Here is a look at how former University of Alabama football players fared in the National Football League wild-card playoffs last week:

Anthony Averett, Baltimore Ravens cornerback, played vs. LA Chargers

Bradley Bozeman, Baltimore Ravens center, played vs. LA Chargers

Amari Cooper, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver, 7 receptions for 106 yards vs. Seattle

D.J. Fluker, Seattle Seahawks guard, started vs. Dallas

Marlon Humphrey, Baltimore Ravens cornerback, 1 tackle vs. LA Chargers

Eddie Jackson, Chicago Bears safety, did not play vs. Philadelphia

Kareem Jackson, Houston Texans cornerback/safety, 4 tackles vs. Indianapolis

Cyrus Jones, Baltimore Ravens cornerback, played vs. LA Chargers

Ryan Kelly, Indianapolis Colts center, started vs. Houston

C.J. Mosley, Baltimore Ravens linebacker, 12 tackles, 1 fumble recovery vs. LA Chargers

Jarran Reed, Seattle Seahawks defensive tackle, 4 tackles, 1 QB hurry vs. Dallas

Bo Scarbrough, Seattle Seahawks running back, did not play vs. Dallas (not active)

Damion Square, Los Angeles Chargers nose tackle, 1 tackle vs. Baltimore

Chance Warmack, Philadelphia Eagles guard, did not play (not active)

Tim Williams, Baltimore Ravens linebacker, did not play (not active)