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Final regular-season stats for Noles in NFL

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Below are stats for FSU players who played in the NFL in the 2020 season or finished the season on a practice squad. Some players who opted out prior to the year or missed a season due to injury (Derwin James, for example) are not listed.

Roberto Aguayo (Patriots): Practice squad

Cam Akers (Rams): 145 carries, 625 yards, two touchdowns plus 11 catches for 123 yards and one touchdown.

Terrence Brooks (Patriots): 23 tackles

Brian Burns (Panthers): 58 tackles, nine sacks

Demarcus Christmas (Steelers): Practice squad

Dalvin Cook (Vikings): 1,557 rushing yards, 16 touchdowns and a 5.0 yard per carry average. He also had 44 receptions for 361 yards and a TD.

Ronald Darby (Washington football team): 55 tackles

Mario Edwards Jr. (Bears): 17 tackles

Cameron Erving (Cowboys): Injured reserve

Devonta Freeman (Giants): 54 rushes, 172 yards, 1 TD and 10 catches, 58 yards

Graham Gano (Giants): 31 of 32 on field-goal attempts, 5 of 6 from 50-plus yards. Gano was perfect from 49 yards or less

Bobby Hart (Bengals): 14 games

Dustin Hopkins (Washington Football Team): 27 of 34 on field-goal attempts, missing just one from 39 or fewer yards.

Rodney Hudson (Raiders): 16 games, all starts

Ryan Izzo (Patriots): 13 catches, 199 yards on injured reserve

Roderick Johnson (Texans): 12 games, three starts

Christian Jones (Lions): 57 tackles

Fredrick Jones (Lions): No stats, practice squad

Lamarcus Joyner (Raiders): 66 tackles 

Derrick Kelly (Saints): Six games

Rick Leonard (Washington Football Team): Practice squad

Trey Marshall (Broncos): Six tackles 

Gabe Nabers (Chargers): Seven receptions for 25 yards, 2 TDs and two carries for seven yards

Derrick Nnadi (Chiefs): 47 tackles 

Jacques Patrick (Bengals): Practice squad 

Jalen Ramsey (Rams): 44 tackles, one interception 

Xavier Rhodes (Colts): 42 tackles

Stanford Samuels III (Packers): Practice squad

Terrance Smith (Cardinals): Two tackles 

Josh Sweat (Eagles): 38 tackles, six sacks

Auden Tate (Bengals): 14 catches, 150 yards, injured reserve 

Chris Thompson (Jaguars): Seven rushes, 20 yards and 20 receptions, 146 yards, 1 TD

DeMarcus Walker (Broncos): 17 tackles, 4.5 sacks

Vince Williams (Steelers): 68 tackles, three sacks

P.J. Williams (Saints): 40 tackles, one interception

Jameis Winston (Saints): Played in three games, 7 of 11 passing for 75 yards, 0 TDs, 0 INTs

Playoff schedule

Saturday, Jan. 9

  • AFC No. 7 seed Indianapolis Colts at AFC No. 2 seed Buffalo Bills, 1:05 p.m. ET (CBS)
  • NFC No. 6 seed Los Angeles Rams at NFC No. 3 seed Seattle Seahawks, 4:40 p.m. ET (FOX)
  • NFC No. 5 seed Tampa Bay Buccaneers at NFC No. 4 seed Washington, 8:15 p.m. ET (NBC)

Sunday, Jan. 10

  • AFC No. 5 seed Baltimore Ravens at AFC No. 4 seed Tennessee Titans, 1:05 p.m. ET (ABC, ESPN)
  • NFC No. 7 seed Chicago Bears at NFC No. 2 seed New Orleans Saints, 4:40 p.m. ET (CBS, Nick, Amazon Prime Video)
  • AFC No. 6 seed Cleveland Browns at AFC No. 3 seed Pittsburgh Steelers, 8:15 p.m. ET (NBC, Telemundo, Peacock)

Kansas City and Green Bay clinched the No. 1 seeds in their respective conferences and a bye

The Divisional Playoffs schedule will be announced once all wild card games have been played.