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Gators in the NFL Divisional Playoffs

Monday January 13, 2014Gators in the NFL Divisional Playoffs

Gainesville, Fla.

Eight former Gators were a part of the NFL Divisional Playoffs, but only five were active.


Percy Harvin of the Seattle Seahawks saw action against the Saints after playing in just one game of the regular season due to hip surgery. Harvin played the first half and led the Seahawks with three catches for 21 yards before leaving the game because of a concussion.


Six players that once wore the Orange and Blue will advance to the Conference Championships on Sunday.


Saturday, Jan. 11

Seattle Seahawks 23, New Orleans Saints 15

Percy Harvin, Seattle Saw action at WR after playing only one game in the regular season and led the Seahawks with three receptions for 21 yards. Harvin also had one carry for nine yards before leaving the game due to a concussion.


New England Patriots 43, Indianapolis Colts 22

Xavier Nixon, Indianapolis Saw action on the offensive line for the Colts.

Chris Rainey (Injured Reserve), Indianapolis

Brandon Spikes (Injured Reserve), New England


Sunday, Jan. 12

San Francisco 49ers 23, Carolina Panthers 10

Ray McDonald, San Francisco Made the start at LDT and collected three tackles, one solo, in the win over the Panthers.


Denver Broncos 24, San Diego Chargers 17

Andre Caldwell, Denver Saw action at WR and recorded one catch for 15 yards.

Jeremy Mincey, Denver Saw action at DE and had two solo tackles, with one TFL, one QB hit and a sack for a loss of eight yards.

Lerentee McCray (Injured Reserve), Denver



Conference Championships

Sunday, Jan. 19

New England Patriots at Denver Broncos, 3 p.m.

San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks, 6:30 p.m.

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