Six NFL Vols will be in action in the NFL Divisional Playoffs this weekend.
Here's a look at the VFLs in each of the playoff games.
Baltimore at New England, Saturday at 4:35 p.m. on NBC
This game does not include any active VFLs, but each team has an injured Vol on the roster. Linebacker Jerod Mayo has been sidelined with the Patriots since the sixth game of the season after suffering a knee injury. With the Ravens, long snapper Morgan Cox also torn his ACL this season and has been out since mid-October. The Ravens also feature former Vols tailback Tauren Poole on their practice squad.
Carolina at Seattle, Saturday at 8:15 p.m., on FOX
The defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks host the Carolina Panthers in the second game on Saturday. Defensive lineman Tony McDaniel has started 14 games this season, making 31 tackles with the Seahawks. With the Panthers, Chris Scott has played in eight games as on offensive tackle.
Dallas at Green Bay, Sunday at 1:05 p.m. on FOX
Tight end Jason Witten and the Cowboys advanced to the Divisional round with a comeback win over Detroit last week. Witten started all 16 regular-season games and had 64 catches for 703 yards with five touchdowns in 2014. Last week, he had five catches for 63 yards. With the Packers, running back Rajion Neal is on the team's practice squad and will not play in the game.
Indianapolis at Denver, Sunday at 4:40 p.m., on CBS
The Broncos open playoff action against the Colts in the final game of the weekend. Peyton Manning takes on his former club in the postseason. He is one of three former Vols stars on Denver along with defensive tackle Malik Jackson and punter Britton Colquitt. Manning has been the subject of many stories this week in facing the team he played for from 1998-2011.