A slew of former Wolverines wrapped up the 2018 NFL Regular season Sunday.
11 will be suiting up for the playoffs, which start with next weekend’s Wild Card Round. The rest are relegated to the rest and relaxation (not for too long) of the offseason.
From A to Z, here’s how Michigan’s NFL alums fared in Week 17.
Braden was promoted from the practice squad back in late November. He finished as a backup left guard and special teams contributor for the 4-12 Jets.
For the 10th straight season, the 41-year old led the Patriots to a first-round bye in the playoffs.
He completed 24-of-33 passes for 250 yards and four touchdowns in a 38-3 victory over the Jets. The rout boosted New England’s record to 11-5, edging out the Houston Texans based on a head-to-head win in Week One.
2018 was a record-setting year for Brady. He became the fourth-ever quarterback to reach 70,000 career passing yards and 500 touchdown passes.
He finished the year with 4,355 yards, 29 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. He now has 10 seasons where he cleared the 4,000-yard mark.
Butt tore his ACL in non-contact drills after Week Three, sitting the rest of the year for the 6-10 Broncos.
Before the injury, he snagged eight balls for 85 yards. It was his first production of his career, as he also sat out his rookie year due to an ACL tear on his other knee.
Charlton polished off a strong finish to the season with six tackles in a 36-35 victory over the New York Giants. It helped lift the Cowboys to 10-6, giving them home-field advantage in the Wild Card against the Seattle Seahawks.
After weeks of slowly working through a bum shoulder — and discord with the coaching staff — he has 11 tackles in the last two games. The second-year end wrapped up the season with 27 tackles, a sack and a fumble recovery.
Chesson earned his first catch of the year in a 24-0 defeat to the Philadelphia Eagles.
Activated from the practice squad in mid-October, he also notched three tackles and one rush for negative-four yards on the season.
Frank Clark, defensive end, Seattle Seahawks
He’s totaled 14 sacks on the season, good for sixth in the league. He also added 42 tackles, four forced fumbles, two recoveries and an interception this year.
Jeremy Clark, cornerback, New York Jets
Clark played in just one game for New York after making the 53-man roster on Dec. 1.
Mason Cole, center, Arizona Cardinals
A rash of other injuries up front plagued his Cardinals this season, leading to a historically bad offense. With the No. 1 pick in this April’s draft, Cole may be getting some reinforcements.
The Wolverine-turned-Auburn Tiger saw significant time in a 48-32 victory over the 49ers. He snared his first career interception alongside two tackles.
He left the game later with a concussion.
Amara Darboh, receiver, Seattle Seahawks
The second-year receiver was supposed to be a Patriot this fall, but he reverted to Seattle after failing a physical due to a broken clavicle.
He underwent season-ending surgery in early September.
After leading the team in receiving through much of the year, Funchess sustained a back injury in late November. He caught 44 passes for 549 yards and four touchdowns this season.
The former Wolverine linebacker made seven stops in a 24-10 loss to the Chicago Bears, which ended playoff hopes for 8-7-1 Minnesota.
Gedeon came on strong in the last month, making 29 of his 54 total tackles in the final four games. He also deflected two passes on the season.
Like Butt, Glasgow exited the 2018 season after Week Three with a torn ACL. Before that, he tallied 11 tackles for the 6-10 Bengals.
Graham Glasgow, center, Detroit Lions
His brother opened big lanes for the Lions in a 31-0 blanking of the Green Bay Packers.
He started every game for 6-10 Detroit, helming an offensive line that helped the Lions average over 100 yards rushing for the first time since 2013.
Brandon Graham, defensive end, Philadelphia Eagles
Last year’s Super Bowl hero slowly recovered from foot surgery this past offseason. He still fought his way to 39 stops, eight tackles for loss and four sacks.
He tacked on two additional tackles in the shutout over Washington, which clinched a Wild Card berth this weekend at Chicago.
Hall bowed out of his 12th professional season after Oakland placed him on injury reserve for a balky back.
Before that, the veteran contributed 25 tackles and three deflections for the 4-12 Raiders.
Henne dutifully backed up Patrick Mahomes all season, but finally saw the field late in a 35-3 destruction of rival Oakland.
