Four NFL players with connections to Montana will be participating in the NFL Playoffs this postseason. What a tremendous accomplishment to these men and their teams to reach this goal, plus theystill have an opportunity to work toward that covenanted Lombardi Trophy!

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1. Brock Coyle - Linebacker for the Seattle Seahawks

Coyle started 2 games and got playing time in 15 regular season games this season for the Seahawks. Coyle is used primarily on special teams but if the Seahawks battle any injury among linebackers during the post season expect to see Coyle jump into the action.

2. Brock Osweiler - Quarterback for the Denver Broncos

Osweiler has a lot of fans from Montana specifically the Flathead, because he was a stud when playing at Kalispell Flathead High School. Osweiler completed just 4 out of 10 passes during the regular season, but playing behind one of the best to ever play the game (Peyton Manning) means you're not going to get many opportunities.

3. Colt Anderson - Free Safety for the Indianapolis Colts

Anderson is a fan favorite from Butte, and played for our University of Montana Grizzlies. Anderson played in 15 regular season games this season recording 13 tackles and a fumble recovery.

4. Dwan Edwards - Defensive tackle for the Carolina Panthers

The enormous six foot three inch, three hundred and five pound Edwards comes from the little town of Columbus, MT. Edwards recorded 24 solo tackles and assisted with 16 more this season.

 

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