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Sixteen players from Alabama high schools and colleges are on the active rosters of the four teams left in the NFL playoffs after the postseason’s second weekend took 16 players with state football roots out of the running for Super Bowl LIV.

The Divisional Round brought the top two seeds in each conference to the field after their first-round byes and set the pairings for the Super Bowl semifinals.

The schedule for the NFL playoffs includes (with all times CST):

WILD-CARD

Saturday, Jan. 4

AFC

· No. 4 Houston Texans 22, No. 5 Buffalo Bills 19 (OT)

· No. 6 Tennessee Titans 20, No. 3 New England Patriots 13

Sunday, Jan. 5

NFC

· No. 6 Minnesota Vikings 26, No. 3 New Orleans Saints 20 (OT)

· No. 5 Seattle Seahawks 17, No. 4 Philadelphia Eagles 9

DIVISIONAL

Saturday, Jan. 11

NFC: No. 1 San Francisco 49ers 27, No. 6 Minnesota Vikings 10

AFC: No. 6 Tennessee Titans 28, No. 1 Baltimore Ravens 12

Sunday, Jan. 12

AFC: No. 2 Kansas City Chiefs 51, No. 4 Houston Texans 31

NFC: No. 2 Green Bay Packers 28, No. 5 Seattle Seahawks 23

CONFERENCE FINALS

Sunday, Jan. 19

AFC: No. 6 Tennessee Titans at No. 2 Kansas City Chiefs, 2:05 p.m. (CBS)

NFC: No. 2 Green Bay Packers at No. 1 San Francisco 49ers, 5:40 p.m. (FOX)

NFL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

Sunday, Feb. 2

Super Bowl LIV: NFC champion vs. AFC champion at Miami, 5:30 p.m. (FOX)

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The players from Alabama high schools and colleges on the active rosters of the remaining playoff teams include:

Green Bay Packers

· Montravius Adams, defensive lineman, Auburn

· JK Scott, punter, Alabama

· Za’Darius Smith, outside linebacker, Greenville

Kansas City Chiefs

· Tyreek Hill, wide receiver, West Alabama

· Reggie Ragland, linebacker, Bob Jones, Alabama

San Francisco 49ers

· Kwon Alexander, linebacker, Oxford

· Dee Ford, defensive end, St. Clair County, Auburn

· Jordan Matthews, wide receiver, Madison Academy

· Nick Mullens, quarterback, Spain Park

· Jaquiski Tartt, safety, Davidson, Samford

· Jimmie Ward, safety, Davidson

Tennessee Titans

· Daren Bates, linebacker, Auburn

· Khari Blasingame, fullback, Buckhorn

· Rashaan Evans, linebacker, Auburn High, Alabama

· Derrick Henry, running back, Alabama

· Ben Jones, center, Bibb County

Mark Inabinett is a sports reporter for Alabama Media Group. Follow him on Twitter at @AMarkG1.

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