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Which Former Browns Are Playing in the Postseason This Year?

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Here is a list of former Browns who made the playoffs this year:

AFC

Baltimore Ravens: FB Kiero Small (2014)**

Pittsburgh Steelers: QB Bruce Gradkowski (2008), RB Ben Tate (2014), WR Lance Moore (2005)

Indianapolis Colts: RB Trent Richardson (2013), ILB D'Qwell Jackson (2013), S Mike Adams (2011), KR Josh Cribbs (2012)

Cincinnati Bengals: QB Jason Campbell (2013), RB Cedric Peerman (2009), WR Greg Little (2013), TE Alex Smith (2012)*, ILB L.J. Fort (2012)**

New England Patriots: WR Bryan Tyms (2013), WR Jonathan Krause (2014)**, OL Caylin Hauptmann (2014)**, OLB Eric Martin (2014)**

Denver Broncos: SS T.J. Ward (2013), WR Jordan Norwood (2012)*

NFC

Arizona Cardinals: DE Frostee Rucker (2012), OLB Marcus Benard (2012), P Dave Zastudil (2010)*

Carolina Panthers: QB Derek Anderson (2009), RB Fozzy Whittaker (2013), OT Martin Wallace (2014)**, CB James Dockery (2013)*

Detroit Lions: TE Kellen Davis (2013), S Don Carey (2009), S Nate Ness (2009)**, CB Trevin Wade (2014)**

Dallas Cowboys: QB Brandon Weeden (2013), FB Tyler Clutts (2011)

Green Bay Packers: C Garth Gerhart (2012),

Seattle Seahawks: WR Chris Matthews (2011), TE Keavon Milton (2014), OL Patrick Lewis (2014)

*is currently on IR
**is currently on practice squad

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The Colts definitely have the most players who will contribute in the postseason as Richardson, Jackson, Adams, and Cribbs all play in starting roles. Tate could play a surprise role for the Steelers tonight, or he could simply be an insurance policy until Le'Veon Bell comes back. Ward is the only other starting-caliber player. The parenthesis shows the last time the player was a member of the Browns.