards (long of 32) and a fumble vs. Seattle. Teammate Justin Veltung (Idaho) returned three punts for 20 yards.

• Texans FS Shiloh Keo (Idaho) made three tackles and defended a pass vs. Tennessee.

• Cowboys CB Orlando Scandrick (Boise State) had three tackles (one for loss) vs. Philadelphia.

• Saints TE Josh Hill (Idaho State) had a reception for 8 yards vs. Tampa Bay.

• Bears DE Shea McClellin (Marsing High, Boise State) made two tackles vs. Green Bay.

• Bengals SS George Iloka (Boise State) defended a pass vs. Baltimore.

• Four offensive linemen started — Cardinals LG Daryn Colledge (Boise State) and 49ers LG Mike Iupati (Idaho) in the same game, Packers C Evan Dietrich-Smith (Idaho State) and Panthers LT Jordan Gross (Fruitland High).

• Jets CB Kyle Wilson (Boise State) injured his knee during the first half vs. Miami.

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