He completed 2-of-3 throws for 29 yards, and also ran once for a gain of three. Clearly, he should start over Mahomes, who only had 50 touchdowns this year for the Chiefs.
Henne has 58 in his career, for Pete’s sake.
Chad Henne now comes in to light it up for KC, just to give hot takers on sports morning shows the chance to call Mahomes “a system quarterback” for clicks and attention.
— Rich Eisen (@richeisen) December 30, 2018
Henry notched three tackles and a sack in limited time, as the Ravens placed him on injury reserve on Oct. 23 for an undisclosed injury.
Delano Hill, safety, Seattle Seahawks
Much like Gedeon, the second-year safety saved much of his production for the last month. Hill recorded half of his 24 total tackles in the final five games on the season, helping Seattle clinch a playoff spot.
He added five stops in the win over the Cardinals.
Maurice Hurst, defensive tackle, Oakland Raiders
Hurst made his mark as a rookie, garnering four sacks amongst his 31 total tackles on the season.
He cooled off a bit as he nursed a bad ankle the last few weeks, as he was inactive against the Chiefs. Before then, he announced to the league that he’s going to be a disruptive force down the road.
The Browns promoted Kalis to the active roster in early December. He was a scratch for the 26-24 loss to the Ravens in the finale, which dropped Cleveland to 7-8-1.
Lewan and the Titans saw their playoff hopes fizzle with a 33-17 loss to the Tennessee Titans in the finale. The former first-round pick did his part, as the Colts failed to record a sack.
He has, however, made many headlines for the wrong reasons. He picked a fight with former teammate Josh Norman, now a starting corner in Washington.
Jourdan Lewis, nickel, Dallas Cowboys
Lewis saw his production dip mightily in 2018, but he had his moments. He chipped in seven tackles and a fumble recovery last week in the 27-20 victory over Tampa Bay.
He finished the year with just 12 tackles, but his late interception against New Orleans a month ago was key to clinching a playoff spot.
Erik Magnuson, offensive line, San Francisco 49ers
Magnuson is listed as a tackle on the roster, but filled several roles for San Francisco this season. He started at center and right tackle, and saw time at guard, as well.
The 49ers deactivated him prior to the loss to the Rams, which secured the No. 2 pick in the draft with a 4-12 record.
Omameh began the year as the Giants starting right guard, but was cut on Nov. 10. He found his way back to Jacksonville, where he played in 2016-17.
He started at left guard immediately, while also seeing time at right tackle. The 5-11 Jaguars limped to a 20-3 loss to Houston to close the season.
Jabrill Peppers, safety, Cleveland Browns
Pepper provided a fine final impression heading into the offseason in the loss to Baltimore. He filled the box score, totaling seven tackles with one for loss, a fumble recovery and a quarterback hit.
He also returned a kick for 29 yards. On the season, he produced 79 stops, a sack, two fumble recoveries and a pick. He excelled as a box defender, flying around for a much-improved defense.
Cleveland turned around from an 0-16 record to 7-8-1 this year.
Jake Ryan, linebacker, Green Bay Packers
Green Bay missed Ryan this year, as the former Michigan linebacker tore his ACL in during training camp.
Schofield started at guard all year for 12-4 Los Angeles, helping secure an AFC West title and a first round bye.
Dymonte Thomas, safety, Denver Broncos
The second-year safety mustered just one tackle in the season-ending 23-9 loss to the Chargers.
He saw the field extensively late in the season, finishing with 12 tackles, a sack, a fumble recovery and an interception.
Matt Wile, punter, Minnesota Vikings
Wile booted five punts for an average of 51.4 yards in the loss to the Bears. He also placed two inside the 20-yard line.
He ended up in the top half of the league in total punting yardage, average and punts inside the 20.
Jarrod Wilson, safety, Jacksonville Jaguars
Much like his fellow Michigan alumni, Wilson did most of his work in the late stages of 2018.
Against the Texans, he nabbed six tackles and a pass deflection. In the last three games, he has made 14 of his 21 tackles on the season.
Chris Wormley, defensive end, Baltimore Ravens
Wormley averaged a tackle a game this season, ending up with 16, a sack and five batted passes.
In the victory over the Browns, he notched one stop. Baltimore is set to host the Chargers next weekend in the Wild Card.