Badgers in the NFL - Week Four

Badger Nation looks at the 17-former Wisconsin Badgers that are now making a living in the professional ranks and how they performed in week three of the NFL.

Atlanta Flacons –

DL Jason Jefferson had no tackles in 24-9 loss at Carolina

LS Mike Schneck helped Jason Elam go a perfect 3-for-3 in field goals, two of which were over 40 yards in loss

Baltimore Ravens –

LB Nick Greisen not expected to play because of a thigh injury

LS Matt Katula will face off against Pittsburgh tonight

DB Jim Leonhard will face off against Pittsburgh tonight

Buffalo Bills –

WR Lee Evans caught only two passes but both went for 88 yards, including a 39-yard touchdown to Buffalo go to 4-0 for the first time in 16 years, beating St. Louis 31-14 on the road

Chicago Bears

OL Dan Buenning DNP in win over Philadelphia

Cincinnati Bengals

CB Jamar Fletcher playing in his first game with his new team, Fletcher had one solo tackle in 20-12 loss to Cleveland

Cleveland Browns –

OL Joe ThomasStarted at left tackle in win at Cincinnati, the first win for the Browns this year

Detroit Lions –

LB Alex Lewis Bye Week

Green Bay Packers –

OL Mark Tauscher starting at right tackle in 30-21 loss at Tamps Bay

Houston Texans –

TE Owen Daniels seven catches for a team-high 87 yards, with a long of 34, in a 30-27 overtime loss to Jacksonville

Indianapolis Colts –

QB Jim Sorgi Bye Week

San Diego Chargers –

WR Chris Chamberscaught two passes for 48 yards and two touchdowns in a come-from-behind win at Oakland, 28-18

Tampa Bay Buccaneers –

RB Michael Bennett saw his first action on special teams in win over the Packers

Washington Redskins –

DL Erasmus James DNP in win at Dallas

OL Casey Rabach Started at center in 26-24 win at Dallas

Badgers on Injured Reserve

Center Al Johnson with Arizona

Running Back Brian Calhoun with Detroit

Cornerback Jack Ikegwuonu with Philadelphia

Cornerback Scott Starks with Jacksonville

Badgers on Practice Squads

Defensive Tackle Nick Hayden with Carolina

WR Paul Hubbard with Cleveland

Defensive Back Roderick Rogers with Denver

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