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Cats in the NFL: Week 17

Jim Biever, Packers.com

A lot of former Cats wrapped up their NFL season this weekend as the regular season came to end.  However, a few Cats will continue as their teams hope to make a run for the Super Bowl.

Jim Biever, Packers.com

Jim Biever, Packers.com

Randall Cobb, Green Bay Packers (12-4)

– After going without a touchdown since Nov. 11, Cobb scored two touchdowns in their win over the Detroit Lions to claim the NFC North division title

– Cobb had four receptions for 80 yards in the Packers 30-20 route over the Lions

Touchdown 2 and full highlights here (touchdown 1 @ 1:13 mark)

John Conner, New York Jets (4-12)

– In the Jets 37-24 win over the Dolphins, Conner had two carries for a total of three yards

– The Jets fired head coach Rex Ryan and general manger John Idzik this morning

Stevie Johnson, San Francisco 49ers (8-8)

– Johnson did not play in the 49ers season finale with a lingering knee injury

– The 49ers have decided to part ways with head coach Jim Harbaugh as he will become the new head coach at the University of Michigan

Tim Masthay, Green Bay Packers (12-4)

– Masthay punted a total of three times with his longest coming in at 47 yards; one downed inside the 20

Ricky Lumpkin, Oakland Raiders (3-13)

– Lumpkin had one tackle in the Raiders 47-17 crushing loss to the Broncos

Corey Peters, Atlanta Falcons (6-10)

– In a must win game for the Falcons to make the playoffs, Peters had three assisted tackles in the Falcons 34-3 loss to the Panthers

– The Falcons fired head coach Mike Smith this morning

Alfonso Smith, San Francisco 49ers (8-8)

– Smith had one reception for two yards and one run attempt for a loss of the yard in San Fran’s 20-17 win over the Arizona Cardinals

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Detroit Lions

Larry Warford, Detroit Lions (11-5)

– Warford left the game on Sunday in the second quarter with a knee injury and did not return in the Lions loss to the Packers

– Read more on the injury here

Avery Williamson, Tennessee Titans (2-14)

– Williamson had four combined tackles in the Titans loss to the Colts; two solo and two assists

– Williamson passed Alterraun Verner for the Tennessee Titans rookie tackle record; Williamson recorded 105 for this season

“I have a good feeling about this season,” Williamson said. “It wasn’t perfect, but as a rookie, I feel like I did pretty good. I made some huge strides, so it gives me some confidence going into the next season, and I can build off that and keep on improving.”

Donn Jones, AP

Donn Jones, AP

Wesley Woodyard, Tennessee Titans (2-14)

– Woodyard combined for five tackles in the 27-10 loss to the Indianapolis Colts; four solo and one assist

Article written by Kindsey Bernhard

Lover of dogs, sports and beer. @kindseybernhard