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Former Patriots Players in the NFL Playoffs Divisional Round



Baltimore Ravens linebacker Kyle Van Noy, formerly of the New England Patriots, (50) in action during the second half of an NFL football game against the Los Angeles Rams, Sunday, Dec. 10, 2023, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Terrance Williams)

While the New England Patriots season is long over, several of their former players are still vying for the Lombardi Trophy. As the NFL Playoffs head into the Divisional Round this weekend, and look at the former Patriots players on the rosters of the eight remaining teams.

AFC Playoffs

No. 1 – Baltimore Ravens (13-4)

WR Nelson Agholor – Finished the season with 35 receptions, 381 yards, and four touchdowns. This is fairly consistent with Agholor’s two seasons with the Patriots (2021-2022).

QB Malik Cunningham – Leaving New England to join Baltimore caused quite a stir, but Cunningham appeared in only one game for the Ravens, recording no offensive stats.

LB Kyle Van Noy – A Super Bowl champ in his two stints with the Patriots, KVN remained a free agent until signing with Baltimore on Sep. 26. He ended up becoming a key player for the Ravens, recording 9.0 sacks in 14 games.

TE/WR Scotty Washington – After signing with the practice squad on Nov. 21, Washington did not appear in any games.

No. 2 – Buffalo Bills (11-6)

RB Damien Harris – Harris had 110 yards from scrimmage and a touchdown in six games before suffering a season-ending neck injury.

No. 3 – Kansas City Chiefs (11-6)

OG Joe Thuney – The three-time Super Bowl champion started all 17 games this season. He was named to his second straight Pro Bowl and was voted first team All-Pro.

No. 4 – Houston Texans (10-7)

TE Dalton Keene – Practice squad member appeared in one game this season, his first since 2020.

OG Shaq Mason – Played all 1,131 offensive snaps for the Texans in the regular season and started in their Wild Card win over the Cleveland Browns.


No. 1 – San Francisco 49ers (12-5)

CB Logan Ryan – Signed with San Francisco on Dec. 5, 2023. Played in their final five games, recording 13 tackles.

CB Terrance Mitchell – Started the 2022 season on the Patriots practice squad before joining the Titans. Spent this season on IR with the 49ers before reaching an injury settlement and signing back with their practice squad on Jan. 10, 2024.

No. 3 – Detroit Lions (12-5)

None, but former Patriots DL Ray Agnew is the Lions assistant general manager.

No. 4 – Tampa Bay Buccaneers (9-8)

WR Raleigh Webb – Signed with their practice squad on Nov. 22, 2023. Has yet to appear in a game for Tampa Bay.

No. 7 – Green Bay Packers (9-8)

RB Patrick Taylor – Joined the New England Patriots practice squad this season before returning back to Green Bay. Had 141 rushing yards this season.

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