Former Kentucky Wildcats in the NFL/NBA

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Dec 16 2012; Baltimore, MD, USA; Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning (18) and running back Ronnie Hillman (21) and tight end Jacob Tamme (84) and head coach John Fox during a moment of silence for the victims of Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting before the game against the Baltimore Ravens at M

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Stevie Johnson: Who knows what the Bills will look like next season, but this final game was a good one for Stevie. The Bills got the W and he hauled in 6-111 with a long of 37 but no TD’s.

Tim Masthay: Masthay punted 3 times for a 42.7 yd/avg, long of 59 with 1 Inside the 20. Packers lost.

Jacob Tamme: Tamme had a negligible game, catching 1-13 and no TD but it didn’t matter as the Broncos locked up home field throughout the Playoffs.

Corey Peters: In a game that featured only one Tampa Bay turnover, Corey Peters recorded 3 Solo Tackles. Unfortunately for him, it was in a loss but this game didn’t mean much to either team.

Garry Williams: In their final game, Williams anchored a line that blocked for a 21-210 yard rusher in DeAngelo Williams. Not bad for a non-playoff team.

Wesley Woodyard: In limited action, Woodyard logged 3 Solo Tackles and Assisted on another.

Danny Trevathan: DNP

Randall Cobb: DNP

Winston Guy: DNP

Alphonso Smith: DNP

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