LARAMIE – Currently, nine former Wyoming Cowboys are on active NFL rosters.

Each week, we’ll look at how these former Pokes are producing in the pros.

ANDREW WINGARD – Jacksonville Jaguars
It was a happy homecoming for Denver native and former Wyoming safety, Andrew Wingard, Sunday as his Jaguars knocked off the Broncos, 26-24. He finished with one tackle in the win and now has three on the season, including a forced fumble. Dozens of supporters made the trip over to Mile High to support Jacksonville's No. 42.




CARL GRANDERSON -- New Orleans Saints
The former Wyoming defensive end, Carl Granderson, dressed in his first NFL game Sunday against the Cowboys, but failed to record any stats. The Saints knocked off Dallas, 12-10, at the Superdome.

JOSH ALLEN -- Buffalo Bills
It was a forgettable Sunday for the former Wyoming gunslinger -- literally and figuratively. Josh Allen completed 13-of-28 passes for 153 yards and three interceptions and a fumble in a 16-10 loss to the defending Super Bowl champion, New England Patriots. Allen was forced out of the game in the third quarter after taking a blow to the head.




TASHAUN GIPSON -- Houston Texans
The Texans' safety, Tashaun Gipson, made four tackles in Houston's 16-10 loss to the Panthers Sunday. The former Wyoming standout has 13 tackles and two pass breakups in three games.

MARCUS EPPS -- Minnesota Vikings
The Vikings rookie safety and former Poke, Marcus Epps, didn't register any stats in a 16-6 loss to the Chicago Bears Sunday afternoon.

BRIAN HILL -- Atlanta Falcons
The former Wyoming running back has yet to play this season.

CHASE ROULLIER -- Washington Redskins
The former Wyoming center missed the latest game with a knee injury.

MARK NZEOCHA -- San Francisco 49ers
The Niners were on a bye this week.

MIKE PURCELL -- Denver Broncos
The former Wyoming defensive tackle didn't play against Jacksonville Sunday.