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SEC well-represented in NFL Playoffs

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SEC Staff
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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (Jan. 13, 2023)-----A total of 206 players from all 14 Southeastern Conference universities are listed on rosters of National Football League playoff teams.

Jacksonville is represented by the most former SEC players with 21 on its roster, followed by Seattle with 21 and Baltimore, Miami and Tampa Bay with 17. Each of the 14 NFL playoff teams includes at least 10 players formerly from SEC schools on the postseason roster.

The SEC led all conferences in 2022 with a total of 65 NFL Draft selections, which tied for the most in SEC history. It was the 16th consecutive year in which the SEC led all conferences in number of NFL Draft picks.

The 2022 NFL Playoffs are scheduled to begin this weekend with a pair of games on Saturday followed by three games on Sunday and one Monday.

SEC on NFL Playoff Rosters

 Baltimore Ravens

Jalyn Armour-Davis* (Alabama), Kenyan Drake (Alabama), Marlon Humphrey (Alabama), Josh Bynes* (Auburn), Jeremiah Moon (Florida), David Sharpe (Florida), Demarcus Robinson (Florida), Ben Cleveland (Georgia), Justin Houston (Georgia), Nick Moore (Georgia), Roquan Smith (Georgia), Patrick Queen (LSU), Trystan Colon (Missouri), Ja'Wuan James* (Tennessee), Kahlil McKenzie* (Tennessee), Justin Madubuike (Texas A&M)

 Buffalo Bills

Jared Mayden (Alabama), Kaiir Elam (Florida), James Cook (Georgia), Isaiah McKinzie (Georgia), Reid Ferguson (LSU), Tre'Davious White (LSU), Dawson Knox (Ole Miss), Mitch Morse (Missouri), Tyrel Dodson (Texas A&M), Von Miller* (Texas A&M)

 Cincinnati Bengals

Jonah Williams (Alabama), Brandon Allen (Arkansas), Zachary Carter (Florida), Evan McPherson (Florida), Trey Hill (Georgia), Elijah Holyfield* (Georgia), Yusuf Corker* (Kentucky), Joe Burrow (LSU), Ja'Marr Chase (LSU), La'el Collins* (LSU), Mike Hilton (Ole Miss), Ben Brown* (Ole Miss), Hayden Hurst (South Carolina), Trayveon Williams (Texas A&M), Allan George (Vanderbilt)

 Dallas Cowboys

Trevon Diggs (Alabama), Jason Peters (Arkansas), Antonio Callaway (Florida), Malik Davis (Florida), Dante Fowler Jr. (Florida), Quinton Bohanna (Kentucky), Kelvin Joseph (Kentucky), Damone Clark (LSU), Jabril Cox (LSU), Sam Williams (Ole Miss), Dontario Drummond* (Ole Miss), Dak Prescott (Mississippi State), Israel Mukuamu (South Carolina), Rico Dowdle (South Carolina), Donovan Wilson (Texas A&M)

 Jacksonville Jaguars

Calvin Ridley* (Alabama), Cam Robinson* (Alabama), Deionte Thompson* (Alabama), Montaric Brown (Arkansas), Daniel Thomas (Auburn), Seth Williams* (Auburn), Jawaan Taylor (Florida), Tyson Campbell (Georgia), Travon Walker (Georgia), Josh Allen (Kentucky), Corey Peters (Kentucky), Luke Fortner (Kentucky), K'Lavon Chaisson (LSU), Arden Key (LSU), Snoop Conner (Ole Miss), Evan Engram (Ole Miss), Logan Cooke (Mississippi State), Darryl Williams* (Mississippi State), Tyree Gillespie* (Missouri), Christian Kirk (Texas A&M), Tre Herndon (Vanderbilt)

 Kansas City Chiefs

Prince Tega Wanogho (Auburn), Carlos Dunlap (Florida), Kadarius Toney (Florida), Tommy Townsend (Florida), Mecole Hardman (Georgia), Malik Herring (Georgia), Phil Hoskins* (Kentucky), Darian Kinnard (Kentucky), Clyde Edwards-Helaire* (LSU), Jerrion Ealy* (Ole Miss), Willie Gay Jr. (Mississippi State), Chris Jones (Mississippi State), Nick Bolton (Missouri), Kendall Blanton* (Missouri), Chris Lammons (South Carolina), Trey Smith (Tennessee)

