More than 30 players who played their college ball in the FCS are on NFL Conference Championship rosters — a combination of active roster, practice squad, or on reserve.
James Madison leads the way with five players, while North Dakota State has three.
Jacksonville State, Villanova, Indiana State and South Carolina State each have two players featured below.
The NFC Championship game between Tampa Bay and Green Bay starts at 2:05 p.m. CT Sunday. The AFC Championship game between Buffalo and Kansas City follows at 5:40 p.m. CT.
Harvard — TE Cameron Brate (#84)
James Madison — OL Aaron Stinnie (#64)
James Madison — OL Earl Watford (#70)
James Madison — OL Josh Wells (#72)
North Carolina Central — CB Ryan Smith (#29)
North Dakota State — OL Joe Haeg (#73)
Penn — WR Justin Watson (#17)
Wagner — OLB Cam Gill (#49)
Prairie View A&M — OLB Quinton Bell
Montana State — WR Travis Jonsen
Jacksonville State — WR Josh Pearson
Villanova — OL Brad Seaton
Eastern Kentucky — QB Tim Boyle (#8)
Indiana State — TE Dominique Dafney (#49)
Indiana State — TE Robert Tonyan (#85)
North Dakota State — OL Billy Turner (#77)
James Madison — S Raven Greene
Princeton — TE John Lovett
Lamar — WR Reggie Begelton
North Dakota State — OL Zack Johnson
Coastal Carolina — CB Josh Norman (#29)
Eastern Washington — RB Taiwan Jones (#25)
Jacksonville State — CB Siran Neal (#33)
James Madison — S Dean Marlowe (#31)
Texas State — OL Ty Nsekhe (#77)
North Carolina A&T — DE Darryl Johnson (#92)
The Citadel — WR Andre Roberts (#18)
Weber State — CB Taron Johnson (#24)
Kansas City Chiefs
App State — OL Daniel Kilgore (#67)
South Carolina State — CB Antonio Hamilton (#20)
Villanova — DE Tanoh Kpassagnon (#92)
Western Illinois — DT Khalen Saunders (#99)
South Carolina State — DB Alex Brown
South Dakota State — OL Bryan Witzmann
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