Here is how NFL players from Idaho colleges and high schools fared during Week 10 of the 2015 NFL season:
▪ Arizona LG Mike Iupati (No. 76, Idaho) started but was taken off the field in an ambulance after a collision while making a block against Seattle. The team said he injured his neck but had feeling and movement in his extremities when he left CenturyLink Field.
▪ Carolina DE Jared Allen (No. 69, Idaho State) started and had two tackles at Tennessee.
▪ Chicago ILB Shea McClellin (No. 50, Marsing High/Boise State) had a team-high eight tackles (six solo), along with a forced fumble and fumble recovery, at St. Louis. LT Charles Leno Jr. (No. 72, Boise State) started.
▪ Denver C Matt Paradis (No. 61, Council High/Boise State) started against Kansas City.
▪ Miami RB Jay Ajayi (No. 23, Boise State) had a team-high 48 rushing yards on six carries at Philadelphia. CB Jamar Taylor (No. 22, Boise State) made three tackles and broke up a pass.
▪ New Orleans CB Kyle Wilson (No. 24, Boise State) had four tackles and broke up a pass at Washington. TE Josh Hill (No. 89, Blackfoot High/Idaho State) made two special-teams tackles. Redskins S Jeron Johnson (No. 20, Boise State) also played, but did not start as expected.
▪ Oakland DE Benson Mayowa (No. 95, Idaho) made a tackle against Minnesota. LB Korey Toomer (No. 54, Idaho) also played.
▪ Tampa Bay RB Doug Martin (No. 22, Boise State) had a team-high 63 rushing yards on 18 attempts and four receptions for 40 yards against Dallas. C Evan Smith (No. 62, Idaho State) made his first start since Week 2. Cowboys DT Tyrone Crawford (No. 98, Boise State) started and had five tackles, including a sack. DE DeMarcus Lawrence (No. 90, Boise State) had three tackles and a sack.