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Brandon Aiyuk hurdles, other ASU alums appear for NFL teams in Week 4

San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk (11) jumps past Philadelphia Eagles safety Marcus Epps (22) to score a touchdown during the first half of an NFL football game in Santa Clara, Calif., Sunday, Oct. 4, 2020. (AP Photo/Tony Avelar)

Arizona State has 14 players in the league with six active for Week 4. San Francisco 49ers rookie Brandon Aiyuk was the one who stood out this week.

Brandon Aiyuk

Aiyuk wowed Sunday Night Football voice Al Michaels with his 38-yard rushing touchdown. Aiyuk broke tackles left and right and eventually hurdled his way into the end zone. Aiyuk now has two touchdowns on the season and nine receptions for a total of 109 yards.

N’Keal Harry

The New England Patriots receiver had three receptions for 21 total yards, including one diving touchdown reception on Monday against the Kansas City Chiefs. Harry is becoming a trustworthy receiver for the Pats in his second season.

Lawrence Guy

The Patriots defensive tackle had three tackles on Monday to add to a total of 14 on the season. He has been a consistent force throughout these past four weeks and has 14 tackles on the year.

Matt Haack

Haack had one solid 51-yard punt on Sunday in the Miami Dolphins’ loss to the Seattle Seahawks.

Zane Gonzalez

Gonzalez made all three extra point attempts but was not given an opportunity for a field goal try on Sunday as his Arizona Cardinals fell, 31-21, to the Carolina Panthers. Gonzalez is now 11-for-12 on extra points on the season.

Kalen Ballage

The New York Jets have released the running back this week after he did not appear Thursday against the Denver Broncos. He hits free agency because Jets veteran Le’Veon Bell is prepared to return against the Cardinals. Ballage carried it three times in three games with New York.

Jamil Douglas

The Tennessee Titans postponed Sunday’s game due to the COVID-19 outbreak within the team. Douglas has been on special teams duties mostly.

Other ASU products in the NFL

COVID 19 reserve list: Titans TE Tommy Hudson — Hudson, a rookie tight end, was one of the original players who contracted the virus in the onset of the Titans outbreak. He was suspended six games this week for performance enhancing drugs.

Not active: Seahawks DB Damarious Randall, Cardinals RB Eno Benjamin

Practice squads: Broncos OT Quinn Bailey, Rams OL Cohl Cabral

Injured reserve: Cardinals RB D.J. Foster, Bengals DT Renell Wren

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