 Los Angeles Chargers

JK Scott (Alabama), Josh Harris (Auburn) Tre' McKitty (Georgia), Jamaree Salyer (Georgia), Mark Webb* (Georgia), Will Clapp (LSU), Breiden Fehoko (LSU), Deane Leonard (Ole Miss), Chase Daniel (Missouri), Larry Rountree III* (Missouri), Zack Bailey (South Carolina), Josh Palmer (Tennessee), Taylor Bertolet* (Texas A&M), Isaiah Spiller (Texas A&M)

 Miami Dolphins

Lester Cotton Sr.* (Alabama), Raekwon Davis (Alabama), Tua Tagovailoa (Alabama), Jaylen Waddle (Alabama), Trey Flowers* (Arkansas), Noah Igbinoghene (Auburn), La'Mical Perine (Florida), John Jenkins (Georgia), Channing Tindall (Georgia), Blake Ferguson (LSU), Duke Riley (LSU), Greg Little (Ole Miss), Braylon Sanders* (Ole Miss), Melvin Ingram (South Carolina), Brandon Shell (South Carolina), Trent Sherfield (Vanderbilt)

 Minnesota Vikings

Irv Smith Jr. (Alabama), Dalvin Tomlinson (Alabama), Jonathan Bullard (Florida), Lewis Cine* (Georgia), Za'Darius Smith (Kentucky), Cameron Dantzler (Mississippi State), Akayleb Evans* (Missouri), DJ Wonnum (South Carolina), Nick Muse (South Carolina), Theo Jackson (Tennessee)

 New York Giants

Landon Collins (Alabama), Xavier McKinney (Alabama), Evan Neal (Alabama), Darius Slayton (Auburn), Jarrad Davis (Florida), Lawrence Cager (Georgia), Azeez Ojulari (Georgia), Andrew Thomas (Georgia), Solomon Kindley* (Georgia), Wan'Dale Robinson* (Kentucky), Cordale Flott (LSU), Tyre Phillips (Mississippi State), Makai Polk* (Mississippi State)

 Philadelphia Eagles

Landon Dickerson (Alabama), Jalen Hurts (Alabama), Josh Jobe (Alabama), DeVonta Smith (Alabama), Jack Driscoll (Auburn), Arryn Siposs* (Auburn), C.J. Gardner-Johnson (Florida), Fred Johnson (Florida), Jordan Davis (Georgia), Nakobe Dean (Georgia), A.J. Brown (Ole Miss), Fletcher Cox (Mississippi State), Darius Slay (Mississippi State), Derek Barnett* (Tennessee)

 San Francisco 49ers

Dre Greenlaw (Arkansas), Charlie Woerner (Georgia), Tyrion Davis-Price (LSU), Danielle Hunter (LSU), Ed Ingram (LSU), Justin Jefferson (LSU), Patrick Peterson (LSU), Javon Kinlaw (South Carolina), Deebo Samuel (South Carolina), Jauan Jennings (Tennessee), Emmanuel Moseley* (Tennessee), Oren Burks (Vanderbilt), Jordan Matthews* (Vanderbilt)

 Seattle Seahawks

Carson Tinker (Alabama), Stone Forsythe (Florida), Teez Tabor (Florida), Jamal Adams* (LSU), Damien Lewis (LSU), Al Woods (LSU), D.K. Metcalf (Ole Miss), Laquon Treadwell (Ole Miss), Johnathan Abram (Mississippi State), Charles Cross (Mississippi State), Greg Eiland* (Mississippi State), Gabe Jackson (Mississippi State), Drew Lock (Missouri), Justin Coleman (Tennessee), Darrell Taylor (Tennessee), A.J. Johnson* (Tennessee), Cullen Gillaspia* (Texas A&M)

 Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Julio Jones (Alabama), K.J. Britt (Auburn), Carlton Davis (Auburn), Jamel Dean (Auburn), Keanu Neal (Florida), Kyle Trask (Florida), Jake Camarda (Georgia), Mike Edwards (Kentucky), Leonard Fournette (LSU), Russell Gage (LSU), Devin White (LSU), Blaine Gabbart (Missouri), Ryan Succop (South Carolina), Mike Evans (Texas A&M), Ke'Shawn Vaughn (Vanderbilt), Justin Skule* (Vanderbilt)

*Injured list, practice squad or other