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February 5, 2013
Catching up with USC's NFL alumni
(Note: The NFL does not recognize playoff statistics in a player's season statistics)
Emanuel Cook, S, Baltimore
On injured reserve. Did not play this season after breaking his leg in the preseason. Will receive a ring after Baltimore beat San Francisco 34-31 in Super Bowl XLVII.
Chris Culliver, CB, San Francisco
Had four tackles in a 34-31 loss to Baltimore in Super Bowl XLVII. Had 47 tackles, two interceptions, one forced fumble and 15 defended passes in 16 games for the season.
John Abraham, DE, Atlanta
Had 35 tackles, 10 sacks, seven defended passes and six forced fumbles in 16 games for the season.
Antonio Allen, S, New York Jets
Had six tackles, one sack and one recovered fumble in seven games for the season.
Jasper Brinkley, LB, Minnesota
Had 97 tackles, two defended passes and three forced fumbles in 16 games for the season.
Sheldon Brown, CB, Cleveland
Had 59 tackles, one sack, nine defended passes, three interceptions, one forced fumble and one touchdown in 15 games for the season.
Jared Cook, TE, Tennessee
Had 44 catches for 523 yards and four touchdowns in 13 games for the season. Missed two games with a rotator cuff injury.
Patrick DiMarco, FB, Kansas City
Had no statistics in five games for the season.
Clifton Geathers, DE, Indianapolis
Had five tackles and one sack in nine games for the season.
Stephon Gilmore, CB, Buffalo
Had 61 tackles, 16 defended passes, three forced fumbles and one interception in 16 games for the season.
Tori Gurley, WR, Baltimore
Signed a 2013 reserve/future contract with Baltimore. Will not be on the practice squad or roster for this year's playoffs. Did not play this season after being signed and released from the practice squads of Minnesota, Oakland, Tampa Bay and San Diego.
Melvin Ingram, LB, San Diego
Had 41 tackles, one sack, five defended passes and one forced fumble in 16 games for the season.
Lemuel Jeanpierre, OL, Seattle
Played in 15 games for the season.
Alshon Jeffery, WR, Chicago
Had 24 catches for 367 yards and three touchdowns in 10 games for the season. Missed six games with wrist and knee injuries.
Johnathan Joseph, CB, Houston
Had 57 tackles, 11 defended passes, two interceptions and one touchdown in 14 games for the season.
Cliff Matthews, DE, Atlanta
Had six tackles in 10 games for the season.
Jamon Meredith, OL, Tampa Bay
Played in 14 games with 12 starts for the season.
Captain Munnerlyn, CB, Carolina
Had 61 tackles, nine defended passes, two interceptions and two touchdowns, plus one kickoff return for 17 yards and 14 punt returns for 72 yards, in 16 games for the season.
Sidney Rice, WR, Seattle
Had 50 catches for 748 yards and seven touchdowns, two rushes for 6 yards and is 1-for-2 passing for 25 yards in 16 games for the season.
Travian Robertson, DT, Atlanta
Had two tackles in seven games for the season.
Dunta Robinson, CB, Atlanta
Had 80 tackles, 1.5 sacks, six defended passes, a forced fumble and an interception in 16 games for the season.
Darian Stewart, S, St. Louis
Had nine tackles in 12 games for the season.
Ryan Succop, PK, Kansas City
Was 28-for-34 on field goals, 17-for-17 on PATs and had an average of 64.1 yards on 58 kickoffs in 16 games for the season.
Rokevious Watkins, OL, St. Louis
Played in one game for the season. Missed 13 games with an ankle injury.
Travelle Wharton, OL, Cincinnati
Did not play this season after tearing his ACL in the preseason.
SUPER BOWL GAMECOCKS
A listing of all of the other Gamecocks who have gone to professional football's biggest game (bold means they were on the winning team, listed year is the date of the actual game). These are according to NFL historical rosters, which only lists a player if he got into at least one game during the season (practice squads weren't taken into account).
Robert Brooks (Green Bay, 1997, 1998)
Sheldon Brown (Philadelphia, 2005)
Bobby Bryant (Minnesota, 1970, 1974, 1975, 1977)
Emanuel Cook (Baltimore, 2013)
Steve Courson (Pittsburgh, 1979, 1980)
Terry Cousin (Carolina, 2004)
Chris Culliver (San Francisco, 2013)
Brad Edwards (Washington, 1992)
Harold Green (Atlanta, 1999)
Ira Hillary (Cincinnati, 1989)
Jamar Nesbit (New Orleans, 2010)
Chris Norman (Denver, 1987)
Dan Reeves (Dallas, 1971, 1972)
*Note: Reeves was also the head coach in four Super Bowls. He took Denver in 1987, 1988 and 1990 and Atlanta in 1999 but never won.
George Rogers (Washington, 1988)
Max Runager (Philadelphia, 1981; San Francisco, 1985)
Jay Saldi (Dallas, 1978, 1979)
Duce Staley (Pittsburgh, 2006)
Rod Wilson (Chicago, 2007)
Anthony Wright (New York Giants, 2008)
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