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Boston College Eagles in the NFL: Week 4

Catch up with BC football alums playing in the pros

Justin Simmons had the game-clinching INT vs. the Raiders in week 4.

Anthony Castonzo: The OT continued his streak of 93 straight starts for the Colts in their 18-46 setback to the Seahawks.

Emmett Cleary: The former Eagle saw limited action in the Lions win 14-7 win over the Vikings.

Kasim Edebali: The German native has played sparingly this season, but has seen some action on special teams for the Broncos.

Mark Herzlich: Was placed on season-ending IR during the NY Giants training camp.

John Johnson: The rookie safety saw an increase in defensive snaps (29) in the Rams surprising win over the Cowboys. He also recorded 4 tackles.

Luke Kuechly: This Eagle great found himself back in the Bay State during the Panthers' 33-30 win over the Patriots. Kuechly came to play with 12 tackles.

Brian Mihalik: The OT is in his second year in the league (while being one of the tallest in the league standing at 6'9") was active for the Lions' win over the Vikings.

Matt Milano: The fifth-round pick has been impressive thus far, and is slated to start this weekend due to an injured Ramon Humber. He has played almost 75% of the special teams snaps and added 4 tackles in the Bills' 23-17 win over the Atlanta Falcons.

Ifeanyi Momah: The Cardinals' TE only saw 3 snaps during their 18-15 win over the 49ers.

Kevin Pierre-Louis: The 6'0" LB did not see action for the Chiefs in their MNF win over the Redskins.

Ryan Quigley: The Vikings' Punter had 5 punts for 201 yards in their loss to Lions.

Matt Ryan: The 2016 NFL MVP had a mediocre performances completing 24-42 for 242 yards, 1 TD and 2 INTs in the Falcons' surprising loss to the Bills. He also ran for 8 yards on 1 attempt.

Justin Simmons: The Denver safety aided his teams' effort in their solid 16-10 win over the Raiders. He clinched the game with an INT and added 1 tackle. He completed the day a terrific +88.1 Pro Football Focus grade.

Simmons' INT vs. Raiders

John Wetzel: The second year guard has started three straight games for the Cardinals.