List of former Longhorns who will participate in the NFL playoffs

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The NFL wrapped up another eventful regular season on Sunday.

The league battled COVID-19 all year long but found a way to make it to the postseason without any cancelations. It was also a successful year for many former Longhorns.

Justin Tucker, Quandre Diggs and Devin Duvernay were named to the 2022 Pro Bowl. D’Onta Foreman proved himself as a valuable running back while replacing Derrick Henry for the Titans and Colt McCoy picked up a few victories for his Cardinals.

The Wildcard round is now officially upon us as we are slated for six games this weekend.

Texas fans watching the playoffs will see some familiar faces on the field.

Of the 33 former Horns on active rosters, nine will participate in this year’s NFL playoffs. Five from the NFC and four from the AFC.

Take a look at a full list of Texas exes who will start their journey to the Lombardi trophy this weekend:

Cardinals: Colt McCoy

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Cardinals: Jordan Hicks

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Chiefs: Alex Okafor

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Cowboys: Connor Williams

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Eagles: Hassan Ridgeway

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49ers: Charles Omenihu

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Patriots: Adrian Phillips

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Titians: D'onta Foreman

Syndication: The Tennessean

Titians: Geoff Swaim

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