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Bulls in the Pros: Divisional Rounds

Four former Bulls are still alive in the race for a ring.

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Only three games remain in the NFL season and as it stands now, when all is said and done, one former USF player will have a shiny Super Bowl ring.

Which one will it be? Well, only time will tell. For now though, let’s see how they’ve fared so far in the 2019/2020 Playoffs.

Marquez Valdes-Scantling, WR- Green Bay Packers

Valdes-Scantling caught one ball in the first half for eight yards. He was held quiet in the rest of the game, only seeing five total snaps in the Packers narrow win over the Seahwaks.

MVS will see the field today at 6:40 p.m. ET when Green Bay takes on the 49ers in the NFC Championship Game.

Austin Reiter. C- Kansas City Chiefs

Reiter played every offensive snap in a wild blowout of the Houston Texans, anchoring an offensive line that helped the Chiefs offense explode for 51 points in three quarters. Thanks to Reiter and the rest of the line, Patrick Mahomes was able to throw for 321 yards and five touchdowns. The Chiefs were also able to add 118 yards and two touchdowns through the ground on just 21 carries.

Reiter and the Chiefs will be back in action Sunday afternoon at 3:05 p.m. They’ll have to get past the surging Derrick Henry’s.... I mean Tennessee Titans... to make it to the Super Bowl.

Nigel Harris, LB- Tennessee Titans

Last time we heard from Harris, he was cut after seeing one game on the Titans active roster. But the day after Christmas he was re-signed to the team’s practice squad. He’s not expected to play in the playoffs, but he’ll still be a Super Bowl champion in our book if it comes to that.

Kofi Amichia, OL- San Francisco 49ers

Amichia has been a member of the 49ers practice squad since December 11. He’s been tasked with helping sharpen the Niners’ elite defense for a Super Bowl run.