With the first round of the 2012 NFL postseason in the books, the University of Miami leads all schools with 15 players on divisional-round rosters.
Miami is the only school boasting a double-digit total of former players in the divisional round. Trailing the Hurricanes are Oregon and Wisconsin, each with nine. Six other schools are tied for fourth with eight players each.
|SATURDAY, JANUARY 12|
|BALTIMORE RAVENS AT DENVER BRONCOS (4:30 p.m. ET, CBS)|
|BALTIMORE (3)||DENVER (2)|
|Ed Reed||Orlando Franklin|
|Ray Lewis||DJ Williams|
|GREEN BAY PACKERS AT SAN FRANCISCO 49ers (8 p.m. ET, FOX)|
|GREEN BAY (1)||SAN FRANCISCO (2)|
|Sam Shields||Frank Gore|
|SUNDAY, JANUARY 13|
|SEATTLE SEAHAWKS AT ATLANTA FALCONS (1 p.m. ET, FOX)|
|SEATTLE (0)||ATLANTA (2)|
|HOUSTON TEXANS AT NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (4:30 p.m. ET, CBS)|
|HOUSTON (4)||NEW ENGLAND (1)|
|Brandon Harris||Vince Wilfork|
Five #ProCanes are currently on the injured list and not on an active NFL playoff roster: Willis McGahee (Denver), Rashad Butler (Houston), Damien Berry (Baltimore) and Tommy Streeter (Baltimore).