Which ProDucks, ProBeavs, and ProWolves are still in the NFL playoffs?
After an NFL Wild Card weekend, the state of Oregon is still represented on each of the eight teams still standing in the NFL postseason. In fact, there are 17 total players: eight from the Oregon Ducks, eight from the Oregon State Beavers, and one from Western Oregon University still suiting up this NFL season.
Scroll through to find out which ProDucks, ProBeavs, and ProWolves are represented on each NFL team:
Colts, Chiefs, Cowboys, Rams, Chargers, Patriots, Eagles, and Saints…
Josh Andrews, Center, Oregon State University (2009-2013)
Andrews had 32 starts at left guard for the Beavers during the 2009-2013 era. He signed with the Philadelphia Eagles as an undrafted free agent in 2014, fell to the practice squad to the Minnesota Vikings, back to the Eagles, and now with the Indianapolis Colts, where he has seen game time in three games.
Kansas City Chiefs
Steven Nelson, CB, Oregon State (2013-2014)
Nelson was selected in the third round (98th overall) by the Chiefs in 2015. The four-year player has 58 tackles and four interceptions for the Chiefs this season.
De’Anthony Thomas, WR, Oregon (2011-2013)
Thomas was electric no doubt in his college career. After being selected in the fourth round (124th overall) in the 2014 NFL draft, Thomas yet again showed off his speed on special teams with the Chiefs. Before suffering a season-ending injury this year, Thomas recorded three catches for 29 yards and one touchdown.
Treston Decound, CB, Oregon State (2015-2016)
Drafted by the Houston Texans in the fifth round (169th overall) in the 2017 NFL Draft. Played in 10 games for the Texans before being waived on September 1st, 2018 and then signed to the Dallas Cowboys practice squad.
The NW Mississippi Community College JUCO prospect spent two seasons with the Oregon State Beavers.
Los Angeles Rams
Brandin Cooks, WR, Oregon State (2011-2013)
The 5-10, 183-pound speedy and shift wide receiver has seen time and production on each of his teams. After being selected in the first round (20th overall) by the New Orleans Saints in 2014, Cooks was traded to New England in March, and then traded to the Rams on April 5th, 2018. This season with the Rams, Cooks has 80 receptions for 1,204 total yards and five touchdowns.
Johnny Hekker, P, Oregon State (2008-2010)
The seven-year veteran is averaging 46.33 yards per punt with the Rams.
Troy Hill, CB, Oregon (2010-2014)
Originally signed with the Cincinnati Bengals as an undrafted free agent in 2015; signed to the New England practice squad and then released in 2015, before being acquired by the Rams in 2016. Hill has recorded 29 tackles and two interceptions with the Rams this season.
Sean Mannion, QB, Oregon State (2010-2014)
Selected by the Rams in the third round (89th overall) in the 2015 NFL draft. Has played in seven games in his first three seasons in the NFL.
Johnny Mundt, TE, Oregon (2013-2016)
Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent in 2015 to the Rams. Caught one pass for five yards in week 17 vs. the San Francisco 49ers.
Los Angeles Chargers
Tyrell Williams, WR, Western Oregon University (2011-2014)
A starter and stud for QB Phillip Rivers and the Chargers offense. Williams appeared in all 16 games of the 2017 season. This season, Williams has 41 catches for 653 yards and five touchdowns.
Arrion Springs, CB, Oregon (2014-2017)
Started with the Kansas City Chiefs but picked up to the Los Angeles Chargers practice squad.
New England Patriots
Patrick Chung, S, Oregon (2004-2008)
Finished his college career at Oregon as the fourth-leading tackler for the Ducks (384). Drafted and played for New England from 2009-2012, Philadelphia in 2013, before ending back up in New England from 2014 - until present. The 10-year veteran and now co-captain for the New England Patriots, Chung is still wreaking havoc on passing games and this season has recorded 52 tackles, 0.5 sacks, and one interception.
Haloti Ngata, DT, Oregon (2002-2005)
The 13-year veteran was originally drafted 12th overall by the Baltimore Ravens in the 2006 NFL Draft. He is a five-time Pro Bowler, five-time All-Pro selection, and Super Bowl Champion. Played with the Ravens from 2006-2014 before being traded to the Lions in 2015, and then to the Eagles in 2018. This season, Ngata has 11 tackles, one sack, and one forced fumble.
Isaac Seumalo, OL, Oregon State (2012-2015)
Seumalo has played in 13 games for the Eagles this season and started in nine. Selected in the third round of the 2016 NFL draft by the Eagles.
D.J. Alexander, LB, Oregon State (2011-2014)
Claimed off waivers by the Eagles from Kansas City, Alexander was a Pro Bowl selection following the 2016 season for his special teams play with K.C. Alexander was then traded to Seattle before being picked up to Philadelphia. In his three seasons, Alexander has 31 special teams tackles in 44 games.
New Orleans Saints
Max Unger, C, Oregon (2004-2008)
The 10-year veteran has played and started in 16 games for the Saints this season. Originally a second-round draft pick by the Seattle Seahawks in 2009, Unger was then acquired via an offseason trade to the Saints in 2015.
Henry Mondeaux, DT, Oregon (2014-2017)
The rookie was assigned to the Saints practice squad this season.