11 former Texas Longhorns to watch in the NFL playoffs

The Texas Longhorns are sending several players to the NFL playoffs this postseason. Among them are a couple of players new to postseason play.

Cameron Dicker will see his first postseason game for the Los Angeles Chargers. Presumably, the former Longhorns kicker would choose Philadelphia, the team that cut him, to be his Super Bowl opponent should the Chargers make a run.

After scoring his first NFL touchdown, Joseph Ossai is set to experience his first postseason as a key defensive player for Cincinnati. The Bengals made the Super Bowl last season and have all the tools to make it again.

Devin Duvernay headlines the group of injured Longhorns that may not be able to take the field.

Quandre Diggs, Jordan Hicks, Charles Omenihu and Justin Tucker figure to be the safest bets to perform at the highest level. Here’s a look at a few of the Longhorns that will play this weekend.

Justin Tucker, Ravens

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Joseph Ossai, Bengals

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Cameron Dicker, Chargers

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Connor Williams, Dolphins

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Kris Boyd, Vikings

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Jordan Hicks, Vikings

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Marcus Johnson, Giants

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Charles Omenihu, 49ers

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Quandre Diggs, Seahawks

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Poona Ford, Seahawks

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Michael Dickson, Seahawks

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Story originally appeared on Longhorns Wire